Victoria University has today launched a partnership with MTN Uganda which will see 10 scholarships awarded to teens across the country.
Through this partnership, MTN Pulse and VU will provide 5 full and 5 partial scholarships to Pulsers to commence studies in the University’s March intake.
Victoria University will have 2 intakes with one starting in March and another in September.
The partnership between the two seeks to enable teens attain further education for a prosperous future.
Dr Lawrence Muganga the Vice Chancellor Victoria University says the university is unique with outstanding skills that help its students create knowledge through experiential learning.
“When you go to Victoria University, you are assured that you will graduate with 2-3 years’ experience and you also have an opportunity to be accorded a job placement through theri partner organizations within and out of the country.
Muganga says: We are the only university in East Africa that is implementing an experiential learning model through our work integrated learning program; the priority of this program is to make sure that every student of the university is placed in a real job to gain real experience needed in the labor market.
So when you come to Victoria University we will teach you experience,” he said.