“International qualification is highly regarded by Ugandan employers so I'm optimistic about my employment prospects”
Lorna Awania came to study at the ICEF Master's programme in 2018 from Uganda. She is currently preparing her master thesis, which should influence Ugandan financial policy. In an interview, she told how she got used to Moscow cold, why there are few educated women in Uganda, but delicious matooke bananas, why ICEF master's programme is one of the best in the world and how to survive in an unfamiliar country.
The August of 2020 will see ICEF delivering an additional course in Financial Economics. Successful participants will be entitled to scholarships for ICEF Master of Financial Economics Programme. Here’s what the course is about and how to enroll.