No Graduation- Trouble Looms For MUBS Finalists As Lecturers Strike Again

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No Graduation- Trouble Looms For MUBS Finalists As Lecturers Strike Again
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Over 900 at Makerere University Busness School( MUBS) finalists are at risk of  missing 2021 graduation as lecturers refuse to mark scripts over their delayed payments.

Although the government reopened schools for candidates and finalists to complete their academic cycle, the situation at Makerere University Business School isn’t appeasing.

According to sources, finalists who went back to campus in September 2020, there is a looming crisis at MUBS after the Institute’s Quality Assurance Directorate Marking Status for finalists at the Business Administration Department marking status is at 0%.

Sources indicate that the department with a total of 1,711 transcripts being at 0% to date has left over 900 finalists in fear as their graduation period draws closer.

Entrepreneurship, Applied Computing & IT as well as the Business Law Departments are also at 0% despite having 702, 1,783, and 1,270 transcripts respectively.

The Leadership and Governance Department has one of the highest numbers of unmarked transcripts (2,746) and it is also at 0%.

More information coming indicates that the administration has now resorted to intimidating lecturers who are currently on strike over delayed pay.

The Marking Status further indicates that the total percentage of partially marked transcripts is 49% while 29% hasn’t been marketed at all. This leaves the final year students in limbo as graduation that is set for March 2020 is fast approaching.

Check out the detailed MUBS Marking Status below;

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