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Mar
02

CATUC STUDENTS FLY OUR FLAG IN GHANA

CATUC students who left the university during the 2016/2017 academic year as a result of the ‘Anglophone Crisis’ which forced us to close our doors for one full academic year, continue to make a name for themselves and for the university wherever they went. Last year, we reported that four of our Accounting Students who […]

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Aug
28

CATUC’S CONTRIBUTION TO QUALITY ANGLO-SAXON EDUCATION IN CAMEROON

“Anglo-Saxon” is used to refer to the people who lived in England from about 410 AD to about 1066 AD and their language and customs. As an adjective, it is used to describe modern societies that are based on or influenced by English customs. Anglo-Saxon countries include the United Kingdom, United States of America, New […]

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Aug
28

CATUC HOLDS ANOTHER SYMPOSIUM ON AFRICAN IDENTITY

Following on the last Symposium on Pope Francis’ Laudato Si’, the Catholic University of Cameroon (CATUC) Bamenda organised a Symposium on African Identity: Confronting Conflicting Interpretations. This took place on the 19th of January 2020 in the Mankon Cathedral Hall and brought together students and academics (especially from CATUC and the University of Bamenda), members […]

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CATUC OPENS NEW CAMPUS AT BAHAM

To take a trivial example which of us ever undertakes laborious physical exercise except.

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