Eyeing 2021-2022 School Year - We Shall Reopen with New Courses : || Sanyu Namazzi CDC nursery school coming ||

Kisulo Mukasa Institute welcomes you. Thank you for visiting us at this time.

Thank you!


 

*****The Board of Trustees Namakula Human Development Network, owners of Kisulo Mukasa Institute, Thanks UNRA for the partial compensation received in August 2017.  NHDN is still waiting -- five years later --  for the balance of compensation. We wrote to Uganda National Road Authority accordingly.  The balance -- explained in letter to UNRA -- will pay for KMI's perimeter brick fence [demolished by UNRA seven years ago] that was facing the old Entebbe Road and southwest-side, the Enrollment Office building [we demolished August 2017 because UNRA promised NHDN fair compensation; our patriotism enabled construction of the Expressway to continue uninterrupted] and NHDN's loss of revenue vis-à-vis KMI while waiting for definitive word on the Expressway boundary before we re-open. The new Entebbe Expressway that used part of our property opened officially for normal traffic more than four years ago but to this day NHDN's compensation full compensation for property is till unpaid.  Namakula Human Development Network has also sought help from UNRA regarding the drainage trench at the northern front of our property, but it is still uncovered, pausing a an injury risk to persons. 

NO UPDATE AS OF 2021:  UNRA promised in Feb. 2018 to pay the balance on our claim.  On Aug. 10 they offered Shs.38m/- as total settlement.  Then on Aug. 13 they said the settlement is Shs.11,255,500/-.  Our board did not accept the Aug. 13 offer because it is substantially lower than our claim in multiple letters to UNRA's executive director.  We have written to the executive director  again accordingly and also discussed with UNRA's EEW representative that our claim stands.  The representative advised us to get an independent valuer so we can submit a claim justifying the amount on our claim. Our claim is still unpaid by UNRA in May 2021.******


                                          Vacancies Available

Admission for courses of study is now in progress for:

  • Executive Secretary diploma

  • Accountancy diploma

  • Professional IT Data Processing

  • Advanced Certificate School Clerk

  • Certified Computer Technician

  • Computer Help Desk Assistant

  • Campus Safety Assistant

Computer Education — Not Just an Introduction

Our students learn to use computer to a professional standard — not just an introduction to the computer — which improves their opportunities at employment or self-employment.

Kisulo Mukasa Institute is a not-for-profit post-secondary institute.

KMI is registered at the Uganda Ministry of Education. The Institute has also a certificate by Uganda Investment Authority recognizing us as a Ugandan-American human development investment. The registration and certification date as far back as 1999.

Kisulo Mukasa Institute has only one top goal: Teach the most-up-to-date education that will benefit our student and community.

That is our commitment to educational excellence.

Institute Hours

We are open: Monday-Friday
    7:45 a.m-6:30 p.m.
[1:05 p.m-2:05 p.m. Closed for lunch]

Saturday
     7:50 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Holidays: Closed on Easter, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Day after Christmas, New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Uganda Martyrs, Independence, Iddi, and some days scheduled as Institute student vacation.

Contact Us

Kisulo Mukasa Institute
Location: “Mile17” Entebbe Expressway at Mpala junction to Busega
Mailing: P.O. Box 951 Entebbe, Uganda
eMail: info@kmieducation.org
Phone: 0783-123921