Deciding to pursue a university degree is a big step that can change your life. Not only will you earn an academic qualification to help you find a job, or advance in your career, you will also acquire a competitive advantage which can help you stand out to employers and succeed professionally.
A new recognition of multi-campus Unicaf University came with the announcement that the University has been accepted as a member of SARUA, the Southern African Regional Universities Association. Unicaf University joins other top ranking universities, who appear on the list of SARUA members, (http://www.sarua.org/?q=members), like the University of Cape Town.
The UNICAF Corporate Scholarship Scheme to Benefit Employees of the Next Media Corporation in Uganda
A ground-breaking agreement of co-operation was signed in Kampala, between UNICAF and Next Media, (the umbrella group for NBS TV, Nile Post, Salam TV, Sanyuka TV and a host of other companies in Uganda). The co-operation between the two organisations falls under the innovative UNICAF Corporate Scholarship Scheme, and will enable employees of Next Media to increase their professional knowledge and skills at a fraction of the original cost, thanks to guaranteed 85% UNICAF scholarships plus 15% sponsorship offered by their employer. Under the agreement, eligible Next Media employees can study online toward Master’s degree programmes offered by the University of South Wales in the UK, or multi-campus Unicaf University in Africa, or even conduct scientific research leading to a Doctorate degree qualification with Unicaf University.
UNICAF arranges regular social events to encourage students to meet up, exchange experiences about their studies, connect and network. Our students value these events, which combine entertainment and relaxation with the opportunity to interact with fellow students and UNICAF staff.