Gian Marco Moratti Award 2020
UMST is glad to announce that, Owais Abdelhafeez Musa a former student and currently a business coach with the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship was selected as one of the two winners of the Gian Marco Moratti Award 2020. The award is a cash prize of 3,000 Euros.
Congratulations to him for having developed a brilliant business innovations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
E4Impact Foundation in partnership with African Universities E4Impact has trained and accelerated 600+ entrepreneurs in Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast and Senegal. E4Impact entrepreneurs created 3.500+ jobs.
E4Impact delivers its programme in Sudan in partnerships with the University of Medical Science and Technology UMST.
Know more about E4Impact from the below links
UMST-Mashrouy COVID-19 Entrepreneurship Initiative
UMST and other companies have participated with Mashrouy COVID-19 program. The aim of the program was to deliver entrepreneurial content to the public in order to help them through the current pandamic, and allow them to think of new business ideas.
A team of UMST’s fulltime and part time lectures have participated in this initiative, by providing video-shoot which covered different topics in entrepreneurship. It took place from the beginning of May until the 20th of June.
Miss Dina Ghandour, Lecturer at UMST, Faculty of Business Administration & the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship (E4-IMPACT-UMST Khartoum Campus), presented video shoots on:
Eng. Owais Khairy, Business Coach in the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship (E4-IMPACT-UMST Khartoum Campus), presented video shoots on:
Ms. Marwa Mohamed, lecturer at the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship (E4-IMPACT-UMST Khartoum Campus), presented video shoots on:
Owais Abdelhfeez Scoops First Prize of My Project on its 5th Season
Owais Mohammed Abdelhfeez Hassan, a student at the University of Medical Science and Technology, won the first prize of “My Project for the Fifth Season” to receive a 300,000 Sudanese Pounds prize money and a training trip to Britain.
Owais is enrolled in the in the Global MBA Impact in Entrepreneurship provided by the Italian University Cattolica in partnership with the University of Medical Sciences and Technology.
Owais has previously worked for several years with a number of companies operating in the field of Communications Engineering. Currently, he owns a wooden products company and works on a irrigation system. His project “DOUASH” is aiming at solving the problem of irrigation in medium-sized agricultural farms to increase the material return of farmers.The project strives to provide irrigation water by employing well-planned irrigation devises, responding to the specific needs of each plant. In this sense “DOUASH” is project for producing high quality national product at a competitive price.Owais maintains that he “believes that each of us has a role to play in this life.
It is our duty to society to contribute our vision and vision to the development and reconstruction of our societies so that future generations can enjoy a dignified livelihood for future generations and ensure the continuity of life”. He reiterates his belief that change comes with production and pushing the wheel of development forward, and not through theorizing and contaminating ideas with talk about economic theories.
Owais is the third student at UMST to win the “My Project” award for creative initiatives and new non-traditional inventions.