European Union🇪🇺 ended a two-day informative session at Njala University Bo Campus on the European Union-funded Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Programme.
Credit: Public Relations Unit, Njala University
The session which started at Njala Campus on Wednesday, 30th November 2022, continued at Bo Campus on Thursday, 1st December 2022.
The programme offers scholarships to undergraduate students across the world to study in Higher Education Institutions in Europe.
The session was aimed at building awareness among students about the scholarship and increasing the number of Sierra Leoneans applying and being selected under the programme.
The EU delegation had a warm welcome from the Vice-Chancellor and Principal of Njala University, Professor Bashiru Mohamed Koroma where he thanked them for their many support to Njala University and highlighted other entry points for EU's intervention.
Students had the opportunity to interact with the EU Team and asked pertinent questions about the programme.
To know more about the scholarship, click here
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