Proprietors and managers of private colleges in Cameroon have been called upon to join the government in finding long term solutions to the problems plaguing their sector through a new concept known as schools under contract.
The Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences of the University of Yaoundé I is today graduating a batch of medical doctors. The graduation comes at a time when the doctor – patient ratio in the country remains disturbingly low despite the increase in training opportunities.
Louis Bapes Bapes, Minister for Secondary Education Opens 31st session on the National Commission on private secondary education.
Higher Education: Pioneer Vice Chancellor of Cameroon’s Bamenda University Takes Office. The Bamenda University, the second Anglo-saxon State university in Cameroon after the University of Buea, will soon functional well with the commissioning of its pioneer Vice Chancellor, Professor Tafah Edocat Edward and the Pro Chancellor, Professor Mvogo Dominique.
Cameroon Education – Japan To Build 190 Classrooms in North West Cameroon. The government of Japan will build 190 classrooms in 29 primary schools in the North West Region of Cameroon, estimated to cost FCFA 5.4 billion.
Yaounde, Cameroon Africa(Cameroon News) – The students were given didactic materials from the Douala II Sub-Divisional Council in an award function organized in synergy with the newspaper distribution company, Messapresse. Besides the 3,000 pupils and 200 students selected from various schools, around thousand other pupils and students were also provided with text books considering their […]
Barr teachers are paying a visit to Cameroon.
Mathematics professors and researchers from all parts of the globe have assembled together at the University of Buea where they will discuss on what requires to be done to put in place a framework for proper degree programmes in mathematics.
A collection of nine works on Geography Works was launched yesterday in Yaounde, Cameroon.