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USIU collaborates with Microsoft for Africa to launch the first IT App factory

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The United States international university in collaboration with Microsoft’s 4afrika initiative, has today launched Kenya’s first app factory at the incubation and innovation center (i2c) in Nairobi. The i2c app factory shall address the competency gap between ICT graduates and employment, by equipping students with high level skills in designing, developing, implementing and managing modern software solutions. The initiative will provide an experiential way of learning, encouraging students to develop new skills, attitudes and ways of thinking. In addition, it will provide access to first grade jobs through the Microsoft partner network, increasing the employ ability of USIU Africa students and unemployed graduates from other universities who participate in the program.

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