Four hundred eighty six students of Bishop Barham University College, who on Friday graduated in various disciplines, have been urged to maintain the values of the college. The colourful function was held at the university’s grounds.
Vice-chancellor, Prof. John Ssenyonyi said “We are incredibly proud of each and everyone of our 2018 graduates as they enter their next stage of their careers. Graduation is a wonderful occasion to celebrate success, and thanks for the hard work you’ve invested in,” he said.
“Please keep the values of BBUC wherever they go.”
His grace Rt Rev Stanley Ntagali, the archbishop of the Church of Uganda, who’s the chancellor of the Uganda Christian University urged the graduates to ‘be graduates of a difference wherever they go, trust God the almighty and to market BBUC in the world.”
The university is located at Rugarama Hill, at the headquarters of the Diocese of Kigezi in Kabale Municipality. It was founded by the church of Uganda.