New Canadian scholarship program addresses inequality in developing countries

OTTAWA – Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau announced Saturday the launch of the Canadian International Development Scholarships 2030 program that will educate, train and empower thousands of bright, talented people in developing countries around the world. Prime Minister Trudeau made the announcement while attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Kigali, Rwanda. Colleges and […]

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#AlumOfTheWeek – Ebimoboere Claudius, an AIMS Ghana Alumna

At the AIMS Alumni Meet-Up held on Saturday, 21st May 2022, at the Impact Hub, Lagos, the story of a young lady was the highlight of the event. Being fascinated by the idea behind the establishment of AIMS, a concept that seeks to raise Africans to solve African problems, this lady was determined to be […]

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#AlumOfTheWeek – Dative Tuyisenge, an AIMS Ghana 2016 Alumna

Academic institutions, by their establishments, are mandated to train and equip their students to take up leadership roles and effect change in all aspects of the economy. Those who believe in the calibre of training they are giving their products have no fears of employing the same to foster the development and fulfilment of its […]

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AIMS NEI and iSQI Partner to Boost the Skills of  Youth in Africa!

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences – Next Einstein Initiative (AIMS-NEI) and the International Software Quality Institute (iSQI GmbH) have entered a long-term partnership to boost the skills of youth in Africa. The partnership seeks to certify the skills of young Africans including students and teachers at AIMS-NEI centres in Rwanda, Ghana, Cameroon, Senegal and […]

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#AlumOfTheWeek – Glorie Metsa Wowo, AIMS Cameroon 2020 Alumna.

Would you rather have an education full of theoretical knowledge or one which is practical and solves real-life problems? The general educational system in Africa is more theoretical, which impedes the continent’s progress. The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences is on a mission to change this narrative. With its Cooperative (Coop) Master’s program, students receive […]

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#AlumOfTheWeek – Dr. Oluwakemi Imole Adewumi, AIMS South Africa 2016 alumna.

On Saturday, 21st May 2022, the AIMS Alumni office held the maiden edition of the Alumni Meet-Up in Lagos, Nigeria. This event was necessary because Nigerians form over 10% of the total alumni who have graduated from across the AIMS Centres. Noteworthy is that most of these Nigerians who come to AIMS, like other students, […]

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AIMS Rwanda hosts 2nd Edition of AIMS Alumni Meet-Up

Motivation and wise counsel can never be overrated or underestimated in an individual’s life. Sometimes in life, the only thing that can get you going and cheer you up is that one word whispered to you either consciously or in passing. Feedback and comments directed to you by your mentors and other people you look […]

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#AlumOfTheWeek – Wangari Kimotho, AIMS Cameroon Alumni.

Industrialisation, power generation, deforestation and other human activities cause the world’s climate to change for the worse rapidly. These changes are severe and result in extremities in almost every weather element. Excessive rainfall, more extended periods of droughts leading to bushfires and many other negative consequences on our environment are some of the effects these […]

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#AlumOfTheWeek – Fadel Thior, AIMS Rwanda Alumni.

The pride of every academic institution is in the calibre of alumni it produces and the impact they have on its immediate communities. Additionally, there is strength in numbers as there is in unity. Most AIMS programs take up to a year to complete, which does not allow students from different cohorts to interact while […]

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AIMS and IVADO Renew Partnership to Advance STEM in Africa

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) and the Institute for Data Valorization (IVADO), with the financial support of the Canada First Research Excellence Fund, recently renewed a two-year, CAD $200,000 partnership to host supervised research internships for AIMS masters students at its world-class Montreal-based research universities. This innovative partnership will award 16 scholarships to […]

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