Victoria University recently held its third graduation ceremony at Kabira Country Club under the theme ‘transformational Education in the 21st Century’. Unlike the previous graduation ceremonies, this time around, the faculty of health sciences passed a significant number of graduands with a bachelor in science in public health and bachelor of human nutrition and dietetics.
Dr Martin Aliker, the university chancellor, promise to build a unique university transforms human beings and churn our students who think for themselves and are ready to provide solutions to the public.
Dr Martin Aliker, the university chancellor, said it is pleasing to see that the vice chancellor and his team are dedicated to achieving this goal. “I urge you to maintain these principles and even aim higher,” he said.
He tipped graduating students to maintain networks they have made while at school because they will need them in the future. “Take up responsibilities in government, the private sector and other walks of life.”
Celebrating students graduated with degrees, diplomas and certificates. The guild president, Maria Peggy Nabunya, said the University has done its best to make students excel. “The University has provided an environment to learn and be able to compete in the job market.”
Dr. Emmanuel Katongole who spoke as the commencement speaker said employers are looking for a person with ethics and integrity, transparency, quality, accountability and ability to execute assignments.