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     UNEVOC Centre(s) Rwanda 
    Faculty of Applied Sciences
    The Kigali Institute of Science, Technology and Management (KIST)

     Faculty of Applied Sciences
    French  Faculté des Sciences Appliqués

    City Butare
    Mailing Address B.P. 117
    Head Mr Prof. Jean Baptiste Katabarwa, Doyen
    Working Languages French
    UNESCO Languages French
    Tel [+250] 30272
    Fax [+250] 30858, 30870

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     The Kigali Institute of Science, Technology and Management (KIST)

    City Kigali
    Street Address Avenue de l'Armée
    Mailing Address B.P. 3900
    Head Mr Prof. Dr Silas Lwakabamba, Rector
    Professional Staff 14
    Year of Foundation 1997
    Working Languages English
    UNESCO Languages English; French
    Tel [+250] 574696, (+250) 08300166 (mobile)
    Fax [+250] 571925/4
    E-Mail > rector@kist.ac.rw  > lwakabamba@avu.org  
    Type of Institution:
    KIST offers a five year full-time study course as well as part-time adult education programmes in technical and management fields.
    Students completing the first year are offered certificates enabling them to be employable as competent craftsmen and women in carpentry, masonry, electrical installation, welding, and fabrication. Those completing the second year will be awarded a Full Technicians Certificates (FTC). After the third year Diplomas will be awarded and after the fifth year, Bachelor Degrees will be awarded to graduates.

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