School of Business Management Committee pays a visit to Pro Vice-Chancellor on Prof.(Mrs) Rosemond Boohene, the Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, upon assumption of office.
The UCC was represented by Ms Beatrice Appiah Kwakye, Ms Rose Bawuah, Mr Ernest Ameka Bram and the super substitute, Mr Anthony Kuntu Blankson.
The competition, the third in the series, was organised by the Graphic Business on the theme: “Setting a sustainable business agenda”.
The competition came to an end with UCC beating KNUST. The round 1 begun with UCC slapping KNUST with 15 points while KNUST cried back with 5 points, making UCC the winner in the 1st round. UCC lead throughout the 1st round to the 4th round.
The University of Cape Coast Association of Business Students (UCCABS) inaugurates it’s newly established Secretariat within the School of Business Office Complex yesterday in a ceremony graced by the Dean of the School of Business, Prof. John Gatsi, the Vice Dean of the School, Dr. Elizabeth Cornelia Annan-Prah, who also doubles up as a Patron for the Association, and the Faculty officer of the School, Mr. Joseph Obeng.
The School of Business of the University of Cape Coast (UCC), has presented educational books and certificates to 186 high-performing students with a CGPA of 3.6 and above during its 2021 Deans Awards Ceremony.
The Chairman for the occasion, Prof. Francis Eric Amuquandoh, Provost of the College of Humanities and Legal Studies, indicated that learning was a difficult task, therefore, students who had excelled academically especially during the Covid-19 pandemic deserved to be celebrated.
- During the award of the maiden scholarship, the Dean, School of Business with approval from the School of Business Development Fund Board allocated an amount of One Hundred Thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢100,000.00) to support students from the School of Business.