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Foreign Trade and Business in Bujumbura (Master Burundi, Central Africa)

Bujumbura (formerly Usumbura) is the economic, political and administrative capital of Burundi (Central Africa/Eastern Africa)

  1. Population of Bujumbura: 660,000 people (the largest city of Burundi)
    1. Population of Bujumbura agglomeration: 800,000 people
    2. 1962: 60,000 people
  2. Bujumbura is on the shores of the Lake Tanganyika (32,000 square kilometres)
  3. Important fishing activity (Lake Tanganyika)
  4. Bujumbura has an industrial zone
  5. Bujumbura has a port and an airport
  6. Tertiary sector in Bujumbura: 70% of the population
  7. The main products are dairies, coffee and oil mills
  8. The leading industries in Bujumbura are breweries, chemical products, textile production and footwear

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Burundi: Business, Master, Doctorate Burundian Students from Bujumbura

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  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, Foreign Trade, International Business
  2. Doctorates: African Business, World Trade, Global Logistics

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  1. Burundian Province: town hall Bujumbura
  2. Elevation of Bujumbura: 820 metres
  3. Climate of Bujumbura: tropical
  4. The main religion in Bujumbura is Christianity
    1. Cathedral (Archdiocese of Bujumbura)
  5. 1899: foundation of Bujumbura (German military post)
  6. 1962 (Independence): the name of the city was changed to Bujumbura
  7. Conflicts between Tutsi and Hutu in Bujumbura
  8. The three urban districts of Bujumbura (urban areas) are:
    1. Ntahangwa (Kamenge, Kinama, Cibitoke, Ngagara, Buterere, Gihosha)
    2. Mukaza (Zone Rohero, Nyakabiga, Bwiza, Buyenzi)
    3. Muha (Musaga, Kanyosha and Kinindo)

Study in Burundi (Master, Doctorate, Business)

  1. Mausoleum of Prince Louis Rwagasore
  2. Living Museum
  3. Burundi Geological Museum
  4. Rusizi National Park

Transport and Logistics in Bujumbura (Burundi)

Bujumbura International Airport.

The Port of Bujumbura is the largest Burundian port.

  1. The main exports are coffee, cotton and tin
  2. The Port of Bujumbura is on the north-west shore of the Lake Tanganyika
  3. A Ferry is linking the Port of Bujumbura with Kigoma (Tanzania).

The nearest port is the Port of Mombasa (Kenya, 1,500 kilometres)

Port of Mombasa, Kenya. Gateway to Burundi, DR Congo, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, and Tanzania (Maritime Transport Course)

Access to the African Corridors

  1. The Central Corridor passes through Bujumbura
  2. Northern Corridor

Northern Corridor (Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya, and Uganda) Road Transportation Course

  1. National Route 5 of Rwanda: Kigali - Nyamata - border of Burundi (route towards Kirundo).

Higher Education in Bujumbura (Burundi)

  1. University of Burundi
  2. Martin Luther King University
  3. University Lumière of Bujumbura
  4. Peace and Reconciliation University
  5. Hope Africa University
  6. Lake Tanganyika University
  7. International University of Leadership
  8. Higher Institute of Control and Management

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