ISU’s Merit & Needs Based Scholarship Programme
ISU invites outstanding students, who have completed O Levels or will be completing their IGCSEs / IB MYP, to apply for its partial Scholarship Programme. This programme aims to provide a pre-university education to academically, artistically or sportingly gifted students for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. The programme seeks to identify exceptional students who have the aptitude to thrive in an academically rich and culturally diverse international setting, set a good example to their peers and become future leaders in their community.
Scholarships will be considered for the following:
• Arts (one or more of Visual Arts, Drama, Music)
ISU will provide a scholarship for a successful candidate for a period of 2 years, 2019-2021, covering up to a maximum of 75% of the school fees.
All documentation will be reviewed by the Scholarship Committee. Only successful applicants will be contacted.
• More about the Merit & Needs Based Scholarship Programme
• Merit & Needs Based Scholarship Application Form
• Merit & Needs Based Scholarship Financial Form
Please click here to read about our former and current scholarship students.
Christina McConnell Full Scholarship Programme for Ugandan Citizens
ISU invites outstanding Ugandan students, of secondary school age, for its Full Scholarship Programme. The prospective candidates are students who are financially, socially, and economically disadvantaged. They are orphaned, or otherwise lacking parental support. Students need to demonstrate high scholastic and emotional maturity, be talented and gifted individuals and have the aptitude to thrive in an international setting and become future community and leaders in Uganda.
ISU will provide a scholarship for a successful candidate for a maximum of 3 ½ years. Due to the differences between the Ugandan and IB Programmes it is recommended that the student enter at the end of Grade 9 (S3) or the start of Grade 10 (S4).
All documentation will be reviewed by the Scholarship Committee and selection will be made by February each year, after the Uganda Certificate Examinations (UCE) results are announced. We are no longer receiving applications for 2018-19, but we are open to receiving applications for the 2019-2020 intake. Only successful applicants will be contacted.