The Academic Registrar, Makerere University invites applications from Ugandan, East African, S. Sudan and international applicants for the undergraduate programmes under the private sponsorship scheme for the 2019/2020 Academic year.
Each applicant should:
- have the Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) with at least five passes, or its equivalent and at least two principal passes at Advanced Level (UACE) obtained at the same sitting. (For day programmes only candidates who sat A' level in 2018, 2017 and 2016 are eligible to apply. For evening, afternoon, and external programmes, a candidate is not restricted on the year of sitting A'level. (Detailed weighting system for programmes to be offered by Makerere University for the 2019/2020 Academic Year can be viewed on the undergraduate admissions office noticeboard or Makerere University website; www.mak.ac.ug.
- hold at least a Second Class/Credit (or equivalent classification) Diploma or otherwise as specified in the Diploma Holders' Requirements from a recognised chartered institution, relevant to the programme applied for. Certified copies of Academic Transcripts and certificates (not photocopies of certified copies) from the awarding institutions and one passport size photography must be submitted to Office 315 Level three (3) Senate Building after applying online. (Details of the Diploma Holders' admission requirements for the 2019/2020 academic year can be viewed on the notice board of the undergraduate Admissions Office or on Makerere University website: www.mak.ac.ug).
(c) be a graduate from a recognised chartered university. Certified copies of academic transcripts and certificates (not photocopies of Certified copies) from the awarding institutions and one passport size photography must be submitted to office 315, Level three (3) Senate Building after applying online.
|1||COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES (CHS)||2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR|
|CODE||DAY PROGRAMMES||Year of study||TUITION FEES PER SEMESTER IN UGX. FOR UGANDANS, EAST AFRICANS, S. SUDANESE AND REFUGEES.||SEMESTER TUITION FEES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS|
|(i)||PHA||BACHELOR OF PHARMACY||4 Years||1,777,440||2,962,400|
|(ii)||MAM||BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND BACHELOR OF SURGERY||5 Years||1,777,440||2,962,400|
|(iii)||BDS||BACHELOR OF DENTAL SURGERY||5 Years||1,777,440||2,962,400|
|(iv)||NUR||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING||4 Years||1,777,440||2,962,400|
|(v)||BEH||BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCE||3 Years||1,388,625||2,082,938|
|(vi)||BSL||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPY||3 Years||1,983,750||4,007,175|
|(vii)||BSB||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES||3 Years||2,052,520||4,106,363|
|(viii)||BBI||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,983,750||2,975,625|
|(ix)||BYT||BACHELOR OF CYTOTECHNOLOGY||3 Years||1,587,000||3,174,000|
|(x)||BPT||BACHELOR OF OPTOMETRY||4 Years||1,983,750||3,306,250|
|2||COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES (CAES)|
|(i)||AGR||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE||4 Years||1,777,440||2,962,400|
|(ii)||FST||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY||4 Years||1,777,440||2,962,400|
|(iii)||AGE||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,777,440||2,962,400|
|(iv)||BAM||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL LAND USE AND MGT||3 Years||1,110,900||1,666,350|
|(v)||AGM||BACHELOR OF AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,018,325||1,527,488|
|(vi)||HOT||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HORTICULTURE||3 Years||1,296,050||1,944,075|
|(vii)||BAR||BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL INNOVATION||3 Years||1,851,500||3,740,030|
|(viii)||HUN||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HUMAN NUTRITION||3 Years||1,587,000||2,938,595|
|(ix)||BOF||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FORESTRY||4 Years||1,265,000||3,450,000|
|(x)||BGS||BACHELOR OF GEOGAPHICAL SCIENCES||3 Years||1,265,000||3,450,000|
|(xi)||BVS||BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE||3 Years||1,110,900||1,388,625|
|(xii)||BTH||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,265,000||3,450,000|
|(RECESS 770,500)||Recess (2,254,000)|
|(xiii)||BMT||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN METEOROLOGY||3 Years||1,190,250||1,587,000|
|(ix)||BBP||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOPROCESSING ENGINEERING||4 Years||2,000,000||3,250,000|
|(x)||BWE||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN WATER AND IRRIGATION ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,744,000||2,640,000|
|(i)||BAX||BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL INNOVATION (EXTERNAL)||4 Years||859,625||2,235,025|
|3||COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, DESIGN, ART AND TECHNOLOGY (CEDAT)|
|(i)||CIV||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(ii)||ELE||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(iii)||MEC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(iv)||LSG||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN LAND SURVEYING AND GEOMATICS||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(v)||ARC||BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE||5 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(vi)||STE||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(vii)||SQS||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN QUANTITY SURVEYING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(viii)||SLE||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN LAND ECONOMICS||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(ix)||SCM||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(x)||CMP||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,653,125||2,671,450|
|(xi)||FIN||BACHELOR OF INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ARTS||3 Years||1,110,900||1,666,350|
|(xii)||BUP||BACHELOR OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING||4 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(b)||PARALLEL PROGRAMMES (Classes are conducted during day & afternoon|
|(i)||CIA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(ii)||ELA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(iii)||MEA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(iv)||LSE||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN LAND SURVEYING AND GEOMATICS||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(v)||STM||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(vi)||SQA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN QUANTITY SURVEYING||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(vii)||SLA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN LAND ECONOMICS||4 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(viii)||SCA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,527,488||2,360,663|
|(ix)||CME||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,653,125||2,671,450|
|4||COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES (COBAMS)|
|(i)||STA||BACHELOR OF STATISTICS||3 Years||1,333,080||4,073,300|
|(ii)||BQE||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,388,625||2,443,980|
|(iii)||BPS||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN POPULATION STUDIES||3 Years||925,750||2,036,650|
|(iv)||SAS||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACTUARIAL SCIENCE||3 Years||1,388,625||3,258,640|
|(v)||BBS||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS STATISTICS||3 Years||1,296,050||3,258,640|
|(vi)||ECO||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,388,625||1,944,075|
|(vii)||DEC||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,481,200||2,221,800|
|(viii)||COE||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (with options: Accounting, Finance & Banking, Marketing and Insurance)||3 Years||1,481,200||2,221,800|
|(ix)||ADM||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (with options: Procurement, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management and International Business)||3 Years||1,520,875||2,314,375|
|(i)||ECE||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,388,625||1,944,075|
|(ii)||DEE||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,481,200||2,221,800|
|(iii)||CEO||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (with options: Accounting,||3 Years||1,481,200||2,221,800|
|Finance & Banking, Marketing and Insurance)|
|(iv)||ADN||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (with options:||3 Years||1,520,875||2,314,375|
|Procurement, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource|
|Management and International Business)|
|Finance & Banking, Marketing and Insurance)|
|5||COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CHUSS)|
|(i)||SOC||BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,110,900||1,666,350|
|(ii)||ASS||BACHELOR OF ARTS (SOCIAL SCIENCES)||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(iii)||BJC||BACHELOR OF JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATION||4 Years||1,296,050||1,666,350|
|(iv)||ARS||BACHELOR OF ARTS (ARTS)||3 Years||833,175||1,249,763|
|(v)||DVS||BACHELOR OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(vi)||MUS||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MUSIC||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(vii)||BDF||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN DRAMA AND FILM||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(viii)||BCO||BACHELOR OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY||3 Years||1,110,900||1,666,350|
|(ix)||BIP||BACHELOR OF INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANISATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY||3 Years||1,110,900||1,666,350|
|(x)||DPA||DIPLOMA IN PERFORMING ARTS||2 Years||462,875||694,313|
|(i)||BJE||BACHELOR OF JOURNALISM AND COMMUNICATION||4 Years||1,296,050||1,666,350|
|(ii)||DVE||BACHELOR OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(iii)||BEP||BACHELOR OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY||3 Years||1,110,900||1,666,350|
|(iv)||BOP||BACHELOR OF INDUSTRIAL AND ORGANISATIONAL PSYCH OLOGY||3 Years||1,110,900||1,666,350|
|(v)||ASE||BACHELOR OF ARTS (SOCIAL SCIENCES)||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|6||COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND EXTERNAL STUDIES (CEES)|
|(i)||EDA||BACHELOR OF ARTS WITH EDUCATION||3 Years||888,720||1,333,080|
|BACHELOR OF SCIENCE WITH EDUCATION||–||–|
|(ii)||EDP||– (i) PHYSICAL||3 Years||888,720||1,333,080|
|(iii)||EDB||– (ii) BIOLOGICAL||3 Years||888,720||1,333,080|
|(iv)||EEC||– (iii) ECONOMICS||3 Years||888,720||1,333,080|
|(v)||BAC||BACHELOR OF ADULT AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(i)||BCE||BACHELOR OF ADULT AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(c )||EXTERNAL PROGRAMMES|
|(i)||BED||BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (BED – for Practicing Dip. Holder Teachers only)||3 Years||529,000||1,870,015|
|(ii)||COX||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE||4 Years||661,250||1,496,012|
|(iii)||SCX||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (EXTERNAL)||4 Years||529,000||1,683,014|
|(iv)||BYW||BACHELOR OF YOUTH IN DEVELOPMENT WORK||3 Years||1,388,625||2,777,250|
|7||COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES (CONAS)|
|(i)||BIC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY||3 Years||1,110,900||1,499,715|
|(ii)||BFS||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE||3 Years||1,110,900||1,666,350|
|(iii)||BSP||BACHELOR OF SPORTS SCIENCE||3 Years||1,110,900||1,666,350|
|(iv)||SCB||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE – BIOLOGICAL||3 Years||999,810||1,666,350|
|(v)||SCP||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE – PHYSICAL||3 Years||999,810||1,666,350|
|(vi)||SEC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE – ECONOMICS||3 Years||999,810||1,666,350|
|(vii)||BPG||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PETROLEUM GEOSCIENCE & PRODUCTION||4 Years||1,719,250||1,870,015|
|(viii)||BCB||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY||3 Years||999,810||4,007,175|
|(ix)||BBT||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOTECHNOLOGY||3 Years||1,587,000||2,380,500|
|8||COLLEGE OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SCIENCES (COCIS)|
|(i)||CSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE||3 Years||1,666,350||2,499,525|
|(ii)||IST||BACHELOR OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY||3 Years||1,840,000||2,702,500|
|(iii)||BSW||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,719,250||3,339,313|
|(vi)||LIS||BACHELOR OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE||3 Years||1,388,625||2,221,800|
|(v)||BRA||BACHELOR OF RECORDS AND ARCHIVES MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,388,625||2,671,450|
|(i)||CSE||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE||3 Years||1,666,350||2,499,525|
|(ii)||BSI||BACHELOR OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY||3 Years||1,840,000||2,702,500|
|(iii)||SSE||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING||4 Years||1,719,250||3,339,313|
|(iv)||BLE||BACHELOR OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE||3 Years||1,388,625||2,221,800|
|(v)||BRE||BACHELOR OF RECORDS AND ARCHIVES MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,388,625||2,671,450|
|SCHOOL OF LAW|
|(i)||LAW||BACHELOR OF LAWS||4 Years||1,666,350||2,138,483|
|(ii)||LAE||BACHELOR OF LAWS||4 Years||1,666,350||2,138,483|
|NB:||All applicants for Bachelor of Laws (LAW & LAE) must sit and pass the Pre-Entry Examination set by Makerere University|
|10||COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, ANIMAL RESOURCES AND BIOSECURITY (VET)|
|(i)||VET||BACHELOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE||5 Years||1,777,440||2,962,400|
|(ii)||WHM||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN WILDLIFE HEALTH AND MGT.||3 Years||1,296,050||1,944,075|
|(iii)||MLT||BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY||3 Years||1,036,840||2,645,000|
|(vi)||BAP||BACHELOR OF ANIMAL PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY AND MGT||3 Years||1,388,625||2,082,938|
|(i)||BLT||BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY||3 Years||1,036,840||2,645,000|
|(c)||AFRISA – SPEDA – COVAB PROGRAMMES (DAY)|
|(i)||BLB||BACHELOR OF INDUSTRIAL LIVESTOCK AND BUSINESS||3 Years||1,115,000||1,667,500|
|(WITH OPTIONS FOR SPECIALIZATION IN YEAR TWO)|
|(i) Dairy Industry & Business|
|(ii) Poultry Industry & Business|
|(iii) Feed Industry & Business|
|(iv) Leather Industry & Business|
|(v) Commercial Insects & Wildlife Insutry|
|(vi) Ranching & Meat Industry|
|11||UP-COUNTRY CAMPUS (JINJA – MAKERERE)||–||–|
|(i)||CSJ||BACHELOR SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE||3 Years||1,666,350||2,499,525|
|(ii)||BSJ||BACHELOR OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY||3 Years||1,840,000||2,645,000|
|(iii)||DVJ||BACHELOR OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(iv)||BHJ||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,265,000||3,450,000|
|(v)||ADJ||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,520,875||2,314,375|
|(vi)||COJ||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE||3 Years||1,481,200||2,221,800|
|(vii)||ECJ||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,388,625||1,944,075|
|(viii)||DEJ||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,481,200||2,221,800|
|(i)||JCA||BACHELOR SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE||3 Years||1,666,350||2,499,525|
|(ii)||BIA||BACHELOR OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY||3 Years||1,840,000||2,645,000|
|(iii)||JDA||BACHELOR OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES||3 Years||925,750||1,388,625|
|(iv)||BJA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,265,000||3,450,000|
|(v)||JAA||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,520,875||2,314,375|
|(vi)||JOA||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE||3 Years||1,481,200||2,221,800|
|(vii)||JEA||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,388,625||1,944,075|
|(viii)||BDA||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,481,200||2,221,800|
|12||MAKERERE UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL (MUBS)||Year of||Ugandans,||International|
|study||E.A. & S. Sudan||(Tuition Fees|
|(Tuition Fees||per Semester|
|per Semester in UGX)||in USD)|
|(i)||COM||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE||3 Years||1,456,000||883|
|(ii)||BBD||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,495,000||883|
|(iii)||BHM||BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,410,500||883|
|(iv)||BIB||BACHELOR OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS||3 Years||1,410,500||883|
|(v)||BLH||BACHELOR OF LEISURE AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,360,000|
|(vi)||BBC||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS COMPUTING||3 Years||1,501,500||939|
|(vii)||PSM||BACHELOR OF PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY CHAIN MGT||3 Years||1,410,500||883|
|(viii)||BRM||BACHELOR OF REAL ESTATE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,404,000||910|
|(ix)||BLG||BACHELOR OF LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE||3 Years||1,404,000||910|
|(x)||BEC||BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(xi)||BSF||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE||3 Years||1,404,000||910|
|(xii)||BSA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(xiii)||BTT||BACHELOR OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,360,000||1,050|
|(xiv)||BES||BACHELOR OF ENTREPRENUERSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS MGT||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(xv)||BUS||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS STATISTICS||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(xvi)||BIM||BACHELOR OF OFFICE & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,501,500||883|
|(xvii)||BSM||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MARKETING||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(xviii)||BCM||BACHELOR OF CATERING AND HOTEL MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,547,000||1,052|
|(i)||COB||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE||3 Years||1,456,000||883|
|(ii)||BBA||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,495,000||883|
|(iii)||BHE||BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,410,500||883|
|(iv)||BTB||BACHELOR OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS||3 Years||1,410,500||883|
|(v)||BBE||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS COMPUTING||3 Years||1,501,500||939|
|(vi)||PSC||BACHELOR OF PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY CHAIN MGT||3 Years||1,410,500||883|
|(vii)||BME||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MARKETING||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(viii)||TLM||BACHELOR OF TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,404,000||910|
|(ix)||ACC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(x)||BOM||BACHELOR OF OFFICE & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,501,500||883|
|(xi)||LGM||BACHELOR OF LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE||3 Years||1,404,000||910|
|13||UP-COUNTRY CAMPUSES (MUBS)|
|(a)||EVENING PROGRAMMES||Year of|
|(i)||BSU||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(ii)||PSU||BACHELOR OF PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN MGT.||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(iii)||EEA||BACHELOR OF ENTREPRENUERSHIP & SMALL BUSINESS MGT||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(iv)||ASA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(i)||HSJ||BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(ii)||CRJ||BACHELOR OF PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN MGT.||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(iii)||BRC||BACHELOR OF CATERING AND HOTEL MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,547,000||1,052|
|(iv)||BRJ||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(v)||BJO||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(vi)||BEJ||BACHELOR OF ENTREPRENUERSHIP & SMALL BUSINESS MGT||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(vii)||BBJ||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS COMPUTING||3 Years||1,501,500||939|
|(viii)||BJS||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(i)||HSO||BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(ii)||BRO||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(iii)||CRO||BACHELOR OF PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(iv)||BJJ||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(v)||JBB||BACHELOR OF ENTREPRENUERSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS MGT||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(vi)||BJB||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS COMPUTING||3 Years||1,501,500||939|
|(i)||HNM||BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(ii)||CMM||BACHELOR OF COMMERCE||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(iii)||PMM||BACHELOR OF PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN MGT.||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(iv)||BMM||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(v)||BMA||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTING||3 Years||1,360,000||883|
|(vi)||MTM||BACHELOR OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,360,000||1,050|
|(i)||BNM||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(i)||BML||BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(iii)||PML||BACHELOR OF PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN MGT.||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
|(iv)||HML||BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3 Years||1,001,000||631|
NB: Note that each student shall be required to pay non-refundable functional fees in addition to
The tution fees as follows:
1. Makerere university (functional fees)(tuition fees per semester in UGX)
Ugandans, East Africans and S. Sudan internationals
(a) Semester one Shs.860,954/= Shs.1,516,253
(b) Semester two Shs.132,250/= Shs.132,250
- ) National Council For Higher Education fees (per year) shs.20,000/= (ALL STUDENTS)
Nb: Internship/field attachment fee of Shs.100,000/= per Semester is payable in Year I, Semester I and II for administrative costs.
2. Makerere university business school (functional fees)
- Semester one and two (paid once) shs.761,900/= usd.596
- National Council for Higher Education fees (per year) shs.20,000/=
3. Makerere university business school (up country study centres) – functional fees
(a) Semester I and II shs.761,900/= USD 596
- National Council For Higher Education Fees (per year) shs.20,000/=
How to apply
(i) (a) application is online for all applicants but diploma/degree holders and internationals will have to submit certified copies of their transcripts and certificates and a passport size photograph to Office 315, Level 3, Senate Building.
(b)Other relevant information can be obtained from undergraduate admissions office, Office 315, Level 3, Senate Building, Makerere University
ii) Non-refundable Application Fee of Shs.50,000/= for Ugandans, East African and S. Sudan applicants or $75 or equivalent for Internationals, UGX.281,250= plus bank charge of ugx2,750/= should be paid from the following banks:
(a) ANY STANBIC BANK – MUC – FEES COLLECTION ACCOUNT- 9030005866749
(b) ANY DFCU – MUC – FEES COLLECTION ACCOUNT- 01083500181477
(c ) ANY CENTENARY – MUC – FEES COLLECTION ACCOUNT-3740300001
(d) ANY POST BANK – MUC – FEES COLLECTION ACCOUNT- 630037000063
(e ) ANY UBA BANK – MUC – FEES COLLECTION ACCOUNT- 1006000018
(iii) Candidates who hold grades X, Y, Z, 7 AND 9 OF 'O'LEVEL results should not apply because they are not eligible for admission.
Diploma Holder applicants who hold class three (3) Diploma certificates or pass diplomas are not eligible for admission and therefore should not apply, except where stated in the diploma holders requirements.
Makerere University Online Application Portal User Guide
1Applicants should access the Institution's Admissions URL https://admissions.mak.ac.ug
Signup using full name, e-mail and Mobile No. Please note that your name must be similar to the one on your supporting academic documents for your application to be considered valid. If you changed your names please go to Senate Building Office 301 with an affidavit supporting the name change.
3 A password will be sent to both your e-mail and mobile number.
4 The system will prompt you to change the password to the one you can easily remember.
5 To fill a form the applicant clicks on the APPLY NOW button displayed on the running scheme..
6 Obtain a payment advice slip by clicking on "Pay for Form" button
7 Make a payment at any of the following Banks:
(a) Stanbic Bank
(b) Post Bank
(c) Centenary Bank
(d) DFCU Bank
(e ) UBA Bank
MOBILE MONEY PAYMENT STEPS:
1. Dail *272*6# on either Mtn or Airtel
2. Select option 3-Admission
3. Select option 3-Pay Fees
4. Enter reference number obtained from Application portal
5. Details of Application form will be confirmed
6. Enter PIN to confirm payment
7. Enter PIN to confirm payment
THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLYING WILL BE TUESDAY 30th APRIL, 2019.
(i)Applicants are strongly warned against presenting forged or other people's academic documents to support their applications for admission. The consequences, if discovered, are very grave indeed.
(ii) Do not buy any other documents not originating from the Academic Registrar's Office. Those who buy them do so at their own risk.
(iii) The Academic Registrar has not appointed any agents to act on his behalf to solicit for additional funds other than the application fee stated above.
(iv)The University has made arrangements to assist applicants who may need help to be able to apply online at Senate Building and Senior Common Room (Main Building)
ALFRED MASIKYE NAMOAH
Ambassador of Sweden to Uganda calls for full involvement of men and boys in achieving Gender Equality
The Ambassador of Sweden to Uganda Her Excellence Maria Håkansson has emphasized the need to fully engage men and boys in all the initiatives geared towards achieving Gender Equality in Uganda and other parts of the world. She said this on 28th November 2023 at a press conference organized by the Embassy of Sweden in close collaboration with Makerere University Gender Mainstreaming Directorate, UN Women and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to unveil the National Orange Pledge campaign and officially launch the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.
The press conference was headlined by a Ugandan rapper and record producer Daniel Lubwama Kigozi, popularly known by his stage name Navio and his fellow from Sweden Jason Michael Bosak Diakité popularly known as Timbuktu. Over 200 students both male and female from Makerere University and other institutions of higher learning attended the press conference at Makerere University Rugby Grounds.
According to Her Excellence Maria Håkansson, Gender Equality cannot be achieved without involving men and boys to take their responsibilities and be the drivers of change. “For real change to happen, we need to change attitudes and norms that might cause Gender Based Violence, one of the social ills in Uganda and an extreme of gender inequality that occurs at all levels of society,” she said.
Referring to the national survey conducted in 2020, the Ambassador was concerned about the escalating burden of gender based violence in Uganda when she said, “the Survey highlighted that 95% of women and girls experience physical or sexual violence since the age of 15.”
She therefore emphasized the Global 16 Days of Activism as key international movement to increase awareness and advocate for an end to Gender Based Violence. The Ambassador also mentioned that preventing and responding to Gender Based Violence is a cornerstone for Sweden’s commitment to promote democracy, human rights and gender equality and this is done as an investment in a society that upholds the principles of equality, dignity and justice.
She acknowledged the full participation of university students in all campaigns and activities geared towards achieving gender equality as well as ending Gender Based Violence when she said, “You are the leaders of tomorrow and you have an opportunity to build a future where everyone can thrive. So please use today to take an active stand against Gender Based Violence.”
Every year Uganda joins the rest of the world to enhance the global campaigns on 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence and also add a voice to the call for an end to violence against women and girls. These campaigns run from 25th November (the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) until 10th December of the Human Rights Day.
The United Nations Secretary-General’s UNiTE by 2030 initiative calls for global action to increase awareness, galvanize advocacy efforts and share knowledge and innovations to help end all types of violence against women and girls. This year 2023, the UNiTE campaign theme is; Invest to Prevent Violence against Women & Girls.
Over the years, Makerere University through its Gender Mainstreaming Directorate and School of Women and Gender in partnership with UN Women and many other partners have been at the fore front to support the campaign on 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence in Uganda. This has been done through debates, theatre forums, student dialogues, thematic artistic presentations, media exposures, drama and music skits presentation, and student peer led discussions and quarterly competitions.
This year 2023, the University in partnership with the Embassy of Sweden, UN Women and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) unveiled the Orange Pledge. According to Eric Tumwesigye the Senior Gender Specialist at Makerere University Gender Mainstreaming Directorate, this campaign calls upon government, policymakers, activists, civil societies, academicians, students and all members of community from all parts of the country to make their heartfelt pledges towards ending Gender Based Violence in Uganda and the rest of the world.
The UN Women Country Representative Paulina Chiwangu recognized the investment Makerere University, the Embassy of Sweden and UNFPA have made to end violence against women and girls. “Thanks to our collective efforts, the silence that used to shroud violence against women has now been broken” said.
In the same spirit, she acknowledged the progress Makerere University has made in establishing and implementation of the University’s Policy and Regulations against Sexual Harassment to protect students and staff from potential abuses of power and conflict of interest. She also applauded the increased support and training for students and the strengthened mechanisms for investigations that allow students and staff to anonymously report sexual misconduct.
“We are however, aware that despite this, sexual harassment is still happening in the university and that not many students report to the authorities when they experience it. It is therefore, our humble appeal to the university leadership to continue monitoring the implementation of the Policy and Regulations Against Sexual Harassment, take all allegations of sexual harassment and violence seriously, ensure that all personnel have information on available support services and take action to ensure that perpetrators are held accountable.”
Reaffirming the University’s position in fighting GBV and particularly sexual harassment, the Vice Chancellor of Makerere University Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe was highlighted the various measures Makerere University has put in place to prevent and respond to Gender Based Violence. To him, the Policy and Regulations against Sexual Harassment; the appointment and capacity building for the Vice Chancellor’s Roster of 100 eminent people from the various colleges and administrative units; recruitment and training of the Gender Mainstreaming Programme Student Peer Trainers and setting up Sexual Harassment Investigation Committees are bigger milestones to celebrate.
He appreciated the move by the Gender Mainstreaming Directorate and all the partners to embrace entertainment and artistry as a critical advocacy and awareness tool to reach several communities especially the youth.
“We firmly believe in the transformative power of music and the arts in promoting social change. Music and art does serve as a powerful medium to advocate for the world free from violence especially violence against women,” said to Mr. Dainel Alemu, the UNFPA Deputy Country Representative.
“It is heartening to see artists like Navio taking a stand and using their influence to challenge harmful norms. As we revel in the beats and melodies, let us not forget he underlying message that everyone , regardless of gender, has a role to play in fostering a world where everyone is free from shackles of gender based violence,” he added.
Speaking at the Press Conference at Makerere University Rugby Grounds, Navio said that for the 20 years he has been an activist of Gender Based Violence, he has faced the reality of many young girls and women in Uganda being victims of sex and physical abuse. He therefore sent a huge condemnation to men especially artists that who are perpetrators of Gender Based Violence and called for serious government action and clear policies and laws against such injustices.
Navio applauded the women and men who have stood tall over the years to fight against Gender Based Violence in Uganda when he said, “ As we launch the 16 days activism in Uganda and through these pledges we are making, let us be accountable for our actions. For long in our cultures, men have considered force and violence as power and protection. They have been tough to their children hence instilling fear to the extent that the children cannot freely interact with them on serious matters such as abuse and torture.”
He applauded all families that have adopted the new parenting model of free conversations and interaction hence encouraging children to freely open up whenever they have challenges. Navio also acknowledged the role of his mother Mrs Maggie Kigozi as a human rights activist and a champion in fighting against Gender Based Violence in Uganda.
Jason Michael Bosak Diakité popularly known as Timbuktu from Sweden appreciated the wider platform provided by the music industry globally for artists to act as role models and champion of change. The rapper highlighted the need to respect women for their roles and support towards community development.
“I am a son and it is extremely important for me to respect my mother and all women. Also being a father to a beautiful daughter, I am always eager and looking forward to seeing the best future for her. I want daught to grow up in the world where she is able to feel safe and be allowed to freely associate without being discriminated or threatened because of her gender,” he said.
Scholars & Alumni of Mastercard Foundation light up Achukudu Community, Napak District
By Bernard Buteera
On Saturday 2nd December 2023, all roads led to Achukudu Community Primary School in Napak District, Karamoja sub-region, as the Scholars and Alumni of Mastercard Foundation at Makerere University commemorated their Scholars’ Annual Day of Community Service (Giveback). The 2023 Scholars Annual Day of Community Service was held at Achukudu Community Primary School, Napak District in the Karamoja sub-region. Established in 2013, Achukudu Community School serves two ethnic communities—The Iteso and Karamojong.
With a total population of 1,097 pupils only three government-paid teachers, and nine community-paid teachers, the School faces a plethora of challenges. Key among the challenges is the lack of Classrooms, decent Ventilated Pit Latrines, and Desks. Therefore when the Scholars identified the School as one that deserved to be given a gift of a classroom block, it was a befitting choice!
The Scholars with support from the alumni, the Program Team, Members of the Steering Committee, and partners of the Scholars Program at Makerere University intervened by constructing a two-classroom block, which was supervised by one of the alumni who is an Engineer. Alongside the classroom block, the Scholars also provided 40 desks, helping the school meet UNEB Center eligibility criteria.
While presiding over the event, the area member of Parliament, Hon. John Bosco Ngoya, thanked the Scholars and alumni community at Makerere University for supporting the young pupils of Achukudu Primary School and the entire community by gifting them with a two-classroom block.
“Thank you Scholars and alumni of Mastercard Foundation at Makerere University for the Christmas gift of a classroom block to the young people and the entire community of Achukudu. This classroom block will go a long way in improving the learning environment of the young children of Achukudu primary school.” Hon. Ngoya pointed out.
Hon. Ngoya called upon other people to emulate the Scholars and alumni of the Mastercard Foundation in embracing the spirit of giving back to the vulnerable people in the community. On his part, he donated One Million Five hundred shillings (1,500,000/=) to help the School purchase more desks, and he had earlier contributed One million shillings (1,000,000/=) towards the construction of the classroom block.
The District Education Officer (DEO) for Napak District, Ms. Joyce Nakoya, praised the Scholars Community for embracing and practicing the spirit of giving back to other people at an early age.
“Thank you Scholars and alumni of the Mastercard Foundation at Makerere for embracing the spirit of giving back to other people at such an early age. If all people gave back to the less privileged in our communities, we would have a better world for everyone.” Ms. Nakoya pointed out.
Ms. Nakoya further pointed out every child deserves to study in a decent environment, therefore it was a befitting cause for the Scholars to construct a classroom block for the young pupils of Achukudu community primary school, who were studying in open grass thatched classrooms.
The Program Manager of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at Makerere University, Ms. Jolly Okumu who led the team of Scholars, alumni, and staff to Karamoja thanked the community of Achukudu for supporting the Scholars to deliver the class block by contributing to the construction sand.
“We come here today to join with you as a community driven by a shared commitment to education, empowerment, and ethos of giving back. Today is a historic occasion as we celebrate the completion and commissioning of the classroom block, which is a remarkable testament to the transformative power of education and our unwavering spirit of community service.” Ms. Jolly remarked.
The President of the Scholars Association, Mr. Godfrey Okello, thanked all the Scholars and alumni, and all stakeholders who contributed to the construction of the classroom block, which was a dream that became a reality.
“I would like to thank my colleagues and people of goodwill who supported us to realize our dream of constructing this classroom for our young brothers and sisters of Achukudu Primary School. Together we can make a difference in the lives of our fellow young people in Uganda and Africa as a whole.” Mr. Okello remarked.
The Headteacher of the School, Mr. Eryebu Raymond, who was visibly very excited was full of praises for Scholars and alumni of the Mastercard Foundation, for what he termed as an iconic classroom block they had gifted to his School.
“This day is very special to us, we will not see this day again. We are delighted to receive the Scholars and alumni of Mastercard Foundation from Makerere University, thank you for considering supporting our School” Mr. Eryebu excitedly remarked.
The Headteacher revealed that one of the major challenges the school was facing was an acute shortage of classrooms for his 1,097 pupils. He was therefore grateful to Mastercard Foundation Scholars for choosing to construct a two-class block for the School.
“This donation of a classroom block and Desks is a testament to your commitment to education and empowering the lives of the vulnerable people in the community. This classroom block and desks will go a long way in improving the quality of teaching and learning at our school.” Mr. Eryebu further remarked.
The 2023 Scholars Annual Day of Community Service (Giveback) was punctuated with a lot of joy, pomp, and fanfare, as the pupils and the entire community of Achukudu danced and ululated at the commissioning of the classroom block. The construction of the classroom block and purchase of desks for Achukudu Community Primary School was made possible by generous contributions by the Scholars, alumni, the Program Team, and members of the Steering Committee.
Among the Partners who made financial contributions towards the class block construction included; DFCU Bank, Post Bank, URA, Katumba Estates, Footsteps Furniture Ltd, and Sion Travels Ltd.
The Scholars and Alumni Day of Community Service (Give back) is an annual event, where Scholars and alumni of the Mastercard Foundation go out into the community to give back by providing solutions to challenges that a particular community is facing. Over the years Scholars have given back to the communities in numerous ways that range from offering professional services and erecting major projects like classroom blocks.
Bernard Buteera is the Communications and Public Relations Officer of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at Makerere University.
Innovations using low cost locally available materials for point of use water treatment system unveiled
The College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT) conducted a Research Dissemination of two studies aimed at the Development of Materials for point of use water treatment systems.
The investigations were conducted by a team of researchers comprised of P. W. Olupot, H. M. Kalibbala, E. Menya, G.M. Wangi, J. Jjagwe, J. Wakatuntu, M. Turyasingura, R. Walozi, C. Kanyesigye and R. N. Kulabako.
The dissemination event held on Wednesday 29th November 2023 follows the successful completion of two MakRIF supported Research projects namely; Development of rice husk based granular activated carbon for point-of-use water treatment systems and Development of zeolite-based nanocomposite filters for drinking water treatment.
General5 days ago
Application Forms for Admission to Public Universities 2024/2025
General6 days ago
African Universities urged on developing comprehensive safeguarding policies with critical elements of safety & protection
Agriculture & Environment2 weeks ago
RUFORUM 19th AGM Urges Africa to Take the Lead on Climate Action
Agriculture & Environment5 days ago
Soybean Breeders Deliberate Strategies for Improving Productivity
Humanities & Social Sciences2 weeks ago
Anthems of the World Concert for the United Nations Day, 2023, in Uganda