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Makerere University sets 2022 Graduation dates

Makerere University graduation ceremony will also include MUBS and will last five days ending on May 27 2022.

Makerere University has set the dates for its 72nd graduation ceremony that will see over 14,000 students graduate with diplomas, Bachelors, master and PhD in various programs.

According to the circular addressed to the University top managers from the Academic registrar’s office, the University will hold its graduation ceremony on May 23 at the University’s main campus in Kampala.

The five days graduation ceremony will end on May 27.

The revelation comes when students from Makerere University Business Schools (Mubs) students are just sitting for their examinations and it is not known whether their results will be processed within the set three months.

Mubs is an institute affiliated to Mak, hence all its students are passed out at the same time with those at the main campus.

When contacted yesterday, the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof Barnabas Nawangwe said that if Mubs students are not ready by then, another graduation date will be set for them.

About Makerere

Makerere University, Kampala (/məˈkɛrəri/; Mak) is Uganda’s largest and oldest institution of higher learning, first established as a technical school in 1922. … In the 2020 U.S. News & World Report ranking, Makerere is the highest-ranked university in sub-Saharan Africa outside of South Africa.

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