CIO East Africa (Nairobi)

17 August 2014

Uganda's Graduate Students Benefit From Huawei's 3-Month ICT Training

Huawei has completed a three-month graduate and internship training to 31 students from various learning institutions of Uganda.

The activity began in June and climaxed this week with students presenting research findings for a survey known as 'Telecom in my eye'. The survey regarding telecom service requirements in Uganda has been part and parcel of the students training.

Radoslaw Kedzia, MD, Huawei Uganda congratulated the students upon a successful completion of the training.

"Huawei signed a memorandum of understanding with Makerere University in 2012 to partner and collaborate in the areas of specialized ICT training, sponsorships and skills development. This justifies the reason we are gathered here today," added Kedzia.

"I commend Huawei Technologies Uganda for extending special ICT training and hands-on experience to the Students in various ICT disciplines', said Balyomu Grace, head of innovation and internship, Makerere University College of computing and information science.

The 31 students received hands-on training in various areas including application and software, transmission, datacom, core network, wireless, radio frequency, device business and Public Relations.

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