By Andrew Irumba
A total of 50 graduands have graduated from Victoria University at its 4th graduation ceremony, which was held Saturday at Speke Resort Munyonyo, Kampala.
Among the 50 students who graduated were those from the Faculties of Health Sciences, Technology, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Business and Management.
The graduands received their testimonials to mark the successful completion of their university studies.
This year’s graduation ceremony was presided over by Victoria University Chancellor Dr Martin Jerome Aliker, Vice Associate Prof Krishna N. Sharma and University Promoter Mr. Rajiv Ruparelia.
Also in attendance was Dr David Byatike Matovu the Chairman University Council and Senior Presidential Advisor on ICT Dr Ham Muliira.
Owned by the Ruparelia Group of Companies, Victoria University is the first University in Uganda to run the Advanced Diploma in Logistics and Transport program accredited by Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), with which they entered a partnership recently.