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U.S Embassy in Kigali promotes exchange education programs to Rwandan varsity students

U.S Embassy in Kigali promotes exchange education programs to Rwandan varsity students

The U.S. embassy in Kigali hosted the college fair for Rwandan students in a bid to promote education exchange that will enhance connection between the United States and Rwanda. The first ever fair saw over 200 Rwandan students, educators and education officials at the embassy premises in Kigali, on September 20, 2013. The first ever […]

Students from George Washington University visit to study Rwanda’s agriculture sector

Students of George Washington University (GWU) are visiting Rwanda from May 17, 2013 for several weeks to study the agriculture sector. They will be using Rwanda as their specific focus on their class projects, concentrating on various areas involving agriculture. Among others access to agricultural finance, mushroom production, marketing issues, such as packaging and export, […]

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Rwanda: UK varsity extends scholarships to Rwandans

Rwandan students will this year 2013 be able to benefit from a scholarship programs offered by the University of Manchester. These scholarships aimed at supporting the less privileged. The university is offering scholarships for full-time campus-based postgraduate taught masters to applicants from Rwanda starting in September 2013. The scholarships cover full tuition fees, return international […]

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American students visit Rwanda

A group of students from Stanford Graduate school of Management, based in the U.S. visited Rwanda as part of the Stanford Social Innovation Study Trip this December 2012. The group comprising of 22 students, Professor of Economics and one staff member from Stanford Graduate School of Management, have been in Rwanda on a trip dubbed “Rwanda […]

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Rwanda: Tanzania Army sends students on Rwanda witness

A group of Army students from Tanzania is in Rwanda to witness how Rwanda has been doing its thing especially in development programmes. The delegation comprised of Generals 28 generals and seniors was headed by Brig. Gen. Ezekiel Elias Kyunga, the Commandant of the Tanzania Command and Staff College in Monduli, paid a courtesy call […]

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Rwanda : US students to build a sustainable nursing education system in Rwanda

This August 2012, thirteen Students from U.S Universities will partner with the Rwanda’s Ministry of Health facilitated by the Clinton Health Access Initiative to build a high-quality and sustainable health system in Rwanda. The group will work around the clock to increase the number, quality and skill level of Rwandan clinicians and health sciences educators, […]

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Rwanda : African Americans are doing great too, Melanie tells Rwandans!

Every month of February is a Black History Month in the United States of America. On this Wednesday 22nd February 2012, the US diplomats celebrated this event by watching a movie together with Rwandans of different walks of life. Students from Lycee de Kigali, civil servants and businessmen were some of the categories of Rwandans […]

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Rwanda:  US visit to learn from Rwanda experience

A group of 18 American high school students are in Rwanda on a three-week visit, to promoting peace and cultural education program between the California students and their Rwandan counterparts, this July 2012. While visiting the parliament, the students had an open floor discussion with the Senate President Jean Damascene Ntawukuliryayo, where they received answers […]

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Rwanda : European research students visit Rwanda

Students from various universities in Canada and UK, on July 17, 2012 visited the Rwandan parliament in a bid to understand and learn from the Rwandan experience of how the legislative works with different government institutions. The students met with the Committee on chaired by Parliamentary vice president, Hon. Member of Parliament Evariste Kalisa, and […]

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Rwanda: U.S supports students in English language skills

The U.S Embassy launched a training known as English Access Micro Scholarship Program ,the launch took place at Lycee de Kigali School, on June 3, 2012 and was presided over by the U.S Ambassador to Rwanda, Donald Koran. A two-year English training program was unveiled in four schools in Kigali such as Lycee Notre Dame […]

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