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According to a survey carried out by the organization among University graduates in Uganda, MTN was more visible to students and graduates while still at school hence voting the company as the best.
Bank of Uganda emerged second while tax collectors Uganda Revenue Authority came third in the survey.
The findings of the survey recommended that companies increase their activities around universities adding that most students would look into their networks to search for jobs.
Speaking about the accolade, MTN Uganda’s General Manager-Human Resources, Michael Sekadde, the company is proud that students have a high opinion in them.
He added that giving MTN the opportunity to be rated is an honor that would be willing to maintain.
“MTN Uganda’s success is underpinned by the high caliber Human Resources we employ. It is satisfying to know that we have maintained our attractiveness as an employer to the youthful talent that is released by the universities every year,” Sekadde noted.
This is the third time MTN Uganda is receiving the graduate Awards, having scooped the same in 2011 for Best practices around learning and External trainings, as well as in 2012.