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Here’s The MUBS Freshers’ Orientation Programme

Here’s The MUBS Freshers’ Orientation Programme

Makerere University Business School (MUBS) has released its orientation programme for the Freshmen. The Freshers are expected to have reported on Saturday ready to commence with the orientation week that starts this Monday. Here’s the full programme:

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In other news from MUBS, hand was put to an agreement bringing in effect the construction of a Faculty of Computing at MUBS. The new faculty building will be located at the MUBS main campus. Ambitious Construction will be the contractor while the African Development Bank is the funder of this project. When completed, the building will house lecture halls, offices and computer halls. Here are some architectural imprints:

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The list for those who applied to be residents in Berlin Hall is out and only 68 Government Sponsored female students have been awarded places in this prestigious hall. However, private first year students are still awaiting confirmation as residents at this hall.

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