The Applied ICT & Leadership program is a collaborative effort in its structure and execution. We partner with organizations, and all entities which are passionate about bridging the gap between Academia and industry. Entities whose sole desire is to skill the youth today for better product and service delivery tomorrow, through practical educational practices.
Here are some of our amazing partners;
CM2000’s patented, award winning solutions allow healthcare professionals to manage the complete commissioning cycle delivering quality assured services whilst saving time and money. Our software supports; assessment, visit scheduling and verification, outcomes measurement, safeguarding, invoice and payroll management and business intelligence reporting. CM2000 is a part of the HAS Technology Group.
CM2000 has supported all enrolled students financially with partial scholarships and continues to enable future students who have financial difficulty take part in this program.
Microsoft Apps Factory is a product of Microsoft 4Afrika Initiative which allows Africans access to a whole host of Microsoft tools to be able to build products and services effortlessly. The 4Afrika Initiative focuses on three critical areas of development for the continent – World-class skills, Access and Innovation.
Each of these focuses on different aspects that will help empower African youth, entrepreneurs, developers and business and civic leaders to turn great ideas into a reality that can help their community, their country, the continent, and beyond.
Microsoft Apps Factory provides financial support to the program as well as technical resources such as Microsoft development platforms, technical studies and certifications.
Youth With A Mission is a global movement of Christians from many cultures, age groups, and Christian traditions, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world. Also known as YWAM (pronounced “WHY-wham”), we unite in a common purpose to know God and to make Him known.
YWAM supports the program with invaluable teaching resources and highly qualified industry experts who facilitate learning.
While Clarke International University (Formerly International Health Sciences University) was created out of the need for more professionalism in health care, we have observed other needs in Uganda that drive our growth strategy. Uganda has a very high Total Entrepreneurial Activity Rate of 35.5%, which indicates the percentage of its growing population that have started a business venture of some kind. The Entrepreneurial Intentions rate of 60% demonstrates an even larger appetite for entrepreneurship in the population if given the tools to do so (GEM, 2017).
Whether this is driven by opportunity or necessity, it is clear from this that there is a great appetite for entrepreneurship. However many of these businesses fail or stagnate at a low level of revenue generation. There is a lack of appropriate business skills, and as employers we notice that existing business courses are not preparing individuals for the workplace. These observations have led us to diversify our course offerings. We are offering courses in Business administration, Practical application of ICTs and Teacher training under the new School of Business and Applied Technology (SoBAT).