University of Cape Coast (UCC) wins 3rd edition of the Tertiary Business Sense Challenge (TBSC) By Linda Anderson

A recent post by the University of Cape Coast (UCC) on their verified Facebook page reports that the school has emerged winners of a Tertiary Business Sense Challenge.

The competition, according to the post, was held on Saturday, August 28, 2021, and UCC came out victorious after a crunch final against Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has won the 3rd edition of the Tertiary Business Sense Challenge (TBSC). Photo credit: University of Cape Coast Source: Facebook

At the end of the contest, UCC won with 59.19 points against KNUST’s 50.13 points.

The post shared currently has over 1600 reactions, close to 150 shares with more than 200 comments. earlier reported that the engineering ladies from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Technology (KNUST) lost to UMaT and the University of Energy and Natural resources (UENR) in a competition for innovative ideas.

In a recent post on LinkedIn by the president of the Women in Engineering (WINE) chapter of the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), Maame Esi Esaaba, it was reported that her all-female group of students beat their colleagues from the KNUST. The competition held at the University of Mines and Technology’s mini auditorium was geared towards coming up with innovative ideas that will help curb societal problems.

According to the post, the participants were judged by two lecturers from the University of Mines and Technolgy, namely, Dr. Millicent Agangiba and Dr. Kofi Kamasa.

UCC be doing the most in rankings . I think they are doing well and have more room for improvement though . Education is shouldn’t be about theories alone and that’s my problem with Ghana’s university system

You may say it again. It should be practical. The program’s organizers should do more of this, as well as other activities that encourage students to put their newly acquired information to the test. In a practical sense.