The Iceland based Reykjavik University is sending a team of experts to Uganda to draw up a training programme for members of small and medium enterprises (SMEâ€™s).
Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) executive director Dr. Maggie Kigozi (right) said the university is planning to offer apprenticeship in Iceland to the Ugandan business community.
She said in a recent mission to Sweden, Norway and Iceland, they met the deputy director of the university.
They will meet Makerere University Business School, Uganda Management Institute, Uganda Manufacturers Association, Management Training and Advisory Centre, private Sector Foundation and UIA.
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