Tangaza University has launched a Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Innovation challenge that will see the top three participants walk away with scholarships.
According to the information on the University website, the innovation challenge targets university graduates who are either thinking of starting a business or who already have a running start-up, micro, small or medium business and would like to gain skills that will take their business to a whole new level of scale and impact.
Interested entrepreneurs are required to apply for the innovation challenge by filling out THIS Google form. Application deadline is on 27th June 2018.
The winning entrepreneur stands to walk away with 50% scholarship for the MBA in Global Business and Sustainability – Social Entrepreneurship while the 1st and 2nd runners-up will walk away with 30% and 20% scholarship for the same program respectively.
Additionally, top 10 finalists in the innovation challenge that will start at 9:00am to 1:00pm will get 3 months accelerated program as a bonus.
Among the judges of the challenge is Mrs. Kathleen Lihanda, the founder of My Career Identity and a beneficiary of a previous program organized by Tangaza University in partnership with Catholic University of Milan.