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.
Management of the University University of Cape Coast has paid a familiarisation visit to Nduom School of Business and Technology (NSBT) to assess its readiness to host some newly-admitted students of the University.
The team led by the Vice-Chancellor inspected facilities like lecture halls, main administration, library, auditorium, cafeteria, hostel, infirmary, ICT Services among others.
The University of Cape Coast School of Business has become a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACB).
UCC has now become the second University in Ghana to be approved as a member of AACSB.
The University has expressed interest to partner with Venture Capital Trust Fund (VCTF) to pursue the entrepreneurship agenda of the University.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Johnson Nyarko Boampong, to pursue the entrepreneurship agenda of the University.
The Vice-Chancellor during his investiture pledged to transform UCC into a world-class entrepreneurial university with a global competitive edge.
The School of Business has organised a handing over ceremony for the Heads of Department of Management and Human Resource Management, Centre for Entrepreneurship and Small Enterprise Development (CESED) and the Business Incubator
Dr. Nicodemus Osei Owusu and Dr. Nana Yaw Oppong have taken over from Dr. Abraham Ansong and Dr. (Mrs.) Rebecca Dei Mensah as Heads for the Departments of Management and Human Resource Management respectively.
The Department of Human Resource Management has held a day's Colloquium aimed at providing a platform for interaction, exchange of ideas among Human Resource experts, practitioners, and academia on contemporary issues in the profession.
The 2020 edition of the colloquium was on the theme: "The Role of Human Resource Management in the New World of Work". Participants included academics, HR practitioners, and students.
The University of Cape Coast is exploring the possibility of establishing a campus at the Nduom School of Business and Technology as part of measures to admit more students for the 2020/2021 academic year.
This is in anticipation of the large number of applicants who will be seeking admission as a result of the free Senior High School policy. The first batch of the policy will complete their studies in 2020 and, therefore, there is the need to increase enrolment in the 2020/2021 academic year.
The Centre for Entrepreneurship and Small Enterprise Development (CESED), UCC, has held a training workshop for Entrepreneurship Course facilitators on campus.
A graduation ceremony has been held for the second cohort of the University of Cape Coast and the University at Buffalo Leadership Empowerment Programme on campus.
A total of 31 postgraduate students who enrolled in the one-year programme were presented with certificates and medals from the University at Buffalo, Center for Leadership & Organizational Effectiveness at the ceremony.
A three-member delegation from the University of Kwazulu-Natal, (UKZN), South Africa, has paid a courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah as part of their working visit to the University.
The delegation comprised Prof. Harold Ngalawa (Dean of Research), Dr. Evelyn Derera (Academic Leader), and Dr. Phocenah Nyatanga of the School of Accounting Economics and Finance.