Rwanda Gets First Public Coding School

11 January 2019

Computing

Sixty young bright students have already been selected across the country to join the first cohort of the inaugural software programming school, adding impetus to the country's efforts to become a regional tech hub.

Isaac Munyakazi, the State Minister for Primary and Secondary Education told The New Times that all is set for the first bunch of selected young tech enthusiast to begin their studies.

The school will be hosted at Nyabihu Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) School.

Source: The New Times