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The Ultimate Business University is a non profit (501(c)3) organization designed to support our youth at risk. The Executive Summary is available upon request.

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The first of at least 20 campuses will be in Belize caring 6,000 15 to 18 year old boys and girls who have been living on the streets in the U.S. without an adult to provide or protect them.

Each campus will be self-sustaining within three to 5 years. We will grown our own food; grow hemp to manufacture our own linen, clothing, shoes, backpacks, etc.; have our own cash bearing crops such as grapes for wine, honey, cocoa, and coffee beans; our fund raisers will include two Caribbean Music Festivals, Golf Tournaments, Art Festivals, Dance Festivals and Treasure Hunt Dive events; and we will host entrepreneur development programs for those budding future self-made millionaires.

Dorm Rooms and Labs

Class Rooms and Labs

Both the boy’s and girl’s campuses will have a 400,000 sq ft 4 story school; 9 wings of dormitories; professional sports fields and facilities; otherwise thought of extra curriculum courses such as auto shop, stained glass, natural health, agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry, all methods of art and physical fitness for each student to participate in and master.

The classrooms will have 20 students per teacher and a teacher assistant who will also live in the dorms with the students.

The first semester will have 500 boys and 500 girls, increasing our student body every six months until it reaches capacity at 6,000. We will follow the mandatory education of the U.S. and be accredited in the strictest guidelines to provide easy access to any university in the world for our students.

UBU will expand our education facilities to include a 4-year university program where all of our students will be grandfathered into the program. Approximately 4 to 6,000 students will be from the resident country and will be of an economically challenged background.

Some of our projected campuses based on the need of homeless children will include:

Australia
Tanzania
Cambodia
Vietnam
Uganda
Tibet
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Haiti
India
Sweden
South Africa
Kenya
Philippines
Ghana
Japan
Cameroon
Ukraine
Canada
Nepal
Greenland

 

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