The Eritreans also represented their country.

Victoria University celebrated the 2018 international day in style with various incredible performances prepared by the various cultural groups from ten different countries in the university.

Ten countries were represented and these included; Ghana, Somalia, Nigeria, India, South Sudan, Uganda, Congo DR, Rwanda, Burundi and Eritrea.

The event started off with singing of all the national anthems of the represented countries.
Dr. Krishna-N-Sharma, the University’s Vice Chancellor, also graced the event and took part in showcasing the Indian culture starting with the signing of the Indian National anthem.


Students from different countries showcased their way of dressing, traditional dances and how to prepare different dishes to the judges and the public.
It was an enjoyable and lively day for the students, families, guests and friends who attended, with a lot of delicious food prepared from the different countries.

The second edition of the event was held on Saturday, 13th October at the university’s parking lot along Jinja Road.
The International day at Victoria University is held annually.

About Victoria University
The university is centrally located in the heart of Kampala City and on the main public transportation routes coupled with ample parking space.
Victoria University is part of Ruparelia Group of Companies, which has a strong presence in the education sector in Uganda and has under its portfolio, Kampala International School Uganda, Kampala Parents School and Delhi Public School International.

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The university was opened in August 2010 and has the capacity, the facilities and determination to revitalize higher education in Uganda and in the region.

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