Congolese win Victoria University Cultural gala event

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The Congolese students at Victoria University in Kampala emerged the best during the institution’s international cultural day after putting up a spectacular performance. DR Congo students dance during the cultural event Patrick Tingityabo one of the winners attributed to their success to team work and rich culture of DR Congo “Congo is a rich and wonderful country, we love each other and our country is so amazing,” he said. Rwandese students (left to right) Perez Denis, Tatiana Bunyenyezi, Nsns Gatwetch and Comfort Natangaza display their culture. The event on that…

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Fresh Kid tops his class

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While ending this term at Kampala Parents’ School (KPS), Fresh Kid alias Patrick Ssenyonjo was announced among the learners who topped the Primary Two in his stream. The jubilating rapper went on his official social media handles and laughed out loud to those who mocked him when he joined KPS earlier this year. It should be remembered that many people criticized the young rapper for joining Kampala parents while others said that he could not manage the standard at the school. For sometime, Frsh kid has been off the scene…

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DR Sudhir and his Son Rajiv Ruparelia Grace Kampala Parents School Graduation Ceremony 2019

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It was excitement, pomp and glamour as Kampala Parents School pupils and parents came together for end of year party/ graduation for the school lower classes. Dr Sudhir Ruparelia, of the Ruparelia Group, graced this year’s graduation ceremony at Kampala Parents School together with his son Rajiv Ruparelia We have learnt that over 300 pupils graduated from Kindergarten or pre-primary to Primary level. Kampala Parents School is a private mixed primary school located in Nakawa Division of the City Council of Kampala. It is a day school providing a local…

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“You are failing Makerere University”, MPS accuse Prof. Nawangwe


A Member of Parliament has suggested to his colleagues on the Education Committee to relieve embattled Makerere University Vice Chancellor Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe of his duties for sometime because “he has failed to make independent decisions.” Mr Emmanuel Ongiertho, the Jonam County MP says Prof. Nawangwe’s does not seem to be in charge given what he described as his erratic decision making in the face of crisis. “My first submission is to relieve him of his responsibilities for some time. You [Nawangwe] seems to be getting instructions from somewhere,” Mr…

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5 Reasons why you need to enroll at Victoria University Kampala

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Over the past few years, Victoria university has dominated East Africa in being the most popular university destination for students from all over Africa. Somehow, even with the growth of other options in other countries, students continue to choose to pursue their Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Victoria University What makes Victoria University so special? To answer this question, we will run through the top five reasons students tend to always choose Victoria University for their education, and what sets this university apart. 1. Victoria university invests in optimized classroom experiences As technology…

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Kampala Parents’ School PLE Candidates begin exams with blessings from Archbishop Ntagali


The Archbishop of Church of Uganda, The Most Rt. Rev. Stanley Ntagali on Thursday prayed, blessed and dedicated primary seven candidates of Kampala Parents’ School (KPS) to God ahead of Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) that took place on Monday and Tuesday. The dedication service started at 7:00 am in the Main Hall with praise and worship songs, led by the pupils’ choir. The 236 KPS prepared candidates are among the 695,793 candidates that sat for the exams administered by the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB). The Archbishop urged all candidates…

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MPs want Nawangwe to resign


A section of Members of Parliament have called for the resignation of Makerere University Vice Chancellor Prof Barnabas Nawangwe following a protracted student strike and subsequent ‘brutal’ arrests of students. The call by MPs comes just days after armed military officers stormed Lumumba Hall, a male students’ residence and reportedly broke into about sixty rooms where they destroyed students’ property on top of beating them up as reported in the media. The raid on the students’ hall was a subsequent of the students’ protest against a 15 per cent tuition…

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East Africa got talent winners Ezekiel and Esther visit Victoria University Kampala


East Africa got talent duo wieners Ezekiel and Esther paid a courtesy visit to Victoria University Kampala. The duo was welcomed by Naiya  Ruparelia and they were given a special treat.  Naiya rewarded the duo with a special treat at Speke Resort Munyonyo that will include a boat cruise, swimming in the Olympic pool, horse riding, lunch and dinner. It should be remembered that the duo recently captured Ugandans attention with their performances at the inaugural East Africa Got Talent competition that were held in Kenya. Upon winning on the…

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Victoria University offers free First Aid training to Motor Sports rally Drivers and Co-Drivers in Uganda


Victoria  conducted the ever first Free First Aid Training to Motor Sports rally drivers and co-drivers on 10th -Oct-19October 2019. The training took place at Victoria Towers where the University is housed. The training was aimed at reducing to the barest minimum injuries and accidents in driving especially during racing. Uganda Motor sports rally drivers and co-drivers, students and staff of various Universities were in attendance. The training’s theory had a section and a hands on skill training in the well and fully equipped Nursing skills laboratory of Victoria University.…

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Choosing the right school for your child is an important decision as a Parent to make and we want to be able to help make this a straightforward process for you. We recommend that you visit our school, ask the questions important for you and of course see the school at work. Kampala parents school has been a school of choice for many years. They work incredibly hard to ensure that every child is cared for and supported to achieve more than they thought possible. Standards are high, along with…

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Launch your career at Victoria University with a course in the Faculty of Health Sciences.


Welcome to Victoria University Faculty of Health Sciences where improving health and saving lives is key. The faculty’s mission is to improve the healthcare of individuals and communities in the region globally through world class research, learning and practice. Recognized as Uganda’s emerging Leader in health education and research, the programs we have are informed by cutting-edge research integrated with high quality teaching. The academics include outstanding staff that are national and international leaders in their fields, providing a transformational student-centred learning experience. Facilitated by outstanding staff, our state-of-the-art learning…

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Victoria University holds 4th Graduation Ceremony.


Victoria University held its 4th graduation ceremony at Speke Resort Munyonyo where about 50 students from the faculties of Health Science, Humanities & Social Sciences, Business & Management as well as Science & Technology have today graduated at Victoria University during a ceremony held at Speke Resort Munyonyo. The ceremony was held under the theme ‘Developing Agents of Change.’ Presiding over the event, Dr Martin Aliker, the university chancellor, noted that there are several opportunities for skilled and creative graduates. “Go out and change the world starting with the mindset.…

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A cry of a parent at Hillside Primary School Naalya


I am writing this piece of information with a lot of pain as a parent that today’s schools are silently killing our children’s emotions and morale. My daughter is at Hillside p/s Naalya P.4,they are ill treated, intimidated, threatened and beaten everyday I.e, if you don’t score 80% and above you are canned 10 strokes which is inhumane. All the kids are unhappy and live in total fear. My daughter used to be good in every subject and was among the best 5 but now is not and I have…

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Victoria University hands over 300 scholarships to Kampala Capital City Minister Hon. Betty Kamya


Victoria University Kampala through its top leadership donated 300 scholarships to the youth in Kampala. The scholarships were handed over to Kampala Capital City Minister Betty Olive Namisango kamya by Mr. Rajiv Ruparelia and wife Naiya. Rajiv Ruparelia Group Managing Director said that the minimum qualification for the degree programme is two principal passes and one principal pass for those enrolling for diplomas. The minister thanked Victoria University for coming up with such a scholarship scheme aimed at improving the welfare of the youth in Kampala. She called upon the…

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21 KISU Students Graduate in International Baccalaureate.

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21 Kampala International school students graduated in International Baccalaureate. The School Director Steve Lang said IB programme is the most prestigious Qualification and its Recognized by over 600 Universities all over the World. The students who graduated are expected to be Awarded scholarships worth Half a Million US Dollars from Universities in America,Canada,and United Kingdom. Kampala International School Uganda which offers an international education to students between 2 and 19 years of age, sits on about 14 acres of land and it bases on the English National Curriculum for the…

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Kampala Parents School enrolls Fresh Kid aka. Ssenyonjo Patrick


Patrick Ssenyonjo, popularly known as Fresh Kid was on Thursday officially enrolled at Kampala Parents School for studies. Fresh Kid who is a former pupil of St Agnes Primary School in Kawanda, joined Kampala Parents School after receiving a scholarship from the Ruparelia Foundation. The school administration set conditions for his stay at the school as his parents and school administrators signed a memorandum of understanding. Speaking during the signing of MOU at the school in Kampala, the director Ms Daphine Kato said that fresh Kid has to attend classes…

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Schools defy govt on holiday coaching


Some schools across the country have defied a government ban on holiday teaching, with some extending teaching for two weeks after the term closed. For example, Trinity College Nabbingo extended their term for a week at a cost of Shs70,000 while at Mt St Mary’s Namagunga, students have had to pay Shs150,000 for the two weeks during the holiday. Ms Dorothy Matovu, the head teacher of Trinity College Nabbingo, said: “We have been doing it; even last year we did it and no parent has complained to me. This extension…

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Victoria University VC. Assoc. Prof. Krishna N. Sharma releases book on physiotherapy and occupational therapy

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On Thursday 9th  May 2019, Assoc. Prof. Krishna N. Sharma, who recently bagged the record of Youngest Vice-Chancellor of Victoria university Kampala-Uganda released his latest paperback book Advanced Techniques in Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy (ISBN 9789388958509). Prof. Sharma said that this 246 paged book is for physiotherapy and occupational therapy students and professionals. The book is designed after considering undergraduate and postgraduate PT/OT curricula of several international Universities. Ms. Susan the President of the Uganda Physiotherapy Association said, “that she is happy and proud that the  Vice  Chancellor  of  Victoria …

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