As a way of giving back to the people, Victoria University will offer bursaries (with a 60% tuition deduction) to students who will be assessed, a week to the this year’s Seventh (7th) Edition of the Federation of Motorsport Rally Championship, dubbed ‘Sexy Speed Rally’.
Similarly, whoever also registers with Premier Recruitment to travel and work abroad, from November 21st to 26th, will be helped to secure a passport at no cost.
Victoria University is the country’s fastest-growing and innovative university, benchmarked on international standards, with global solutions, together with Premier Recruitment Ltd, a labour export company are leading sponsor of the Sexy Speed Rally which is scheduled to take on 26th and 27 November in Jinja City.
Other sponsors are Movit Products, Lato Milk, Marine Time Company Limited, Fire and Safety Appliances Limited, Tip Top Bread, Vitafoam Mattresses and Source of the Nile Hotel.
Rajiv Ruparelia, one of the Directors of the Ruparelia Group that owns Victoria University and Premier Recruitment confirmed the offer of scholarships and free passports to people.
"Whenever we support someone we know we have supported hundreds of other people, who will go through his or her hands. Don’t miss this opportunity to benefit from these offers.” Victoria University is already in Jinja registering everyone interested in joining us for the Feb-Mar 2022 intake.
Motorsport Africa Club (Mosac) is the organizer of the Sexy Speedy Rally in Jinja; they revealed that a corporate social responsibility aspect has been incorporated into the two day rally. Mosac in conjunction with the ministry of health will conduct a COVID19 vaccination exercise will be conducted.
The Rally and all its related pre-event activities are also being held, under strict adherence to the Standard Operating Procedures, as set by the Ministry of Health.
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