Art is one of the most profound ways that humans over centuries have used to express themselves, even before Christ. It gives you the ability to explore all that is at heart in a piece that many will encounter at any interval.View More UCU School of Business launches Mural
Dhatemwa Charles,28 and Sharif Bogere,17 operate at Goodwill productions, a rolex stall in Bugujju, a suburb in Mukono. For the past three years, they have been using charcoal to fry chapatis for their clients. In spite of knowing the dangers that come with burning trees to get the charcoal they use, Dhatemwa says that it is the most viable way of making their chapattis.
“It is the cheapest method we can use. A basin of charcoal is Shs. 12,000 and I can use it for a week,” he said.
Apart from the Guild Bazar and the School of Business exhibition, there is a crazy silent market that is known only to a few and runs for two days within the university.View More USP resumes annual auctioning
The Vice-Chancellor of Uganda Christian University (UCU), Assoc. Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi, has toured the various stalls at the Guild Bazaar that is happening at the UCU, Main Campus. Mushengyezi visited the business stalls on Wednesday, May 18, 2022.View More VC visits UCU Guild Bazaar￼
Save the Mothers Department held its Reproductive Health, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health conference; it was both online and physical in Nkoyoyo Hall at UCU-Mukono.View More UCU School of Business establishes an events club
Writing and music are the apple of Edwin Masingano’s eye. They occupy equal status as passions.View More UCU student uses poetry to advocate human rights
To Rosette Kishero’s family, coffee is gold. It has always put bread on the table.View More UCU law student strives to bring more Ugandans to the coffee table
Racheal Nantume has never been comfortable with a life of dependency, especially where she feels she can do something about the situation. Thus, she started her own bakery so she is able to provide basic necessities for herself. However, like any business startup, she needed capital.View More UCU student grits her teeth to start confectionery business
An evening chat among four friends at Uganda Christian University (UCU) rolled into rolex, a Ugandan delicacy of unleavened flatbread with egg, onion, tomato, green pepper and more. The topic wasn’t about just eating it, but selling and making money. They started a business called Rolex Republic.View More Rolex Republic – New UCU student-operated business
By Joseph LagenIn 2017, when Gabriel Trinity Ochen joined Uganda Christian University (UCU) to pursue a Bachelor of Business Administration course, it was a dream…View More Partners-sponsored Ochen benefits in business school journey