Last August 8 in Yaoundé, the Congo-Cameroon Interstate University, Jagora University and KL University of Vaddeswaram (India) signed an academic cooperation agreement. The aim is to promote digital training.
Three universities on a common front. They are the Congo-Cameroun Inter-State University, Jagora University in Yaoundé and KL University in Vaddeswaram (India). They have just joined forces for 5 years. That’s the duration of the agreement. According to the Minister of Higher Education (Minesup), Prof Jacques Fame Ndongo, this agreement should provide Cameroon and Congo with digital engineers and help to build a state-of-the-art digital university in the sub-region, particularly in the field of ICT, as requested by the Heads of State of the two countries. “According to Minister Jacques Fame Ndongo, the agreement will enable the Cameroonian higher education institution “to move forward, to change the paradigm, to be more proactive, more creative, more innovative and more operational, to train learners who will be able to master the digital economy”.
According to Minister Jacques Fame Ndongo, this agreement will enable the Cameroonian university “to move forward, to change paradigms, to be more proactive, more creative, more innovative and more operational in order to train learners capable of using their practical, theoretical and professional knowledge for the development of both states”. KL University in Vaddeswaram will contribute its expertise to the International College of Digital Engineering in Sangmélima, the first functional unit of the UIECC.