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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.