In his speech that was read by the Assoc. Prof. Milburg Atcero Dean Faculty of Tourism, Hospitality and Languages at Faculty’s Academic Excellence certificate awarding ceremony, the Ag. Principal Prof. Moses Muhwezi commended the outstanding performing students for not only excelling in their studies but also demonstrating a profound passion for learning and a thirst for knowledge, which has set them apart.
The event took place on April 11, 2024, at MUBS Main Campus Nakawa
He remarked, “Your achievement is exceptional. May you continue  to thrive, and may the knowledge you have gained at the University serve you well on your journey ahead. May your success inspire others to reach for the stars.”
Assoc. Prof. Milburga applauded the students for their hard work and advised them to uphold values and respect wherever they go. She encouraged them to let their first-class degree distinguish them and serve as an inspiration, emphasizing that their achievement reflects their dedication to hard work.
She reminded the students of the importance of teamwork in today’s world and stressed the value of patience, noting that while patience may be challenging, it ultimately pays off. Assoc. Prof. Atcero urged them to cherish their performance and strive to be role models.

Ms. Eldred M. Kyomuhangi  Manyindo
School Registrar

Ms. Eldred M. Kyomuhangi Mayindo, the School Registrar, emphasized the significance of being recognized as excellent students. She encouraged the students to proudly display their Certificates of Academic  Excellence at home and in their offices, highlighting that these certificates would provide a
competitive advantage when seeking employment.

Ms.  Christine Nanyombi Mubiru
Chief, Human Resources

Prof. Samson Otengei
Head of  Department – Leisure  & Hospitality Management

Mr. Don Patrick Bujingo
Ag. Head  – Department of Languages

Ms. Christine Nanyombi  Mubiru, Chief Human Resource  Officer, stressed that while achieving a first-class degree is commendable, success in the industry requires more than academic excellence.
She also emphasized the importance of attitude, soft skills, adaptability, critical thinking, problem-solving, time management, creativity, and respect for others.
Prof. Samson Omundu Otengei, Head of the Department of Leisure and Hospitality Management, advised students to make responsible choices and maintain their academic achievements. He urged them to embrace scientific living and avoid complacency, emphasizing the importance of continuous growth and striving for success.
Mr. Don Patrick Bujingo, Ag. Head of the Department of Languages encouraged students to celebrate their successes and recognize their uniqueness.
He highlighted the importance of  attitude in academic excellence, emphasizing that excellence is not merely a matter of achievement but also of mindset.