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CIU Community Day

CIU Community Day

The University hosted a free entry event where students, staff and members of the community. The attendees were treated to aerobics, student performances, live band/performances, plenty of yummy food among other performances.

The event is happening all thanks to the University’s partnership with International Hospital Kampala (IHK). The event will kick off at 9 AM on March 26th.

CIU 12th Graduation

CIU 12th Graduation

So many lessons at the CIU 12th graduation. Just a few things I wrote down from the commencement speaker, Mr. Robert Kabushenga
1. The story of leadership, innovation and transformation has been captured in the life of a 70-year old man called Dr. Ian Clarke (the proprietor of CIU. And from Ian we learn a few other lessons:
2. Courage means that even in the presence of fear, you still act. So be courageous to try anything and everything
3. When you are in a position of advantage, do good and be generous to other people.
4. If you see people you admire, follow them
5. Trust the process
6. Keep learning
7. Be authentic-comfortable in your skin
8. Be pragmatic. Avoid procrastination
9. Hope can deliver if you keep it alive.
10. You owe it to yourself to learn everything you can learn. So keep on learning
Congratulations
NIRA ED Kisembo Tips Graduates on Acquiring Practical Skills

NIRA ED Kisembo Tips Graduates on Acquiring Practical Skills

The Executive Director of National Identification Registration Authority (NIRA), Rosemary Kisembo has expressed the need for all university graduates to acquire practical skills needed in the job market.

She made these remarks during the 2021 Refactory graduation and Awards ceremony held at Clarke International University in Bukasa-Muyenga. Refactory is a program tailored to make tech talents job-ready. She called on software developers to lessen the complexity in their software “so that clients can be able to make upgrades on top of improving upon data privacy for all users.

Dr. Rose Clarke Nanyonga, the University Vice Chancellor, noted that they decided to start up this institution after receiving several complaints from various employers that majority of the graduates, despite their good grades, can’t put what they learnt into practice.