CUIB E&A Fair 2018: 5 days of learning with fun

The 5th Edition of CUIB-CERI Entrepreneurship and Academic Fair for the 2017/2018 school year ended on Sunday 15th April 2018 at the CUIB Molyko Campus under the theme “The Economy of Communion in Action” Sought to strengthen the academic base of the fair by developing, documenting and implementing a system for unbiased student evaluation of their experiential learning. A sort of practical outdoor Entrepreneurship internship on campus since the subject cannot be experienced by reading or classroom learning.

The Entrepreneurship and Academic fair which started from 11th to 15th April 2018, at the Catholic University institute of Buea (CUIB) has raised the summit of higher education in Cameroon by specifically aiming to produce Job creators and not Job Seekers. This goal calls for innovation and improvement of traditional higher education approaches.

One of the strategies adopted is the institutionalization of CUIB-CERI Entrepreneurship and Academic fair (CCEAF) program, which serves as a practicum to immerse students into the entrepreneurial realities of Cameroon and the world within an academic context and environment.

The 5th Edition of CUIB-CERI Entrepreneurship and Academic Fair for the 2017/2018 school year brought together more than 30,000 people from different works of life that is students, staff and Faculties of CUIB, Students, Lecturers and staff of other schools within the community of Buea, government institutions and parastatals, local, national and multinational companies and diplomatic missions, international and multi-lateral organizations.

The opening ceremony saw the presences of one of Cameroon most revered senator from the South West Region Mbella Moki Charles who congratulated the CUIB staff and faculty for their hard work in empowering the young students in the domain of entrepreneurship.

He told the students that hard work is what pays; they should continue to work together as a team and ensure that they contribute positively in the growth of Cameroon.

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During the closing ceremony the president/pro-chancellor of CUIB reiterated the importance of the CUIB-CERI Entrepreneurship and Academic Fair in the training of entrepreneur in a world that is rapidly changing with the advent of digitalization.

The 5th Edition of CUIB-CERI Entrepreneurship and Academic Fair had activities such as

Conferences and workshops, Boot camps, Business Clinics, Games and Leisure, Friendship saloon, Business Plan challenge, Business Advocacy Forum, Trade shows and Expositions, Celebrated Guests Artists in Talk shows just to name but these.

The Catholic University Institute of Buea is the best Entrepreneurial University in Cameroon that trains entrepreneurs that are fit to meet up with 21st century changes.

Catholic University Institute of Buea is located in Buea, Fako Division in the South West Region of Cameroon with two campuses. The main Campus is at Wokaka and the second campus is at Molyko chief town of Buea Regional Capital of South West Region.

Catholic University institute of Buea is the first Entrepreneurial University in Cameroon who are trained job creators and job seekers and the institution  is the only University in Cameroon to run an Elementary Entrepreneurial Academy known as “The Academy of Talents” A&T.

According to the Vice president for the Center for Entrepreneurship, Research and Innovation, CUIB, Eyong Eyong Thaddeus, the purpose of CCEAF is to promote the entrepreneurial nature of CUIB based on Catholic religious business principles by fostering confidence in self-reliance for job creation, innovation, inventiveness & entrepreneurial mindset among CUIB students through the building and testing strategic alliances with local, national and international partners.

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