The university of Kisubi celebrated its 6th graduation ceremony on Saturday 9th April with 305 students across different disciplines were awarded certificates, diplomas, bachelor’s, and Masters’ degrees.
On this ceremony the university awarded the best performed students with the highest cumulative grade point average (CGPA), at masters level Rose Nalugemwa attained a CGPA of 4.68 in masters of arts with education leadership, Saul Mugisha was the best bachelors’ student with 4.78 CGPA in Business Administration and Management, Grace Kitinisa was the best diploma student with a 4.55 CGPA in Social Works and Administration and Catherine Nakinobe attained a CGPA of 4.5 at certificate.
Br. Casio Aizire the university chancellor thanked the government of Uganda, parents, guardians and all sponsors to the students that made them start the journey of their success with quality education.
Br. Dr Deogracoius Mugema the university vice chancellor reported that on February 01st 2022, Kisubi University moved from the 43rd rank in 2021 to 25th in 2022 according to AD Scientific Index Ranking for Scientists in Uganda.
He also thanked parents and all sponsors of the graduates for having stood with the students in all ways until they have completed their studies with quality education.
Rt hon Robinah Nabbanja the prime minister who was the guest of honour praised the University board for the favourable collaboration with the government of Uganda and promised to continue offering more funds to the university in terms of burseries especially to science students since it’s making them proud by producing good science teachers.
She also congratulated the graduates for putting all efforts and reminded them on the next chapter they have reached on by asking them to be time managers, trustworthy people, making right choice on people they associate with in order to become successful in life.
The prime minister also emphasized that aids is real and kills, so she requested them to avoid alcoholism since it the main cause of temptations that results to aids, crimes and death.