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akerere University 68th graduation: Full list

 

The function is sheduled to take place from January 16 to 19.

Makerere sets up committee to study Visitation Committee report

Makerere University has setup a special committee to study the Visitation Committee’s report that raised several management and policy issues about the university.

The report was presented to President Yoweri Museveni, who is also the visitor of the university on December 29.

Makerere probe fell short, lecturers say

Lecturers at Makerere University say an inquiry into its affairs by the visitation committee led by the late Prof Abel Rwendeire did not focus on its long-standing problems, some of which are responsible for yearly strikes at the institution.

Makerere report says university should teach only sciences and post graduate courses

The report by the Makerere University Visitation Committee has recommended radical measures in the way the university is run including limiting Uganda’s oldest and most prominent public university to only offering science courses at degree level and graduate degrees (master’s degrees and PhDs).

Turn Makerere into science courses University - Visitation Committee

The 2016 Visitation Committee report has recommended turning Makerere University into mainly a graduate institution but also focusing on Science courses at undergraduate level.  
The report was handed over to Presiden

Make Makerere only public university - committee

KIRUHURA - The Makerere University visitation committee has recommended increasing of tuition fees, in a report submitted to President Yoweri Museveni.

The committee also wants the oldest public university in Uganda turned into a sole university. In its report, it also recommends that the current Government and State House scholarships are phased out and consolidated into the existing loan scheme.

The recommendations are contained in a report that was presented to the President by the interim committee chairperson, Lady Justice Ketrah Katunguka.

President Museveni receives Makerere University report

President Museveni receives Makerere University report

Blended learning network to overcome faculty shortages

A network of East African universities that will be able to share scarce teaching capacity through the use of 'blended' learning and effective approaches to teaching is in the offing to address staff shortages in the region’s institutions.

This network, known as the Partnership for Enhanced and Blended Learning – or PEBL – is a new partnership, led

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