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Type: Public Institution
Motto: Sciences, Arts et Conscience
Established: January 1993
No of Students: 30,000
Vice-Chancellor: Pr Florence Uphie Chinje Melo
Ranking: 3rd in Cameroon (Webometrics)
Website: http://www.univ-ndere.cm/
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The University of Ngaoundéré, also known as Univ-ndere, is a public university located in Ngaoundéré, Adamawa Region, Cameroon. The university was officially established in the year 1993 through a presidential decree. It traces its origins back to July 1976, when the then-president H.E. Ahmadou Ahidjo announced the creation of four key university centres in Buea, Douala, Dschang, and Ngaoundéré. In 1979, a University Centre was created i.. more

The University of Ngaoundéré, also known as Univ-ndere, is a public university located in Ngaoundéré, Adamawa Region, Cameroon. The university was officially established in the year 1993 through a presidential decree. It traces its origins back to July 1976, when the then-president H.E. Ahmadou Ahidjo announced the creation of four key university centres in Buea, Douala, Dschang, and Ngaoundéré. In 1979, a University Centre was created in Ngaoundéré and it served as the host of the National School of Food Industries of Cameroon (ENSIAC). In 1993, the University Centre got transformed into the University of Ngaoundéré by H.E. Paul BIYA.

The University of Ngaoundéré is the fifth oldest university among Cameroon’s eight public universities. This university is currently ranked as the 3rd best university in Cameroon according to the 2020 Webometrics ranking. The U.S. Ambassador Peter Henry Barlerin visited the University of Ngaoundéré and donated hundreds of Nouveaux Horizons books to the university. The University of Ngaoundéré is slated to host the 2020 edition of the Cameroon All Varsity Games competition. The university has a total student population of over 30,000.

The University of Ngaoundéré provides several academic and non-academic facilities for its students. These facilities include; amphitheatres, lecture halls, a library, a laboratory, sports amenities (volleyball, football, handball, Basketball, Judo, wrestling, table tennis, lawn tennis and Paralympic sports) and student hostels.

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The University of Ngaoundéré has six faculties, four specialised schools and two institutes.

Faculty of Arts Letters and Human Sciences (FALSH)

  • Department of Anthropology and Sociology
  • Department of French
  • Department of Geography
  • Department of English Modern Letters
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The University of Ngaoundéré has six faculties, four specialised schools and two institutes.

Faculty of Arts Letters and Human Sciences (FALSH)

  • Department of Anthropology and Sociology
  • Department of French
  • Department of Geography
  • Department of English Modern Letters
  • Department of History
  • Department of Arabic Language and Civilisation
  • Department of Linguistics and African languages.

Faculty of Law and Political Sciences (FSJP)

  • Department of Public Law and Political Science
  • Department of Private Law
  • Department of the Legal Theory and Epistemology
  • Department of English Law

Faculty of Economic Science and Management (FSEG)

  • Department of Accountancy and Finance
  • Department of Strategic Management and Forecasting
  • Department of Marketing
  • Department of Monetary and Banking Economics

Faculty of Science (FS)

  • Department of Physics
  • Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Department of Biological Sciences
  • Department Geological
  • Department of Chemistry
  • Department of Biomedical Sciences

Faculty of Education Sciences (FSE)

  • Department of Fundamental Teachings in Education
  • Department of Measures and Evaluation
  • Department of Disciplinary Education
  • Department of Education Administration
  • Department of Psychology and Orientation Science
  • Department of Physical Education, Health and Recreation
  • Department of Special Education

Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (FMSBM)

  • Department of Radiology and Medical Imagery
  • Department of Ophthalmology, ENT and Stomatology
  • Department of Obstetric Gynaecology
  • Department of Microbiology, Parasitology, Haematology and Infectious Diseases
  • Department of Paediatrics
  • Department of Public health
  • Department of Surgery and Specialisation
  • Department of Morphological Sciences and Pathological Anatomy
  • Department of Physiological Sciences and Biochemistry
  • Department of Traditional Medicine and Pharmacology

National School of Agro-Industrial Sciences (ENSAI)

  • Department of Food Science and Nutrition
  • Department of Processing and Engineering
  • Department of Electrical, Energetic and Automatic Engineering
  • Department of Applied Chemistry
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

School of Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (ESMV)

  • Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology of Domestic Animals
  • Department of Genetics and Bio-statistics
  • Department of Hygiene and Food Industries of Animal Origin
  • Department of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
  • Department of Parasitology and Parasitic Pathologies
  • Department of Medical and Surgical Pathologies
  • Department of Pharmacology, Pharmacy and Toxicology
  • Department of Physiology and the Biochemistry of Domestic Animals
  • Department of Physiology and the Biotechnology of Reproduction
  • Department of Animal Productions

School of Geology and Mining (EGEM)

  • Department of Mines and Geology
  • Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Department of Global CSR Management and Sustainable Development
  • Department of Geological Mapping and Geomatics
  • Department of General Teachings
  • Department of Basic Scientific Teachings
  • Department of Mining, Oil and Gas Administration
  • Department of Mining Geophysics
  • Department of Mining Engineering
  • Department of Oil and Gas Engineering

School of Chemical Engineering and Mineral Industries (EGCIM)

  • Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Department of Mineral Engineering
  • Department of Basic Sciences and Engineering Techniques

Higher Teachers Training College (ENS)

  • Department of Chemistry
  • Department of Geography
  • Department of History
  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Bilingual Letters
  • Department of French Modern Letters
  • Department of English Modern Letters
  • Department of Mathematics
  • Department of Physical science
  • Department of Educational Sciences
  • Department of Philosophy
  • Department of Geology and Environment Sciences
  • Department of Foreign languages
  • Department of Life sciences
  • Department of Cameroonian Languages ​​and Cultures
  • Department of Specialized Language Techniques

University Institute of Technology (IUT)

  • Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Department of Computer Engineering
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Department of Food Engineering and Quality Control
  • Department of Electrical Engineering
  • Department of Energetic
  • Department of General Teachings
  • Department of Basic Scientific Education
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The University of Ngaoundéré accepts applications from local and international students for its Bachelors, Masters and PhD level programmes.

Bachelor’s Programmes: To qualify for Bachelor’s Degree Programmes, candidat.. more

The University of Ngaoundéré accepts applications from local and international students for its Bachelors, Masters and PhD level programmes.

Bachelor’s Programmes: To qualify for Bachelor’s Degree Programmes, candidates must:
■ Possess the General Certificate of Education, Ordinary Level (GCE O/L) in at least five approved subjects including English Language.
■ Possess the GCE Advanced Level in at least two 2 subjects obtained in one sitting.
■ Possess the Baccalaureat in a series commensurate to the applied domain.

Master’s Programmes: To qualify for Master’s Degree Programmes, candidates must:
■ Possess a bachelor’s degree from the University of Ngaoundéré or any other recognised university.

PhD Programmes: To qualify for PhD Programmes, candidates must:
■ Possess a Master’s degree or its equivalent from the University of Ngaoundéré or any other recognised university.
■ Submit a research project of 20 pages maximum, highlighting the thesis’ problematic.

HOW TO APPLY
The University of Ngaoundéré has set up an online portal to assist candidates seeking enrolment into its university. Registration into the University of Ngaoundéré can only be done online through the website: http://unregistration.univ-ndere.cm/.  To that effect, the applicant will have to create a profile for him/herself, chose his faculty and follow all other steps relevant to the application process. The successful applicant is generally contacted through the created profile. The application period into the University of Ngaoundéré generally runs during the months of August and September.

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About the city of Ngaoundéré
Ngaoundéré is the capital of the Adamawa Region of Cameroon. it was founded around 1835 by the Fulani leader Ardo Njobdi. He occupied and ruled the area until 1882 when he was visited by the German explorer Robert Flegel. Two years after the visit, he signed a protectorate agreement with the German explorer Siegfried Passarge; placing the .. more

About the city of Ngaoundéré
Ngaoundéré is the capital of the Adamawa Region of Cameroon. it was founded around 1835 by the Fulani leader Ardo Njobdi. He occupied and ruled the area until 1882 when he was visited by the German explorer Robert Flegel. Two years after the visit, he signed a protectorate agreement with the German explorer Siegfried Passarge; placing the area within the Germany’s sphere of influence. After the German annexation of Kamerun, the Germans ruled Ngaoundéré until 1914, when the first world war started. Then after the first world war, Cameroon became a colony administered by Great Britain and France. In 1919, the administration of the Adamawa Region including the city of Ngaoundéré became exclusively under French control until Cameroon’s independence in 1960. Ngaoundéré has a tropical climate with an average temperature of 22 °c. The people of Ngaoundéré are generally of the Fulbe culture. They speak the Fulfulde local language, practise nomadism and they have a moral code called the Pulaaku. The city’s economy depends mostly on livestock, trading, mining and transport.

Ngaoundéré offers a rich history and long-standing cultural heritage that tourists regularly come to explore. The city boasts of numerous regional palaces that are open to visitors upon request. The Faro National Park is famous for its hippopotamus colonies and the presence of cheetahs, rhinos and elephants. The biggest attraction in the area is the lovely Lamido Grand Mosque and the Benue National Park. The city serves as an important transportation hub, linking the south of Cameroon with the northern part of the country. There is a paved road that extends from Ngaoundéré to Garoua, Maroua, and Chad. It also maintains an airport dubbed the Ngaoundéré Airport, servicing flights within and out of the city. The railway from Yaoundé ends in Ngaoundéré. The city has several small clinics. A hospital worth about 10 billion fcfa has been earmarked for construction in the city. Being a small city, Ngaoundéré has few accommodation options, most of which are student hostels and simple traditional houses. Deciding to study at the University of Ngaoundéré will guarantee the opportunity to study in a calm environment.

 

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Type: Public Institution
Motto: Sciences, Arts et Conscience
Established: January 1993
No of Students: 30,000
Vice-Chancellor: Pr Florence Uphie Chinje Melo
Ranking: 3rd in Cameroon (Webometrics)
Website: http://www.univ-ndere.cm/
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