BIT is now open!
Our latest news, events and achievements
Rodrigue Kabore, Dean of BIT, participated in a conference on Geospatial Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Development at the University Bordeaux Montaigne in Bordeaux.
At this roundtable, he was with:
- Kossi Amessinou, Benin Ministry of Planning
- Luc Missidimbazi, advisor to the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications and the digital economy of Congo
- Kemly Camacho, President of Sula Batsu in Costa Rica
- Ida Ng’ang’a, Director of RCD Africa in Kenya
Today we celebrated the official Inauguration of our Burkina Institute of Technology. We were honored to welcome Mr. Zagré, Chief of Staff for the President, Mr. Maïga, Minister of High Education, of Innovation and Research, Mr. Bonanet, Minister of Housing and Mr. Naaba Saaga, Chief of Issouka at this ceremony. Together with founder Susanne Pertl, they inaugurated BIT.
Last week we had a wonderful day at the Africa Symposium at the TUM in Munich, filled with interesting discussions and meetups. Our architect and TUM Professor Francis Kere inspired all guests with his interesting keynote speech. Thank you for the great event organization Technical University Munich!
BIT opens with its first class of 32 students, which will receive a bachelor degree in computer science.
BIT is now open for admissions. We are looking forward to the first applications and an amazing first class.
BIT has received accreditation to allow its student to receive the Bachelor Degree.
We have started the construction of BIT with the Burkinabe architect Francis Kéré. The architecture will be modern and unique and will inspire our students to reach their potential.
The idea of building a technical university in Koudougou, Burkina Faso is born. We will combine entrepreneurship with technology to educate a new generation of leaders.
Nadia Riedl, a student at the TU Munich, teaches the “Microsoft office module” to our students at BIT.
Dr. Hans-Joachim Körber the Chairman of the Board, DAW SE, teaches BIT students about leadership and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Nikolaus Schrader, Attorney-at-Law and Partner at PwC Legal Germany, talks about democracy and the negative implications of corruption to the BIT students.