In a bid to implement the idea of cross-border business and knowledge exchange for Skills Development ,the Administration of the University of Lay Adventists of Kigali welcomed the Liberian Deputy Minister of Sports and Development with his team of the Director of Youth connect and Liberian students studying at UNILAK.
In their talks, both senior officers agreed to open a partnership program where Students from Liberia can benefit by attending their undergraduate and post graduate programs and research at UNILAK and basing on the scope and size of beneficiaries, subsidies or scholarships could be awarded.
The Vice Chancellor of UNILAK narrated the programs and advantages of studying in Rwanda and particularly at UNILAK.
“We offer knowledge in relevant fields that solves the global problems like Environmental Protection and Disaster preparedness, Information Technology Science and other programs which Best Lawyers, Bankers and Business specialists are fully equipped to stand on the world competitive market.
The Deputy Minister of Youth and Development of the Republic of Liberia emphasized how important the Youth connect Africa has linked Institutions and opened chances for African youth.
“I wish that Liberian and Rwandan citizens who share a lot in their past history should also join efforts in empowering their youth who are a big part of their population. Our Governments are committed to support them through empowering the Education and Information Technology that drive the world of today;” said Mr Isaac N Doe, the Liberian Deputy Minister of Youth and Development.
The two officials concluded to sign a Memorandum of Understanding in the nearest future that will enable Liberian Students enroll at the University of Lay Adventists of Kigali.