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International Standards

CUIB is the first entrepreneurial university in Central Africa and has been noted for its devotedness to providing students with a conversional learning experience that equips them for international competitions and a bright future

National Recognition

Year after year CUIB is recognized as one of the nation’s top universities. In 2016 CUIB was ranked among the best professional institutions in Cameroon and among the best training schools in agronomy by Group Channing Consulting

Job Creators

Our 4 year BSc. Curriculum is designed to arm students professionally. More than 60% of our students create jobs while studying in CUIB.

International Standings

CUIB enjoys partnership with prestigious Universities in America and Europe that gives students the leeway to continue their education abroad. Its students are reckoned for international excellence.

2018 Hult Prize Award
Four SIT students (Fon Ndikum Josue, Ngoussong Fonda Arthur, Silidje Moket Brice, Mba Sob Gildas) qualified for the Regional finals of the Hult Prize award that took place in Nigeria, an international competition aimed at solving the world’s most pressing challenges. The ABC team submitted an app aimed at enhancing the efficiency of learning our native languages.
2018 Google Summer of Code (GSoC)
SIT student Leslie Etube Tabe is one of 38 students across Africa selected as a 2018 GSoC ( Google Summer of Code) student, under VideoLan OpenSource Project. His contribution focuses on the VLC Qt interface redesign. He competed against 5,199 students from 101 countries.
Certified Faculty
SIT faculty have obtained International certifications in Comptia Security+ and Oracle Certified Associate (OCA). SIT faculty have several research publications in reputable Information Technology peer-reviewed conferences and journals.
2018 Study of the U.S. Institute (SUSI) for Student Leaders on Social Entrepreneurship
SIT student Nuenamo Tebue Danielle Nancy travelled to the U.S.A. as a recipient of the 2018 SUSI program award sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.
Erasmus Mundus scholarship
The overall best graduating Cyber Security Student, of the 2022 batch, recently got the Erasmus Mundus scholarship, a prestigious Scholarship fully funded, for a master’s degree program in Cyber Intelligence. She will study in four partner universities in the world.
2022 Elviatech Robotics competition
SIT students showcased a robot at the Elviatech Robotics competition in Douala in August 2022, winning 3rd place across all competing universities.
2022 International Fowler GSIC competition (USA University of St Thomas))
Team GoOrganic (led by SIT senior student Mubuifor Marcellus) featured in the top 12 teams (5th place) of 49 finalists from 28 countries participating in the International Fowler GSIC competition hosted by the University of San Diego and the University of St Thomas in the USA in June 2022, winning $1000 in seed funding (click here) .
2021 Orange Summer Challenge
Two SIT students (Njanko Carel and Nfornkwenti Anthony) were members of a team of 5 students that won 2nd place at the 2021 Orange Summer Challenge at the Orange Digital Center co-sponsored by Google, winning a cash prize of 875,000frs CFA in December 2021. The other team members were from other Cameroonian universities.
2021 AS Tech Competition (ActivSpaces)
Two SIT students were members of a team of 5 CUIB students that won 2nd place at the AS Tech Competition that took place at ActivSpaces in November 2021 involving 11 teams from universities across Cameroon.
President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI)
SIT student Herve Tchokote, was selected as one of the three finalists from CUIB who represented Cameroon from a pool of 10000 applicants from West African countries for the President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Regional Leadership Center (RLC) West Africa.
  • Effective hybrid (online/onsite) delivery of all courses in all programs using the university’s Moodle-based customized learning management system.
  • Our students participate in national and international seminars, workshops and conferences. These include: the FabLab Succeed project workshop funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering, London; the Cameroon National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC) annual seminar, the annual Silicon Mountain Conference, CUIB’s annual Cyber Security symposium, Huawei Seeds for the Future program.
  • Field trips and internships are used to expose our students to industry, with three mandatory internships required over the course of study.
  • SIT is proud to have both national and international institution and industry partners and collaborators to seek opportunities and ensure success for our students. These include our primary mentor, the University of Buea, the Silicon Mountain community, Orange Digital Center, ActivSpaces, National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC) and many others.
  • Capitol Technology University in Maryland, USA, recognized by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Defense (DoD) as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (NCAE-CD) (click here) is a close partner of SIT. They recognized SIT’s premier batch of graduates in 2019 (click here).
  • Our students innovate and flourish with clubs they create such as the Robotics and Game Programming club and the Ethical Hacking club.
  • SIT boasts dedicated, tech-savvy, and enthusiastic faculty who encourage peer-to-peer, inter-level mentorships and collaboration among students. They have also obtained international certifications in Huawei HCIA, CompTIA Security+ and Oracle Certified Professional.
  • Our students compete and win in national and international competitions such as the International Fowler GSIC (social entrepreneurship) competition organized by the University of St Thomas, Minnesota U.S.A, Elviatech Robotics competition, Orange Digital Summer Challenge, Google Summer of Code, MTN Y’ello Digital Talent, African Women in Tech (AfricanWIT) Hackathon, Student Leaders on Social Entrepreneurship (SUSI) program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, the Hult Prize and President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Regional Leadership Center (RLC) West Africa.

SIT graduates own their own companies (CEO of SelfConsult), work in prominent companies (Regional Manager for ANTIC Northwest Region, Orange Business – France) and pursue post graduate studies in Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics and Cyber Intelligence among others.

Members of our Robotics and Game Programming Club currently participate in the SOCOD Tech Event organized by Codam in partnership with SODIE and the UNDP. The event held from July 11th to 8th August 2022 in Limbe. The club's expertise and involvement greatly contributed to the success of this event through their overall experience for all attendees and provided an excellent opportunity for members to showcase their skills and collaborate with other participants.