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Victoria University Sees 47 Students Graduate

Victoria University Sees 47 Students Graduate

A minimum of 47 students from different faculties graduated from Victoria University. The virtual ceremony that happened at Speke Resort Munyonyo saw students from faculties of Health Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Business and Management as well as Science and Technology.

The University themed its graduation ceremony ‘’Educating with a purpose’’. The best-performing students were also awarded prizes.

A student from the faculty of Business and Management, Juliet Nakasinde emerged as the best with a CGPA of 4.70. In 2nd place, Nigisti Habtemaariam Kidane emerged with a CGPA of 4.69. James Kasozi Musinguzi from the faculty of Humanities and Social Management came in third with a CGPA of 4.24.

Two students graduated with a Master of Business administration.
The Chancellor of the university, Prof Dr. Opuda Asibo presided over the ceremony. He also noted that Victoria University is a modern university of experiential learning with cultivated benefits of the Ruparelia Group of companies and enterprises. He said the experience from the place makes it very unique.

‘’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 experience humanity except at Victoria University?’’ Prof Asibo said.

He advised graduates to accept every little opportunity as well as advice from anyone willing to give it.

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