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Title: The University of Ngaoundere Ngaoundere, Cameroon


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The University of Ngaoundere Ngaoundere, Cameroon

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Contents
  • General information
  • Faculties and Schools
  • Research
  • Cooperation
  • Fees
  • Languages of instruction

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  • General information

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Cameroon
  • ...

Republic Capital Yaoundé Population 16
millions Percentage Literacy 79
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Cameroon Universities
  • 6 State Universities
  • 100.000 Students
  • 2200 Lecturers
  • 2 Private Universities 10 Higher Institutes
  • 20.000 Students

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Chad (10 )
Student origins
Central African Republic
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The City of Ngaoundere
Mountain with a Navel
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Notre-Dame des Apôtres Cathedral
The Issa Shanty Mosque
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Ceremonial Ground
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The University Campus
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University of Ngaoundere
  • 1977 Creation and the of the University Centres
    of Buea, Douala, Dschang and Ngaoundere
  • 1982 Opening of the first School (Agro-Food
    Industries) at the University Centre of
    Ngaoundere
  • 1992 Transformation of the university centers
    of Ngaoundere and Buea into
  • Universities
  • 1993 Reforms of State Universities
    Organisation of the University of Ngaoundere
  • Out of the 10 academic institutions envisaged, 6
    are opened immediately
  • Faculties
  • Faculty of Arts, Letters and Social Sciences
    (FALSH)
  • Faculty of Laws and Political Science (FSJP)
  • Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences
    (FSEG)
  • Faculty of Sciences (FS)
  • Professional Schools
  • National Advanced School of Agro-Industrial
    Sciences (ENSAI)
  • University Institute of Technology
    (IUT)


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CENTRAL SERVICES
  • THE RECTORATE
  • Rector
  • 3 Vice - Rectors (Teaching,Research and
    Cooperation,Control Evaluation)
  • THE REGISTRARS OFFICE
  • Registrar
  • The Academic Affairs and Cooperation Office
    (DAAC)
  • Director
  • 3 Heads of Division
  • The Development, Physical Plant and
    Infrastructure Office (DIPD)
  • Director
  • 2 Heads of Division
  • Students Affairs Office (COU) Accommodation,
    Catering and Extra-mural Activities
  • Director
  • 3 Heads of Division

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CENTRAL SERVICES
  • The Administrative and Financial Affairs Office
    (DAAF)
  • Director
  • 2 Heads of Division
  • The Heath and Social Centre
  • Chief Medical Officer
  • The Bursery
  • Burser
  • The University Library
  • Chief Librarian
  • The Continuing and Distance Education Centre,
    COMETES Project

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STUDENT POPULATION (2004 2005)
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Faculties and Schools
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Pedagogic Bloc number 1
Pedagogic Bloc number 2
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Faculty of Arts, Letters and Social Sciences
  • Departments
  • Sociology and Anthropology
  • Arabic Language and Civilisation
  • English
  • French
  • Geography
  • History
  • (Linguistics and African Languages)
  • Structure
  • 1 Dean
  • Vice Dean in charge of Programming/Academic
    Affairs
  • Vice Dean in charge of Students Records
  • Vice Dean in charge of Research and Cooperation
  • Head of Division for Financial Affairs

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Faculty of Laws and Political Science
  • Departments
  • Public Law
  • Private Law
  • Theory of Law and Epistemology
  • Structure
  • 1 Dean
  • Vice Dean in charge of Programming/Academic
    Affairs
  • Vice Dean in charge of Students Records
  • Vice Dean in charge of Research and Cooperation
  • Head of Division for Financial Affairs

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Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences
  • Departments
  • Accountancy and Finance
  • Management, Strategy and Forecasting
  • Marketing
  • Monetary and Banking Economics
  • Structure
  • 1 Dean
  • Vice Dean in charge of Programming/Academic
    Affairs
  • Vice Dean in charge of Students Records
  • Vice Dean in charge of Research and Cooperation
  • Head of Division for Financial Affairs

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Faculty of Science
  • Departments
  • Physics
  • Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Biological Sciences
  • Earth Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • (Environmental Sciences)
  • Structure
  • 1 Dean
  • Vice Dean in charge of Programming/academic
    Affairs
  • Vice Dean in charge of Students Records
  • Vice Dean in charge of Research and Cooperation
  • Head of Division for Financial Affairs

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National Advanced School of Agro-Industrial
Science
  • Departments
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Applied Physics (Electronics, Electrical
    Engineering, Energy)
  • Food Science and Nutrition
  • Process Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Structure
  • 1 Director
  • Head of Division for Academics Affairs, Research
    Cooperation
  • Head of Division for General Affairs

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A partial view of the National Advanced School of
Agro-Industrial Science
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University Institute of Technology
  • Departments
  • Food Engineering and Quality Control
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Energy Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Basic Sciences
  • General Education
  • Structure
  • 1 Director
  • 1 Deputy Director
  • Head of Division for Training, Programming
  • Head of Division for Industrial Liaison

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  • Research

Research
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  • Inspiration for research themes and areas derives
    from
  • National Government development objectives and
    policy orientations
  • United Nations millenium development goals and
    NEPAD priorities

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Thematic thrusts and areas
  • Environment and Sustainable Development
  • Gender and Good Governance
  • Creation, Development and Management of the Very
    Small Enterprise
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Development Improvement and Valorisation of
    Animal Plant Resources
  • Food Technology and Nutrition
  • Industrial Technology
  • Energy ( emphasis on renewable energies)
  • Water and Environment
  • Health
  • Infrastructure
  • Acces to developed world markets

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Objectives
  • -Preservation, Improvement and Valorisation of
    Natural Resources and Cultural Heritage
  • Facilitating Access to Technology for the
    purpose of optimum exploitation.
  • Openness to new technological and cultural
    dimensions capable of affording interesting
    opportunities in matters of development.

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Research Teams
  • Conflits, Peace, Security and IntegrationThe
    Cameroonian Model of Peaceful Co-existence
  • Dynamics of Lands, Soils and Populations
  • Fundamental Rights Law and Sustainable
    Development
  • Economic and Management Sciences
  • Biological Weed Control, Apiculture
  • Medicinal Plants Natural Products
  • Physics and Applications for Sustainable
    Development
  • Mathematics Computer Science and Informatics

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Research Teams
  • 9 Local Agro-food Systems Technology, product
    quality and innovations
  • 10 Active Substances and PollutionApplications
    of Plant Essential Oils for Produce protection
  • 11 Valorisation of Local Bio-resources
  • 12 Industrial Filtration and Water Treatment
  • 13 Valorisation of Invisible Lipid and Protein
    Sources for Food and Technological Purposes
  • 14 Food Materials and Ingredients and Nutrition
  • 15 Reactions, Extractions, Sugar and Vegetable
    Oils Use of Renewable Energy in Drying
  • 16 Geochemistry and Volcanology
  • 17 Energetics, Materials and Heat Treatment

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Projects Focused on Environment
  • Pollution Analysis, Control and Treatment
  • Soil Erosion and Protection
  • Landscape Management
  • Geomatics
  • Environmental Management
  • Industrial Wastewater Treatment

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  • Cooperation

Cooperation
Lake Dang
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Projects Financed by International Cooperation
  • Osmotic Rehydratation applied to Tropical Fruits
    and Legumes (IFS)
  • Geomatic Analysis of the Dynamics of the Adamawa
    Highlands (AUF)
  • Study of Different Species of Vernonia (ndolè)
    (IFS)
  • Valorisation of Yams for the Urban Markets (AUF)
  • Reaction, Extraction, Sugar and Vegetable Oils
    RESH (AUF- French Cooperation)
  • Water Treatment and Filtration TEFI (LGC)
  • Parallel Computation ( EU )
  • Multimedia Information System for Sub-Saharan
    Environment SIMES
  • Stock Cereals Protection (Belgium)

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Membership of Inter-University Institutions of
Cooperation
  • AUF (Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie)
  • Association of Commonwealth Universities
  • International Association of Universities
  • Association of African Universities
  • Conférence des Recteurs des Universités de la
  • Communauté Economique de lAfrique Centrale.

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Linkages Based on Formal Agreements Europe
  • Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine,
    Nancy, France (1983-)
  • CNRS, Engineering Sciences Department, France
    (2003-)
  • Université de Bordeaux IV, Bordeaux, France
    (1998-)
  • Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI),
    Paris, France (1994-)
  • Université Paul Sabatier ( Toulouse III) ,
    Toulouse, France (1996-)
  • University of Tromso, Norway ( 1992)
  • University of Bremen, Federal Republic of
    Germany (2003-)
  • University of Vien, Vienna, Austria (2002-)
  • Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL)-Louvain
    la Neuve, Belgium (2003-)
  • Faculté Universitaire dAgronomie de Gembloux,
    Belgium(2003-)

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Linkages Based on Formal Agreements Africa
  • University of NDjamena, Chad (1998-)
  • University of Bangui, Central African Republic
    (1998-)
  • Université Marien NGOUABI, Brazzaville, Republic
    of Congo (2003-)
  • University of Science and Technology of Masuku,
    Franceville, Gabon (2003-)
  • University of ADAM BARKA, Abéché, Chad (2004-)
  • Institute of Polytechnic of Mongo, Chad (2004-)

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Linkages Based on Formal Agreements North America
  • University of Montréal, Canada (2001-)
  • World Bank Library, Washington DC, USA (2003-)

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Linkages based on informal but frequent contacts
  • Europe
  • National Advanced School of Food Industries,
    Massy, France
  • GRET, Paris, France
  • IRD, Paris, France
  • Institute of Food Research, Norwich, United
    Kingdom

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Linkages based on informal but frequent contacts
  • Africa
  • Institut National Polytechnique de Yamoussokro,
    Côte dIvoire
  • University of Fort Hare, Alice, Republic of South
    Africa
  • University of Pretoria, Republic of South Africa
  • Ahmadou Bello University, Zaria Nigeria
  • University of Maiduguri, Nigeria
  • Université du Mali, Bamako, Mali
  • Univeristé Mohammed V, Rabat, Morocco
  • Université Roi Faisal, NDjamena, Chad

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Linkages based on informal but frequent contacts
  • Cameroon
  • University of Buea
  • Catholic University of Central Africa, Yaounde
  • University of Dschang
  • University of Yaounde I
  • University of Yaounde II

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Fees
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National students
  • Registration fees US 100
  • Tuition fees
  • In general, None for undergraduates and
    postgraduate by course.
  • Those admitted as private students must pay the
    rate of international students.
  • Postgraduate by research US 6000 bench fee for
    Non-Cameroonians.

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Foreign(non CEMAC) Students
  • Registration and tuition fee
  • Undergraduate arts, Law, Management, Social
    Sciences US 600 Engineering, Science and
    Technology US 1200.
  • Postgraduate by course only Non Professional,
    Applied Science, Technology and Engineering US
    1650.
  • Postgraduate by Research Arts, Law, Social
    Sciences US 1650 Management US 3000
    Engineering and Science US 6000.

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Languages of Instruction
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  • Arabic Degrees Arabic and French
  • French Degrees French and some English
  • English Degrees English and some French
  • Science and Engineering Degrees French and
    English
  • All other Degrees French
  • N.B. All undergraduates have to take at least two
    courses (6 credit hours)
  • of language instruction to improve their second
    language which, in
  • Cameroon, is French for English speaking
    (Anglophone) students, and
  • English for French speaking (Francophone)
    students.

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Oussoko
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Danke
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