We equip ambitious entrepreneurs and managers in Rwanda with the skills and practical tools to grow their businesses, teams and careers.
We offer fully virtual programmes in Kinyarwanda and English to enable you to overcome the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 crisis.
OUR CLIENTS AND PARTNERS
Testimonials and Stories
IT’S ALL ABOUT
We are good ones. And so are our clients. We wouldn’t have it any other way.
Meet the team.
Learner Success Manager
Learner Success Manager
People Ops & Partnership Associate
Learner Success Associate
Digital Marketing Specialist
Jean Rene Hakizimana
Junior Product Manager
Marketing and Sourcing Manager
Sourcing Representative Rwanda
Senior Programme Manager
Naissa Umutoni Karekezi
Business Development Supervisor
Learning is a journey, we travel with you.
AMI’s learning mobile phone application, AMI Learn, provides all of our programme participants and communities the learning-on-the-go platform that complements our blended learning experiences.
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AMI Learn is the essential business and management learning tool for Africa’s ambitious businesses, entrepreneurs, and managers. The app is the complete travel companion for African Management Institute’s (AMI) programme participants and learning communities.
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BK partners with AMI to train employees with new strategic skills and graduates over 200 staff
As a financial institution looking to improve the quality and profitability of its assets, the Bank of Kigali (BK) joined hands with the African Management Institute (AMI) to foster a productive and employee-focused workplace.
AMI Celebrates the Tourism and Hospitality Sector’s Impact in Rwanda
Rwanda’s tourism and hospitality industry has been experiencing significant transformation and growth, providing high potential for employment opportunities to young Rwandans. AMI’s unique approach to entrepreneurship and business management training has been preparing businesses and their workforces for any challenging situation, enabled them to seize growth opportunities, and rethink tourism.
The Development Bank of Rwanda and African Management Institute Enable Rwandan Businesses to be Resilient to Risk
Following the training, 94% of them reported an increase in revenue, 79% reported an increase in profit and 68% reported to have created jobs.