The joy of completing post secondary education with a degree, diploma or certificate was evident when Victoria University held its second graduation ceremony at Kabira Country Club.
Twenty three students walked away with degrees in different disciplines while two took home diplomas. The university acting Vice Chancellor Godfrey Nyakana said about 150 students earned certificates in different courses but most notably in oil and gas management.
Three students earned a bachelor of nursing science, five students graduated with bachelor of midwifery science, six students were awarded a bachelor of public health and one student got a bachelor of computer science.
Also, one student got a bachelor of IT, two students got a bachelor of banking and finance, and other two students got a bachelor of business administration while one student each got a diploma in social work and social administration and business information systems.
Nyakaana said the University currently boosts of 199 students undertaking studies in the four faculties. Of the total number of students, 97 students come from outside Uganda. He revealed that the student sex ratio is three males to two females.
The Promoter of the University Rajiv Ruparelia congratulated the successful students and advised them to be humble in the employment world. “This is just the beginning, go out and start small. Don’t look for big jobs like being Managing Director. Get lowers jobs and get experience then grow within the ranks to the top: Rajiv said.