The College of Business Education attaches great importance to the sports and games of its students. The Office of the Dean of Students in collaboration with the College of Business Education Students’ Organization (COBESO) coordinates all the sports, games and recreational activities.
The College has facilities that enable students to engage in sports, games and recreational activities. In all three campus students actively participate in a variety of games and recreational activities like soccer, netball, basketball, volleyball, pool table, table tennis, darts, athletics just to mention a few. Each year students participate in inter-class competitions as well as in various organized bonanza by other institutions. The enter-class competition draws together students from all programmes to compete in various games like soccer, netball, basketball and volleyball.
The College of Business Education also takes part in the SHIMIVUTA games that bring together participants from many higher learning institutions in Tanzania. For several years CBE has dominated the SHIMIVUTA games by winning many trophies in soccer, basketball and netball.
With increasingly enrollment of students, the College cannot offer accommodation to all students. The College has limited accommodation facilities and thus most of the students are compelled to look for accommodation elsewhere. However, priority in room allocation in the College hostels is given to the following groups of students:
»Sick students with long/known history and
»Some students leaders
Students who secure accommodation in the College hostels or any other hostels rented by the College are required to observe rules and regulations governing students’ residence as stipulated in the Students’ By-Laws 2009.
College of Business Education made by six departiments, namely as:
»Department of Accountancy
»Department of Marketing
»Department of Procurements and Supply Management
»Department of Business Administration
»Department of Legal and Industrial Metrology
»Department of Mathematics, Information and Communication Technology.
The College is not directly involved in providing catering services to students but it is responsible for monitoring of the services offered to students. The management makes regular consultation with service providers and advice them on how best to improve their services. In a like manner, the students organization has a Ministry of Health and Cafeteria that works closely with the management to ensure improved catering services. The aim is to have user-friendly catering services at the campus taking into account the following:-
»Quality of food provided.
»Good environmental conditions under which food is prepared and served.
»Provision of variety of food.
»Affordable food prices.