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600 students set to graduate from UB

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Despite the struggles caused by covid-19, 600 students have managed to meet their graduation requirements from the University of Belize. Since the University in a lock down phase, the students needed to complete most of their coursework through online teaching and learning modality.

Despite the struggles caused by covid-19, 600 students have managed to meet their graduation requirements from the University of Belize. Since the University in a lock down phase, the students needed to complete most of their coursework through online teaching and learning modality. The Board of Trustees congratulates the students on their hard work during this time. UB also noted that for the first time, they have produced more graduates at the Bachelors level compared to the graduates at the Associates Level. There will be 281 Bachelors graduates and 241 Associates graduates. Majority of the graduates are females, and 18% of them completed their requirements with honors. The highest achievers were Andres Hung with an Associates in Biology and Chemistry, followed by Chen-Yi Wu with a Bachelors in Pharmacy and then Delicia Choc, with a Bachelors in Medical Laboratory Science. The University is planning for its graduation ceremonies in Punta Gorda Town, Toledo District, and in Belize City, both scheduled for the month of October.

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