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The CoBAMS undergraduate graduation lists are out. Below are the graduation lists submitted to the office of the Academic Registrar ahead of the 72nd Graduation ceremony which will take place on the 23rd – 27th May 2022. No.Programme1.Bachelor of Arts Economics2.Bachelor of Business Administration3. Bachelor of Commerce4. Bachelor of Development Economics5. Bachelor of Population Studies6. Bachelor of Science in...
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Universities should also play a key role in economic and social planning. Enterprise incubators and start-up support should be scaled to boost local job creation and competitiveness of small businesses, Ramathan Ggoobi the Permanent Secretary and Secretary to the Treasury in the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development Uganda has said. Ggoobi also said...
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You may download the CoBAMS Annual report for the year 2021 below: CoBAMS Annual Report 2021(2)Download
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Students of MBA listen to the presentations Masters of Business Administration students of Makerere University have been advised on sustainability of entrepreneurial projects, starting small and understanding the market before engaging in a business idea. The call was made by Ms Juliet Namuddu of Kampala City Council Authority, Barbara Kasekende of Uganda Development Bank and...
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About 265 refugees were on April 9th 2022, awarded certificates after training in Entrepreneurship and Business management from Makerere University’s College of Business and Management sciences’ (CoBAMS). This training was conducted under the special refugee empowerment project sponsored by Makerere University Research and Innovations Fund (MAK-RIF), the project aims at integrating refugees into the economic development...
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UPDATE: 29th March 2022 We have noted that majority of the students sat for the online examinations and results are available. However, reports of missing marks had persisted. This is on the account of:a) Students who had challenges loading their scanned answers on MUELE and instead sent them to designated email addresses [provided by DICTS];b)...
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