All the 333 are from the University of Rwanda’s six colleges. Out of this total, 133 will be awarded undergraduate degrees, while 200 will be awarded postgraduate academic honours that include doctoral degrees, masters, diplomas and certificates.
The College of Arts and Social Sciences boasts the highest number of prospective graduates with 117 to receive their degrees. It is followed by the College of Business and Economics with 83. The College of Science and Technology has 70 graduands, while 33 are from the Musanze based (Busogo) College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine. Both the College of Education and the College of Medicine and Health Sciences have the fewest graduates, with 19 and 11 respectively.
According to UR management, the decision to organize the upcoming mini graduation was based on the desire to offer level playing ground to all finishing students who wound up their studies in 2021 to celebrate their hard work in a single year. The intention is to do whatever it takes on UR’s part to maximise everyone’s chances of moving on with employment or further studies.
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