Ndejje University Vice Chancellor Prof Eriabu Lugujjo at the institution’s 18th graduation ceremony yesterday urged fresh graduates to uphold ethics and integrity at their work places as a way to show that Ndejje students are different from the rest.
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The Friday event so off 2,700 graduates from the university that graduated with masters, bachelors and diplomas. 51.9percent of the graduates were female while 48.1percent were males
“As a university we are happy to see more females graduating which is a good gesture since they are the mothers of the nation and once you educate the mother then you have educated the nation,” he said
Students were also urged by the State Minister for Higher Learning John Chrysostom Muyingo to continue learning because learning does not end and above all make significant differences in the country since they have acquired the skills.
According to the 4th International Colleges and University Rankings Ndejje University was ranked Uganda’s best private university.