Limko caps 455 graduates

Limkokwing graduates
Limkokwing graduates

Limkokwing University of Creative Technology Botswana will release 455 future ready professionals to indulge Botswana’s community with the creative, innovative and best techno-savvy solutions towards industry needs, says the university’s director of corporate and media relations, Mercy Thebe.

Speaking at the university’s 2018 graduation media briefing in Gaborone on Monday, Thebe said the ceremony that was held Thursday will be celebrated under the theme, ‘Changing The World’. She said the graduates enhanced their talents, sharpened their skills and broadened their minds within specialised and globalised ecosystem. 

“The words ‘changing the world’ are meant to inspire as well as define the caliber and mindset of our graduating class which is highly skilled, highly adaptive competitive and highly enterprising tech savvy creative thinkers. Limkokwing is pushing the educational transformation envelope and is leading the way as the innovation and creativity hub of Africa, and this is evident through this most globalised cohort of young professionals which is not only from Botswana but also includes 12 students from Congo, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe,” she said.

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