UBL Women's Day Recruitment Program

The UBL Women’s Day Recruitment Program 2019 (For University/Fresh Grad Students)

In commemoration of Women’s Day, Uganda Breweries Limited is looking to attract, interact and engage with adventurous women whose background is in Science Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) with an objective to offer a hands on experience in these fields.

Uganda Breweries Limited belongs to the Diageo family, which means they are global and their affiliation to EABL gives them regional reach. They are diverse and are at the forefront of the beverage/alcohol industry in Uganda.

The UBL Women’s Day Recruitment Program

The Uganda Breweries Women’s Day Recruitment Program is a an adventurous program during which 30 lucky fresh graduate or completing undergraduate female students are trained and skilled to jump straight into a new role under the STEM fields at UBL. Successful candidates will be introduced to the world of business and given the opportunity to demonstrate your drive and creativity.

Eligibility

  • Are you a passionate, resilient, intelligent woman
  • interested in breaking barriers and busting the myth of male-dominated roles in the workplace
  • a background in Science Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
  • a fresh graduate or completing undergraduate female student

Would you be interested in learning more about Uganda Breweries Ltd and what it takes to produce their wonderful brands?

How to Apply

Drop them your expression of interest and a copy of your University ID on email: UBLCommunications@diageo.com.

Note: Selection will be made on a first come first served basis.

Deadline: 4th March 2019

Employment

10 thoughts on “The UBL Women’s Day Recruitment Program 2019 (For University/Fresh Grad Students)

    1. Senyonjo Vanita Nazziwa on Reply

      Hello UBL. I missed out on this but am really interested. Is there any chance of accepting my interest once more. Thank you

  1. Lydia Amongi on Reply

    Hello good morning,is there for those doing business or for only those ones in engineering and maths (STEM)

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