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It is our pleasure to introduce to you our work and activities in Rwanda and assist you with useful information about Germany.
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Since 1st March 2013, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium is in charge of all Schengen visa on behalf of the German Embassy Kigali!
Since 14th March 2013, all Schengen member states represented in Rwanda have started applying the VIS system.
How to apply for Schengen Visa
Rwanda and Germany sign pact to boost energy supply in Rwanda and the Great Lakes region
The Government of Rwanda and the Federal Republic of Germany today signed a bilateral agreement worth € 15.0 (...
Full grant scholarship:The scholarship covers the living expenses for a 3-year research stay at a German university or research institute. There are no tuition fees to be paid for PhD studies at publi...
PhD scholarships to Germany
The Permanent Secretary at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Mary BAINE, together with the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Rwanda, Mr. Peter Fahrenholtz, today launched the African Union Border Management Programme through an official handing over of equipment for border delimitation and demarcation.
Joint Press Release AU Border Management
GOETHE-INSTITUT German Cultural Center / Liaison Office Kigali
13, KN 27 St., Kiyovu
P.O. Box 6889, Kigali/Rwanda
Tel.: +250 (0)784 950744
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German National Tourist Board
Starting mid-October, Berlin-based iversity.org, a platform for academic online teaching, will offer its first Massive Open Online Courses, known as “MOOCs”. Courses are taught by renowned German and international faculty and are available to students worldwide, for free.
Online courses in higher education
Nowadays European policy covers all policy fields. To be an effective advocate of Germany’s interests in Europe, the Federal Government needs efficient policy coordination mechanisms.
German policy on Europe