CUIB signs two strong MoU’s with top institutions within 48 hours
The Catholic University Institute of Buea, the Growth Mindset Entrepreneurial University under the leadership of the President Professor Victor Julius Ngoh, has signed two ground-breaking Memorandum of Understanding with two top Cameroonian business institutions barely few months after the university signed a powerful Memorandum of Understanding with Express Exchange.
The two MoU’s were signed on Thursday 28th January 2021 in CUIB’s main campus (Molyko, Buea) by the President of CUIB and the representatives of the two business institutions well accredited in Cameroon with offices across the entire territory. The first MoU was between CUIB and Green House Ventures while the second MoU was with ACN & Co. TRAINERS LTD.
Official Signing of Memorandum
The MoU will also give both institutions the opportunity to explore, design and implement specific research projects and training in Engineering and Agriculture, so that resources of both organizations can be utilized more effectively through cooperative efforts.
It will also encouraged and promote capacity development for students, research and staff within the framework of their projects and activities. The MoU will promote validation and the utilization of sustainable research-derived technologies. The students of CUIB will have the opportunity to do their internship and some practical in their related field at Green House Ventures according to the MoU.
Green House Ventures being an Agro-technological business institution would provide opportunities for CUIB students in all the different schools which are , School of Business, Engineering, Information Technology, Agriculture and Natural Resources. CUIB will in return provide refreshers courses and capacity development to workers of GHV.
CUIB will provide students or staff with infrastructure and access to existing research and training facilities within GHV. During the signing ceremony the CEO of GHV appreciated the management of CUIB for maintaining the standard of entrepreneurship in Cameroon and said they will collaborate effectively with CUIB to ensure that the students continue to have the best experience in Entrepreneurship by becoming the best version of themselves before they leave school.
The second Memorandum of Understanding was between CUIB and ACN & Co. TRAINERS LTD and it was signed by Professor Victor Julius Ngoh on behalf of CUIB and Mr. Awungjia Christopher Managing Partner of the accounting institution.The MoU between CUIB and ACN & Co. TRAINERS LTD is aimed at establishing a mutually beneficial working relationship built on trust, academic and professional cooperation to train World-class professional accountants through the institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and the Accounting Technician Scheme for West Africa (ATSWA). And will also empower the students with the right skills and competences needed to complete successfully in the job market or to set up their own accounting firm as practicing entrepreneurs.
This MoU with ACN & Co. TRAINERS LTD will give students the opportunity to gain professional experience in accounting and understand the reality being faced by accountants across the globe.
This MoU will also pave the way for CUIB students to become Chartered Accountants while graduating from CUIB. The students will also have the opportunity to do their internship and work placement in ACN & Co. TRAINERS LTD.T
he President of CUIB Professor Victor Julius Ngoh has been very committed in expanding the entrepreneurial circle of CUIB by bringing professional institutions on board to share experience with the students, faculty and staff.
These two MoU’s will go a long way to improve on the mission and vision of the institution which is to train professional servant leaders with spiritual and moral values who will contribute to the sustainable development of their communities and will bring hope to the students and awaken in them a sense of purpose and direction so that they can achieve social, spiritual, cultural and environmental well-being in their communities in particular and the nation at large.