The UWI-Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business continues to strive towards their objective of being a school that contributes to innovation and youth entrepreneurship development by being the proud educational partner of the National Secondary School Entrepreneurship Competition (NSSEC), a seven week entrepreneurship simulation which took place at their North campus. There were over 600 students that worked hard to complete the simulation and learned skills that will last a lifetime.
NSSEC was a business simulation competition where youths acquired business training and development. They gained hands-on experience that helped them to put into practice classroom theory while using premier business simulation training. The competition was administered using a business simulation software called: Innovative Learning Solutions’ Marketplace Live (ILS) which is synced with the authentic learning model of the Lok Jack GSB.
Being a proud educational partner of the NSSEC for its third year, Lok Jack GSB presented the top three winners with 75%, 30% and 20% scholarships and 10% scholarships for the divisional winners for the Bachelors of International and Sustainable Business for the year in which they’ll be eligible to begin.
Entrepreneurship Competition. Bishop Anstey POS group 2 (1st place) Cowen Hamilton group 2 (2nd place) and Bishop Anstey group 1 (third place).
As the Lok Jack GSB continues to diversify and expand as a school we’ll continue to partner with institutions that promote such developments with our youths.
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The Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business was established in 1989 as a joint venture between The University of the West Indies and the private sector of Trinidad and Tobago to provide postgraduate education in business and management. Today, Lok Jack GSB is recognised as the premier institution for the provision of business and management education, training and consultancy services in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean region. The motto Innovatus Ars Ducendi, means Innovating the Art of Leadership.