UNILAK

Masters Programmes

UNILAK offers a range of Masters Programmes in various disciplines, such as Business, Engineering, Humanities, Social Sciences, and more. You can benefit from our flexible curriculum, which allows you to tailor your studies to your career goals and personal interests.

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As a student in one of our University Masters Programmes, you will have access to state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge research, and extensive networking opportunities. You will also receive individualized support and guidance from our dedicated faculty and staff, who will help you succeed academically and professionally.

A place to learn and grow together

Are you ready to take your education to the next level? Do you want to learn from world-class experts in your field of interest? Do you want to join a diverse and vibrant community of scholars and practitioners? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should consider applying for one of our University Masters Programmes.

Don’t miss this chance to advance your knowledge, skills, and qualifications with one of our University Masters Programmes.

Apply now and start your journey towards excellence!

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

The Master of Science in Management Information Systems at UNILAK intends to focus on preparing postgraduates students with issues related to application, integration, training and administration of computing technologies which meets both organizational and societal needs. Read More

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The central aim of the Master’s degree in Information Technology at UNILAK is to equip the postgraduate candidates with the necessary practical skills in the application of Database, Networking, Web programming, Internet and multimedia technologies through hands-on experience and industrial placements. The course takes on two main tracks including IT-Networking and IT-multimedia. Read More

MASTER’S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)

This program primarily maintains a managerial emphasis. Our aim is to provide our students those lessons and applications that help them manage people and other resources to achieve the desired results. It has also a decision-making orientation. Since the current world is characterized by an imperfect environment and incomplete information, this program is designed to prepare students to understand the risks and rewards of decision making and to be responsible for the consequences that follow. Read More

MASTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (MEDS)

After observing that Rwanda’s own limited resources require management in such a manner that they can be made to last and the country’s concern to be in the forefront in the advancement of environmental knowledge and practice, UNILAK established the master’s program in environmental and development (MEDs).Read More

LLM IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

The Master’s program in International Criminal Law is designed to equip postgraduate candidates to deal with complex issues in Law at both the national and international levels. Graduates will be singularly qualified to assume leadership roles in the world of international criminal tribunals such as the ICC, national legal institutions and law firms, academia, and ministries such as Foreign Affairs and Justice, among others.

LLM INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND LAND USE LAW

The central aim of the LLM program in International Environmental Law and Land Use is to train a new style of international environment lawyers and environmental activists by offering a broad and deep understanding of relevant issues and supporting the development of academic skills through the analysis of such issues. The program is timely because it enables Rwandan stakeholders to develop academic expertise with a contextual approach. It is also meant to enable the development of regional expertise competent to handle issues at stake in the region and the world today, issues of environmental laws and their applicability in context and making sense of International Environmental Law.