University of Rwanda
The University of Rwanda is an institution formed in 2013 through the merger of a number of previously independent Rwandan higher education institutions and has six independent colleges at the moment, with the main offices in Kigali. Many of the university's senior managers are well-established scholars, but that many of them "are also well known elite Rwandans or dedicated friends of Rwanda. The university’s aim is to be a leading University that develops highly enterprising graduates prepared and dedicated to building a more just and sustainable society locally, nationally and globally.
Rwanda is one of the smallest countries in Africa, located just a few degrees south to the equator. Kigali is the largest city and the capital of the country, Rwanda’s economic, cultural and transport hub since it became capital at independence in 1962. Spanning several ridges and valleys, Kigali, with its hillsides, flowering trees, winding boulevards and bustling streets, is arguably one of the most attractive capital cities in Africa, as well as easily one of the cleanest and safest.
Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme Partner
The University of Delhi is an Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme Partner. The Erasmus+ programme now offers mobility worldwide, all participants receive a travel and subsistence allowance.
ICM funding and application
- Staff - incoming and outgoing ICM
- For staff only
- Priority area - Social Sciences, subject: Adam Smoth Business School
Any questions contact GoAbroad@glasgow.ac.uk