Kepler College has been established in Rwanda to offer affordable, scalable and competence-based higher education programs with best job prospects for graduates, ensuring a job for graduates being a key driver of everything being done at the College. The key aspect of Kepler College pedagogy is learning by doing with a primary focus on equipping students with 21st century transferable skills that make them stand out at the labor market. In this program, students will gain knowledge and skills needed to succeed in today’s global economy. Particularly, Kepler College will graduate Project Managers who successfully initiate, plan, design, execute, monitor, control projects to ensure they control risk and minimize uncertainty for profit maximization. Therefore, we’re looking for talented students from Rwanda and the East Africa region, with demonstrated leadership skills and an interest in business studies to join Kepler College. Students from vulnerable economic backgrounds and students with refugee status are encouraged to apply. At Kepler, we value diversity as a paramount aspect of growth, therefore, we do not discriminate against applicants based on gender, race, religion, physical abilities, social status, beliefs, culture and values.
The undergraduate program in Project Management contains courses/modules that equip students with project management competencies relevant to the 21st century labour market including project initiation, planning and execution. Project management is a broad subject. Most of the things students will do during their studies and later at work can be considered as a project. Knowledge and skills on project management will open a wide opportunity for employment as operations leader/manager, logistics leader/manager, project coordinator (manager, advisor, officer, support officer, administrator) office manager, PA manager, business analyst and liaison officer.
Two principal passes in National Examination (applicants who complete high school in Rwanda, equivalent for foreign students) in the following:
Basic education students must have an Advanced Certificate of Education Examinations with at least two principal passes with good grades in any of arts combinations with the following subjects: History, Economics, Geography, Literature in English, Mathematics and Accounting.
TVET students must have earned at least two principal passes in the National Professional and Technical Examinations in any of the following options: Accounting, Business Services, Tourism, and Hospitality
Students must pass entry examinations in English, Cognitive Skills, Critical Thinking at a level of 60% or above
Upfront payment or show commitment to repaying a student loan after securing employment. Refugees in Rwanda and people with disabilities get full scholarship when they pass the admissions tests.
Secondary/high school scores (S4, S5 & S6)
Strong interest in Project Management
Strong English skills
Valid national/refugee ID or passport
Police clearance letter (international students only)
Financial aid is available*
Women, refugees, people with disabilities and people from other diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply
Phone: + 250 (0) 78 977 3042 or + 250 (0) 78 263 7318
Our degree is designed to equip students with competencies in project management that leverages technology. Project management knowledge and skills are highly transferable skills and our degree will open doors to an exciting career with a great opportunity for growth. Graduates can work in diverse sectors as project managers, team leaders, coordinators, supervisors, office managers, logistic managers etc.