2022 GRADUATION LIST Date: 28 – 10 – 2022 Prospective graduands are advised to verify and confirm their full names, classifications and PROGRAMMES on the attached 2022 GRADUATION LIST. Those with queries can submit through email or contact the following officers during office hours: Email: email@example.com Ms O Marekwa: 3650330 Ms T Koolopile: 3650328 THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF CORRECTIONS: 4th OCTOBER 2022 GRADUATION APPAREL/GOWNS CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE FOLLOWING APPROVED SUPPLIER: ANGELS ENTERPRISES PLOT 6413, UNIT 5, NOKO ROAD BROADHURST INDUSTRIAL TEL: 3132829/3971168 CELL: 7169076 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org SEE YOU ON GRADUATION DAY: 28th OCTOBER 2022 SEE GRADUATION LIST BELOW!!!!!! FACULTY OF RESEARCH AND GRADUATE STUDIES MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CROP SCIENCE (AGRONOMY) Sylvia Boineelo Kgokong (201600405) Orata Tshomarelo Ndubo (200600002) MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CROP SCIENCE (HORTICULTURE) Maduo Opelo Kolanyane (201100183) Mooketsi Lesego (200400340) MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING (LAND USE PLANNING) Lucky Sitayelo (201500019) UNDERGRADUATE GRADUANDS FACULTY OF AGRIBUSINESS, EDUCATION AND EXTENSION DIPLOMA IN AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION Student ID Student Name Classification 202000776 KGATITSWE, OITSHUPILE DISTINCTION 202000778 LETLHOMAME, JUSTICE MERIT 202000768 MPATANE, OLEBOGENG MERIT 202000767 OSENOTSE, POLOKO MERIT 202000766 SEAGATENG, DANIEL MERIT 202000772 PHATE, GAONTEBALE MERIT 202000777 SEJO, MALAKIE EDWIN MERIT 202000764 MAGOGODI, NKITSENG ORATILE MERIT 202000765 GWAKUBA, PETER MERIT 202000769 ODUBENG, MMOLOKI MERIT 202000763 RAMARUBISI, KEABETSWE MERIT 202000773 KHUDU, BOITSHEPO MERIT 202000770 MOGOPODI, KELEBONYE CREDIT BSc IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS Student ID Student Name Classification 201700219 NTOGELENG, TSHEPANG AMANTLE FIRST CLASS 201800047 MOLEFE, OLERATO 2i 201800246 MOTSWAGOLE, MARTHA GABAITSE 2i 201800249 KGETSE, AMOGELANG SARAH 2i 201700344 GAOTINGWE, MPHOENTLE 2i 201800292 AGANG, MARANG SEANOKENG 2i 201800282 LESOPE, GOABAONE 2i 201800255 GOSENYANG, BATENG 2i 201700340 SEHUNELO, ALLEN BONE 2i 201700338 PHALALO, THEETSO TERRANCE PARADISE 2ii 201700350 MATSAPA, KABELO 2ii 201800273 SEGWE, PEO TSOTLHE 2ii 201700369 BAAKILE, MAATLA SALORATO 2ii 201800275 SEKWATI, BONNO 2ii 201700363 KGOSANE, BOBBY THULAGANYO 2ii 201800461 GAONGALELWE, PAUL OWEN LESEDI 2ii 201600299 LEKETO, MUEDAH LEBONE 2ii 201600138 KENYADITSWE, TEFO 2ii 201700366 GABANAKGOSI, THATAYOTLHE 2ii 201700380 MUSTAPHA, MUAZZAM 2ii BSc IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION Student ID Student Name Classification 201900080 MOLEBATSI, VIVIAN 2i 201700031 MANKGA, TUMELO 2i 201800195 TSHELANE, BOTHO KEFILWE 2i 201600033 NYAWE, KABO 2i 201800168 BODULE, OFENTSE 2i 201600302 LETEEMANE, TSHEPISO MCDONALD 2ii 201800441 CHARUKA, JOSHUA 2ii 201800008 SAMOHEMBO, BRIGHT 2ii FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE BSc IN AGRICULTURE Student ID Student Name Classification 201800036 LEBESE, KEALEBOGA FIRST CLASS 201800034 MOVUMBURWA, MOKENA 2i 201800024 MBULAWA, KEGOMODITSWE 2ii 201800387 MPONA, PHEMELO ALEXY 2ii 201200049 MOLEFHE, AOBAKWE PASS BSc IN AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION Student ID Student Name Classification 201800383 RAMOETI, RELEBOHILE JOSEPH 2i 201800013 OABILE, KEOLOPILE 2i 201700264 RATLHOGO, GODIRAONE KENNEDY 2ii 200400252 CHAKALISA, KGOSIETSILE 2ii 201700296 ENOSA, TUDUETSO KATHY 2ii 201800457 TLALI, LEEPO LUCAS 2ii 201600290 OSHA, MORANODI FRANCE 2ii 201300282 KORONONEO, KELELELO KABELO PASS 201600081 MOSARWANA, TSHEPHANG PASS 201700266 LEPONO, TUDUETSO LORATO PASS 201800236 NALEBOMO, SYLVIAN KGOSIETSILE PASS 201600118 KOKO, MOKWADINYANA PASS BSc IN CROP SCIENCE Student ID Student Name Classification 201800084 KGOSIMOLAO, BOSA LAPOLOGANG 2i 201200258 KALAEMANG, AMOGELANG 2i 201700120 JOEL, DUNCAN 2ii 201200146 GAOBOWE, TSHEPHANG 2ii 201800093 NGANDE, OLEBILE AUBREY 2ii 201800193 ALFRED, IRENE 2ii 201300279 KELEFITLHETSE, GOFAONE PASS BSc IN FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Student ID Student Name Classification 201800229 MPATANE, MONICA BLONDIE FIRST CLASS 201800069 MOLEME, RETHABILE FIRST CLASS 201800065 NCUBE, NEO SEGAMETSI 2i 201800068 MALEBOGO, TSHEPHANG 2i 201800075 GABANAKGOSI, BOMOLEMO ONE 2i 201800078 NTSHAMBIWA, KATSO TWINKLE 2i 201800200 BAOPEDI, ATANG PATIENCE 2i 201800209 DIBOLOTSE, GOBONAONE 2i 201800382 SETSHWANE, TSHEPISO 2i 201800083 MODISE, NALEDI 2i 201700263 SEKOMOTA, GONTSE 2i 201100196 MADISA, FIONA OPELO 2i 201800073 KOKELETSO, TSHEPO 2i 201800077 THAKADU, NTHABISENG 2i 201800171 KEMMAPATSE, MASEGO 2ii 201800160 NKWE, TSHIRELETSO LAVONNE 2ii 201800207 MAKOYONGO, TSHIAMO 2ii 201200284 LATIWA, NAMETSO ANITA 2ii 201700252 BOTSANG, BRIAN 2ii 201800208 CHARLES, ABELANANG 2ii 201700268 LENTSWE, RETHABILE 2ii 201800384 KHUDU, KONONO 2ii 201800385 MOUWANE, MATSHIDISO 2ii 201400082 MABOTE, KEITUMETSE 2ii 201000244 MOTSUMI, THEBOLO TUTU 2ii 201600352 BAKANE, TSHEPHANG SEGO 2ii 201500195 MAFUSI, RESEGO TSHIAMO 2ii 201600188 LETSWEE, KEOBAKE MBAKI 2ii 201600205 MOITOBO, NAMETSO GOFAONE PASS BSc IN SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION ENGINEERING Student ID Student Name Classification 201800220 JABULANI, NOKOTHULA KGOTSO 2i 201800217 LEBEKWE, CATHRINE KATLEGO 2i 201700168 GASENNA, TSHEPHANG KGOSI 2i 201800408 RABOKALA, KEEME ROSE 2i 201800263 MAGOLA, BAONE OCEAN 2i 201700381 CHAOTSANE, THATO 2ii 201800323 KEOKGALE, AKIM MHEMEDI 2ii 201800414 SERUNYA, OTSOGILE 2ii 201800240 KGOTLAETSHO, SUSAN TLHALEFO 2ii 201500208 MUBU, KGOSITHEBE BRANDON 2ii 201600199 SAKANE, TUMO 2ii 201800222 KEBOPELWANG, MOSIAMI NONOFO 2ii 201800224 CHILISA, KARABO 2ii 201800335 TLADI, MOSHA SHAUN 2ii 201700080 CHUCHU, THABO 2ii 201600092 SEITISO, ATANG GAONE 2ii 201800331 MAKGETHO, PORTIA 2ii 201700084 SEBATA, OBLIGATTO 2ii 201700091 MOSEKI, JUNIOR METLHA 2ii 201800394 BOBI, TIMMY 2ii 201800413 KASHE, RUANG 2ii 201700059 MAPHO, THUTO PASS 201700062 LETSHABO, TUMELO GORATA PASS 201700076 SELEKE, AGANG ANGELA PASS 201200028 THUSANG, KABELO PASS 201200246 MOSIMANEGAPE, ONKUTLULE TEBOGO PASS 201700071 KGANGYAME, BOSWELL KOKETSO PASS 201800388 LEKGETHO, KEALEBOGA PASS FACULTY OF ANIMAL AND VETERINARY SCIENCES BSc IN ANIMAL SCIENCE Student ID Student Name Classification 201800464 NTLHABANG, THANDIE First Class 201800459 RODGERS, GOMOTSEGANG 2i 201700137 MOSWANG, BONE 2i 201800329 OBEETSWE, KEOAGILE 2i 201700165 MAINGA, DAVID 2i 201800355 MODIKWA, MMAPULA CHARITY 2i 201800201 TSELE, BOFELO 2i 201800074 KGWEENYANE, SADIQUE 2i 201800367 KEOLOPILE, REFILWE 2i 201700153 KGOPOLO, SIBUSISO LESEDI 2i 201700174 NCUBE, LAME BOND 2i 201800353 MATENGU, TSHOGANETSO 2i 201800350 RAMONTSHONYANE, KETSALETSWE 2ii 201800301 SETLOGELO, JUNIOR GRAIG 2ii 201800298 MOSEKIEMANG, LAONE LEE 2ii 201800310 MAFOKO, MMOLOKI TSHOTLHE 2ii 201800354 FRANCE, KEOBAKILE 2ii 201800351 NTHUPISANG, POLOKO 2ii 201800319 TSHIRELETSO, DIPHETOGO 2ii 201800161 MONAGENG, ONNEILE NELLY 2ii 201800305 DIBEBE, LEILAMANG 2ii 201800348 MOTANYANE, EMMANUEL 2ii 201800029 KAVINJA, MUNIKA 2ii 201700127 KAELO, BURTTLET 2ii 201800342 KETHOKILE, ALBERT ALI 2ii 201800294 LEBENTLELE, BOFELO MOPATI 2ii 201800175 DIANE, LAONE MONICA 2ii 201800146 MOSHELEKETI, BARULAGANYE BABEDI 2ii 201800338 KOLAGANO, THUTO PUSHIE 2ii 201800446 SHIME, KATLO 2ii 201700183 DIKGANG, KABO 2ii 201700146 THEBEETSILE, ROSE SETHUNYA 2ii 201800191 RACHABA, THATO 2ii 201700182 MOKGWATHI, KEORAPETSE 2ii 201700128 MOGODI, LEFANG KAGO 2ii 201600211 GABANAKGOSI, TEMOGO PASS 201600227 LAETA, KEEMETSWE PASS HIGHER DIPLOMA IN ANIMAL HEALTH AND PRODUCTION Student ID Student Name Classification 201900233 MOTHETHO, OFENTSE NDIDOGA MERIT 202000437 MONTWEDI, TUMO GORDON MERIT 201900263 PILANE, IKANYENG CREDIT 201900376 HIKUAMA, WAME CREDIT 201900201 LEBURU, KEORAPETSE CREDIT 201900294 SAMPISI, DOREEN 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STUDY ABROAD WITH BUAN
Going abroad is an incredibly enriching experience and a great opportunity to experience something new. Take advantage of all of the opportunities available to you at the university, including spending time studying abroad and learning. There are lots of opportunities for BUAN students to explore new countries, learn about other cultures and make friends for life but most importantly explore their potential in the market environment. The BUAN and the KENNERET Academic College of Israel has established a student exchange and training program between the two institutions. Batswana students pursuing a Degree or Higher Diploma programme at BUAN can be attached on practical training in Israel for a period of 11 months. Courses taken overseas through our exchange programme form part of your study programme without adding an extra year or semester, and there are many additional benefits: gain a new perspective on your studies · develop a more international outlook travel to new and amazing places · make friends from all over the world enhance your CV and develop skills that will make you stand out receive support and recognition through the programme ·
The Student Representative Council (SRC) is the peak representative body for students at BUAN. The SRC is a student government elected by the student themselves in order that it represents the general student body when it has to discuss matters of their interest with the University Management. All full time students of the University are eligible for election to any of the positions, and once elected the SRC holds office for one academic year. Mr Moitlamo Mpinda SRC – President
University is about independence. It’s a time for self-discovery and adventure. You can expect to be challenged throughout your time with us, but you can also be reassured that support is available to you, whatever your circumstances. From your first day on campus until you graduate, there is a range of support services and facilities available to you whatever your needs may be. These include: Access to personalised support from a Counsellor or Wellbeing Practitioner should you need it, as well as Welfare officer in your School or department. Self-help guides written by clinical psychologists and containing practical advice and support for a range of issues that may be affecting your sense of wellbeing
The University has Student Centre, which houses the student welfare office, Clinic and the Nurses’ office, Recreation Officer, Catering Supervisor, the SRC, the gymnasium, student bar and a multipurpose hall which can be used for such sporting codes as basketball, volley ball, badminton and table tennis. Sport is a key part of life at BUAN. Choose a wide range of sports clubs, whether you’re an elite athlete or a beginner, and play an active role in the BUAN outdoor facilities. These include tennis, volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball and athletics. Rugby players use facilities in town while those interested in karate use facilities at the Botswana Defence Force Glen Valley barracks. All sporting entertainment activities provided by the University are open to all BUAN students. In view of a wide range of sporting- codes a number of volunteer sport coaches have been enlisted to assist the Recreation Officer in coaching different sports codes.
Health Services aims to provide convenient, confidential and comprehensive medical care to registered students at BUAN at no cost. We work in coordination with other health-related services on campus and in the community. Our clinic is staffed by qualified, experienced and friendly medical personnel offering consultations, ante-natal care, laboratory, and pharmacy services among others. “As you concentrate on your studies, allow us to take care of your health”.
“A successful journey on campus begins with friendships and great food”. We know you need a flexible set of options to fit round your busy life. You might prefer to have breakfast at town. At the weekend, you may want to get off campus and explore the city. If you choose accommodation (undergraduate) then your living allowance will be credited right in to your account and is expected to cover every meal, seven days a week. There are refectories within the institution providing students with meals at a reasonably less price. If you live off-campus, you’ll still be part of the university and you’ll still have the same access to all the facilities, activities and support networks as our on-campus students.
The Student Welfare Office is mandated to improve the student experience in the university. The office handles student’s accommodation services, reception of new students, student leadership development, management of residence life and the general welfare of students at the university. We ensure that as a student you have a conducive living and learning environment. We can help with the following: assist with the registration and enrolment process provide information, guidance and resolution on financial enquiries and provide information on financial aid options provide assistance and production of academic documents assist with enquiries on all elements of the student record support with appointment diagnosis and appointment bookings with services guidance and information on how to access and use all Student Services resources and how to understand University procedures support and information to assist with welfare issues
Coming to BUAN might be your first time living away from where you grew up. Whatever you choose, you will find a range of safe welcoming and friendly options for accommodation. We have five hundred and forty-four (544) beds on campus. Each applicant who wishes to stay on-campus must submit an application for accommodation immediately upon receiving their admission and they will be notified about the outcome of their application well in time before the commencement of the semester. Most of the accommodation is on sharing basis, but both male and female students have different blocks. There are a few hostel blocks which collectively can accommodate one hundred and eighty-two (182) students on a non-sharing basis. Each of the blocks has a common room where the students can relax and watch TV or play one of the several in-door sporting activities. There is also a laundry with several washing machines for students under the care of the Student Representative Council (SRC). Some of the hostel blocks have wardens’ flats attached to them, which house some Resident Assistants. The Resident Assistants have their initial substantive jobs but have volunteered to assist in the student welfare services. It is an extension of the Director, Academic and Student Affairs' office to provide accommodation and other services to students and they stay on campus near the hostels such that they may attend to the general student needs.