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NSSF Advises Makerere University Students to Focus on Agriculture

 

The National Social Security Fund has embarked on preparing University Graduates for the tough times ahead by focusing on under resources business opportunities. Ssali says students should venture in agriculture while still at University to save themselves from job search frustrations.

Makerere debate leaves public guessing on VC job favourite

Last week, the three candidates in the race for vice chancellor of Makerere University held their first public debate, in which they formally unveiled their plans for the institution. MOSES TALEMWA has been talking to members of the University's Senate, which will soon deliberate over their chances.

Makerere VC race: Kirumira to give colleges more powers

Prof. Kirumira says, at the helm, he will delegate more powers to the Colleges so that most business of the university is offered at that level.

Welfare, Financial Stability Tops Makerere University VC Contestants' Manifesto

Candidates vying for Makerere University Vice Chancellor Office have today presented themselves before the public - tabling their proposed roadmap for East Africa’s oldest University – Makerere.
The trio contestants including a former presidential candidate prof Venansius Baryamureeba highlighted the problems of Makerere and showing they would bridge all the existing loopholes that have put university under contempt before the public eye.

MUASA Speaks Out on Challenges Ahead for New Makerere University Vice Chancellor

Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA) speaks out on the kind of leader the institution should have in the wake of continued strikes that have characterized the country’s epitome of academic excellence.

As the University gears up to choose the next vice chancellor, senior academicians at the University say students’ welfare, demotivated staff and other financial challenges should be the core of the task ahead.

Prof. Nawangwe Publicly Present Why Makerere University Needs Him as Vice Chancellor

I have quite a bit in improving our country. I am among the most celebrated researchers in Africa & architect.

We have the best staff than anywhere on the continent. We need to motivate and revamp our staff.

We need to have every Masters' and PHD student have a publication like it was in the old days.

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