CV, Graduate Scientist With Economics And Mathematics Background

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 21784

Skills keywords: bio-engineering, data management/ research, programme management, sales/marketing
Short Bio:

Personally am a honest, self-motivated and working guy with a positive attitude towards my career and life. Also, client focused with a business intelligence, analytical and with an eye for detail, a proactive team player and open to challenges

I also possess skills in communication, administrative & using MS
office, which helped me succeed as a customer representative.

My short term goal is to work in a reputed company and in a long run grow to position of responsibility.

Current location: Vlaams Gewest, Belgium - View on map
Nationality: Belgian/Ugandan
Preferred Sector of Employment:  Marketing, Manufacturing and Operations
Spoken languages: Dutch, english
Location I am interested in working: africa, Belgium, United Kingdom, United States
List the countires you have a visa to work in: Belgium, Uganda


A highly motivated scientist with an economic and mathematics background that recently graduated from University of Gent, Belgium, Faculty of Bio-science Engineering, Department of Agricultural economics, and with lots of desire to succeed. I also hold a bachelors degree in Development eccomics acquired in 2008.

I possess a sound knowledge of Administration procedures, Research, Data analysis, Communication actions, ICT, Networking and languages (English, Dutch)


Education & Memberships

Masters of Science in Nutrition and Rural development

Specialisation: Agriculture economics and management
Faculty of Bio- Science engineering
University of Gent, Belgium
September 2010 – 2014

Master thesis: Determinants of fresh vs processed bananas’ consumption in urban areas in Uganda.

Topic source: Department of Agricultural Economics, Faculty of Bio-science engineering

The current rising shift in demand from raw bananas to processed powder bananas in East African countries, despite the former being regarded cheaper and healthier, persuaded me to investigate the factors affecting the urban consumers’ choice of banana type. This study was based upon a survey of 220 participants selected from 5 divisions of Kampala. I used Stata, Spss, Excel and R programing for data analysis.

Bachelors degree in Development studies

Faculty of social sciences
Uganda Christian University, Mukono
September  2005 – 2008

Program description:

The development studies student at Uganda Christian University is able to acquire skills in research, team building and leadership, critical analysis, mobilizing resources (financial and human), advocacy and problem analysis. He/she is also equipped with knowledge of information technology and project planning. The subjects in the course include among others;

Communication skills for development, principles of economics, Basic computing, Basic mathematics, statistics, project planning and management, public relations, Human resource management, agricultural development, monitoring and evaluation, development policy and planning.

Career Summary

La lorraine Bakery, Ninove
Job Student
Nov 2012- April 2014

Rilez fashion, Uganda
Junior Customer Service Representative (B2B)
Sector: Automotice
Sept 2008– Aug 2010

World Vision Uganda
Internship job
June to Aug 2008


English: Mother tongue

Dutch: Good Knowledge

IT And Other Skills

Strong ICT-Knowledge (Microsoft Office Expert User (Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Microsoft Visio, InfoPath, Publisher) Professional Knowledge, Communication skills, Management skills