Connecting students to an inspiring global network
We know that the diversity of the students studying at the GEMS Cambridge International School – Kampala is one of its greatest strengths. Diversity is one of our greatest strengths too.
Our global network of schools is made up of over 250,000 students from over 150 nations, studying in 14 countries around the world. It's this global reach and diverse student body which makes us inspiring global educators.
From GEMS Schools in Africa, to our ecoles in France, our Kampala private school is closely connected to teachers and students from many different cultures all over the world. Through social interaction and by studying and experiencing other cultures and belief systems, this rich diversity will instill a unique international understanding in your child - just what they need to succeed in an increasingly globalised world.
We offer an amazing range of cross cultural experiences to students at our Kampala private school, all thanks to very special initiatives which link our students to other non-GEMS schools around the world.
Teachers and advisors
This diversity is mirrored by over 20,000 teaching staff, specialists and advisors who are on hand to ensure all students at the GEMS Cambridge International School – Kampala, have access to the specialist resources and assistance they need.
The school is also supported by an influential and highly experienced team of advisors, including world leaders and esteemed international education experts.
The GEMS Cambridge International School – Kampala, is just one of a wider network of GEMS international schools that educates students in Europe, Africa, North America, Asia and the Middle East. This provides you with the opportunity to transfer your child between GEMS schools if your circumstances were to change.
The GEMS network includes schools in: