The institution accredited with Talent Based Learning is now admitting students from far as Southern Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. The aim is assessing and admitting students to learn an education system based on their talent and work experience.
Speaking during the recent Gates Education Group graduation, Dr. Rebecca Garang, the wife of the late South Sudan leader John Garang thanked the institution for coming forward to give what other institutions have failed to put into consideration.
“I want to thank Gates Education Group for its commitment in nurturing talents. We need you now to come to Southern Sudan. The people of Southern Sudan want education. Please reach them and help them realize their potential.” She said.
It doesn’t end at admitting students and enrolling them but the institution has partnered with international universities which offers chances for Gates Education Group students to pursue further education to PHD level. Lucky students also get a chance to study under scholarship programmes.
With Gates Education Group courses, Life and work experience or natural intelligence allows you to join for a degree progamme which is tailored and flexible to enable one finish faster with credit transfers to a university of your choice guaranteed.