Lilongwe-based Daeyang University has sent six of its Information Communication Technology (ICT) students to Handong Global University in South Korea.
The University’s Vice Chancellor, Douglas Lungu, said the college partnered with the Korean university in order to equip the students with broader knowledge on ICT.
Lungu said Daeyang has agreed a long term partnership with the Korean university for a student exchange programme.
“The partnership is aimed at strengthening and broadening knowledge among our third year students. The students will be in South Korea for four months. This is very vital because the students will be well equipped to contribute to the development of this country,” he said.
One of the awardees, Elizabeth Chikapa, commended Daeyang for the opportunity.
“I will represent my country well and I am sure we will learn a lot from South Korea which is technologically advanced. I am urging fellow ladies to do ICT courses, they are not only meant for men,” she said.
Daeyang University is a Christian college founded by the Miracle for Africa Foundation.
The University currently offers three programmes including Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Science in Information and Communication.
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