Students from the main institute at Makerere have been “trampled” by their counter parts at Makerere University Business School (MUBs) who had comparatively more students making it to the first class list in their respective courses.
A total of 286 students passed with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of above 4.40 which is prerequisite to obtain a first class honors, 41% (118) are female, while 59% (168) are male.
The highest number of students to have passed with a first class honors in a single course is 21 (twenty one) from Bachelor of Human Resource Management MUBs, followed by Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a total number of 15 students, the only course from Makerere University main institute above seven.
Other courses include: Bachelor of Leisure and Hospitality Management- 7, Bachelor of International Business- 12, Bachelor of Science Finance- 12, Bachelor of Commerce- 10, Bachelor of Business administration-14 and Bachelor of procurement and supply chain management-8 all from Makerere University Business School.
A total number of 14,318 students will graduate this week at Uganda’s oldest and major institute under the new chancellor, former Finance minister Mr Ezra Suruma. Meanwhile over 900 students missed out on graduation citing failure to achieve the minimum graduation load.