The University of Cape Coast (UCC) emerged winners of the 2021 Tertiary Business Sense Challenge (TBSC), after beating the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in the final in Accra on August 28, 2021.
This is the second time UCC has won the challenge, having qualified for the grand finale for the third consecutive time.
UCC was represented by Beatrice Appiah Kwakye, Rose Bawuah, Ernest Ameka Bram and the super substitute, Anthony Kuntu Blankson.
KNUST, on the other hand, was represented by Messrs Benjamin Agyare Wireko, Fusheini Ishmael and Osborn Nii Nartey, with Sebastian Annan Atta Otoo as the substitute.
The competition, the third in the series, was organised by Graphic Business on the theme: “Setting a Sustainable Business Agenda”.
UCC started the contest with a clear winning strategy, accumulating 15 points in the first round and stepping on it to triumph over KNUST.
UCC won the contest with a total of 59.13 points as against KNUST’s 50.13 points.
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) garnered 39.8 points to beat the Central University, which obtained 35.9 points, to place third.
The UCC team received cash, laptops and insurance cover as their prize for their sterling performance.
The maiden edition of the challenge was won by the UCC in 2019, while the University for Development Studies (UDS) emerged the victor in the second edition when it beat the UCC in the final in 2020.
The Tertiary Business Sense Challenge (TBSC) is aimed at developing the minds of business students to build successful careers in the future.
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