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Our Mission Statement
We pride ourselves on Innovation at its best.
Oversea Study Concept (OSC) takes Resources/Trainers from the UK and other parts of the developed world to train Governments and the Business workforce in African countries in programmes that address poverty allevation. These programmes including Strategic Consulting, Entrepreneurship/ Business Start-ups, Customer Services, International Business, Leadership , Project Management, Banking and Finance are some of the areas of our speciality. These programmes are designed towards helping people to become more employable.
OSC works tirelessly to improve the Education Sector in Africa by continually reviewing and facilitating with Partner Universities and International Institutions to provide individually designed programmes such as Teachers Training Courses and Early Childhood and Primary Years Education.
Oversea Study Concept (OSC) was established in 1998. Over the years OSC has assisted over 10,000 students from Africa, achieve their educational goals. Our Focus at this time is helping Governments and Businesses in Africa become GDPR compliant, following the European Union (EU) data protection regulations which came into effect 25 May 2018. We pride ourselves as having the best assembled experts the world over.
From right to left: Dr Fred Emojevbe with Hon. Frank Tumwebaze, Minister of Information & Communication Technology- Uganda and Professor G Mondo Kagonyera after one of several meetings held in Kampala on the partway of Data Privacy for the Republic of Uganda.
Photograph 1: Left to Right. Professor Mondo Kagonyera (Chairman Oversea Study Concept Uganda Limited) first from left. Hon Vincent Waiswa Begiire (Permanent Secretary Ministry of ICT & National Guidance) in the middle and Dr Fred Emojevbe on the right (Founder of OSConcept Ltd)
Mr Arnold R. Mangeni (Director of Informations Security – NITA- UGANDA) is standing between Prof Mondo Kagonyera and Dr Fred O Emojevbe with NITA Uganda staff introducing the impact of EU GDPR 2018 on African Nations.
Above photograph is Dr Fred Emojevbe, Dr Stephine Perrine who flew into London from Canada, Dr Kim von Arx and Madhu Changanti on a catch up dinner in London to mark our 2 years of great partnership and cooperation, just before the Covid-19 pandemic worldwide lockdown.
As coronavirus was beginning to make the rounds in the news, we started thinking and planning ahead of global current unprecedented time.
We would like to extend awareness of our GDPR programme since they are well received. As a bespoke, we have decided to list them all online.
Post Covid-19 Pandemic – New ways of working. Introducing Software.
Oversea Study Concept is posed on redefining business operators with our GDPR Content. One in three consumers say they want to use live video chat to speak with a tutor remotely whether that is through language learning apps or learning management system GDPR. Oversea Study Concept in collaboration with D8amatiks is taking advantage of this new-norms post Covid-19 pandemic with our software:
- Engaging teaching and learning experience
- Increases accessibility and reach
- Affordable and cost effective learning
- Improve learning outcomes
When it comes to learning or communication you have to rely on a few communication vendors. That is why our partnership with www.d8amatiks.com have developed a customised GDPR software to serve African nations far beyond Covid-19 pandemic which is future proof with a clear product roadmap. We act as incubator for the adoption of new ideas. To accomplish this OSC can help with all data protection legal regimes customised to meet Africa nations various Data Privacy Laws and Regulations including, GDPR, PIPEDA, DPA, CCPA, Convention 108, Adequacy Rulings etc.
What you earn, depends on what you learn. Your degree eventually decides your earnings. But students do not consider that when going to university. They choose a subject they like …