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RWANDA POLYTECHNIC CALL FOR APPLICATION FOR RP GIRLS’ SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR FEMALE ADMITTED IN BTECH PROGRAMS

Dear applicants,

Rwanda Polytechnic (RP) is delighted to have you admitted in BTech programs, intake of 2024.

As part of RP’s mission, we strive towards equal opportunities for all. In the context of your chosen program, RP is creating opportunities to increase female representation in your future field of occupation. RP therefore developed the Girls Scholarship Program which shall support young women to develop their careers in the field of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). For this BTech intake, following Programs will be considered:

  • Electronics and Telecommunications Technology (IPRC Gishari, Huye, Kigali and Tumba)
  • Mining Technology (IPRC Kigali)
  • Renewable Energy Technology (IPRC Tumba)
  • Water and Sanitation Technology (IPRC Kigali and Musanze)

The beneficiaries of this program will get a full scholarship that covers tuition fees, Waiver of accommodation fees, living allowance of 60,000 RWF per scholar per month, Mentorship program and career guidance services and Trainings in relevant soft skills to enhance scholars’ employability. As you were admitted to one of the listed programs, you are automatically eligible to apply for the Girls Scholarship Program.

To apply for this scholarship, interested candidates shall submit following documents:

  • Motivation letter addressed to the Vice chancellor of Rwanda polytechnic, including information on the socio-economic status of the interested applicant;

– Admission letter in the above mentioned BTech programs;

– Copy of ID card or passport;

  • Advanced diploma certificate and academic transcripts.

Please send your complete application to the following email girlsscholarship@rp.ac.rw. Applications are accepted until Monday, 03rd June, 2024.

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UNIVERSITY OF RWANDA ADMISSION RESULTS 2024 AND HOW TO DOWNLOAD ACCEPTANCE LETTER

The University of Rwanda (UR) is pleased to inform all candidates who submitted their applications for admission into undergraduate programs for Academic Year 2024, that the admission results are now out.

The wait is over for all the future University of Rwanda (UR) It’s officially results day, and according to the university, admission decisions for undergraduate programs in the 2024 academic year have been released.

If you applied to UR, this is your moment to check your application status and see if you’ve been accepted into your program of choice. We’ve got all the details you need below, so keep reading!

How to check university of rwanda 2024 Undergraduate Admission Results

STEP 1: visit https://efiling.ur.ac.rw/

STEP 2: Click on Verify your admission status for 2024 Academic Year and Get your acceptance letter online

STEP 3: Insert your Reference (Student Number ) number and Confirm Your Student Number

Step 4: You can see your results now

What is an acceptance letter at university of Rwanda

An acceptance letter at university of Rwanda is a formal document that congratulates you on being accepted into a program. It’s essentially official notification that you’re in or that you have been admitted. it contains details about your admission such as Admission Status, Programme, College of study and duration of your programme and registration details.

Below is a sample acceptance letter at university of Rwanda.

How to download your acceptance letter

STEP 1: visit https://efiling.ur.ac.rw/

STEP 2: Click on Verify your admission status for 2024 Academic Year and Get your acceptance letter online

STEP 3: Insert your Reference (Student Number ) number and Confirm Your Student Number

STEP 4: click on Download your Acceptance Letter

STEP 5: keep it safe because you will need it

University Of Rwanda 2024 Undergraduate Admission Results Announcement

The following should be noted:

1. Qualified candidates who could not be admitted into the programs applied for, due to the high competition in the concerned programs versus their absorption capacity, were provisionally admitted into other programs they qualify for, subject to making registration as confirmation for acceptance to study those programs;

2. All admitted candidates (fully/provisionally admitted) are required to confirm acceptance of admission by registering within the prescribed period as mentioned in the Acceptance Letters (1 to 31″ July 2024). Failure to register by the prescribed time will lead to losing the place, which will be offered to applicants on the waiting list;

3. please click here to see The cut off weighted aggregates in each academic program

Next steps: Registration at university of Rwanda

Registration is a process of accepting your admision offer at university of Rwanda. Below are the key point to note about registration:

  • Registration will start from 1st July to 31st July
  • Registration is done online
  • Registration is done after paying 60,000Rwf as registration fees
  • Registration is done by students who were admitted at the university Of Rwanda only!
  • Registration is done by those who have loan or those who have a way to fund their tuition fees


Registration is what proves you are officially a student at University of Rwanda
After registration you download a proof of registration confirming you are a student at the University of Rwanda.

The announcement of the start of registration is announced in the acceptance letter you receive when you have been accepted to study at University of Rwanda.

The registration is done online but only after you have paid the 60,000Rwf for registration fees at Bank of Kigali branches. After that you log into your system and you can see the registration has been activated.

Registration is mostly the last step to you university education; as it is the process that confirms you are a current student of University of Rwanda. Here you accept the terms and conditions and letter you are given a student card.

Next steps: Application for loan for students who want to be funded by the government

Students who are financially unable to pay for them selves have an option to apply for a government loan. The loan is issued by BRD and processed by HEC. That is, HEC chooses students who are eligible for government scholarship and then passes them onto BRD so that they can receive the loan.

Key notes to consider:

  • Loan applications are done online
  • Loan applications are done on HEC website
  • Loan applications are processed by HEC and issued by BRD
  • They are criteria needed to be eligible for loan

In the coming days they will release an announcement for the start of loan applications. The loan for UR students is issued by the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) and processed by HEC. HEC Higher Educational Counsil is an independent government agency established by the government to support the transformation of higher education in Rwanda.

Students apply through HEC and then HEC checks if they are eligible to get a government loan.

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UNIVERSITY OF RWANDA ADMISSION CRITERIA AND CUT-OFF MARKS BY ACADEMIC PROGRAM, ACADEMIC YEAR 2024

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UNIVERSITY OF RWANDA ADMISSION CRITERIA AND CUT-OFF MARKS BY ACADEMIC PROGRAM, ACADEMIC YEAR 2024

How to pay application fees for Rwanda Polytechnic IPRC using Mobile money and School Gear

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Rwanda Polytechnic (RP) would like to inform all candidates who wish to study in its colleges (IPRC Kigali, IPRC Ngoma, IPRC Karongi, IPRC Huye, IPRC Tumba, IPRC Musanze, IPRC Gishari, and IPRC Kitabi) as Government sponsored and self-sponsored in the Academic Year 2023-2024, that the online application will start from 26th March to 26th April 2024.

After creating your account on Rwanda polytechnic system, you need to pay 5,000Rwf nonrefundable as application fees. In this guide I will show you two methods of payment, but the easiest one is to choose using mobile money.

Method1: Pay Using Mobile Money and School Gear

In this section I am going to show you how you can pay the 5000Rwf application fees using mobile money and school gear. Please make sure you do it on a simcard (MTN SIMCARD) with minimum of 5,600Rwf because they charge you 600Rwf more.

Step1: Dial *700# On your mobile phone

Use an MTN Sim Card with a minimum of 5600Rwf and dial *700# to open the school Gear system dashboard.

Step2: The school gear system will appear.

Step3: Input Your Reference number/Registration Number

Input your Rwanda polytechnic registration number starting with 24RP____ which is nine numbers.

Step4: You will see a screen to enter school code.

Step5: Enter Your School code which is RP.

For Rwanda polytechnic enter two letters RP for the school code as shown in the image below

Step6: You will se a screen that shows you the details of your application.

Step7: Press one to pay with mobile money.

Press one to pay with mobile money

Step 8: Check nd confirm details

Step9: Input your mobile money pin and continue the prompts

Step10: After completion you will see an SMS like this.

Method2: Pay On the Nearest Equity Bank Branch

You can also take your registration number to the nearest equity bank branch and then pay using money on your registration number.

UCAT RESULTS 2024 | Medicine and Dental Surgery Results for University of Rwanda Students Who Sat For Ucat.

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Attention to all aspiring doctors and dentists who applied at the university of Rwanda! The moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived. The results for the Entry Examination for Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (DDS) candidates at the University of Rwanda/College of Medicine and Health Sciences (UR-CMHS) are out!

If you were one of the eager students who sat for the aptitude test on March 6, 2024, we have fantastic news for you. Check the list below to see if You have been shortlisted for the interview stage, Congratulations on this remarkable achievement!

Now, let’s talk about the next steps. The interviews are scheduled to take place from March 20th to March 22nd, 2024, at the UR-CMHS Remera Campus. Here’s a breakdown of the interview schedule to help you plan your preparations effectively:

Day 1: March 20th, 2024

Interviews for candidates numbered 1 to 144.

Day 2: March 21st, 2024

Interviews for candidates numbered 145 to 288.

Day 3: March 22nd, 2024

Interviews for candidates numbered 289 to 432.

For international applicants, please note that your interviews will be conducted virtually on Monday, March 25th, 2024. Make sure you’re well-prepared and ready to showcase your skills and passion for medicine or dentistry during the interview process.

List of Selected Students

Official Announcement

Link: click here to get the official announcement

Download the list of selected students.

Click here to download the list of selected students

Call for Applications for full Undergraduate Scholarships under Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at the University of Rwanda

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Introduction

Applications for the 3rd Cohort of Undergraduate Mastercard Foundation Scholarships – Academic year 2024 is open up until 19th March, 2024. In this full guide we will explain everything you need to know about mastercard at university of Rwanda, we will explain eligibility requirements; selection criteria, application process and links used to apply and much more.

The program focuses on women pursuing Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), young people with disabilities (YWD), and refugees and displaced youth. It intends to strengthen the UR capability and mobilization for inclusive and supportive tertiary education pathways to dignified work.

Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at the University of Rwanda Scholarship summary

  • Host Country: Rwanda
  • University: University of Rwanda
  • Category: Undergraduate Scholarships
  • Eligible Countries: African students of all races, colors, or descent, with limited access to opportunities.
  • Reward: full tuition fees, fully paid on-campus accommodation, a laptop, learning materials, annual return ticket allowance, and a full-year monthly stipend
  • Deadline: March 19, 2024
  • Requirements: Must be applied to University of Rwanda.
  • Join Our Community: Join Our Community for more updates.

The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at the University of Rwanda is committed to developing Africa’s next generation of transformative leaders and aims to drive and support transformation at three levels: individual (Scholars), institutional (the University), and system (higher education ecosystem and beyond).

The program is recruiting scholars in selected undergraduate programs for the academic year 2024. Interested applicants will undertake their academic training at the University of Rwanda in its 6 Colleges (CST, CMHS, CAVM, CBE, CE and CASS) operating on 6 Campuses (Nyarugenge, Gikondo, Remera, Huye, Rukara and Busogo). (see UR campuses)

Eligible applicants

This scholarship opportunity is open to African students of all races, colors, or descent, with limited access to opportunities. The applicants will have to be admitted into one of the above eligible programs at the University of Rwanda (see eligible programs). Selected applicants with other scholarships of any kind, must be willing to discontinue other scholarships. Anyone with a double scholarship will automatically be discontinued once found. Continuing students are not eligible.

Selection criteria

  • Be a citizen of Rwanda to benefit from the national scholarship quota.
  • Be a citizen of any African country, a refugee, or displaced youth in Africa.
  • Academically qualified, from with limited access to opportunities.
  • Not above 28 years at the time of application, and not above 30 years for those with certified proof of protracted life condition (refugees, single mothers, in child-headed family, etc).
  • Meeting admission criteria to eligible programs at the University of Rwanda. (see the admission criteria)
  • Must have generated a UR Reference number and has submitted an application for admission to UR in one of the earmarked programs (refer to the list of Eligible Programs here).

See how to apply at the university of rwanda

  • Must demonstrate commitment to leadership and proof of community engagement (give back) and/or transformation initiatives.
  • Refugees and those with disabilities are expected to provide legal proofs of their status (From UNHCR or NCPD respectively, or any other duly recognized organization).

Nature of The Scholarship

This is a comprehensive scholarship that will be managed by the University of Rwanda. The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at the University of Rwanda also offers an opportunity for the scholars to receive holistic training that empowers them and lead them to the academic success, community engagement and transition to employment opportunities which will equip the scholars to be global citizens.

The scholarship will cover:

  • Comprehensive financial support (full tuition fees, fully paid on-campus accommodation, a laptop, learning materials, annual return ticket allowance, and a full-year monthly stipend.
  • Psycho-social Support Services.
  • Uniquely sourced internships with industry for professional development.
  • Continued academic support through academic mentorship, virtual learning, and tutoring.
  • Career Development Services (including Industrial Mentorship, Career Guidance, Professional Development, and Enterprise Development, among others)
  • Regular group meetings with other scholars that focus on personal and professional development opportunities and activities tailored to build societal relationships and scholars’ capacity.
  • Opportunities to participate in leadership congresses, community services and mentoring (Go-back Give- Back),
  • The prestige of becoming part of the growing family of the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Alumni and networking with the Global Scholars Community.

Considering the level of investment, successful applicants will be required to be high achievers, highly engaging and focused scholars, able to give back and make changes in their respective communities and Africa in general.

Application Process

  • A general application form must be filled online
  • Refugee applicants are requested to complete another link.
  • Before completing the online application form, please read through all instructions, and required information. The link to access the empty form will be seen after opening the application link above.
  • Applicants can fill the online application form in more than one session, however, it is recommended that you start the application when you have all the supporting documents in place.
  • The application will be considered only after submission and all steps below are completed:
  1. The application form and processes are fully completed.
  2. All required documents are attached (Please make sure you name each document attached with your names and reference number during the initial application to UR, then ensure that the documents are saved in PDF format (with size less than 250 kb)
  3. Click Submit at the end of the online application, only when all the fields and attachments have been fully completed.
  4. Youth with disabilities, Refugees and/or displaced youth are required to fill the additional declaration form available on the links on the online application form. Fill it online and submit it alongside the main application form as required.
  5. All applicants are required to upload all supporting documents as required, prior to final submission (Note that once the application is submitted, all application fields are closed and cannot be repeated)

Application Deadline & Support Team contact details

Eligible candidates can start the online application for Mastercard Foundation scholarships while gathering the supporting documents.

The deadline for the application for the Mastercard Foundation scholarships: On 19th March 2024 at 11:59 P.M (CENTRAL AFRICA TIME).

During the application period, the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at UR Scholarship application support team will be available to provide any needed information.

The following are contact details of the heads of application support team:

Mr Kamanzi Emmanuel |Tel: +250 788736530 UR admission and Registration Specialist

Email: admissionsur2024@gmail.com

Dr. Odette Uwizeye: Registrar of University of Rwanda | Tel:+250 788 304 391

Mr Yabagenga Benjamin | Tel: +250 788485618 UR Database Administrator

Prof. Evariste Karangwa:

Lead-Recruit-Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program at UR | Tel: +250 739 140 377 | Email: mcfsp.ur@gmail.com

Additional information

  • Telephone numbers and email addresses provided by applicants should be always active to receive critical information on their application.
  • The application for the scholarship is a staggered ongoing process.
  • The pre-selected applicants will be invited for an oral interview by independent panels and at each stage, only successful candidates will be notified.
  • There would be unannounced on-site validation visits to the home of selected students.
  • There are absolutely No Charges/Fees/ Facilitation/Agents or Intermediaries Required at any stage of the application process.
  • Applicants who will be discovered to have falsified information or attempt to influence the process at any stage (application or home visit) to gain advantage of the scholarship shall be disqualified.
  • The decisions of the Selection Committee are Final after the SRC has handled and responded to all applicants’ appeals if any.
  • Successful applicants will be expected to become champions and transformative leaders, entrepreneurs and change makers at various levels and shall remain in close communication with the University of Rwanda for at least 5 years after completing their studies.
  • Any misconduct (breaching university rules, regulations and policies including participation in riotous acts, involvement in subversive activities, illicit financial activities, terrorism, denial of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi or propagation of Genocide ideologies) on the part of the successful applicants shall lead to automatic disqualification and loss of the scholarship.
  • All scholarships will be on a rolling basis, implying that annual renewal of funding is subject to satisfactory academic performance for all scholars.

Evaluative interviews

  • Among the applicants, 165 scholars will be selected by the Recruitment committee (SRC) based on the established selection criteria in section 4 above.
  • Interviews will be conducted using a predefined interview guide aligned with the expectations of the program and the vision of the institution.
  • Applicants shall receive equal treatment especially concerning interview questions asked.

Declaration of results

The approved list of selected candidates for the scholarship will be published on the UR website. Scholarship award letters will be issued to successful candidates.

Award letters will be issued by the UR Vice Chancellor’s office.

Confirmation of the scholarship award by candidates

Successful candidates shall receive a scholarship award letter together with a scholarship acceptance form that must be completed and signed by the candidate to confirm acceptance of the scholarship.

Successful candidates’ parents/guardians shall be required to complete and sign a commitment form to confirm acceptance of support to the scholars.

Duly completed and signed forms shall be returned via the program email within five workdays after reception of the scholarship award letter.

In case a candidate declines the offer for any reason, the next in line of performance will be awarded the scholarship.

A scholarship offer cannot at any time be differed.

Minimum Entry Requirements For University of Rwanda Academic Programs 2024

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Entry requirements for the University of Rwanda vary depending on the specific academic program and college you’re interested in. These requirements outline the qualifications, subjects, and combinations needed for admission.

For instance, if you’re applying to the College of Science and Technology (CST), you’ll need to meet specific criteria related to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects. Similarly, other colleges like the College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) or the College of Business and Economics (CBE) have their own set of requirements tailored to their respective fields of study.
These requirements are essential to ensure that students have the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in their chosen program. They may include a minimum grade in certain subjects, completion of specific courses, or a certain score on standardized tests.

It’s important for prospective applicants to carefully review the entry requirements for their desired program to ensure they meet the necessary qualifications for admission. Additionally, for applicants with foreign qualifications, there are additional steps such as obtaining equivalence certificates and completing special application forms.

Below, we’ll outline and explain the entry requirements for each college at the University of Rwanda. These requirements are tailored to the specific fields of study offered by each college and are crucial for ensuring that prospective students are adequately prepared for their chosen academic programs. By understanding these entry requirements, applicants can assess their eligibility and make informed decisions about their academic pursuits at the University of Rwanda.

Entry Requirements For each college

  1. College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) Entry Requirements
  2. College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (CAVM) Entry Requirements
  3. College of Business and Economics (CBE) Entry Requirements
  4. College of Education (CE) Entry Requirements
  5. College of Medicine and Health Sciences (CMHS) Entry Requirements
  6. College of Science and Technology (CST) Entry Requirements

Download Entry Requirement Documents

  1. College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) Entry Requirements
  2. College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (CAVM) Entry Requirements
  3. College of Business and Economics (CBE) Entry Requirements
  4. College of Education (CE) Entry Requirements
  5. College of Medicine and Health Sciences (CMHS) Entry Requirements
  6. College of Science and Technology (CST) Entry Requirements

View All the Entry Requirements

College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) Entry Requirements

College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (CAVM) Entry Requirements

College of Business and Economics (CBE) Entry Requirements

College of Education (CE) Entry Requirements

College of Medicine and Health Sciences (CMHS) Entry Requirements

College of Science and Technology (CST) Entry Requirements

FACULTIES AVAILABLE AT UNIVERSITY OF RWANDA 2024-2025

University of Rwanda has released its faculties and colleges for the academic year 2024–2025. Below are the programs that are offered at the university as of 2024. The below faculties are grouped into colleges and the colleges contain multiple schools. You may ask yourself what colleges are anyways.

These are independent self-governing institutions which are grouped according to similar or related academic subjects where each has its own teaching staff, students, and buildings. There are six of them namely: College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS), College of Agriculture Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (CAVM), College of Business and Economics (CBE), College of Education (CE), College of Medicine and Health Sciences (CMHS), College of Science and Technology (CST).

Also, schools are sub-groupings of colleges meaning these are also grouped according to similar faculties in the college that in one college they may be one or more schools.

Below is a list of all colleges and faculties at the university of Rwanda:

1.      College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS)

School of Arts and Languages and communication studies

  • Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English and French
    • Bachelor of Arts with Honours in English and African Languages
    • Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Creative and Performing Arts
    • Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Journalism and Communication

School of Social studies and Governance

  • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in History and Heritage Studies
    • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Public Administration and Governance
    • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Political Science
    • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Sociology
    • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Social Work
    • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Professional Police (Musanze)
    • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Social and Military (Gako)

School of Law

  • Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in Law

2.      College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (CAVM)

School of Medicine and Animal Sciences

  • Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Animal Production
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Aquaculture and Fisheries Management

School of Agriculture and food sciences

  • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Agronomy
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours Agriculture Economics and Agribusiness
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Crop Production
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Horticulture
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Food Science and Technology

School of Agricultural Engineering

  • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Agriculture Mechanization
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Land and Water Resource Engineering

School of Forestry, Ecotourism, and Greenspace Management

  • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Forestry
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Ecotourism and Green Space management

3.      College of Business and Economics (CBE)

School of Business

  • Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Accounting and Finance
    • Bachelor of Business Administration with Honours in Transport and Logistics Management
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Business Information Technology

School of Economics

  • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Economics

4.      College of Education (CE)

School of Mathematics and Science Education (SMSE)

  • Bachelor of Education with Honours in Biology and Chemistry
    • Bachelor of Education with Honours in Physics and Chemistry
    • Bachelor of Education with Honours in Mathematics and Chemistry
    • Bachelor of Education with Honours in Mathematics and Physics
    • Bachelor of Education with Honours in Mathematics and Economics
    • Bachelor of Education with Honours in Computer Science
    • Bachelor of Education with Honours in Physical Education and sports

School of Languages and Social Studies Education (LSSE)

  • Bachelor of Education in Kiswahili and English
    • Bachelor of Education in French and English
    • Bachelor of Education in French and Kinyarwanda

School of Educational Sciences (SES)

  • Bachelor of Education with Honours in Educational Psychology

5. College of Medicine and Health Sciences (CMHS) (PENDING…)

School of Medicine & Pharmacy

  • Bachelor of Pharmacy
    • Bachelor of Clinical Psychology

School of Dentistry

  • Bachelor of Dental Therapy

School of Nursing and Midwifery

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Upgrading)
    • Advanced Diploma in Nursing
    • Advanced Diploma in Midwifery
    • Bachelor Science in Midwifery
    • Bachelor of Science in Midwifery (Upgrading)
    • Advanced Diploma in Mental Health Nursing
    • Bachelor of Science in Mental Health Nursing

School of Health Sciences

  • Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy
    • Bachelor of Science in Prosthetics & Orthotics
    • Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy
    • Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy (Ugrading)
    • Bachelor of Science in Clinical Medicine & Community Health
    • Bachelor of Science in Ophthalmic Clinical Sciences
    • Bachelor of Science in Anaesthesia
    • Bachelor Science in Anaesthesia (Upgrading)
    • Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Laboratory Sciences
    • Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Sciences
    • Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Sciences (Upgrading)

School of Public Health

  • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Environmental Health Sciences
    • Bachelor of Science with Honours in Human Nutrition & Dietetics

6.      College of Science and Technology (CST)

School of Engineering

  • Bachelor of science with honours in civil engineering
    • Bachelor of science with honours in water resourse and environmental engineering
    • Bachelor of science with honours in surveying and geomatic engineering
    • Bachelor of science with honours in transportation engineering
    • Bachelor of science with honours in electronics & telecom engineering
    • Bachelor of science with honours in electrical power engineering
    • Bachelor of science with honours in mechanical engineering
    • Bachelor of science with honours in energy engineering

School of Science

  • Bachelor of science with honours in biochemistry
    • Bachelor of science with honours in biotechnology
    • Bachelor of science with honours in conservation biology
    • Bachelor of science with honours in organic chemistry
    • Bachelor of science with honours in analytical chemistry
    • Bachelor of science with honours in applied mathematics
    • Bachelor of science with honours in statistics
    • Bachelor of science with honours in applied physics

School of Information Communication Technology

  • Bachelor of science with honours in computer science
    • Bachelor of science with honours in computer engineering
    • Bachelor of science with honours in information systems
    • Bachelor of science with honours in information technology

School of Architecture and Built Environment

  • Bachelor of architecture with honours
    • Bachelor of science with honours in industrial design
    • Bachelor of science with honours in visual design
    • Bachelor of science with honours in quantity surveying
    • Bachelor of science with honours in estate management & valuation
    • Bachelor of science with honours in environmental planning and management
    • Bachelor of science with honours in urban and regional planning

School of Mining and Geology

  • Bachelor of Science with honours in Mining Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science with honours in Applied Geology

University of Rwanda Entry requirements

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University of Rwanda Call for application 2024

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University of Rwanda application process

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Call for applications for Undergraduate Academic Programs at University of Rwanda Academic Year 2024

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The University of Rwanda (UR) informs prospective applicants wishing to apply for its undergraduate academic programs to be offered in all Colleges, that the online application system for the Academic Year 2024 is open up to 19th march 2024.

University of Rwanda colleges

  1. College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS)
  2. College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (CAVM)
  3. College of Business and Economics (CBE)
  4. College of Education (CE)
  5. College of Medicine and Health Sciences (CMHS)
  6. College of Science and Technology (CST)

Minimum Entry Requirements

The minimum entry requirements specific to each academic program offered by the University of Rwanda in all its Colleges and Campuses are published on UR website and can be seen by clicking here

Guidelines For payment

Follow the guidelines below to pay application fees at University of Rwanda.

Guidelines to candidates who previously made their applications but did not Register.

Pay application fees using your reference number that was previously generated from UR online system.
Log in to the application portal and proceed with your application process.

Applicants with Foreign qualifications and those with Local qualifications who completed High School before 2011

  • For applicants with foreign qualifications, before applying, you should have obtained an equivalence of your certificates from National Examination and School Inspection Authority (NESA) for general secondary education or Rwanda Polytechnic (RP) for vocational training
  • Go to UR website and follow steps mentioned in Section III above to get a reference number
  • Fill in a special online application form available on admission website through the following link: https://registration.ur.ac.rw/international-applicants. The form shall be completed online together with the following documents:
    • Certified copy of your Advanced Senior Six (S6) certificate of Secondary Education
    • Copy of your National ID card or valid passport
    • Certified copy of your equivalence with the Rwandan system (only for applicants with foreign qualifications)

Support for Online Application

Computer labs and support staff are available on each UR Campus to facilitate applicants with technical issues. The list of UR technical support staff with their contacts, per Campus, is published on UR website (https://ur.ac.rw/?University-of-Rwanda-Entry-requirements-2023).

Information provided by applicants.

Every applicant is required to provide correct information during application (ID number, Index number and correct names).

An applicant who will provide mismatching information will not be considered for admission.

IBISABWA KU BIFUZA KWIGA MU ISHURI RIKURU RYA GISIRIKARE BARANGIJE MURI TECHNICAL SECONDARY SCHOOLS

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Ubuyobozi bw’Ingabo z’u Rwanda buramenyesha Abanyarwanda bize mu mashuri ya Technical Secondary Schools (TSS) bifuza kwiga mu Ishuri Rikuru rya Gisirikare, ko nabo bashobora kwiyandikisha ku turere no ku mirenge. Kwiyandikisha bitangira kuva tariki ya 1 kugeza ya 12 Werurwe 2024.

Ibisabwa kugirango wemererwe kwiga mu Ishuri Rikuru rya Gisirikare ku barangije mu mashuri ya TSS ni ibi bikurikira:

Abifuza kwiga muri Computer Engineering, amanota asabwa ni ukuba waragize nibura 45 mu mashami ya TVET akurikira: Software development -SOD, Software programming and Embedded Systems – SPE, Networking – NET.

Abifuza kwiga muri Mechanical Engineering, amanota asabwa ni ukuba waragize nibura 45 mu ishami rya TVET rya Mechanical Production technology-MPT.

Abahamagawe ni abasore n’inkumi bujuje ibi bikurikira:

  1. Kuba uri Umunyarwanda.
  2. Kuba ufite imyaka 18 kandi utarengeje 21.
  3. Kuba wararangije amashuri 6 yisumbuye kandi ufite amanota yavuzwe mu gika cya kabiri ahabanza. Abazatsinda ibizami by’ijonjora bazakora ibizamini bibahesha kwiga muri Kaminuza y’u Rwanda.
  4. Kuba ufite ubuzima buzira umuze.
  5. Kuba utarigeze uhamwa n’icyaha.
  6. Kuba utarirukanwe burundu mu kazi ko mu butegetsi bwa Leta keretse warakorewe ihanagurwabusembwa.
  7. Kuba udakurikiranweho icyaha.
  8. Kuba utagaragara ku rutonde rw’ababujijwe kuba abakozi ba Leta.
  9. Kuba uri indakemwa mu mico no mu myifatire.
  10. Kuba ufite ubushake bwo kwinjira mu ngabo z’ u Rwanda.

Ibyangombwa bazitwaza igihe cyo gukora ibizamini

  1. Indangamuntu.
  2. Icyemezo cy’amashuri wize kiriho umukono wa Noteri
  3. Icyemezo cy’ ubudakemwa mu mico no mu myifatire gitangwa n’ubuyobozi bw’Umurenge.
  4. Icyemezo cyo kuba utarakatiwe n’inkiko

Ibizamini by’ijonjora bizakorwa kuva tariki ya 12 kugeza ku ya 19 Werurwe 2024, saa mbiri za mu gitondo mu turere twose tw’igihugu hakurikijwe gahunda twatanze mu Itangazo riheruka.

Iri tangazo mushobora kurisoma kandi ku rubuga rwa Minisiteri y’Ingabo mod.gov.rw

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