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Friday, April 3, 2020

University of Rwanda should strengthen Career Guidance Services to students

Students shared their thoughts on how best career guidance can be delivered to them. It was later realized that most UR students do not know what career guidance is and what’s for them in it.

The Growth in the Fashion Industry in Rwanda

Rwanda’s economy is one of the fastest growing in the world, and it is projected that it will be a middle-income state by the...

Reflecting on university: hard work required for success

I am about to begin my third year at SJC. And I can tell the university is not the destination we had in our minds in high school.

Isheja reflects on her UR days,says hard work pays

Sandrine Isheja is one of Rwanda’s leading female journalists in Rwanda who has been in the profession for more than Seven years. In an interview...

Social media: Are we blinding our minds to truth and reality?

Over the past decade, communication has changed and social media has played a significant role in this change. Starting from telephone calls, a growing...

An incubation to improve SJC students’ learning experience

In a 2016 OpEd for the digital media company “The Information”, analyzing the changes in the media landscape, Jim VandeHei, one of co-founder of...

Learn to turn challenges into opportunities-KNC

CharlesNkurizaKakooza, the owner of TV and Radio 1, has had some sessions with students of UR’s School and Journalism and Communication during which hehas...

OPINION: Why CBE is my favorite campus

Diversity is defined the minute you set foot in the College of Business and Economics (CBE) campus - Gikondo. It is widely believed that...