Muhabura Integrated Polytechnic College students learn from technology services at Inoventyk

By IGIHE
On 30 October 2019 at 11:15

23 students from Muhabura Integrated Polytechnic College based in Musanze have visited Inoventyk, a tec service delivery company to learn from its functionality aligning with the world’s digital migration.

The study trip was aimed at learning and exploring opportunities, deeper insights into the development and role of technology in daily lives.

The students from Software Development at Muhabura Integrated Polytechnic College expressed gratitude for acquired knowledge giving them more courage to concentrate on their lessons.

Inoventyk was selected for expertise in technology services delivery being the force behind the design of websites for majority strong institutions in Rwanda.

Ukobizaba Baptiste who represented the students said: “It was a great pleasure because students were thirsty to explore how theoretical studies can be put into practice and learn from Inoventyk’s employees’ expertise. They have learned a lot from the interactive sessions with them.”

“The institution has up to date equipment and performing well. It encouraged our students to be dedicated on their choices, give it a priority and much time,” added Ukobizaba.

Having started at the beginning of 2019, Inoventyk is located in Kigali city at Ndamage building.

Offered services range from website design, hosting and maintenance among others.

The CEO of Inoventyk, Paterne Nsengiyumva has told IGIHE that the session was meant to share expertise with students and tip them on areas of priority.

“The study trip was meant to equip students with hands-on skills in technology-related courses mainly website design, software development and making reports among others,” he said.

“We usually offer training and offer internship opportunities to students and different schools. These students visited us to be updated on required digital skills and competences at the labor market ahead of starting internship next year,” added Nsengiyumva.

One of these students for study tour at Inoventyk who already made a website was promised support to improve it for effective communication to the right audience.

Inoventyk seeks to create innovative digital solutions and helping Rwandans to tap into technology advantages aligning with the country’s vision to promote knowledge based economy.

Allan Mwesigwa, sharing with the students his work journey at Inoventyk
Alain Kalima, one of Inoventyk's Graphic Designers, sharing hands on skills in technology related theirs courses
Inoventyk was selected for expertise in technology services delivery being the force behind the design of websites for majority strong institutions in Rwanda.
The CEO of Inoventyk, Paterne Nsengiyumva has told IGIHE that the session was meant to share expertise with students and tip them on areas of priority.

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