Victoria University Kampala has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Wizarts Media to enable the University’s journalism students to benefit from constant industry engagement through apportioned working hours at the broadcast production house.
Victoria University students pursuing a Bachelor, Diploma and Short Courses of Journalism and Media Studies will also benefit from Wizarts Media experience to build their skills and create industry networks from which they will build a career in journalism.
Wizarts Media is a 360 media warehouse where our students will obtain total media experience throughout their academic life at the University, said Pamella Magino, Victoria University's Marketing & Recruitment Specialist.
Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, Fred Kasirye, said Wizarts Media will offer internship placements and skills trainings to students. “I can say our degree in Journalism and Media Studies is on the road for value addition. Students will work two days of every week starting next semester while they also study. This is a good selling point,” Kasirye said.
Joseph Nyakana, Victoria University’s registrar in his opening remarks said that with this agreement and collaboration, students will be able to relate to the real world. “Students will be able to build their research and knowledge skills,” he said.
The MoU signing ceremony was witnessed by Marlie Keishamaza, a student of Bachelors in Journalism, Imam Shaffi, a Marketing Consultant, Fred Kasirye, the Dean of Humanities, and Dr. Krishna N. Sharma, the Vice Chancellor.
Wizarts Media was represented by Sam Bunya the Operations Officer and Tisha Mperize - Sales and Marketing representing the CEO of Wizarts media. Sam Bunya said the partnership is a wonderful opportunity to impact the people of media.
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