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[vc_row][vc_column][dt_quote]“If Africa is to maintain its lead, it is imperative that higher education becomes a more affordable option enabling the continent to create a strong, well-qualified workforce to meet the needs of its growing economy.” With plans to enrol 60,000 students by the year 2020, UNICAF has awarded more than $35m worth of scholarships and cut the cost of attending university for thousands of sub-Saharan transnational students by up to 80%, making higher education, something that has been out of reach for the vast majority of the population, a viable and very real option. Read more at: Vanguard News[/dt_quote][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][dt_button…


[vc_row][vc_column][dt_quote]The demand of studying at a post-secondary level in many African countries is heavily outnumbering the available space. It was revealed that in Nigeria alone over one million qualified students could not secure a place at university last year and with 50% of Africans under the age of 19, demographics show that demand will continue to grow. “We are not going to discover something new that is going to revolutionise higher education” This topic was discussed at the “Making Tertiary International Education Accessible to Africa” conference last week in London, hosted by UNICAF, a distance-learning scholarship…


[vc_row][vc_column][dt_quote]In the UK, the recent vote to leave the EU has seen an almost-instant drop in applications from EU students, leading to an opportunity that will not only help Africa, but will also maintain the status of UK universities on the international educational market. One such company that is trying to step into this breech is UNICAF, an interesting company dedicated to educate Africa in HE qualifications. Founded in 2012, it partners with Western universities to offer locally accredited degrees to African students who want to study online while continuing to work.[/dt_quote][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][dt_button link=”http://www.forbes.com/sites/montymunford/2016/11/25/unicaf-brings-western-university-degrees-to-africans-for-20-of-price/#169a7b3f6518″ target_blank=”true” size=”medium”]Read the Full…


Even though the majority of young people in Uganda are not yet familiar with online higher education, this type of learning may be just what they need. UNICAF, a global educational organisation, offers students in various parts of the world the opportunity to study online for internationally recognised degree programmes, at their own pace, and with minimum disruption to their professional and family life. People seeking higher education no longer need to relocate to another city, another country or another continent; nor do they have to carry the considerable financial burden, usually imposed on students by institutions of higher education…