Written by on June 11, 2022

Kampala International University is marked as the best private University in Uganda and it has marked its 25th graduation with 2554 students who graduated in several courses ie Bachelor of Business Administration,Bachelor of Science in wild life management and consavation, Bachelor’s of medicine and others

At this first past COVID 19 graduation at the campus 1359 making 57% of the graduates are male and 1035 making 53% are famele.

The graduation Championed by the past Makerere University Chancellor and the NSSF director Prof. George Mondo Kagonyera who urged students never to relax before reaching to the heights of their interest as the the KIU university motto states “Exploring the Heights”.

Kagonyera also urged the graduates never to waste the knowledge they have acquired from education they have received in things that dedevelope the country and the world atlarge and the world to welcome and utilize their energies in full capacity.

Prof. Mondo Kagonyera

Prof. Mouhamad Mpezamihigo the Vice chancellor at the same event advocated the hardships they have gone through to make such students since they studied during the COVID 19 periods and he says they have got the best skills since the campus got the best E-learning station in Uganda and he admitted that the world will benefit much in there output.

Speeking to the parents at the spot Muhamad Kirumira the known City Tycoon whose student was one of the graduants says that should not only consider the learnt knowledge to seek for jobs but to be creative and start there own jobs.

Tycoon:Muhammad Kirumira

Graduants also praised there parents who managed to pay there tuition in the difficult times of COVID 19 which crippled the economy and the parents’ incomes were very low but managed to pay the dues.
On the other hand, Elizabeth Ankunda a graduate in mass communication reveals that at the beginning,there lecture room the number was beyond 100 but they only graduated 64 which defines the Godly provision in the final racers.

Graduants:Ruth Ankunda

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