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The scholarship programme will fund university dues of Ugandans who are brainy but struggling financially. Madhvani Foundation will spend sh700m this year, on its scholarship programme for university students.
Continuing university students from less privileged backgrounds have been encouraged to apply for scholarships under the Madhvani Foundation Scholarship Programme.
The fourteen year old Madhvani Foundation scholarship scheme will this year cross the 7 billion shilling threshold as another 700 million shillings is committed to the 2016-17 programme.
The Madhvani has invested Shs700 million into University scholarships for the 2016/17 education year.
The Madhvani Foundation has announced scholarships for its 2016/17 program worth Ugshs 700Million. Since its re-introduction in 2003, the program has helped close to 2,000 students to get education and attain skills especially in the field of science with a total donation of Ugshs 6.3Bn.
The Madhvani Foundation has called upon its beneficiaries and the Ugandan youth to give back to the community that has supported them achieve success through Self-Mastery at the 6thMadhvani Foundation’s Annual Alumni General Meeting at Hotel Africana.
The Madhvani Foundation has called upon its beneficiaries and the Ugandan youth to give back to the community that has supported them achieve success through Self-Mastery.
The Madhvani Foundation has given out 166 scholarships worth Ush700 million to students for the Academic Year 2015-2016 with a 50million increase compared to last year.
Over 600 graduates have received mentorhip programs from Madhvani Foundation Scholarship programs over the last 5 sessions held for Scholarship beneficiaries.
Graduates and Managers have been advised of the need to embrace the habit of reading so as to broaden their knowledge base and open their imaginations to new ideas.
The Madhvani Foundation has cautioned the public against unscrupulous people purporting to help them access the foundation's scholarships
Michael Niyetegeka, a renowned life skills trainer and IT expert said that the world is full of people but devoid of innovative brains because a big number of them don’t want to think of new things but are stuck with old ideas.
Many graduates today are stuck in a job hunting cylce because they haven’t thought of innovative ideas. "When most of the youth graduate these days, they think of being employed rather than employing themselves," Micheal Niyetegeka , a renowned life skills trainer and IT expert said.
The Madhvani Foundation has released the shortlist of candidates due for interviews for the Madhvani Foundation scholarships 2015-2016.
The Madhvani Foundation Uganda’s largest private education trust has launched its 2015/16 scholarship scheme increasing the scholarship funds by Shs50m. The increment means the fund will grow to Shs700m.
Madhvani Foundation, one of Uganda’s largest private education trusts, launched its 2015/2016 scholarship scheme with increment of the scholarship funds from Ush650million to Ush700million (about $230,000).
The Madhvani Foundation has launched its 2015/2016 scholarship scheme with a major announcement that the amount they will make available for scholarships in the coming year will increase by Shs50m.
The Madhvani Foundation, Uganda’s largest Private education trust, has launched its 2015/2016 scholarship scheme with a major announcement that the amount they will make available for scholarships in the coming year will increase by Shs50m.