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21 students have graduated from Kampala International School

Kampala International School Graduates 21 Students with Prestigious Qualification

KISU Director Steve Lang said that International Baccalaureate is the most prestigious award and is recognized by over 600 Universities all over the world.
posted onMay 30, 2019
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By Kampala Post Reporter

21 students from Kampala International School (KISU) have graduated in International Baccalaureate, one of the most prestigious qualifications for students leaving secondary education.

The colorful graduation ceremony took place on Thursday at the School premises in Bukoto. KISU Director Steve Lang said that International Baccalaureate is the most prestigious award and is recognized by over 600 Universities all over the world.

According to Lang, the graduates will be awarded scholarships worth $500,000 from Universities in America, Canada and United Kingdom.

“This qualification is recognized by over 100 universities including the top 10 universities in the States and Britain. So it is an extremely prestigious award. Generally, our students will on average exceed the world average which is 29 points,” Lang said adding that the KISU performance average for last year was 31 points.

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