Mubs student tops Makerere, gets Shs1m award

The Best Overall Student Ms. Namuwaya Hajarah Ali and other MUBS graduands were advised by the Chancellor to take advantage of the enormous potential in adding value to agricultural produce

Makerere University Business School (MUBS) has for the fourth consecutive time produced the Best Overall and Best Student in Humanities.

Ms. Namuwaya Hajara Ali, who graduated with a First Class Honours Degree, scoring a CGPA of 4.94 in the Bachelor of Business Computing.

Ms. Namuwaya was recognized for her outstanding academic achievement by the Makerere University Convocation during the third session of the 69th Graduation Ceremony on 17th January 2019.

She received a cash prize of one million shillings, a plaque and souvenir items; presented to her by the Convocation Chairperson, Dr. Fredrick Tanga Odoi.

Graduands from MUBS were conferred upon degrees and awarded diplomas of Makerere University.

The Chancellor, Prof. Ezra Suruma (Right) hands over the Convocation Award to MUBS’ Ms. Namuwaya Hajarah Ali
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The Chancellor, Prof. Ezra Suruma commended Makerere University Business School for producing the Best Overall Student in the Humanities for four consecutive graduation ceremonies since 2016.

He thanked the leadership and staff of MUBS for the continued academic discipline; and the tremendous efforts to groom business-oriented social entrepreneurs in the country.

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe, applauded Makerere University Business School for promoting vibrant interaction between Professors, researchers and undergraduate students.

According to him, the interaction has played a vital role in enabling a vast number of students to excel in their academics.

The Principal of Makerere University Business School, Prof. Juma Waswa Balunywa, congratulated graduands upon reaching this coveted milestone in their academic journey and advised them to always value the degrees they have attained.



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