Togo-L’École Supérieure des Affaires and the University of Douala commit to a quality approach | Icilome

A partnership agreement was reached on Wednesday between the École Supérieure des Affaires (ESA) based in Lomé in Togo and the University of Douala in Cameroon. It is for the quality of teaching at the level of the two institutions.

Professor Magloire Ondoa and Doctor Charles Birregah, respectively rector of the University of Douala and founding president of the École Supérieure des Affaires (ESA), signed the documents of this agreement. According to the two parties, this public-private, win-win partnership will allow a better quality of teaching through the training of learners.

“The agreement with the University of Douala is first and foremost a quality agreement. Since we will make category A teachers available to the École Supérieure des Affaires. That is to say, associate professors who have been selected on the basis of CAMES standards. This quality will make it possible to achieve the objectives that we have set for ourselves. It is a partnership that establishes a bridge between the École Supérieure des Affaires and the University of Douala. Teachers from the University of Douala will be made available to the École Supérieure des Affaires and the University. This in the most varied fields of science. Whether they are social sciences, human sciences, technological sciences according to the will of the student ”, said Professor Magloire Ondoa.

Professor Magloire Ondoa (left) and his delegation (right) signing the guestbook this Thursday, November 11, 2021 in the Amphi 500 of ESA.

The École Supérieure des Affaires, for its part, will bring its expertise to the University of Douala.

“For ESA, I can bring DESCOGEF since I am approved as a DESCOGEF center and Central Africa has not yet completed its course to prepare for accountancy. I opened my establishment for candidates from Central Africa, especially Cameroon to come and train here instead of taking the French diploma ”, explained Doctor Charles Birregah.

The founding president of the École Supérieure des Affaires does not intend to stop there. He wants to draw a lot of his game bag.

“I will bring a lot of software. I created software here. For example to control the attendance of teachers, to control the entry of students. I did this biometric and now with QR code. I also created software for managing notes. There is also management, i.e. how to manage higher education, how to attract bank financing, etc. We have know-how that we can share with the University of Douala. I have a lot to contribute to public higher education ”, added the head of the École Supérieure des Affaires.

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Doctor Charles Birregah (standing in the middle) during the ceremony.

In its 11 years of existence, the École Supérieure des Affaires has entered into several partnership agreements with several other higher education institutions around the world. In particular with the University of Abomey-Calavi in ​​Benin, with universities in Guinea, Morocco and the United States, according to its founding president.

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Partial view of the assistance made up of students from the Ecole Supérieure des Affaires.

The Private Higher Education Institution of Doctor Charles Birregah has also to its credit several honorary distinctions including the Arch Prize of Europe in Frankfurt in Germany, the Quality Crown Prize in London in England, the Palme d’Or for the Best Most dynamic, most innovative school in the training sector in UEMOA, the Palme d’Or for the best, most dynamic and innovative school in the education sector in Togo, etc.

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Togo-L’École Supérieure des Affaires and the University of Douala commit to a quality approach | Icilome