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  1. 1. Kigali Institute of Education P.O Box: 5039 Kigali – Rwanda Tel: (250) 55100591/513710 Fax: (250) 586890 E-mail: admin@kie.ac.rw Website: www.kie.ac.rw Kigali Institute of Education Facts and Figures December, 2011
  2. 2. Planning & Cooperation Department 2 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011TABLE OF CONTENTSI. GENERAL INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………………………………………………….5II. I.1. BACKGROUND…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….5 1.0. OVERVIEW ...........................................................................................................................................................................5 1.1. KIE OBJECTIVE ...................................................................................................................................................................5 1.2. MISSIONS OF KIE...............................................................................................................................................................5 1.3. CORE VALUES .....................................................................................................................................................................5 I. 2 KIE AT A GLANCE ....................................................................................................................................................................5 III. KIE CENTRES .......................................................................................................................................................................9 II. 4. CENTRE FOR GENDER, CULTURE AND DEVELOPMENT (CGCD) ........................................................ 11 II.5. CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE .............................................................................................................................................. 12 II.7. PROJECTS IN KIE ................................................................................................................................................................. 12IV. CURRENT SITUATION OF STAFF……………………………………………………………………………………………..13 V. 1. DATA ON KIE TEACHING STAFF ........................................................................................................................... 13 III. 1. 2. CURRENT KIE ACADEMIC STAFF: By Qualification and Gender ....................................................... 13 III. 1. 3. ACADEMIC STAFF BY FACULTY, NATIONALITY AND GENDER......................................................... 15 III. 1. 4. ACADEMIC STAFF BY RANK AND GENDER .................................................................................................. 15 III. 1. 5. ACADEMIC STAFF WITH RESPECT TO FACULTY AND CONTRACT TERMS ................................. 17 III. 1. 6. ACADEMIC STAFF DISTRIBUTION BY FACULTY AND QUALIFICATION ........................................ 17 III. 1. 7. ACADEMIC STAFF DISTRIBUTION BY FACULTY AND GRADE ............................................................ 18 VI. ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNICAL STAFF ..................................................................................................... 20VII. DATA RELATED TO STUDENTS……………………………………………………………………………………………….25 V.1. CURRENT ENROLLMENT................................................................................................................................................ 25 V.1.1. STUDENTS BY FACULTY AND GENDER (DAY PROGRAM) .................................................................... 25 V.1.2. DAY PROGRAM STUDENTS BY LEVEL AND GENDER .............................................................................. 26 V.1.3. STUDENTS FOR EVENING PROGRAM 2010-2011 ..................................................................................... 27 V.1.4. STUDENTS FOR DISTANCE TRAINING PROGRAM 2010-2011 ................................................................ 28 V.1.5. AMITY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 2009-2011 ..................................................................................................... 29 V.1.6. IGNOU STUDENTS INTAKE 2010-2011 ............................................................................................................... 29 V.1.7. UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS STUDENT’S INTAKE 2011-2013 ...................................................................... 30 V.2. GRADUATION TREND FROM 2005 TO 2011 ......................................................................................................... 31 V.2.1. VARIATION IN NUMBERS OF GRADUATES 2005-2011 BY GENDER .................................................... 32 V.2.2. VARIATION IN NUMBERS OF GRADUATES 2005-2011 IN GENERAL................................................... 33 VI.2.1. ICT DEVELOPMENT...................................................................................................................................................... 34 VI.2.2. RATIO SUMMARY .......................................................................................................................................................... 35 IX. STUDENTS WELFARE .................................................................................................................................................. 35X. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE KIE ACTION PLAN (2011-2012)……………………………………………………………...35
  3. 3. Planning & Cooperation Department 3 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011LIST OF FIGURESFIGURE 1 : ACADEMIC STAFF QUALIFICATION BY GENDER ................................................................................... 14FIGURE 2: ACADEMIC STAFF RATIOS ................................................................................................................ 14FIGURE 3: ACADEMIC STAFF BY RANK AND GENDER ........................................................................................... 16FIGURE 4: ACADEMIC STAFF RATIOS BY RANK ................................................................................................... 16FIGURE 5: ACADEMIC STAFF RATIOS BY CONTRACT TERM ................................................................................... 17FIGURE 6: ACADEMIC STAFF DISTRIBUTION BY FACULTY..................................................................................... 18FIGURE 7: ACADEMIC STAFF ON STUDY BY GENDER ............................................................................................ 19FIGURE 8: ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF BY QUALIFICATION AND GENDER .................................................................... 21FIGURE 9: KIE CONTRACTUAL STAFF ............................................................................................................... 23FIGURE 10: STAFF WHO LEFT KIE SINCE 1999 TO 2011 ................................................................................... 24FIGURE 11: NUMBER OF DAY PROGRAM STUDENTS BY FACULTY AND GENDER ....................................................... 25FIGURE 12: DAY PROGRAM STUDENTS BY FACULTY RATIOS ................................................................................. 26FIGURE 13: STUDENTS BY LEVEL AND GENDER (DAY PROGRAM) ......................................................................... 27FIGURE 14: STUDENTS BY GENDER - FOR EVENING PROGRAM 2010-2011 ........................................................... 28FIGURE 15: AMITY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 2009-2011 .................................................................................... 29FIGURE 16: NUMBER OF STUDENTS FOR IGNOU IN KIE...................................................................................... 30FIGURE 17: NUMBER OF STUDENTS FOR MADRAS UNIVERSITY IN KIE................................................................... 30FIGURE 19: GRADUATES FROM 2005 BY GENDER .............................................................................................. 32FIGURE 20: VARIATION IN NUMBERS OF GRADUATES BY GENDER .......................................................................... 32FIGURE 21: VARIATION IN NUMBERS OF GRADUATES 2005 – 2011 IN GENERAL..................................................... 33
  4. 4. Planning & Cooperation Department 4 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011LIST OF TABLESTABLE 1: NUMBER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES SINCE 2008........................................................................ 12TABLE 2: CURRENT KIE ACADEMIC STAFF: QUALIFICATION BY GENDER ............................................................... 13TABLE 3: ACADEMIC STAFF BY FACULTY, NATIONALITY AND GENDER ................................................................... 15TABLE 4: ACADEMIC STAFF BY RANK AND GENDER ............................................................................................ 15TABLE 5: ACADEMIC STAFF WITH RESPECT TO FACULTY AND CONTRACT TERMS ..................................................... 17TABLE 6: ACADEMIC STAFF QUALIFICATION BY FACULTY .................................................................................... 17TABLE 7: ACADEMIC STAFF GRADE BY FACULTY ................................................................................................ 18TABLE 8: ACADEMIC STAFF ON STUDY LEAVE AS BY OCTOBER 2011 ..................................................................... 19TABLE 9: ADMINISTRATIVE, TECHNICAL AND SUPPORT STAFF: BY EDUCATION LEVEL AND GENDER. ........................... 20TABLE 10: ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF BY OFFICE, DEPARTMENT, GENDER AND LEVEL ............................................... 22TABLE 11: CONTRACTUAL STAFF..................................................................................................................... 23TABLE 12: STAFF WHO LEFT KIE SINCE 1999 TO 2011..................................................................................... 23TABLE 13: STUDENTS BY FACULTY AND GENDER (DAY PROGRAM)....................................................................... 25TABLE 14: DAY PROGRAM STUDENTS BY LEVEL AND GENDER ............................................................................. 26TABLE 15: STUDENTS FOR EVENING PROGRAM 2010-2011 ............................................................................... 27TABLE 16: DISTRIBUTION OF DTP STUDENTS BY GENDER ................................................................................... 28TABLE 17: AMITY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 2009-2011 ..................................................................................... 29TABLE 18: IGNOU STUDENTS INTAKE 2010-2011 .......................................................................................... 29TABLE 19: UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS STUDENT’S INTAKE 2011-2013................................................................... 30TABLE 20: MASTERS OF GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT......................................................................................... 31TABLE 21: LEARNERS IN CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE AT KIE FROM 2009 TO 2011 BY GENDER ..................................... 31TABLE 22: GRADUATES FROM 2005 BY GENDER ............................................................................................... 31TABLE 23: KIE INFRASTRUCTURES .................................................................................................................. 34
  5. 5. Planning & Cooperation Department 5 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011 I. GENERAL INTRODUCTION II. I.1. BACKGROUND1.0. OVERVIEW Kigali Institute of education (KIE) opened in 1999 and was legally established under KIE statute law No. 49/2001 of 27/12/2001; while the KIE structure, organization and functioning is determined by law No 20/2008 of 18/07/2008. Since its establishment, KIE has made big strides in the realization of its objectives. 1.1. KIE OBJECTIVE KIE has the objective to offer high level teaching in various fields and in technology and conduct research in various matters as well to help the population solve their problems.1.2. MISSIONS OF KIE • To develop curricula and to offer high level educational courses in various field and at different academic cycles; • To prepare courses aimed at providing knowledge in the teaching practice to students completing their studies in other higher in other institutions; • To offer specialized training to teachers of disabled persons: physical, mental, deaf, damn and blind. • To organize constant trainings for teachers; • To promote research in the fields of pedagogy and science of development, • To disseminate research findings through various means; • To provide the specialized training in matter in matters relating to library science, archive, secretariat, finance management and other; • To collaborate with other higher learning and research institutions in the areas of academic and research fields on national as well international standards in order to promote education, science and technology; • To promote cooperation with the institution in charge of education and those in charge of social affairs aimed at improved curricula provided by KIE; • To promote science, to conserve and support intellectual achievements in Rwanda; • To support cultural, civic and moral education of KIE community and to enhance economic and socio-cultural development of country.1.3. CORE VALUES  Equity  Tolerance and mutual respect  Scholarship  Quality  AccountabilityI. 2 KIE AT A GLANCE  Started in 1999;  Currently 4 Faculties, 3 Academic Centres;  Special Needs Resource Room  Pan-African e-learning Centre  Chinese Language Centre (Confucius Institute)  4 Regional Centres
  6. 6. Planning & Cooperation Department 6 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011  Staff: 361 (Academic, Administrative, Technical and support staff)I.3. PROGRAMMES3.1. FACULTY OF EDUCATIONDepartments:  Educational Psychology  Curriculum and Teaching  Educational Foundation and ManagementDegree Programmes  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Mathematics Education (Primary Teacher Education)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Integrated Sciences (Primary Teacher Education)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) English Education (Primary Teacher Education)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) French (Primary Teacher Education)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Kiswahili (Primary Teacher Education)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Kinyarwanda (Primary Teacher Education)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Entrepreneurship (Primary Teacher Education)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Social studies (Primary Teacher Education)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Foundations of Education (Primary Teacher Education)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) in Early Childhood Education (expected to begin) Diploma Programmes  Diploma in Education (Biology and Chemistry) (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education (Mathematics and Chemistry) (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education (Mathematics and Computer Sciences) (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education (Mathematics and Physic) (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education (English and French) (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education (English and Kinyarwanda) (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education (English and Kiswahili) (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education (Entrepreneurship) (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education (Geography and History) (Upper Basic)
  7. 7. Planning & Cooperation Department 7 KIE – Facts and Figures December 20113.2. FACULTY OF SCIENCEDepartments  Biology – Chemistry –Physical education and Sports  Mathematics and Physics  Computer ScienceProgrammes:  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Biology (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Chemistry (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Computer Science (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Mathematics (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Physics (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Physical Education & Sports (Secondary)3.3. FACULTY OF ARTS AND LANGUAGESDepartments:  Languages and Linguistics  Literatures  Communication Skills Programmes  Bachelor of Education (Hons) English (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) French (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Literature in English (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Kinyarwanda (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Kiswahili (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Drama (Secondary)3.4. FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND BUSINESS STUDIESDepartments  Economics and Business Studies  Social Sciences  Professional Police Studies
  8. 8. Planning & Cooperation Department 8 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Programmes:  Bachelor of Education (Hons) History (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Geography (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Economics (Secondary)  Bachelor of Education (Hons) Entrepreneurship (Secondary)  Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) Professional Police Studies  Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) Marketing  Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) Management  Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) Accounting and Finance  Bachelor of Office Administration and Management (Hons)School of Postgraduate StudiesProgrammes:  Master of Social Sciences in Gender and Development  Master of Education in Educational Leadership and Management (to begin soon)  Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction (to begin soon)  Postgraduate Diploma in Education (to begin soon)  Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education3.5. Programmes being phased out3.5.1. FACULTY OF EDUCATION  Bachelor of Education (Hons), (Education + English) with QCTS  Bachelor of Education (Hons), (Education + Biology) with QCTCS  Bachelor of Education (Hons), (Education + Mathematics) with QCTS  Bachelor of Education (Hons), (Education + Physics) with QCTS  Bachelor of Education (Hons), (Education + History) with QCTS  Bachelor of Education (Hons), (Education + Geography ) with QCTS  Bachelor of Education (Hons), (Education + French) with QCTS  Bachelor of Education (Hons), (Education + Computer Science) with QCTS  Diploma in Education, Biology and Chemistry with QTS (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education, English and French with QTS (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education, Entrepreneurship with QTS (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education, History and Religious Studies and Philosophy with QTS (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education, History and Geography with QTS (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education, English and History with QTS (Upper Basic)  Diploma in Education, English and Geography with QTS (Upper Basic)
  9. 9. Planning & Cooperation Department 9 KIE – Facts and Figures December 20113.5.2. FACULTY OF SCIENCE  Bachelor of Science (Hons), Biology with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Science (Hons), Chemistry with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Science (Hons), Mathematics with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Science (Hons), Physics with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Science (Hons), Computer Science with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Science (Hons), Physical Education and Sports with Education and QTS (Secondary)3.5.3. FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND BUSINESS STUDIES  Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons), History with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons), Business Studies with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons), Economics with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons), Geography with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons), Religious Studies and Philosophy with Education and QTS (Secondary)3.5.4. FACULTY OF ARTS AND LANGUAGES  Bachelor of Arts (Hons), English with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Arts (Hons), French with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Kinyarwanda with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Kiswahili with Education and QTS (Secondary)  Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Literature in English with Education and QTS (Secondary)III. KIE CENTRES II.1. CENTRE FOR OPEN, DISTANCE AND E-LEARNING (CODEL)Departments:  Distance Training Programme ( DTP)  Tele-EducationCODEL aims at extending KIEs mission by making the Institutes scholarship accessible to the widercommunity. The main objective of the Centre is to provide high quality, flexible, part time educationtailored for adults in order to complement the Institute’ core mission.1.1. DISTANCE TRAINING PROGRAMME (DTP)This department is committed to provide accredited open learning programmes to develop academicand professional skills of unqualified secondary schools teachers using distance learning methods.Beneficiaries access services through the 10 DTP centres.Teaching in DTP is based on modular system; a Material Production Unit has been opened and it isresponsible for the production and distribution of modules to the Centres.Currently there are two cohorts of 2500 DTP students.
  10. 10. Planning & Cooperation Department 10 KIE – Facts and Figures December 20111.2. PAN - AFRICAN TELE-EDUCATIONThis is an e-learning centre under Pan African e-Network that provides Distance Learning through V-SAT technology. The basic objective of the e-learning centre is to enhance capacity building in Rwandaby offering Postgraduate, Undergraduate, Diploma and Certificate programmes from the world classIndian universities through the Pan African e-Network. At the moment Kigali Institute of Education(KIE) has collaboration with Amity University, University of Madras and Indira Gandhi National OpenUniversity.The following programmes are offered:1.2.1. Amity University  MBA in International Business  Master in Finance and Control  Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology (IT)  Bachelor of Science in Information Technology  Bachelor of Finance & Investment Analysis1.2.2. Indira Ghandi National Open University  MBA in Human Resource and Marketing  Master of Tourism Management  Bachelor of Tourism Studies  Diploma in Early Child Care and Education  Diploma in HIV/AIDS and Family Education1.2.3. University of Madras  Master of Science in Information Technology  Bachelor of Business AdministrationII.3. CENTRE FOR ACADEMIC PRACTICE AND DEVELOPMENTThe Centre for Academic Practice and Development (CAPD) is specialized academic centre that wasestablished to ensure that:  Quality learning and teaching materials are developed, produced and availed to both Lecturers and students.  Academic Leadership programmes are developed and administered to enhance capacity of academic staff in their teaching and learning in Higher Education.  Leadership programmes are developed and offered to ensure capacity building and community services  Short courses, seminars, conferences, training sessions and professional development workshops are designed and organised for academic staff to ensure capacity building and staff development in Higher Education.
  11. 11. Planning & Cooperation Department 11 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011  Academic managers and potential academic managers are trained in Educational Leadership and Academic Management  Income generation through short courses trainings  E and Open learning materials are searched and availed to assist academic staff and students in their teaching, learning and research. Currently the Centre for Academic Practice and Development has four major areas of focus for delivery: 1. Leadership Programmes 2. Academic Staff Development 3. Workshops, Seminars, Conferences and Public Lectures 4. Consultancy services.3.1. Leadership Programmes  Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education  Continuing Professional Development Diploma in Special Needs Education  School Leadership and Management  English Proficiency Program  Intensive Pedagogical Training Program  Customer Care Program3.2. Academic Staff DevelopmentUnder Academic Staff Development different trainings are organised to enhance capacity building indifferent areas like ‘Learner Centered Interactive Methodologies and DTP Module writing.Workshops, Seminars, Conferences and Public LecturesCAPD ensures the planning, preparation and coordination in terms of logistics and assistance in theorganization of various public lectures, conferences, seminars and workshops. As it has become aculture at KIE that almost every Wednesday afternoon is meant for public lectures and conferences.Consultancy servicesConsultancy services are offered to generate income.II. 4. CENTRE FOR GENDER, CULTURE AND DEVELOPMENT (CGCD)The Centre for Gender, Culture and Development aims at translating into action the national policycommitments on gender equality and women’s empowerment. The centre coordinates the running ofacademic programmes for certificates, diplomas, and degrees in gender, culture and development.CGCDS engages in research and development and knowledge transfer in order to produce qualifiedundergraduate and postgraduate students among the target groups in a high-quality researchenvironment, promoting policy development, community outreach, and culture exchange. Currentlythe Centre offers Master of Social Sciences in Gender and Development and more programmes areexpected to start in 2012.
  12. 12. Planning & Cooperation Department 12 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011II.5. CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE The Confucius Institute was started at KIE in partnership with Chongqing Normal University inChina and officially opened in December 2008. Objectives:  To organise Chinese Language Training classes  To undertake training for Chinese language teachers  To develop cultural and academic collaboration and exchanges between Chongqing Normal University in China and KIE.II.6. INCLUSIVE EDUCATION UNITA special Needs resource Room was open at KIE to cater for students with disabilities. The unitensures that:  There are equal opportunities and access to education for all students including those with disabilities and other special educational needs.  Provisions for students with severe disabilities are adequate.Objectives  To provide support to students with sensory and other severe disabilities, enabling them to access a range of educational services at equal level as their peers without disabilities.  To advise, support and liaise with lecturers and administrative staff to provide the assistance required by the learners as matter of right or entitlement.Table 1: Number of students with disabilities since 2008Year No of Students2008 82009 122010 162011 20II.7. PROJECTS IN KIEDELPHE: Education for Community CohesionThe project started in 2008 and it is implemented by Kigali Institute of Education in Partnership withthe University of Nottingham in UK. The aim of the project is to develop teachers who can employ arange of pedagogies to promote community cohesion in both formal and non-formal educationalsettings. The project is also meant to enhance peace and citizenship education.MIDA: Capacity Building of Academic Staff in Use of Online Learning MaterialsThe project opened in 2010; it is implemented by KIE in collaboration with MIDA. The main objectiveof the project is to build capacity of a team of KIE academic staff in skills related to the development ofonline educational study materials, as a foundation for the development and sustainability of usingonline study contents. The main activities involved include development of the training modules, stafftraining in skills on the development and use of online educational materials.
  13. 13. Planning & Cooperation Department 13 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011VolkswagenThe project provides impetus for development of research projects in various disciplines in HigherEducation. The project’s objective is to explore the co-existence of long-term development withmaximum environmental quality; a special case of coexistence of tropical farming and mining. Incollaboration with KIE, the current research is meant to establish an inventory of the impact of pastand future mining on the environment and provide recommendations for restitution of thewastelands in the selected areas.IV. CURRENT SITUATION OF STAFF V. 1. DATA ON KIE TEACHING STAFFAcademic Staff population is composed of 187 Staff members where 166 are Rwandese and 21 areExpatriate; statistics below are related to academic staff at KIE by qualifications (PhD, Masters&Bachelors) and gender.III. 1. 2. CURRENT KIE ACADEMIC STAFF: By Qualification and GenderTable 2: Current KIE Academic Staff: Qualification by GenderRank Male Female TotalPhDs 29 6 35Masters 72 15 87Bachelors 39 17 56Others 7 2 9Total 147 40 187
  14. 14. Planning & Cooperation Department 14 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Figure 1 : Academic Staff Qualification by GenderFigure 2: Academic Staff Ratios
  15. 15. Planning & Cooperation Department 15 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011III. 1. 3. ACADEMIC STAFF BY FACULTY, NATIONALITY AND GENDERThe following information portrays the KIE academic Staff Faculty, Grade, Nationality and Gender.Table 3: Academic Staff by Faculty, Nationality and Gender Associate Senior Assistant Tutorial Professor Lecturer Total TotalFaculty / Grade Sex Professor Lecturer Lecturer Assistant Nat Exp Nat Exp Nat Exp Nat Exp Nat Exp Nat Exp Nat Exp F 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 5 0 11 0 11Science M 0 0 0 6 4 3 7 1 19 0 11 0 41 10 51 F 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 2 0 5 0 8 5 13Social Sciences and Business Studies M 0 1 0 0 2 1 7 1 16 0 7 0 32 3 35 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 7 0 7Arts and Languages M 0 0 0 1 4 0 10 0 11 0 6 0 31 1 32 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 4 0 9 0 9Education M 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 2 11 0 6 0 27 2 29 F 0 0 0 1 0 2 8 2 11 0 16 0 35 5 40 Total M 0 1 0 7 10 4 34 4 57 0 30 0 131 16 147Total 0 1 0 8 10 6 42 6 68 0 46 0 166 21 187 Nat: National,Exp: Expatriate.III. 1. 4. ACADEMIC STAFF BY RANK AND GENDERThe following table shows the academic staff by Rank and Gender.Table 4: Academic Staff by Rank and Gender Rank/Gender Males Females Total Professor 1 0 1 Associate Professor 7 1 8 Senior Lecturer 14 2 16 Lecturer 39 9 48 Assistant Lecturer 57 11 68 Tutorial Assistant 30 16 46Total 148 39 187
  16. 16. Planning & Cooperation Department 16 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Figure 3: Academic Staff by Rank and GenderFigure 4: Academic Staff Ratios by Rank
  17. 17. Planning & Cooperation Department 17 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011III. 1. 5. ACADEMIC STAFF WITH RESPECT TO FACULTY AND CONTRACT TERMSTable 5 provides information of academic staff with respect to faculty and contract terms.Table 5: Academic Staff with respect to Faculty and Contract terms Expatriate Improved Local Faculty Local Total Contract Term Contract Term 51 Science 10 1 62 Social Sciences and Business Studies 37 8 6 51 (CGCD inclusive) 31 Arts and Languages 1 5 37 33 Education 2 2 37 Total 152 21 14 187Figure 5: Academic Staff Ratios by Contract termIII. 1. 6. ACADEMIC STAFF DISTRIBUTION BY FACULTY AND QUALIFICATIONTable 6 below describes existing profiles or education level per Faculty.Table 6: Academic Staff Qualification by Faculty Masters Bachelors Faculty PhD Total Degree Degree Science 17 23 22 62 Social Sciences (CGCD 7 29 15 51 inclusive) Arts and Languages 7 15 15 37 Education 4 20 13 37 Total 35 87 65 187
  18. 18. Planning & Cooperation Department 18 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Figure 6: Academic Staff Distribution by FacultyIII. 1. 7. ACADEMIC STAFF DISTRIBUTION BY FACULTY AND GRADEThe following table gives the information on training status of academic staff per Faculty and Grade.Table 7: Academic Staff Grade by Faculty Faculty / Grade Associate Senior Assistant Tutorial Sex Professor Professor Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Assistant Total F 0 0 0 1 5 5 11 Science M 0 6 7 8 19 11 51 F 0 0 0 2 2 5 9 Social Sciences and Business Studies M 1 0 3 8 20 7 39 F 0 0 0 4 1 2 7 Arts and Languages M 0 1 4 10 11 6 32 F 0 0 0 2 3 4 9 Education M 0 0 0 12 11 6 29 Total 1 7 14 47 72 46 187
  19. 19. Planning & Cooperation Department 19 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011III. 1. 8. ACADEMIC STAFF ON STUDY LEAVE AS BY OCTOBER 2011Table 8: Academic Staff on study leave as by October 2011Qualification Males Females TotalPhD 17 3 20Masters 5 7 12Total 22 10 32Figure 7: Academic Staff on Study by Gender
  20. 20. Planning & Cooperation Department 20 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011VI. ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNICAL STAFFIV.1. ADMINISTRATIVE, TECHNICAL AND SUPPORT STAFF: BY EDUCATION LEVEL AND GENDER.The total number of administrative staff and technicians is 174 and these are distributed in differentdepartments as follows.Table 9: Administrative, technical and support staff: by Education level and gender. Qualification Gender Total Males Females PhD 2 0 2 Masters 8 1 9 Bachelors 40 30 70 Others 46 47 93 Total 96 78 174
  21. 21. Planning & Cooperation Department 21 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Figure 8: Administrative staff by Qualification and GenderIV.2. GENERAL DISTRIBUTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
  22. 22. Table 10: Administrative Staff by Office, Department, Gender and Level Qualification + Gender Doctorate Masters Bachelors Diploma A Level Others TOTALNo Office /Department M F TOT M F TOT M F TOT M F TOT M F TOT M F TOT M F TOT1 Rectors office 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 2 52 VRAC office 1 1 1 1 2 23 VRAF office 1 1 1 1 1 1 24 Administration & H.R 3 2 5 3 1 4 4 1 5 10 4 145 ICT 1 1 3 2 5 10 5 15 14 7 216 Library 1 1 4 11 15 4 12 167 Academic Affairs 2 2 2 3 5 2 2 4 5 98 Academic Quality 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 49 Students Services 4 2 6 3 4 7 7 6 13 Research &10 Consultancy 1 1 1 1 Planning &11 Cooperation 1 1 3 1 4 1 1 4 2 612 CODEL 2 2 10 1 11 1 1 2 6 8 14 8 2213 CAPD 2 2 2 214 Faculty of Science 1 1 2 2 4 1 1 2 4 3 7 Faculty of Arts15 Languages 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 3 516 Faculty of Social Sc 1 1 2 1 1 217 Faculty of Education 1 2 3 1 1 1 3 418 Confucius Institute 1 1 1 1 1 1 219 Estates 1 1 22 3 25 23 3 2620 Finance 3 4 7 1 1 2 4 5 921 Procurement Unit 1 1 1 1 1 1 2Grand Total 2 2 9 1 10 41 27 68 3 3 25 33 58 26 6 32 103 71 174 25
  23. 23. Planning & Cooperation Department 23 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011IV.3. CONTRACTUAL STAFFThe number of KIE staff on contract basis is 50; 27 are male and 23 are female. KIE has also openedthe door to work with other Institutions and organizations; these include the Police Project; each ofthese has contract employees distributed as follows:Table 11: Contractual Staff Contract Gender Total manager M F KIE 26 19 45 Police 1 4 5 TOTAL 27 23 50Figure 9: KIE Contractual StaffIV. 4. STAFF WHO LEFT KIE SINCE 1999 TO 2011The table (12) provides the information of the KIE Staff that left the Institution since 1999; variousreasons have contributed to the turnover rate; the reasons include: change for better opportunities,retirement, dismissal, government appointment, resignation and death.Table 12: Staff who left KIE Since 1999 to 2011Year Local Foreign TOTAL1999 5 1 62000 5 0 52001 2 3 52002 6 4 102003 9 10 192004 8 8 16
  24. 24. Planning & Cooperation Department 24 KIE – Facts and Figures December 20112005 9 2 112006 12 3 152007 8 5 132008 8 2 102009 7 9 162010 5 3 82011 13 1 14Total 97 51 148Figure 10: Staff who left KIE Since 1999 to 2011
  25. 25. Planning & Cooperation Department 25 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011VII. DATA RELATED TO STUDENTS V.1. CURRENT ENROLLMENT Statistics provided with respect to students are based on those who have already formally registered for 2011 Academic Year. KIE runs three programs i.e. Day, Evening and Distance Training Program; V.1.1. STUDENTS BY FACULTY AND GENDER (DAY PROGRAM) KIE Day Program is comprised of 4598 students who are distributed in four faculties: Science, Social Sciences and Business Studies, Arts and Languages and Faculty of Education, 73.42% are males and 26.57% are females; as shown in table 14 the Faculty of Science has more students than others with 42.67 %. Table 13: Students by Faculty and Gender (Day Program) Faculties/ Day program Males Females Total Arts & Languages 606 142 748 Education 624 264 888 Sciences 1449 513 1962 Social Sciences & Business Studies 697 303 1000 Total 3376 1222 4598 Figure 11: Number of Day Program Students by Faculty and Gender
  26. 26. Planning & Cooperation Department 26 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Figure 12: Day program Students by Faculty RatiosV.1.2. DAY PROGRAM STUDENTS BY LEVEL AND GENDERTable 14: Day Program Students by Level and Gender GenderLevel /Year Male Female TotalLevel 1 676 290 966Level 2 805 344 1149Level 3&4 1003 321 1324Year 5 891 268 1159Total 3375 1223 4598
  27. 27. Planning & Cooperation Department 27 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Figure 13: Students by Level and Gender (Day Program)V.1.3. STUDENTS FOR EVENING PROGRAM 2010-2011KIE Evening Program is composed of 1359 students distributed in three programs; 39.22% are maleand 60.77% are female. The following table shows their distribution in three programs by gender.Table 15: Students for Evening program 2010-2011Evening Program Male Female TotalFaculty of Social Sciences & 287 625 912Business Studies:Faculty of Education 13 24 37Postgraduate Program 103 80 183Tele-Education 130 97 227TOTAL 533 826 1359
  28. 28. Planning & Cooperation Department 28 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Figure 14: Students by Gender - for Evening program 2010-2011V.1.4. STUDENTS FOR DISTANCE TRAINING PROGRAM 2010-2011Table 16: Distribution of DTP students by GenderCENTRES SCIENCES LANGUAGES Grand total Male Female Male FemaleButare 71 74 67 50 262Byumba 68 18 46 18 150Gihundwe 61 23 45 36 165Kabgayi 128 92 109 78 407KIE 167 56 102 50 375Musanze 163 53 131 39 386Nyamagabe 42 14 27 21 104Nyundo 103 22 74 19 218Rubengera 57 27 41 22 147Rwamagana 132 42 78 34 286Total 992 421 720 367 2500
  29. 29. Planning & Cooperation Department 29 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011V.1.5. AMITY UNIVERSITY STUDENTS 2009-2011Table 17: Amity University Students 2009-2011Level Program No students MFC 36 MBA IB 36Postgraduate PGD IT 27 BSc IT 20Undergraduate BFIA 32Total 151Figure 15: Amity University Students 2009-2011V.1.6. IGNOU STUDENTS INTAKE 2010-2011Table 18: IGNOU Students intake 2010-2011Programmes Male Female TotalMBA Human Resources and Marketing ( MP) 17 14 31MA in Tourism Management(MTM) 28 11 39Diploma in HIV/AIDS and family Education(DAFE) 17 20 37Diploma in Early Child Care & Education(DECCE) 8 8 16Bachelor of Tourism Studies(BTS) 24 13 37Total 94 66 160
  30. 30. Planning & Cooperation Department 30 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Figure 16: Number of students for IGNOU in KIEV.1.7. UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS STUDENT’S INTAKE 2011-2013Table 19: University of Madras student’s intake 2011-2013Programmes Male Female TotalMSc IT (1st Intake) 39 10 49MSc IT (2nd Intake) 78 20 98BBA 52 44 96Total 169 74 243Figure 17: Number of students for Madras University in KIE
  31. 31. Planning & Cooperation Department 31 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011V.1.8. MASTERS OF GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT Table 20: Masters of Gender and developmentSex Number of Students Number of Students Total 2010/2011 2011/2012Male 8 10 18Female 37 30 67Total 45 40 85V.1.9. LEARNERS IN CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE FROM 2009 to 2011 BY GENDERThe Chinese Learning Centres are:  KIE Centre  BYUMBA Institute of Polytechnic  GSO Butare.Table 21: Learners in Confucius Institute at KIE from 2009 to 2011 by genderYEAR Male Female TOTAL2009 46 15 612010 91 30 1212011 67 11 78Total 204 56 260V.2. GRADUATION TREND FROM 2005 TO 2011Table 22 and Figures (21 to 23) show graduation figures and trends from 2005 to 2011. The numberof graduates is relatively higher in 2011 as the number of intake was increased along that period.Table 22: Graduates from 2005 by Gender GenderYear Female Male Total2005 362 267 6292007 358 519 8772008 237 454 6912009 458 833 12912010 326 886 12092011 950 1008 1958Total 2691 3967 6658
  32. 32. Planning & Cooperation Department 32 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011Figure 18: Graduates from 2005 by GenderV.2.1. VARIATION IN NUMBERS OF GRADUATES 2005-2011 BY GENDERThe following charts present the variation in numbers of graduates from 2005.Figure 19: Variation in numbers of graduates by gender
  33. 33. Planning & Cooperation Department 33 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011V.2.2. VARIATION IN NUMBERS OF GRADUATES 2005-2011 IN GENERALFigure 20: Variation in numbers of graduates 2005 – 2011 in general.
  34. 34. Planning & Cooperation Department 34 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011VIII. KIE INFRASTRUCTURE VI.1. Infrastructure distribution table Table 23: KIE Infrastructures BUILDINGS Number No of books No of No of seats Tables Total area in m2 titles Library 1 73051 11881 252 42 97.85 Lecture rooms 40 - - - 3200 Lecturers’ 53 - - - 636 offices Conference 4 - - - 1770 halls - Number Number of rooms Number of Total area Males Females beds in m2 Students’ 2 155 738 1944 236 502 hostels - Number in Toilets for Males Toilets for Total area - total students females in m2 students Toilets 119 67 52 - - - Number for Number for staff Total Connected Not Connected students to internet COMPUTERS 439 355 794 480 314 LABORATORIES Types Number Accommodation Area in m2 capacity Comments on the Equipments Biology Labs 3 90 900 Inadequate equipment Physics Labs 2 60 600 Inadequate equipments Chemistry Labs 3 90 900 Inadequate equipments Geography Labs 1 30 200 Lack of equipments Computer Labs 10 255 1200 Not sufficient VI.2. INFRASTRUCTURE RATIOS VI.2.1. ICT DEVELOPMENT • Computer – Student ratio currently stands at 1: 11 • At least every office of academic staff has a computer shared by 2 members of staff. • Every administrative staff has a computer.
  35. 35. Planning & Cooperation Department 35 KIE – Facts and Figures December 2011VI.2.2. RATIO SUMMARY • Academic staff- student ratio: 1:48 • Lecture rooms: 1: 116 • Lecture offices: 1 : 4 • Computer-Students ratio: 1:11 • Book-Students ratio: 1:1 • Toilets: 1: 39IX. STUDENTS WELFARE • Accommodation facilities • Students’ Clinic • Counseling services • Sports Facilities • Cultural troupes • Students’ catering services • Various students’ clubs and Associations X. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE KIE ACTION PLAN (2011-2012)  Improve, develop and avail infrastructure  Promote and ensure a safe and conducive teaching and learning environment  Ensure efficient service delivery  Provide academic support to all students  Offer a variety of academic programmes that respond to the needs of society  Increase the number of qualified secondary school teachers through Distance Training Programme (DTP)  Organise and supervise Internship Programme  Support the development of research and publications  Promote ICT-led education  Equip Special Needs Resource Room  Staff motivation  Support capacity building for the KIE Human Resource  Improve students welfare  Strengthen income generation activities  Promote KIE partnership and image  Promote Healthy and Safety

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