By Spy Uganda
Kampala: Victoria University on Friday, February 19 2021 held their 5th graduation ceremony under the theme ‘Educating with a purpose”.
The university graduated over 47 students who scooped awards from different faculties including Health Science, Humanities & Social Sciences, Business & Management and Science & Technology among others.
Juliet Nakasinde of the Faculty of business and management emerged to be the best student with a CGPA of 4.70, while Nigisti Habtemariam Kidane with a CGPA of 4.69 and James Kasozi Musinguzi from the faculty of Humanities and Social Management had a CPGA of 4.24 were awarded prizes for being among the best-performing students.
Two students John Chol Akuien and Robert Ssewava who are the pioneers of the master’s degree program also graduated with a master of business administration.
During the ceremony held at Munyonyo Resort Hotel, Dr.Sudhir Ruparelia the University Proprietor said that his team is committed to playing a leading role in bringing and developing high–quality, student–centered learning opportunities based on standards of excellence that are unique, innovative, and difficult to match.
On therehand however, the University Chancellor Prof Dr Opuda Asibo John noted that Victoria University is a modern university of experiential learning with cultivated benefits of Ruparelia Group of companies and enterprises an experience says makes it very unique.
Hailing the students for reaching on the final day of their education caliber, Prof Asubo said, “When you are inside Victoria University, you are in a very comfortable environment and you are sheltered from the hustle and bustle of the city. Where else in Uganda do you study in the university and experiences the maximum of humanity in the city on society expect Victoria University?”
Meanwhile, at the same event, the University management noted that registration for the February-March intake is going on at the University head offices at Victoria Tower along Jinja road but most importantly the University has over a hundred bursaries for new students in a bid to boost the education industry in Uganda.