Rwanda: First Batch of IT Students Graduate From Rwanda's Carnegie Mellon University

The Carnegie Mellon University has announced the graduation of its first class, not just in Rwanda, but in Africa at large. Each of the 22 students was awarded with a master's degree in information Technology (IT).

"Our graduating class is filled with remarkable young men and women who are ready to enter industry and become entrepreneurs. We are excited about their potential to make significant contributions to IT in East Africa and the world," said James H. Garrett Jr, dean of Carnegie Mellon College of Engineering.

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