The University Council at its 129th Meeting held on December 10, 2013 revised and approved the Examination and Semester dates for 2015/2016 and 2016/2017 Academic Year as follows
Makerere University in partnership with the Confucius Institute will commission the newly renovated Garden Hill Road, Friday, 4th September, 2015. The event will coincide with the award of certificates to students who have completed various levels of studying Chinese. It will take place at the Confucius Institute premises starting at and will be attended by the Minister of Education, Sports, Science and Technology, Hon. Jessica Alupo, the Chinese Ambassador to Uganda, H.E. Zhao Yali, and the Vice Chancellor, Prof. John Ddumba-Ssentamu among other dignitaries.
Garden Hill Road was renovated by Zhongmei Engineering Group Limited of China.
Attached is the programme
Please find the Library Orientation program for 1st year students. The schedule starts on with students offering Bachelor of Social work and Social Administration (SOC), Social Sciences and Journalism and Communication.
All 1st year students are encouraged to attend this important program on the respective highlighted course dates. The program is pinned up on the Notice Boards as well.
This is to inform you that for a candidate to qualify to be a bonafide student of the university, he/she MUST be registered. Registration is a mandatory requirement of the University which must be done within the first Two (2) weeks from the beginning of the semester. Failure to do so will automatically lead to your place being forfeited to another candidate. Get the registration Programmes and bio-data forms/Registration forms from your respective Colleges/Schools.
Registration will commence on Monday 31st August, 2015 at your respective Colleges/Schools and will end on 11th September, 2015. Ensure that you complete all the required registration formalities within the prescribed time as per the Fees Payment Policy
For registration purposes all first year students MUST produce their Original documents as indicated on their admission letters and Freshers’ Joining Instructions.
(b) Continuing Students
To enable University functions run normally, all students MUST register within the first two (2) weeks irrespective of whether they have paid fees or not.
The Cycle for online registration for the Academic year, Semester One has been opened for all continuing students. The system cycle will be open for two weeks and the deadline for registration will be Friday 11th September, 2015.
Once registered each student is enabled to print the financial statement which shall be used as evidence of payment of fees.
Students who belong to the under listed categories are advised to contact College/School Registrars before they can register.
- Retakes Cases
- Stay Put Cases
- Withdrawal Cases
- Audited Courses
- Extension Cases
(C) In case of any problem, consult your College/School Registrars. College Accountants are responsible for providing the financial status to all students.
All Privately sponsored students should pay 100% fees (tuition and functional fees) by the end of the sixth (6th) week.
Any student, who will not have registered and paid all University dues by Friday 2nd October, 2015 will not be allowed to use University facilities
The Orientation Programme will take place on Thursday 27th August, 2015 from 9.00 – 12.30 p.m. and 2.00 – 5.00 p.m. at the Freedom Square and the Colleges/Schools respectively
The Academic Registrar Makerere University Informs all Joining Students that got admitted to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS) that, the Provisional admission letters are being issued at the respective College/School up to Friday 28th August, 2015
The Office of the Vice Chancellor in Charge of Academic Affairs in conjunction with the Management of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS), Makerere University is organizing a public lecture scheduled for Thursday, 16th, April, 2015. The lecture will be delivered by US-based Professor of Political Science, Joshua B. Rubongoya in the University Main Hall. The topic of the lecture shall be; “The Movement Legacy and its Impact on Uganda’s Political Parties: A Preliminary Analysis”. The main discussant will be Prof. Ogenga Latigo, former Leader of Opposition and the moderator will be the Principal of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS), Prof. Edward K. Kirumira.
Prof. Rubongoya’s brief bio data
Dr. Joshua B. Rubongoya, is a professor and former Chair of the Public Affairs Department at Roanoke College in Virginia, USA. He is the author of "Regime Hegemony in Museveni's Uganda: Pax Musevenica" published in 2007 by Palgrave Macmillan. Currently he is doing field research for a book on opposition politics in Uganda. In the 1980s he was a news caster on Uganda Television and reported for the now defunct Uganda Times.
Professor Rubongoya holds the M.A. and Ph. D. in international politics from University of Denver, Denver Colorado USA and graduated with a B.A. (Hons) from Makerere University. He is the Founder of Books4Uganda, Inc., a non-profit devoted to equipping libraries in Uganda with books from the United States.
You are all invited.
History of Matrimonial Debates: A Case of the Marriage Debates, by Jackline Kirungi (MISR). Jackline's study focuses on narratives of marriage as discourse as opposed to marriage as an institution
Traditional Institutions of Governance by Esibo (MISR) in which he investigates what is traditional about traditional institutions. Particularly he historicises the naming of the traditional institutions, their evolution and how the labeling and naming of the traditional institution (of the Emorimor) affects their role in governance.
Poverty and Shame by Ammon Mwine (SWGS). Here Amon examines the role of the media in shaping narratives of poverty and shame.
You are cordially invited to the second CHUSS Lunchtime Seminar Series is scheduled for Thursday, 26th March 2015.
Topic: Interrogating the Changing Masculinities and Post Conflict Recovery in Northern Uganda
Presenter: Amon Mwiine from School of Gender Studies
Coordinator: Dr Sarah Ssali, Senior Lecturer, School of Women and Gender Studies