Popular Nigerian Actor Zack Orji paid a courtesy visit to the Catholic University Institute of Buea for a one-on-one discussion with the President/Pro Chancellor Rev. Fr. George Nkeze in relation to entrepreneurship and talents development in CUIB. Both men had a one-on-one discussion on the issue of Talent Development, looking at the Entrepreneurial mindset as
Parents’ weekend is a flagship tradition in the Catholic University Institute Buea (CUIB) wherein parents are invited on campus to share in their children’s life experiences in school in the areas of Academics, entrepreneurship, spiritual, social lifestyle. CUIB being an Entrepreneurial University with mission to prepare professional Servants Leaders with spiritual and moral values, who
Sophomore students of the Catholic University Institute of Buea, CUIB have been called upon to respect the code of ethics of their specialty as they move on to their specific task as young entrepreneurs. The call was made by Rev. Fr. George Nkeze, president/Pro-Chancellor of CUIB during the 2018 sophomore convocation ceremony at CUIB Molyko
The 5th Edition of CUIB-CERI Entrepreneurship and Academic Fair for the 2017/2018 school year ended on Sunday 15th April 2018 at the CUIB Molyko Campus under the theme “The Economy of Communion in Action”. The theme sought to strengthen the academic base of the fair by developing, documenting and implementing a system for unbiased student
The Catholic University Institute of Buea, on 6th April 2018 opened its doors to welcome Cameroon most celebrated Music Band, X-Malaya. In their exclusive visit to CUIB, the group were privileged to shared their experiences and know-how of more than a decade of musical excellence to the entire CUIB family and stakeholders. The “meet and
The Catholic University Institute of Buea on 1st April 2018 joined other Christians all over the world to commemorate Easter Sunday; a day that Christ resurrected from the tomb three days after he was crucified on the cross of Calvary. The University mass took place at the EoC village and had as main celebrants Rev.