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MUBS postpones Online Exams amidst MUBSEP technical challenges

MUBSEP Makerere University Business School’s E-Learning Platform failed to work to the expectation forcing the University to put exams on hold

MUBSEP failed to work as expected and forced Makerere University Business School (MUBS) to postpone online examinations citing technical challenges with their e-learning platform.

In a letter dated 1st October 2021, the Makerere University Business School (MUBS) Acting Registrar Eldred Kyomuhangi Manyindo announced that exams that had been earlier scheduled to commence on 30 September 2021 had been pushed further to 4 October 2021.

“The school is experiencing technical challenges with the Makerere University Business School E-learning platform (MUBSEP) that are being addressed. Due to these challenges, examinations have been postponed and will resume on Monday, 4 October,” the letter read in part.

According to the letter, the exams that were supposed to be done on Thursday 30th September, Friday, October 1, Saturday 2nd, and Sunday 3rd had been canceled.

The letter adds that the said exams have been re-scheduled to be done from 13th -16th October.

“The affected examinations in (i) above will be re-scheduled to be done from October 13, 2021, to October 16, 2021.”

About MUBS.

Makerere University Business School is the school of business of Makerere University, Uganda’s oldest university. MUBS provides business and management education at the certificate, diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate levels. 

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