Want to study Abroad? Don’t miss training at the US Embassy

  The US Embassy in Kampala is organizing weekly trainings to help you apply to universities, scholarships and pass different entry tests. Next training is on Friday October 13th 2017 in the IRC [at the Embassy] at 10am. Focus is on the Math section of the GRE/SAT [A basic lesson on Algebra and Arithmetic] To […]

What to look out for at the WhatNext Event Sept 2, 2017

WhatNext is the youth career shaping and Life planning event happening on Saturday 2nd September 2017 at Nakawa MUBS from 8am. It’s been organized by LinkmeUg, Daraja Plus Ltd in partnership with NBS. Look out for: Career shaping with; Charles Ocici on What youth should be studying today to escape the high unemployment. Ronnie Hakiza […]

Passionate about fashion? Dove arts and Design will give you the skills.

Are you in business, management, tourism, social work, a student, jobless youth or in any other profession? Would you love to acquire practical entrepreneurship skills in jewelry design, fashion or interior design? LinkmeUg brings you Dove arts and Design, a center to help you start a business. Many of us have talents and passions lying […]

Need direction in life? Write a personal mission statement.

  Have you set goals and even started on projects only to reach half way and realize you should never have started them in the first place? What about the times you ignore an idea and later realize it is what you need to be doing? This is where a personal mission statement helps. LinkmeUg […]

Can your Social Media Profile get you a job?

  Finding a job in Uganda can turn out to be a nightmare if you are not doing it right; as such you need to sell yourself in every way possible. LinkmeUg caught up with Nicola Smith – Country Program Director Challenges World Wide – on how to take advantage of social media to reach […]

How I got a job with the Emirates

  Thousands of Ugandan youth are job hunting but the idea of applying for an Airline job does not easily come to us. LinkmeUg spoke to Faith Irene Ikiring, an airport Customer Service Agent with the Emirates about her job. First we asked how she ended up with the Emirates. Faith: I was a sales […]

Why internships don’t turn into jobs

  It’s that time of the year again when thousands of students from institutes of higher learning go for internship. If you got yourself into a company with vacant positions, you need to prove that you can fill those positions. LinkmeUg caught up with Ms. Priscilla Nyachwo, a Human Resource Officer with Brac Uganda on […]

Education should empower youth to change Africa – Marcel Koomson

  Marcel Koomson is a Project Coordinator with Challenges Worldwide – an organization that works with volunteers to improve Small and Medium sized businesses in Uganda and Africa. LinkmeUg engaged him on how Africa’s youth can change Africa. Marcel: No one but the Africans is going to help Africa change. Young people must have that […]

Kingdom TV’s Nakalema on UMCAT Media School

Nakalema Grace also known as Nakline Grace is a Radio & Television Presenter, News anchor, & Reporter and the CEO of Life Touch Foundation Uganda. Grace is a former student of UMCAT school of Journalism and she shared her experience with LinkmeUg’s Johnson Thembo. Grace: In 2014, when I was looking through a number of journalism schools […]