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Association of Chartered Certified Accountants’ (ACCA) Head of Development and Education for West Africa, Mr Jonathan Mbewe visited CATUC on Wednesday August 6, 2014. The occasion was the launching, in CATUC, of the ACCA Tuition Centre. Mr. Mbewe, who came into Cameroon from Nigeria, arrived CATUC at 3.00pm when he was scheduled to have a closed-door meeting with CATUC Management. He was welcomed to CATUC by the Vice Chancellor, Fr. Micahael Niba, the Registrar, Fr. Joseph Awoh, the Dean of the Faculty of Business and Management Science, Professor Geoffrey Akalagbere, and the Acting Coordinator of the ACCA Programme, Mr. Charles Kenji.

After the meeting with Management and a brief tour of the facilities available for teaching and learning in CATUC, the delegation moved over to the Engineering Block where the launching ceremony was due to take place. Gathered in the hall were existing and prospective ACCA students, Faculty members, and a cross section of representatives from the business world. These included the Bank (Branch) Managers of
Ecobank, NFC, UBA, UBC, the Human Resource Manager of CAMCCUL, the Personnel Manager of MIDENO, The Manager of MbambaCUL, and many other managers from business institutions around the Northwest Region.


The Vice Chancellor welcomed everyone, especially Mr. Jonathan Mbewe to the history-making event and thanked them for making time to be part of this great event in the life of CATUC. Then he handed the floor to Jonathan who expressed immense joy at coming to CATUC. In a powerpoint presentation, he explained that his role as Head of Development and Education for West Africa was to recruit the right kind of candidates and to support them to become ACCA members.

The purpose of his visit was to share visions with CATUC and establish a framework for working together. In his role, he needs to spot the right partners for ACCA and there could be no better partner than CATUC, with the moral and ethical base which she provides. It is to be noted here that CATUC has two courses which are peculiar to her and make her stand out: the Human Person and the Social Teachings of the Church.

After explaining what ACCA is all about, and talking about her examinations, her ethics, and the support they can provide Faculty and students in CATUC, Mr. Mbewe turned his attention to the business operators of the Region. He said they were part and parcel of the ACCA Project in CATUC, because ACCA could not succeed without their support. The component of the ACCA package that deals with Business Research and Insights is tailored to enable the University support businesses in the locality and beyond with research and innovation in the business arena. The presentation was followed by a Question and Answer Session, after which the Vice Chancellor declared the ACCA Programme launched in CATUC.

In conclusion, Mr. Jonathan Mbewe expressed his profound satisfaction with the work done so far and the vision CATUC has for the ACCA. He promised to be back soon to see what support he can offer the ACCA Programme in CATUC.

This was followed by a photo session, after which snacks were provided for everyone in attendance.
Classes begin for all those who have registered on Monday 18th August 2014.

Courses Taught and Tuition Per Paper



Tuition Fee Per Paper

Part 1

F1, F2 and F3


Part 2

F4, F5, F6, F7, F8 and F9.


Part 3:

P1, P2, P3, P5 and P7



Conditions for Admission:

Photocopy of relevant documents and payment of admission fees of 10,000frs. For more information, click here.

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