1,139 students graduate from MNU

MNU holds its convocation ceremony. (Photo/MNU)

1,139 of Maldives National University (MNU)’s newest graduates have received their certificates. 

The graduates received their certificates in a convocation ceremony held on Saturday and Sunday. 

The highest number of graduates were from the Nursing School. 427 students graduated from the school. They included 418 female students and nine male students. 

The second highest number of graduates were from Faculty of Education. 185 students graduated from the Faculty of Education. They included 152 female students and 33 male students. 

MNU holds its convocation ceremony. (Photo/MNU)

Meanwhile, 121 students graduated from Faculty of Sharia and Law. They included 76 female students and 45 male students. 


Faculty of Arts: 49 graduates 

Faculty of Engineering, Science and Technology: 63 graduates 

Faculty of Health Sciences: 73 graduates 

Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism Studies: 41 graduates 

MNU Business School: 108 graduates 

Center for Maritime Studies: one graduate 

Center for Foundation Studies: 68 graduates 

MNU holds its convocation ceremony. (Photo/MNU)

12 graduates received the presidential award for topping their courses, and 77 received the distinction award. 

Speaking at the convocation ceremony, former Prosecutor General Ahmed Muizzu said educated individuals were respected in Maldivian society, which also had certain expectations of them. 

“Society believes educated individuals must be fair. That they must make decisions without any bias. That they must always speak justly,” he said. 

Former Prosecutor General Ahmed Muizzu speaks at MNU's convocation ceremony on March 27, 2022. (Photo/MNU)

Muizzu advised the graduates to practice such virtues. 

The MNU is the largest government educational institute in Maldives.