Samsung Electronics Pioneers Future Tech Education With Innovation Campus

by Business Watch Team

In a move to empower Kenyan youth with future tech skills, Samsung Electronics East Africa, in partnership with Eastlands College of Technology has kicked off an inaugural intake for the Samsung Innovation Campus training at the institute. The initiative will equip young Kenyans aged 18-25 with cutting-edge skills in Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, and Coding and Programming.

The students will embark on an 18-month program following the Dual Training System. It is designed to not only provide technical skills but also enhance their soft skills, thereby boosting their employability. The program promises to bridge the gap between education and the demands of the job market by offering job placements in relevant organizations upon completion. Moreover, with touch-ups on entrepreneurship in the program, the students will be empowered to initiate startups with the idea of being self-employed.

“The Samsung Innovation Campus is more than just a training facility; it’s a beacon of hope for the youth of Kenya,” said¬†Nyawira Muraguri, Corporate Marketing Manager, Samsung Electronics East Africa.

“We are committed to nurturing the next generation of tech leaders and innovators who will drive the digital transformation of Kenya and beyond.” She explained.

The program is structured into three levels, each spanning six months, focusing on hands-on, practical learning experiences. Students will delve into the intricacies of data science tools, engage with machine learning applications, and undertake projects that mirror real-world challenges.

To qualify for the program, applicants must have completed high school, be computer literate, and pass the Eastlands College of Technology Entrance Test. The fee structure is set at Ksh 32,600 per level, exclusive of exam fees, ensuring that the program remains affordable while maintaining the highest standards of education.

The course will be examined by Eastlands College of Technology, Samsung, and a National Examining Body, renowned institutions that guarantee the credibility and recognition of the certification awarded.

“This is a game-changer for our youth,” remarked Austine Omeno, Principal of Eastlands College of Technology. “The Samsung Innovation Campus aligns perfectly with our mission to provide quality education and practical skills that meet the needs of our dynamic world.” He added.

With the launch of the Samsung Innovation Campus, Samsung Electronics East Africa reaffirms its dedication to fostering a skilled workforce that will contribute to Kenya’s growing position as a hub of innovation in the region.

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