UNILAK

Strategic Partnership

  

UNILAK aims to be an innovative and resourceful
University that challenges our students and staff to realise their talent, for
their own benefit and for the wider good.

University of Lay Adventists of Kigali international strategy aims to deepen and further develop international connections and activities that enhance our teaching and research.

For UNILAK, these partnerships provide support for research and service missions; broaden the experience of their students and faculty; identify significant, interesting,
and relevant problems; enhance regional economic development; and increase employment opportunities for students.

Strategic International Aims

To deepen and further develop international connections and activities that enhance our research, enterprise, teaching and learning through the Research Office. Secondly, to embed internationalization in everything we do across our core activities at home and abroad, including promoting and supporting initiatives to internationalise our curriculum, establishing. collaborative teaching and learning opportunities for students both at home and abroad and in line with our Education and Research Strategy.

Scope of Partnerships

Visiting faculty and staff; Joint research, service and entrepreneurial activity; Exchanges of information and material; Joint initiatives in research funding; Mobility/Exchange of students; Development of educational services, community services and international activities.

UNILAK DVAC with a member of the Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography (XIEG), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and the Sino-Africa Joint Research Centre (SAJOREC)
partners from China at UNILAK
UNILAK DVAF with members of the Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography (XIEG), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and the Sino-Africa Joint Research Centre (SAJOREC) in the 6th International Conference on Environment, Energy, and Development (ICEED2023) in Kigali November 8, 2023.

List of MoUs Signed

  1. Rwandan Organization of Private Higher Learning Institutions
    (ORIPES)
  2. Inter-University Council for East Africa  (IUCEA)
  3. Xinjiang institute of Ecology and Geography 
  4. The Canadian cooperative association
  5. Rwanda Cooperatives Agency (RCA)
  6. Association Rwandaise pour le development rural/ Eastern Province
  7. Moshi University college of cooperative and business studies, Tanzania
  8. IMF 
  9. National commission of science and technology(NCST)
  10. MINEMA
  11. University of Tennessee(USA) – https://www.utk.edu/
  12. Institute of Policy  Analysis and Research-Rwanda (IPAR)
  13. Woosong University (South Korea) – https://english.wsu.ac.kr/
  14. Clark Atlanta University(USA) – https://www.cau.edu/
  15. London Institute of Skills Development(United Kingdom) -https://londoninstitutesd.co.uk/
  16. Hacettepe University(Turkey) – https://www.hacettepe.edu.tr/english/
  17. Kyungdong University (South Korea) – https://global.kduniv.ac.kr/
  18. Khazar University(Azerbaijan)- https://www.khazar.org/
  19. University of St. Joseph(MACAO) – https://www.usj.edu.mo/en/
  20. Cyprus West University (Cyprus) – https://cwu.edu.tr/
  21. The University of Texas at Austin – https://www.utexas.edu/
  22. Dayananda Sagar University, Bangalore,INDIA –https://www.dsu.edu.in/
  23. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, INDIA– https://www.jnu.ac.in/
  24. Article 26-https://www.article26.org
  25. YonseiUniversity, South Korea-https://www.yonsei.ac.kr/
  26. LA TROBE University-https://www.latrobe.edu.au/
  27. University of Coruña -https://www.udc.es/en/ori/conoce_la_udc/
  28. Erasmus+ -https://erasmus-plus.ec.europa.eu/
  29. Avenay-Val-d'Or- https://avenay-val-d-or.fr/