Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Cameroonian universities want to improve their tasks

The Minister of Higher Education and the Ambassador of France Alain Ghislain Kanga.

They signed a framework agreement with the conference of French universities on February 17, 2020 in Yaoundé. 

Cameroonian universities are pursuing their desire to align themselves with the new educational situation. They signed with the conference of French universities, a framework agreement to benefit from its expertise in the fields of research, education, digital technology and cooperation. 

“This agreement will be beneficial as it has always been. Let's say that we are shaping cooperation that is old. We are going to experiment with new methods because there are new requirements, in terms of the development of higher education today. This is about doctoral training, digital training and questions of entrepreneurship and employability, "said Professor Minkoa She, rector of the University of Yaoundé 2 Soa.

Problems also shared by French universities. For her, this agreement will allow each party to benefit from the experience of the other in each area. 

“We have a lot to learn. I think that this cooperation will be beneficial for both, while knowing that those responsible for the future of our two nations are done in our universities ”, rejoiced the president of the conference of universities of France, Jean Luc Nahel. 

The signing of this agreement took place in the presence of the Minister of State, Minister of Higher Education, Jacques Fame Ndongo and the French Ambassador to Cameroon, Christophe Guilhou.