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Makerere to start Bachelor of Laws Executive programme, tuition set at Shs. 5M per semester

The academic registrar at Makerere University has announced that the institution will launch a Bachelor of Laws Executive (weekend) degree programme starting February 2020. This comes after the university administration dropped the Bachelor of Laws evening programme this academic year due to financial constraints. This new programme will target mainly working-class students.

Makerere to assist students search for jobs

he Vice Chancellor of Makerere University Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe promised to set up a liaisons desk in his office where they will be able to source employment opportunities for graduates.

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Makerere University 68th graduation ceremony kicks off

It is day one of the 68th edition of the Makerere University graduation and nearly 14,000 students are to be awarded various honours over the course of four days.

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Makerere wins Inter-University Moot Court competition

Makerere University on Friday emerged victorious after winning the 5th annual Inter University Law Moot Court competitions aimed at preparing young lawyers for litigation.

Makerere emerged victorious after beating 8 universities in a tight race with 74% and Uganda Christian University, Mukono came second with 66%.

Be civilised and diplomatic, students told

THE dean Faculty of Law, Prof. David Bakibinga, has called upon Makerere University students to take civilised and diplomatic steps in addressing their problems. “Students should embrace a culture of non-violence in resolving their disputes through mediation, reconciliation and arbitration before resorting to strikes.” The dean was addressing heads of department and deans from various faculties during the launching of the proposal for a peace education syllabus in the faculties of law, arts and social sciences at the university recently.

Law School Dismisses 14, Warns 55

Makerere University Faculty of Law has recommended the discontinuation of 14 law students for poor academic records.

Moses Ali to study law

Lt. Gen. Moses Ali, the First Deputy Premier, has decided to go back to school and has enrolled at Makerere University’s Law School,

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