List of universities in Rwanda

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This is a list of universities in Rwanda.

Post-secondary institutions[edit]

As at December 2015, there are 34 institutions of higher education in Rwanda, 11 public and 23 private.[1] In 2013, the government of Rwanda merged all public universities, leading to one public university, University of Rwanda, with six colleges.[2][3]

Public university[edit]

  • University of Rwanda (UR)
    • College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine (CAVM)
    • College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS)
    • College of Business and Economics (CBE)
    • College of Education (CE)
    • College of Medicine and Health Sciences (CMHS)
    • College of Science and Technology (CST)

Public integrated polytechnics and colleges[edit]

  • Gishari Integrated Polytechnic (GIP)
  • Institute of Legal Practice and Development (ILPD)
  • Integrated Polytechnic Regional College Ngoma(IPRC-Ngoma)
  • Integrated Polytechnic Regional College Kigali (IPRC-Kigali)
  • Integrated Polytechnic Regional College Huye (IPRC-Hye)
  • Integrated Polytechnic Regional College Karongi (IPRC-Karongi)
  • Musanze Polytechnic College (Musanze Campus)
  • Rwanda Teachers College (RTC)
  • Tumba College of Technology (TCT)
  • Community Integrated Polytechnic (CIP)
  • Intregrated Polyclinic Regional College Rusizi(IPRC-Rusizi)

Public nursing schools[edit]

  • Byumba School of Nursing And Midwifery
  • Kibungo School of Nursing And Midwifery
  • Nyagatare School of Nursing And Midwifery
  • Rwamagana School of Nursing

Private universities[edit]

References[edit]

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  10. ^ Catholic Institute of Kabgayi (29 January 2019). "About Catholic Institute of Kabgayi". Muhanga: International Federation of Catholic Universities Quoting Catholic Institute of Kabgayi. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
  11. ^ Ntambara, Paul (10 July 2010). "New Catholic University opens". New Times (Rwanda). Kigali. Retrieved 29 December 2015.
  12. ^ Ntambara, Paul (10 July 2010). "New Catholic University opens". New Times (Rwanda). Kigali. Retrieved 29 December 2015.
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  14. ^ Donah Mbabazi (17 June 2017). "First Lady calls for more effort to promote early childhood development". New Times (Rwanda). Kigali. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
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