Chancellor of Victoria University Dr. Krishna N. Sharma rewarding one of the students

One of Victoria University’s core values is excellence in all that they do. Over the weekend, the Vice Chancellor of Victoria University Dr. Krishna N. Sharma was very pleased to recognize twenty one students who attained a CGPA of 4.4 and above in the last semester.

These are the students who made it to the coveted Vice Chancellor’s list. The students had dinner with the Vice Chancellor and the Senior Management Team.

The occasion was crowned with a presentation of a Certificate of Achievement to each one of them. This was on Saturday 17th November 2018; a day that has gone down in the annals of our University and will always be cherished by the beneficiaries. The occasion was held at Fang Fang Chinese Restaurant-roof top of Communications House.

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The Academic Registrar of Victoria University Kampala Uganda, Mrs. M. G. Katusabe -Ssemwezi said that, “The objective of the Vice Chancellor’s Dinner is to recognize Victoria University undergraduate students who excel academically with a CGPA 4.4 and above.”

Ms. Alice Akurut, a student of Bachelor of International relations and Diplomatic studies that made it to the VC Dinner list said, “Saturday was lovely and couldn’t have wished for anything better. Thank you for recognizing our efforts and we hope it will be a motivation to others in turn. Thank you Vice Chancellor, Academic Registrar, Deans plus Marketing team for making us feel at home.”

VC with some of the best students.

Victoria University, Kampala Uganda has for some years now become Uganda’s leading state-of-the-art University. The University stands out as a pivot of academic excellence, offering a fresh and intellectually thriving environment that nurtures critical and progressive thinkers.

The institution is committed to the advancement of higher education worldwide. Currently they have students from countries such as Congo, Nigeria, Ghana, Pakistan, India, South Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Eritrea, Somalia among others by establishing exemplary education tailored to the needs of the African Market, with the courses offered strategically focused at employment-oriented education and aimed at Creating Scholars empowered to provide cutting edge solutions.

Leadership, Critical Thinking, Excellence, Leadership, Student, Centeredness, Professionalism, Innovation, Passion, Humanity and Integrity are the core values that are part of the Victoria University experience.

At Victoria University, they have international and local collaborations, so the students are assured of extensive hands on training every semester. This enables them acquire distinctive skills and knowledge of a working environment and making them competitive anywhere they will be after graduating from Victoria University.

Victoria University is a research active institution where students enjoy the benefits of working with experts who are well informed and up to date with new research and developments in their respective disciplines.

The university is centrally located in the heart of Kampala City and on the main public transportation routes coupled with ample parking space. It was opened in August 2010 and has the capacity, the facilities and determination to revitalize higher education in Uganda and the region.

The excelling students were from all the Faculties pursuing the following programmes of study which are indicated against their respective names in the table below;

NO

NAME

FACULTY

PROGRAMMES

CGPA

1 Peter Isiko

Faculty of Science and Technology

Bachelor of Computer science

4.59

2. Shalom Mwesigwa

Faculty of Science and Technology

Bachelor of Computer science

4.71

Nigisti Habtemariam Kidane

Faculty of Health sciences

Bachelor of Nursing science

4.7

2. Kahambu Kapakasi

Faculty of Health sciences

Bachelor of Nursing science

4.5

1. Mariah Peggy Nabunya

Faculty of Health sciences

Bachelor of Public Health

4.6

2. Aaron Sempa Kitratius

Faculty of Health sciences

Bachelor of Public Health

4.6

1 Hussein Ahlam Abdulhakim

Faculty of Business and Management

Bachelor of Business Administration

4.67

2 Emmanuella Bira Alika

Faculty of Business and Management

Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics

4.5

3 Patrick Wafubwa Nawinyi

Faculty of Business and Management

Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics

4.89

4 Juliet Nakasinde

Faculty of Business and Management

Bachelor of Tourism and Hotel management

4.64

1 Joyce Nakito Chukuna

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Foundation program

4.63

2 James Kasozi Musinguzi

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors In Journalism And Media Studies

4.50

3 Maureen Atukei

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors Of International Relations And Diplomatic Studies

4.60

4 Alice Akurut

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors Of International Relations And Diplomatic Studies

5.00

5 Angella Linda Aruo Akiror

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors Of International Relations And Diplomatic Studies

4.90

6 Aisha Asta Toure

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors Of International Relations And Diplomatic Studies

5.00

7 Cynthia Rutaro

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors Of International Relations And Diplomatic Studies

4.54

8 Johnathan Tigityabo

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors Of Human Resource Management

4.70

9 Allen Shayna

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors Of Social Work And Social Administration

5.00

10 Alberta Horlu

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors Of Social Work And Social Administration

4.70

11 Teddy Meliisa Nankya

Faculty of Humanities and social sciences

Bachelors Of Social Work And Social Administration

5.00