First rising privately owned university, Victoria University (VU), recently launched an anthem at national theater in Kampala. The song which was composed by Diplock Segawa and VU students and performed by students of VU is aimed at boosting the University’s identity.
“The song communicates the values of VU and what it intends to offer to the education sector and region. The anthem also signifies growth of the university as it embraces students of from the region and diaspora,” Elvis Nimaro, Senior Marketing and Recruitment Specialist at Victoria University said.
He added that the anthem creates identity and communicates the values of the University to the market. “It signifies who we are besides our brand and logo.” He added.
Victoria University owned by Ruparelia Group continues to stamp its presence on the country’s education sphere by investing in facilities and human resource that are ensuring that students get quality education.
The University stands out as a pivot of academic excellence offering a fresh and intellectually thriving environment that nurtures job-ready, critical thinkers and pushes pedagogical boundaries.
“We are committed to the advancement of higher education in the country and the East African region by establishing exemplary, specialized and employment-oriented education,’ Dr. Krishna N. Sharma, the VC said in a previous interview.
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