CUIB officially welcomes freshman students for the 2021/2022 school year.

Dr. Asobo Napoleon, the Chief Academic Officer of the Catholic University Institute of Buea on Wednesday 6th October and Thursday 7th October 2021, represented Prof Victor Julius Ngoh the President of CUIB during the 2021/2022 freshman orientation ceremony in the growth mindset entrepreneurial institution. The aim of the orientation ceremony was to explain the general

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Signed BSc Degree Certificates are now available.

The President of the Catholic University Institute of Buea (CUIB) gladly informs all CUIB graduation batches of 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 that their signed BSc degree certificates are now available at the Office of Examination and Records for collection from 13 July 2021. The degree certificates shall be collected upon presentation of

Second-Semester Exams in CUIB effectively kick-off in Both Campuses.

Students of the Catholic University Institute of Buea, have begun their second-semester examinations for the 2020/2021 academic year on both campuses. The examinations officially mark the end of the school calendar. The second-semester examinations started on both campuses yesterday Wednesday 23rd June 2021 at exactly 8:00 am with Entrepreneurship Training and Practice, followed by Catholic Social teachings and other courses. At the

CUIB Wins $2,000 from 2021 Fowler Global Social Innovation Challenge.

The Catholic University Institute of Buea, the Growth Mindset Entrepreneurial University has won 2,000 US Dollars after two teams from the Institution succeeded in reaching the finals of the Fowler Global Social Innovation Challenge organized by St Thomas University in the United States of America. The two teams from CUIB, GO ORGANIC and UTOPIA presented

CUIB SIT Students of Buea Campus empowered with IT businesses at New Generation Technologies and Zinger.

“We are in a technological disruptive era and you must learn to adapt and be part of the technological disruption by coming up with programs or software that will help solve modern day challenges like we had with covid-19 where many schools were forced to embrace online learning using different programs developed by IT experts,”

CUIB SIT Students of Douala Campus drilled on startup IT businesses at ActiveSpaces Douala

CUIB SIT Students of Douala Campus drilled on startup IT businesses at ActiveSpaces Douala

Freshman and Sophomore students of the School of Information Technology (SIT) at the Catholic University Institute of Buea, Douala Campus have been drilled on the reality that is being faced by startup IT experts when doing their job in a world that is rapidly changing with technological innovations moving at a higher speed. The students

CUIB May 2021 Colloquium Guest Speaker event: Mr. Behyia and Dr. Neba impact students’ lives

“Building a personal and professional brand as hallmark for enterprise growth and sustainability” was the theme used by Mr. Behyia Leonard Bruce, journalist and communication consultant to drill the students of CUIB Buea Campus on Wednesday 19th May 2021 during the guest speaker ceremony. The event was presided by Professor VictorJulius Ngoh, President of CUIB, accompanied

CUIB 2020/2021 Academic Boot Camp ends with many achievements on both campuses.

Senior year students of the Catholic University Institute of Buea, on Sunday 25th April 2021 ended a three-day boot camp which took place at the main campus in Molyko-Buea. The theme of this year’s boot camp was  “Creativity and Innovation as Building blocks for Entrepreneurship” with the main objective to see the ability of the students