Victoria University Ready To Logistics and Transport Programs


With the ever growing global trade practices, logistics and transport are becoming an integral part of doing business, international. To complete the circle, high learning institutions are teaching these subjects to professionalize the trade. Victoria University which in April was accredited as a member of the International Ambassador for the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) is set to launch Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Programs on 23rd May 2019 at Kabira Country Club. Ashaba is the founder and chief executive officer of Bambino Life Foundation, an organization…

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Nigeria Armed Forces Command and Staff College Students visit Uganda

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33 Nigerian Armed Forces Command and Staff College Students led by Brig Gen LA Adegboye are on a study tour in Uganda that commenced on 11th May 2019 and is set to end on 18th May 2019. During their meeting with the UPDF Senior leadership at the UPDF headquarters Mbuya Hill, the UPDF Chief of Training and Recruitment[CTR] Maj Gen Willis Byarugaba, who represented the CDF Gen David Muhoozi welcomed the Nigerian delegation and lauded them for choosing Uganda as their study tour destination. Maj Gen Byarugaba observed that there’s…

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Victoria University Vice-Chancellor Releases Book on Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy


  Youngest Vice-Chancellor Assoc. Prof. Krishna N. Sharma Assoc. Prof. Krishna N. Sharma, who recently bagged the record of Youngest Vice-Chancellor has just released his latest paperback book Advanced Techniques in Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy (ISBN 9789388958509). Prof. Sharma said that this 246 pages book is for physiotherapy and occupational therapy students and professionals. The book is designed after considering undergraduate and postgraduate PT/OT curricula of several international Universities. It encompasses 32 advance orthopedic/manual therapy, neurological, vestibular and cardiopulmonary physiotherapy and occupational therapy techniques. The content is in-depth but precise…

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Victoria University Awards Miss Curvy with Full Scholarship

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Prof. Krishna N. Sharma, Vice Chancellor of Victoria University in photo with Miss Curvy participants  Victoria University Awards Miss Curvy with Full Scholarship on tuition for overall winner and 70%scholarships on tuition for the remaining 24 contestants for our Masters, Bachelors, Diploma and Foundation programs and free short course in Public Speaking and Presentation for all contestants Victoria University is a premium University accredited by the National Council of Higher Education and Uganda Nurses and Midwifery Council. It stands out as a pivot of academic excellence, offering a fresh and intellectually…

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Makerere University to host the Annual Media Convention (AMC)


By Nicholas Shawn Mugarura. The department of Journalism and Communication (DJC) of Makerere University will host the Annual Media Convention this week, on Thursday April 25th under the theme“communicating science in the social media age: Sharing technical Information from researchers with the public.” The event will be graced by Technology and Innovations Minister, Dr. EliodaTumwesigye, journalists, media practitioners, policy makers, journalism students and other stake holders. According to the Journalism and communication’s head of department, Dr. William Tayebwa, the annual event is aimed at providing a forum for discussing emerging…

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Fresher’s Ball Ushers In New Students At Victoria University

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The population at Victoria University has this ongoing semester expanded tremendously after new students commenced their post-secondary education at the Ruparelia Group owned University.  New students at a well-organized fresher’s ball ,drinks and dinner flowing  The university, like it is a tradition, welcomed the new students at a well-organized fresher’s ball. The part was held at Kampala Parents School, which is also an education established of Ruparelia Group. The part which started at about 7pm went on smoothly with students getting to know each other over drinks and dinner. The…

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It’s time to change Africa Now


(Ambrose Byamugisha Muhoozi,Victoria University –Kampala Uganda) The current pace of globalization gives no choice to African countries: they must integrate into world markets if they wish to succeed. Africa has more than its fair share of small poor economies because of fragmentation that it inherited from European colonizers, making Africa the continent most prone to ethnic-based conflicts. Yet, African countries impose the heaviest artificial barriers around their borders on top of this. It’s time to change this. The continent is made up of countries that have small domestic markets, limited…

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It is an academic tradition in many Institutions of Higher learning to list students on the Vice Chancellor list. These“academic giants” get themselves listed in recognition for their outstanding performance. While this tradition could go unnoticed and not felt by the students as a motivation factor for many Institutions, Victoria University brings the tradition to vibrancy by hosting the students to a dinner every semester. 44 students that accessed this prestigious honor in the previous semester have been hosted to a special dinner at La Paroni restaurant along Parliamentary Avenue.…

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Victoria University Support Alumni Who Is Uplifiting Girls In West Nile

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Vice Chancellor Victoria University Dr. Krishna N. Sharma handing a dummy cheque to Nile Girls Forum  founder  Mary Peace Pimer, Many times when we complete university and graduate, we hit the employment lanes. It is a sad story for many who have struggled or worse failed to land an employment opportunity. But for Mary Peace Pimer, a Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics graduate from Victoria University, life after university has been dedicated to creating hope for hopeless young girls in West Nile and the greater Northern Uganda through her Nile Girls…

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Victoria University’s Vice Chancellor Creates Record As Is World Youngest Vice Chancellor


Dr. Krishna N. Sharma, the Vice Chancellor of Victoria University in Kampala has another achievement to celebrate after Unique World Records as Limited, a registrar of records based in India accepted his claim as the world’s youngest Vice Chancellor. Dr. Krishna who first joined Victoria University as dean faculty of health sciences in January 2017, was later on 9th July, 2017 elevated to the university’s top administrative job of vice chancellorship at the youthful age of 32 years of age, 6 months, 15 days. “We are pleased to inform you…

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