Over the years NASE has also forged collaborative relationships with a number of HEIs around co-curricular entrepreneurship education. One such program is “THE LINK” a co-curricular enterprise education programme where students, committed to making a sustainable difference to society or the economy are encouraged, or organised to form groups to tackle complex challenges posed by private, public, and non-profit, organisations. Akin to placements, this Intrapreneurial Knowledge Exchange Enterprise Pathway is anchored in the principle of Knowledge Transfer, through the part-time embedment of students to external entities, but working on a project basis, and with the support of an academic. This approach provides partner businesses with fresh perspectives and skills, by matching businesses with teams of proactive students to tackle innovative project briefs through one-two months (full-time) placements, whilst at the same time developing and honing the talent of our future graduates. This program has huge potential to solve Uganda’s chronic lack of skills and youth unemployment problems by giving students an opportunity to have a stab at both work experience and entrepreneurship.