Victoria University has today Monday, 4th October kicked off its freshers orientation ceremony virtually due to the closure of universities in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19. According to a statement shared on the university’s social media platforms, students will use the state-of-the-art, NCHE-endorsed online learning system.
“Our historic virtual orientation has kicked off TODAY.This marks the beginning of our new semester. Our students will use the state-of-the-art, NCHE-endorsed online learning system, #VClass. You have a few days left to join us. Apply NOW via eadmissions.vu.ac.ug.” The statement reads.
All institutions of higher learning are expected to reopen next month for physical lectures as directed by President Museveni during his recent address on COVID-19 matters.
More updates from Victoria University indicate that the institution has entered an agreement with Uganda Police. As part of the agreement, the university will train 30 officers from the Uganda Police Force.
“The Commandant of the Counter-Terrorism Police paid a courtesy visit to Victoria University. Agreed: We will train 30 officers from the Uganda Police Force.” The university announced.