Visit of a UCAC-ICAM delegation

03 December 2019

Welcome to Université Catholique de Lille

 

We welcomed this week a delegation from the Institut UCAC-ICAM (Université Catholique d’Afrique Centrale, Cameroon): Father Epiphane KINH, Vice-Rector of the UCAC, Father Mathieu NDOMBA, representative of the Jesuit Province of Western Africa, M. Alain Brice BOUMPOUTOU, administrator of UCAC-ICAM.


They discovered our historical campus, and our innovations in term of pedagogy, entrepreneurship & sustainable development.

The main mission of the Ucac-Icam Institute is to train, in Africa and for Africa, technicians and engineers who are professionally competent and humanly responsible.

 

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