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The Race for STUGA President: CUIB 2018-19.

The big question of who will be “the voice” of CUIB students for the 2018-19 academic year is yet to be answered. While the entire student body remains anxious to elect their representative, three parties are on the race to the House of power that will govern the students for this academic year. The presidential

CUIB: The Joy of Nurturing young Entrepreneurs.

In 2017, the Catholic University Institute of Buea gave birth to a pupil academy captioned CUIB Elementary Entrepreneurial Academy – The Academy of Talents (CUIB A&T). As the name depicts, this academy aims at schooling young children on entrepreneurship which gives them the capacity to not only to start companies when they are still very

CUIB: Molds Students to Be Spiritually Apt.

Learning at the City of Saints and Scholars can be described as that which molds students not only to be professional gurus but that which equally makes students morally and spiritually apt in the community. This is exhibited in the university’s practice of the Economy of Communion philosophy of the Focolare Movement ; one of

CUIB: The New Student Government President Elect!

Victory is celebrated by the Progress Alliance party after carrying the day as winners of the student government presidential elections with 195 votes while the Economy of Communion Party followed closely with 171 votes and the Saints and Scholars party registered 98 votes making a total of 464 votes at the STUGA elections this academic

CUIB welcomes over 200 freshmen for the 2018-19 academic year.

Freshmen of the Catholic University Institute of Buea CUIB on  October 16, 2018 answered present at the university’s main campus in Molyko Buea as well as its satellite Campus in Douala-Bonamousadi, to take off for the academic year 2018-19. These young men and women who have made CUIB their choice for academic molding felt a

Press Conference at CUIB-Friday 17th August 2018

The 26th General Assembly of the International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU/FIUC) – Maynooth College, Ireland. Press men and women have been briefed on the importance of IFCU in promoting Catholic education in line with the view of the church, this was during a press conference that was organized at CUIB Molyko main campus Buea

CUIB Reconnu à la 26ème Assemblée Générale de la Federation International des Universités Catholiques (FIUC)

Le Révérend Père George Nkeze Jingwa, élu Président de IFCU pour l’Afrique et l’un des Vice-Président de cette fédération dans le monde La 26e Assemblée Générale de la Fédération Internationale des Universités Catholiques (FIUC), s’est tenue au Collège St. Patrick’s de Maynooth, en Irlande du lundi 23 au vendredi 27 juillet 2018. Au cours de

CUIB at the 26th General Assembly of IFCU, Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Ireland

Rv. Father George Nkeze Jingwa, elected President of the International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU) for Africa and one of the Vice-Presidents of IFCU in the world The International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU) held its 26th General Assembly at St. Patrick’s College in Maynooth, Ireland from Monday 23 to Friday 27th of July 2018.

CUIB Foundation supports internally displaced persons in Cameroon.

CUIB Foundation supports internally displaced persons in Cameroon. CUIB Foundation donors have supported over 300 internally displaced persons from within the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon. This assistance in kind and in cash was provided to the displaced recently at the Catholic University Institute of Buea, under the guidance of Rev. Fr. George Nkeze Jingwa- President of the Catholic

Celebration of the Feast of Corpus Christi at CUIB

Christians of the Corpus Christi Parish at the Catholic University Institute of Buea joined other Roman Catholic Christians all over the world on Sunday 3rd of June 2018 to celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi, a feast that originated in 1246. Corpus Christi Feast is a day set aside to celebrate the Solemnity of the

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