A total of 3,700 students are set to graduate at Kampala International University (KIU) on Saturday 17th November at the university’s 19th graduation ceremony which will be held at the main campus based in Kansanga.
The graduands are set to receive undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, among which six students will be awarded doctorate degrees (PhDs), and 36 students will walk away with first-class degrees in variouis fields.
Ahead of the university’s graduation ceremony, the acting Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Professor George Nasinyama has noted that they (KIU) are excited to graduate this huge number in a single session as he explained that this shows how the university is growing.
“We are pleased to have this significant number of graduands, one of the biggest in our history for a single graduation session. This is clear evidence of the growing number of students that are attracted to KIU’s mix of quality of programmes, facilities, and quality academic staff.” Prof Nasinyama said.
Prof Nasinyama, who congratulated the graduating students, encouraged them to go out, shine, and make KIU proud as great ambassadors of the Kansanga-based campus.
Statistics show that since its establishment in 2001, KIU has graduated over 40,000 students to date as it continues to grow in terms of student numbers, infrastructure, and facilities, which can provide a world-class education to all its students. The University offers a whole range of academic programs ranging from humanities, social sciences, business, law, health sciences, and engineering sciences.