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UTAMU Skilling Students to Work on Software Projects

UTAMU is skilling first year undergraduate computing students to be exceptional software developers.

UTAMU first year computing students in the community engagement training.

“We are exposing the students to complex computing projects so that they can come up with software solutions,” says Albert Emuwron, the instructor of the community engagement training.

The community engagement training which started beginning of May will run for three months until end of July 2018. 

He further explains that by the end of the training in July, these students will have developed solutions to society problems that were assigned to each one of them.

“We identified clients who brought in case scenarios that need software solutions. Then we split the students in teams and gave each team a problem to solve. At the end of this training, we expect them to have generated a solution and will present their product to their respective clients and university management,” says Emurwon.

This is part of the initiative of equipping UTAMU students with innovative skills that will make them marketable in the employment world.

The community engagement training is being attended by first year computing students is to help them attain professional experience before joining the job market.

Every year, UTAMU gets students placement in various community projects and organizations where they train. The UTAMU mode of teaching requires students to spend four months every year working on community projects and in organizations.

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