The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Rwanda Centre, holds its third Graduation Ceremony since establishment in 2016. On Friday June 21, 2019, AIMS international university in Rwanda holds degrees for 37 Masters students completed their course in Mathematic sciences from the different nationalities.
Prof. Dr. Sam Yala, Centre President for his remarks, congratulated the Graduates and expresses his confidence for them as future development for African mathematical science.
“I congratulate the Masters graduates today, I hope your knowledge will contribute in Mathematical skills needed in African countries, is that good achievement to you, your parents and even your country. Your degrees will approve the efforts you spent here in The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Rwanda.” He said.
Dr. Ndikubwimana Theoneste, representative of Minister of Education in this event recommended the graduated students to be reproductive from their skills and knowledge they have got from AIMS and make it valuable in societies.
He say: ” You was here for many days, we hope you learned many things from this university, take care of the opportunity you have got and make your knowledge productive, mathematics science is needed in your respective countries, everyone who contributed for your studying in anyways either scholarship, advisor and even prayers waiting you to make them proudly”.
Mr. Munezero Jean de Dieu, Rwandan student graduated from AIMS in Mathematics science, He is proudly to complete Master’s degree in this course because people consider this university as international and he not regret for studying mathematics in AIMS.
“I’m proudly to graduate from AIMS; we used much effort for achieving on this day. I hope this degree will contribute to be engaged as well as related with my knowledge from this international university. Mathematic sciences is course everyone could study because its require efforts and concentration, if you’re interested to study nothing could limit you to study mathematics” said Jean de Dieu.
The graduation of 37 students from 13 different African countries is evidence of Rwanda’s emerging profile as a hub for academic tourism on the continent. The graduation is also a success story of the growing number of African female scientists with 10 out of 37 graduates being women and among all of them 11 are Rwandan, remains from in African nationalities.
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