The development follows a meeting between Speaker and Chairman of the South Korea-based Sun Moon University, Mr Hwang Sun-Jo.
According to statement released by Parliament on Wednesday, following the meeting, Mr Sun-Jo accepted an invitation from Kadaga to visit Uganda in March, to finalise details of the scholarship program ahead of its commencement in the academic year 2019/2020.
“It will be great to extend this opportunity to our children, so that we use your knowledge to claim our place in the information age,” said Kadaga.
Located in Asan-si, Chungcheognam in central Korea, the 1985 founded university boasts of state-of-the-art facilities with over 15 faculties.
Held under the theme ‘peace, security and human development’, the conference was attended by leaders across the globe.