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Madhvani Foundation has launched its annual scholarship scheme for 2015/2016, with calls to retain Uganda’s trained work force in the country.
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 increased by Shillings 50 million brining this year’s total up to Shillings 700 Million.
The Madhvani Foundation, Uganda’s largest Private education trust, has launched its 2015/2016 scholarship scheme.
Uganda’s largest private education foundation has for the current year increased their funding to 700 million Uganda Shillings, benefitting academically excellent but financially challenged students.
Uganda’s largest private education foundation has for the current year increased their funding to 700 million Uganda shillings, benefitting academically excellent but financially-challenged students.
As a way of increasing the number of scholarships, beneficiaries of the Madhvani Foundation scholarship programme have been advised to give back to the scheme.
Uganda’s best endowed and most coveted source of scholarships, the Madhvani Foundation, just held the 5th annual general meeting of the Alumni Association earlier this week.
Madhvani Foundation’s Alumni Association, a liberal association formed by former beneficiaries, held their 5th annual General meeting at Hotel Africana recently to discuss milestones the association has achieved, to welcome new alumni (Fresh graduates) to the flock and most importantly to instill the seed of giving back and helping those that are less fortunate in the pursuit of their educational struggles under the theme “Giving back in the face of challenge”.
How do you give back to someone who has paid your fees at University and helped you attain that degree? That is the question over 100 graduates who benefitted from the Madhvani Scholarship Programme toyed with at their annual dinner last week.
A selection process spanning over 3 months and dealing with thousands of applications by Ugandan students earlier in the week concluded as the work of the scholarship selection committee of the Madhvani Foundation came to a close this year.
As part of its initiative and dedication to promote scientific and technical education among the people of Uganda, Muljibhai Madhvani Foundation has offered over 150 scholarships worth Shs650m to both graduate and under graduate students in various scientific disciplines.
After a successful launch of this year’s scholarships programme worth 650 million Uganda shillings, and receiving over 1,000 applications the MadhvaniFoundation scholarship committee has released the list of candidates shortlisted for final interviews.
The Madhvani Foundation Board member, Dr Jack Luyombya, castigated early this week beneficiaries of the scholarship scheme who after being helped in time of need, vanish and don’t value the alumni association
The Muljibhai Madhvani Foundation, formed by the Madhvani family in Uganda ahead of the country gaining independence in 1962 to honor the founder of their dynasty, has, over the decades, been a beacon of hope for thousands of Ugandan students, who while bright enough, could not have embarked on their studies and launched their careers without financial support towards tuition fees.
he Muljibhai Madhvani Foundation, formed by the Madhvani family in Uganda ahead of the country gaining independence in 1962 to honor the founder of their dynasty, has, over the decades, been a beacon of hope for thousands of Ugandan students, who while bright enough, could not have embarked on their studies and launched their careers without financial support towards tuition fees.
As part of their annual scholarships scheme, the Madhvani Foundation has launched this year’s programme that will see at least 150 students supported for university education