Ruparelia Group’s undertakings in education are substantially influential in Uganda’s education sector. With schools at the elementary and high school level, all the way up to the local and international University level, the group has offered world-class education services in all disciplines to students of multiple nationalities and backgrounds. These include Kabira International School, Kampala Parents’ School and the newly acquired Victoria University.
Kabira International School has hastily grown from being a small primary school to become one of Uganda's largest and most modern international schools. It offers the English National curriculum and IB Diploma to students of multiple nationalities. The primary, middle school and IGCSE curriculum is fully supported by and registered with the Department of Education in England, thus ensuring access to the latest guidance, advice and initiatives from the UK. The School has undergone an extensive self-study and currently holds Accreditation status with the 'Council of International Schools' (CIS) and the 'New England Association of Schools and Colleges' (NEASC).
Kampala Parents’ School is a mixed primary school that was taken over by the Ruparelia Group in 2004. The school follows the Ugandan Curriculum and admits pupils from all backgrounds and intellectual abilities. Its outstanding performance in the Uganda National Primary Leaving Examinations has made the school a parents’ and pupils’ favourite across the country. The average class size is 50 pupils under the guidance of the highly qualified staff, to whom the school owes its continued success in achieving outstanding results in both academic and extracurricular spheres.
Victoria University, opened in September 2013, is a newcomer in Ruparelia Group’s education ventures that is primed to provide world-class University education to students of all nationalities. The University offers courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.