Excellence only and only excellence.



Wakiso, Kabale, Kampala, Namutumba, Tororo, Soroti, Ntungamo, Manafwa, Busembatya, Agago, Gulu, Kisoro, Rukungiri, Bushenyi, Lira, Nakasongola, Iganga, Fort Portal, Entebbe and Masaka. We believe our students will start ripples of transformation that will affect entire families and communities.

Where there is a KUZA student, there is hope and ability for transformation!

We are glad that transformational leaders have been equipped in different fields and spheres of influence. Several of them are already making a difference where they are!

We have graduates in:

  • Social Work and Social Administration
  • Accounting and Finance
  • organisational leadership and Management
  • Small scale Business Management
  • Business Administration
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Education
  • Commerce
  • Quantitative Economics
  • Hotel Management
  • Cosmetology and Beauty
  • Organizational Leadership


Academically:  In 2016, 17 KUZA students graduated from Seeta High School.  2 students gained admittance to Makerere University on government sponsorship. 4 students finished their university programs. Amos Waswa graduated top of his faculty at Ndejje University.

Leadership:  Musa Euka has joined Mercy Nairuba and Ice Agumeneitwe in leadership at Seeta High School as a prefect and Scripture Union Chairperson. At the blessing mass of S.6, we were blessed to see most of our candidates take the stage among the very few student who represented their class in different activities. James Alibawani in his capacity as the leader of all university students from Eastern Uganda organized the students to clean up Namutumba town where he comes from. It is amazing to witness such great influence and service by one of our own.

KUZA Family:  Our students enjoyed time together at the work camp and three retreats. Our university students enjoyed fellowship twice a month at the leadership development sessions.

Serve:  We had a team of 53 students spend a week in Manafwa district. Many activities were carried out mainly to improve the sanitation of the families and motivate young people and children. Students constructed kitchens, toilets, bathrooms, dug compost pits, and clean waters sources. They also gave out gifts like clothes, soap, sugar and salt to families. KUZA students held a seminar to talk to secondary school going students. It was a time of bonding for KUZA family since all students were there and worked together.

Our university students also reached out to Sanyu Babies Home and did a lot of cleaning, compound maintenance and also gave the home some gifts. This was special because it was an initiative of the students themselves and was funded by them. It is encouraging to see them catch the heart for service and reach out to the needs of those around them. 

2015 highlights

Academically:  In 2015, 9 KUZA students graduated from Seeta High School.  Of those 9, 8 gained admittance to Makerere, Uganda's most prestigious university. Veronica Nakayima graduated with a diploma in social work in the spring.  

Leadership: At Seeta High School, one of the best schools in the nation, KUZA students are routinely selected for positions of leadership.  It's remarkable that kids that come from low-income families are chosen by their peers at this elite school. This year, Duauda Zilaba is a dorm captain, and Ice Agumenaitwe and Richard Opoka are class leaders. Derrick Magezi was elected Secretary for his college.

KUZA Family:  This year, several of our students lost family members, and KUZA family was there.  Groups of students attended burials, helped with the cooking and feeding of many people who attended the burial, and even pitched in from their own Student Savings Co-op to help with expenses.  In the fall, KUZA students celebrated our Operation Manager's wedding with Mr. Simon Kabugo! 

Serve: This year, students have cleaned up in the community, volunteered with at-risk youth, worked at farming at a children's home, and participated in various internships.

KUZA House:  We are grateful for a bigger home where KUZA university students live.  This beautiful home is conveniently located on Lubaga Hill in Kampala, and can comfortably house our 17 university students.  

Our students are outstanding!  If you are a business in Uganda and want to learn more about how you can partner with KUZA to have one of these amazing young leaders intern or work at your place of business, contact KUZA Uganda here.