Universities and Colleges in Cameroon
The public universities are University of Yaoundé (founded in 1962); the University of Douala (1977, Coastal Province); University of Ngaoundéré (1982, Adamaoua Province); University of Buea (1992, South-West Province, English medium); University of Dschang (1993, West Province); and the University of Maroua (2008, Far North Province). The most prominent is the University of Yaoundé, which now comprises two separate universities on several campuses (University of Yaoundé I and University of Yaoundé II). The École Normale Supérieure of University of Yaoundé I is the leading school for teacher education. The many private institutions offering tertiary education include the Catholic University of Central Africa (1989, Yaoundé); Bamenda University of Science and Technology (1995, North-West Province); and Université des Montagnes (2000, Bangangté, West Province). The female-male ratio for gross enrolment in tertiary education is 0.7:1 (2011).Literacy among people aged 15-24 is 80.6 per cent (2010).
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