Monday, 31 October 2016

Delaware State University signs new agreement with Catholic University in Cameroon

Delaware State University signed a new agreement with the Catholic University Institute of Buea of the southwest region of Cameroon.

The memorandum of understanding recently signed by DSU President Harry L. Williams and the Catholic University president, the Rev. George Nkeze, establishes a new educational and cultural relationship between DSU and CUIB.
The agreement facilitates between the two institutions: exchange of faculty and students, collaborations in research programs, writing of joint grant proposals, establishment of joint program and DSU mentoring of CUIB’s School of Agriculture and Natural Resources, as well as its School of Information Technology.

The Catholic University Institute of Buea is an entrepreneurial university that was established in 2010. The university — which had a total enrollment of 1,670 students in 2015 — works to prepare Cameroonians and international students to be job Creators and not job seekers, according to CUIB’s website.

Source: Dover Post

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