First Year Journalism And Communication Students Tipped On Success At Makerere

The Department of Journalism and Communication (DJC) at Makerere University held an in-house orientation for first year students last Friday in Lecture Room 4 (LR4), Arts Building.

During the two-hour event, the DJC Chair, Dr. William Tayeebwa encouraged students to embrace all their course units and start working hard right from the start, since all scores add to the cumulative mark.

FULL LIST: 800 Makerere, Mubs Students Allowed To Change Courses


More than 800 students at Makerere University’s campuses and colleges, including the Nakawa-based Makerere University Business School (Mubs) have been allowed to change their courses weeks after they applied for change of academic programmes, reports The Tower Post

Dowload the attached PDF files for more Information

Report Lecturers Missing Classes - Prof Ddumba Asks Students


The vice chancellor of Makerere University, Prof John Ddumba-Ssentamu, has asked students to report to his office lecturers who are missing classes.

While speaking to Journalism@mak on phone, Prof Ddumba-Ssentamu said, as a vice chancellor, he will he will not spare any of the lecturers or instructors who perpetually dodge classes, once he receives their names.