After a year of vibrant learning, students of Victoria University were treated to a glamorous end of year papar at Speke Resort Munyonyo over the weekend. The luxurious party was one way the University successfully tries to bond with students.
The University guild president Maria Peggy Nabunya described the concluding year as a great year. She then wished her mates a happy festive season.
The University vice chancellor Dr. Krishna N. Sharma acknowledged that 2018 has been a good year but they are not satisfied as a University because ‘we haven’t reached that level that we want as a university,” he told Earthfinds in an interview on the sidelines of the party.
On the academic side, Dr. Sharma said students have published over 35 publications. Victoria University this year was also able to finalize with a Memorandum of Understanding with Coventry University to teach trainers of trainers in the oil and gas sector at Kichwamba Technical Collage in Kabarole. “We have finished with the curriculum are we are hopeful that next year, it will be executed,”
Victoria University, according to the vice chancellor, also signed an MoU with Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and will soon start running their programs.
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