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MUBS announces changes in semester timetable, Freshers to report for face-to-face lectures next week

Makerere University Business School has made changes to its semester timetable. Freshers to report a week later than earlier communicated.

Makerere University Business School

Makerere University Business School (MUBS) has made changes to its semester schedule setting the reporting date for freshers to campus a week later after other Universities in the country.

MUBS released the new semester timetable through the office of the Ag School Registrar, Eldred Kyomuhangi Manyindo.

“Reference is made to a letter dated October 14 2021 regarding semester two of the academic year 2020/2021. The schedule for teaching and learning has been adjusted as detailed below,” the Ag. School Registrar announced in a new letter.

According to the new schedule, the year one students shall report for face-to-face learning on 8th November which shall carry on until 21st November.

After this, the learning shall be transferred online while the rest of the students report for physical classes.

Second year students on the other hand shall have online lectures from 8th November to 21st November 2021 and then switch to face-to-face lectures at campus from 22nd November to 6th December.

In the same manner, the third year students shall undergo online learning from 8th November to 6th December after which, they shall report to campus for physical learning until 19th November.

Examinations for all the three years at Makerere University Business School shall be ongoing from 17th January until 4th February 2022.

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