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The 6th edition of the fair to promote studies in France held in Yaoundé launched on November 14

The 6th edition of the fair to promote studies in France held in Yaoundé launched on November 14
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 16 November 2017 00:44

(Business in Cameroon) - Jacques Fame Ndongo, Cameroon’s minister of higher education, opened on November 14, 2017, the 6th edition of the fair to promote studies in France (Salon pour la promotion des études françaises –SAPEF) organized by Campus France. 

Gilles Thibault, the French ambassador to Cameroon explained that this year’s edition of the “meeting point between higher institutions of France, Cameroon, and Africa” promotes scientific and technical studies (engineering studies in particular) as they provide greater employment opportunities.  

This edition of SAPEF, whose key partner is the French logistics group Bolloré, is sponsored by partners like Total, Société générale and Orange Cameroon. “SAPEF the event we are interested in is an important vector for the future of education sector which is one of the major development factors in Cameroon. It is a fundamental stimulant to our strategy and approach to corporate responsibility”, Mohamed Diop, manager of Bolloré group in the Gulf of Guinea, said.

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