Mak Students Tipped on Study in Sweden


Former Makerere University students who finished their masters programs in Sweden have called upon current students to apply for different courses in Swedish universities.

The Makerere alumni have explained that studying in Sweden has a number of benefits including scholarships from both the government and the university.

Students Decry Lack of Medicine at University Hospital

Makerere University students who get services at the University Hospital are concerned that the hospital does not have basic medicines, and they are asked to buy them from pharmacies. Even those who are admitted to the facility are still required to get medicine from outside.

Josephine Ahabwe, a second year student of Bachelor of Journalism and Communication shares her experience of being asked to buy medicine, even when she was admitted.

MUBS Students Hold Large Discussions as Exams Start


Students at Makerere University Business School (MUBS) are nowadays filling lecture rooms for discussions more than they do even during normal lectures.

“This is what has helped us all along. Uur students often come requesting for discussion time with them; a vast majority of them are really determined and perform even beyond our expectations,” said Kasoozi Ronald, an Accounting junior lecturer at MUBS.