– Sharon Mbabazi will be joining Victoria University in Uganda during the March 2020 intake
– She will be pursuing a masters degree in Public Administration and Management
-The university offered her a partial scholarship while the Vice-chancellor offered to also chip in in the remaining tuition fee
– Mbabazi recently graduated from Muteesa 1 Royal University with a degree in Journalism
Sharon Mbabazi’s educational journey seems to be getting better every day for she is now set to pursue her masters in one of the prestigious university in Uganda.
Mbabazi who graduated recently from Muteesa 1 Royal University will be joining Victoria University through a scholarship.
According to a post shared on her Facebook page, the beauty queen has been offered a partial scholarship to pursue a masters degree in Public Administration and Management.
The Ugandan beauty queen shared images of herself while she visited the institution to receive her offer.
In a post shared by the university on their Facebook, the scholarship was offered by Associate Prof. Krishna N. Sharma the Vice-Chancellor.
“Associate Prof. Krishna N. Sharma the Vice-Chancellor of Victoria University has offered Sharon Mbabazi the well known brick maker a partial scholarship on tuition in a Masters in Public Administration,” read the post.
According to the notice, the brickmaker will be joining the institution in 2020 during the university’s March intake.
The professor also vowed to support Mbambazi by contributing to her remaining fee.
“The Vice Chancellor-Assoc.Prof.Krishna N. Sharma has also vowed to make a personal partial contribute to her remaining tuition fees,” read the post.
Earlier on TUKO.co.ke highlighted on the plight of Mbabazi who worked in constructions in search of money to pursue her education.
Mbabazi lost her mum at the tender age of five and from then on, she learnt to grow a thick skin, fend for her self and pursue her dream.
An excited Mbabazi took to Facebook and shared a couple of photos taken during her graduation which took place on December 14.
She thanked God for her achievement and everyone who took part in mentoring her to achieve her dream of being a journalist.
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