Our students get a lot of benefits by studying Hospitality and Tourism because it will enable Burundi to be a host destination to many tourists. This will boost the revenue, creates thousands of jobs, develops the infrastructures of a country, and plants a sense of cultural exchange between foreigners and citizens.
Our students get the necessary skills. Fund mobilization and grant management, design and implement and monitor projects so as to: assess the stakeholders' understanding of the project; • minimize the risk of project failure; • promote systematic and professional management; and • assess progress in implementation. One needs to recognize the role played by the various stakeholders in monitoring and evaluation.
Our students in entrepreneurship benefit by extending beyond the businesses they establish. Entrepreneurs improve the lives of individuals and communities, as well as the overall economy. They have been instrumental in spurring social change and improving the way people live and work.
Our architecture students are lucky because our University is the only University that is offering architecture in Burundi. Our students do not only design but also built; it’s our students who designed the biggest stadium in Burundi and now they are supervising its construction. This makes them get opportunities in Congo since it has joined EAC. At its roots, architecture exists to create the physical environment in which people live, but architecture is more than just the built environment, it's also a part of our rich African culture. It stands as a representation of how we see ourselves, as well as how we see the world.
Our students get the most important aspect of computer science in problem solving, an essential skill for life. We put more emphases on programming where they study the design, development and analysis of software and hardware used to solve problems in a variety of business, scientific and social contexts.