One of the greatest strengths of KISU as a learning community is its diversity.
KISU students come from over 50 different nations around the world. Generally around 15% of students are Ugandan, with the remainder being made up of small groups, or even individuals, from the four corners of the world.
The teaching staff at KISU is also very diverse with professionals from, for example, UK, the US, Uganda, India, France, Ireland, Canada, Kenya, Australia, Lebanon, Sweden and Belarus.
This richness and variety is not something that we takes for granted but rather something we cherish and celebrate and through it we nurture young people who are inclusive and tolerant and whose approach to the people they encounter is characterized by a clear and deep sense of brotherhood. Just look at a typical group of friends socializing together at break-time and count how many different continents they represent, never mind countries!