Trend forecasters, business analysts, economists and academics are trying to paint the day after the pandemic. They are trying to answer how national economies will adapt, how the way we work will change, what skills and qualifications will be required in the global workplace of the future. In other words, they are trying to…
At an awards ceremony organised by the Unicaf University Project in Uganda, on Tuesday, July 14th 2020 at its facilities in Kampala the winners of the first essay competition received their prizes. The event was attended by representatives of the media, who interviewed the winners about the ideas presented in their essays and the importance of online learning.
Unicaf Nigeria wishes to thank the over five hundred Bachelor degree holders, who took part in the essay competition ‘Is online learning the future of education?’ to win scholarships and cash.
Africa has one of the youngest populations in the world. The median age of citizens in African countries is less than 20. At the same time, multinational corporations flock to Africa for two reasons: a) to claim a part of its enormous consumer market and b) to hire youthful and low-cost personnel. As a result, we have seen a sharp increase in the demand for well-qualified graduates. Millions of young people apply to study with African universities. They are looking for higher education that is affordable, easily accessible and credible.