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Students showcase talent at MUBS Hospitality Day

By Abbey Ramadhan

Added 19th April 2019 04:16 PM

Michelle Kiconco, a lecturer at the hospitality management department, said the university uses Hospitality Day to mark and access the performance of students and find out whether a student has employable skills that are required by employers.

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(Left to Right ) Michelle Kiconco lecturer at the hospitality management department, Deputy Principal Makerere business school (MUBS) Prof. Moses Muhezi, National Vice Chairman National Resistance Movement (NRM) Eastern region Captain Mike Mukula and others arrives at the 10th Hospitality Day of Makerere University Business School (MUBS) on Saturday. (Photo by Abbey Ramadhan)

Michelle Kiconco, a lecturer at the hospitality management department, said the university uses Hospitality Day to mark and access the performance of students and find out whether a student has employable skills that are required by employers.

KAMPALA- It was hands on skills during  the 10th Hospitality Day of Makerere University   Business School (MUBS) which was aimed at accessing the performance of students.
 
The National Resistance Movement (NRM) Vice-Chairman in Charge of the Easter Region, Capt. Mike Mukula’ applauded (MUBS) for organizing such activities that are centred on identifying skilled, confident and talented students.
 

 Students showcasing boxing skills during  Hospitality Day of Makerere University   Business School (MUBS) (Photo by Ramadhan Abbey)

 
‘’It is through such events that universities can market their students and many employers sometimes spot the best students and offer them jobs’’ Mukula said
Different activities  were showcased  such as; Fashion, boxing, franchising skills, catering skills, and others.
 tudents showcasing fashion skills depending on their courses his was during  ospitality ay of akerere niversity   usiness chool  hoto by amadhan bbey Students showcasing fashion skills depending on their courses .This was during Hospitality Day of Makerere University Business School (MUBS) (Photo by Ramadhan Abbey )

 

 
Michelle Kiconco, a lecturer at the hospitality management department, said the university uses Hospitality Day to mark and access the performance of students and find out whether a student has employable skills that are required by employers.
 
"This is purely a practical event with activities that give students chance to interface with the public and different organizations hence opportunity for job placement after school" Kiconco said.
 
 tudents showcasing fashion skills depending on their courses his was during  ospitality ay of akerere niversity   usiness chool    hoto by amadhan bbey  

 

 
Sophie Nassaka a student said that it is through this Hospitality Day that  students get in touch with big organizations.
 
 tudents showcasing fashion skills depending on their courses his was during  ospitality ay of akerere niversity   usiness chool hoto by amadhan bbey Students showcasing fashion skills depending on their courses .This was during Hospitality Day of Makerere University Business School (MUBS). (Photo by Ramadhan Abbey)

 

“Almost 5% of the students get employed from these activities, since the employees identify them through these activities,” Nassaka said

 

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