Business courses are globally esteemed to be the most marketable in terms of job placement. Most Colleges in Uganda offer them.
The courses are honored because of their better remuneration in comparison to other courses such as Education and social sciences. The following are the best Business colleges in Uganda;
1. Cavendish University Uganda (CUU)
C.U.U. which was established in 2008 is certified and accredited by the Uganda National Council for Higher Education .
The student-centric academic model of C.U.U. deploys global best practices in teaching and learning and is intended at fulfilling the Mission of C.U.U. which is to transform students into responsible, educated, employable and entrepreneurial citizens (R.E.E.E.).
The College offers marketable, relevant and accredited academic programs which are held in its four Faculties of Law, Science & Technology, Business & Management, and Socio-Economic Sciences. There is also a School of Postgraduate Studies & Research.
Learning at C.U.U. is innovative, student-centric, participatory, active and practical. A technology platform is deployed to support blended learning, projects, case studies, distance learning, and other forms of effective and active learning.
Cavendish has a large student population with a background from over 15 different countries. More than 5,000 students have graduated from C.U.U. in many different disciplines at certificate, diploma, bachelor’s and master’s levels since its inception.
2. Esami Business school
The Eastern and Southern African Management Institute, ESAMI; is an intergovernmental regional management development center. It has its’ head office is located in Arusha, Tanzania.
The institute was established with the main objective of providing the region with trained personnel in a number of critical areas including policy management, transportation management, financial management, information technology management, health management, human resources management, project management, energy and environment management and gender management among others.
The focus was to train middle to senior managers from the region to improve their managerial performance taking into consideration the global issues but with a regional focus relevant to the African environment.
3. FSD- For Foundation Development
FSD- For Foundation FSD achieves community-driven goals through asset-based development and international exchange in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
The college has an asset-based approach to development work. It begins by listening to the priorities set community-based partners at our international program sites. We then identify and utilize existing assets and capacity to address those priorities.
FSD has the main motive of partnering with leaders, organizations, and stakeholders committed to change, action, and social justice. We stress community ownership and participation before launching initiatives, especially in our volunteer and student programs.
First, SD has created an impact and results that ensure the outcomes of our support have long-lasting benefits for our partners. We think hard about how to participate appropriately and effectively in development, and on how to become redundant so that our initiatives outlast our involvement.
Second, the Building capacity of the college is mainly to strengthen the skills, competencies, and abilities of the leaders of our community-based partners and of their students and professional volunteers.
The college educates and trains, facilitating the sharing of best practices across all of their stakeholders to support our partners’ priorities.
Third, in working as a bridge, the College relentlessly build a network of students, professionals, and passionate advocates for our community-based partners to access.
It connects the network of assets and volunteers with the work of their partners through our international exchange and grant making programs.
Fourth, the College aims at changing students’ experience through sharing experiences and learning about the complexities of development with friends, family, and colleagues.
FSD promotes cultural exchange and sensitivity, encouraging a reflective approach to navigating cross-cultural issues, confusions, and tensions.
Finally, the greatest impact created amongst students by making connections for greater and more sustainable power to end poverty and achieve sustainable prosperity is in people. Every person can make a difference.
Every person is powerful and has something to contribute. When people work together, they are even more powerful. The college is are committed to uniting people for the common good.
Their approach focuses on mobilizing resources—human, economic, and natural—for sustainable, life-changing initiatives.
The college uses an asset-based community development approach that encourages self-reliance and inspires an appreciation of existing resources in the community and the confidence to build upon them.
Other Universities, colleges and Business schools to study Business related courses include:
- Makerere University
- Ndejje University
- Mbarara University of Science and Technology
- Uganda Christian University
- Kampala International University
- Kyambogo University
- Uganda Technology and Management University
- Uganda Martyrs University
- Victoria University
- International University of East Africa
In conclusion, the above Colleges are steadily growing and remain the best choices for Business courses in regards to the provision of not only quality education but also produces competent and equipped students fit to coupe with challenges in the contemporary society.