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President's Welcome Message

Welcome to the Catholic University Institute of Buea, (CUIB) The Entrepreneurial University! Anyone who visits our Molyko Campus is certainly struck by the imposing arch with the inscription "Welcome to the City of Saints and Scholars". CUIB was founded on the 17th of April 2009 by His Lordship Bishop Immanuel Balanjo Bushu with a unique vision to train a new breed of young men and women, Entrepreneurs, Job creators, innovators, Saints and Scholars (Sancti et Scholari), workers, directors, consumers, students, administrators, economic workers, rich and poor, families who could be called "homo donator", persons capable of putting into practice the "Culture of giving" in a new society that puts solidarity and sharing at the heart of its understanding of relationships. Its motto "Sancti et Scholari" (Saints & Scholars) articulates CUIB's commitment to form integral persons in the Both/And culture: Faith & Reason; Prayer & Work, Freedom & Responsibility, Business & Spirituality etc. As "Saints" CUIB underscores its commitment to train its students to be "the best version of ...Read More



Commencemnt 2016


Building a Community of Intellectuals wi

The CUIB community has once more been called upon to build a strong spiritual life for its student, staff and faculty thereby fostering the University’s mission of training intellectuals with moral and spiritual values- the Both/And Culture. The call was m read more...

Building a Community of Intellectuals with the Fear of the Lord-The Both/And Culture in Action

CUIB’s Change Makers: Besong Elliot

Besong Elliot is the kind of guy every young person should meet. A SANR senior in transition, he describes himself as a team player, hardworking, friendly, and creative person who loves to see everyone around him succeed.

In the short tim read more...

CUIB’s Change Makers: Besong Elliot

2016/2017 Convocation: Freshmen Called

Cameroonian academic giant, Pr. Jean Emmanuel Pondi, has called on freshmen students to strive for excellence and to be true leaders: saying success comes as a result of self-discipline, organized planning and continuous effort. The keynote speaker made the call while addres read more...

2016/2017 Convocation:  Freshmen Called to be Organized, Disciplined and Hard working

Ethics: A Challenge in the Corporate Wor

Henry Kiven, first guest speaker for the 2016/2017 academic year has informed students the major challenge they will face in the corporate world will be on ethics. This was during his presentation on the role of ethics in the corporate world at the EoC Village on November 9. read more...

Ethics: A Challenge in the Corporate World


The Ministry has really been motivating and has taken my spirituality to another level. Since I started attending the BERAKAH Teachings, introduced by Rev. Fr. Nkeze in the CUIB community, I have grown up spiritually. I can now freely participate with joy in praise and worship, in EoC mass and I now encourage others who have been avoiding thanksgiving and praises to come and experience the goodness of God.

Mokube Alice

Management Student HND Level II , College of Business

I can say that before joining the BERAKAH community my spiritual life was really down. But after attending the first BERAKAH teachings my life changed. The teachings provoked me to search for the best version of myself and appreciate all positive things around me. So I invite you all to come join and get a wonderful experience with the Lord.

Elodie Nana

Accountancy Student, B.Tech. Level III, College of Business

I stand as a living testimony to the wonderful works of the BERAKAH Ministry. Since I joined this wonderful ministry, the Lord has blessed me in so many ways. I lost my job and immediately I joined this prayerful community, I got another with flourishing opportunities. The BERAKAH community helps us to glorify, thank and appreciate God for whatever He does for us.

Ndam Carlson

Accountancy Student, HND Level I, College of Business

I have heard so much about CUIB and I am impressed with the kind of education they offer. I want my son to study here because I know he will graduate with a different way of looking at life and will not run back home to me for daily bread, but will come up with a business of his own as I see other CUIB graduates doing.

Mr. Waffo Jean Dagobert

Parent of Applicant

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