Commonwealth University gets Accredited Institution in Benin Republic and in Nigeriaadmin@cub
The Commonwealth University, working jointly with the St Clements University, has successfully established a private university in the Republic of Benin. Named Ecole Superieure Universitaire St Clements & Commonwealth, the new private university was among the sixteen (16) newly approved private universities in 2016. Located at Akpakpa Kpankpan District in Cotonou, the new university is accredited by the government of Benin Republic to run courses in Management (Human Resource) and in Marketing.
According to the Founder of the University Professor David Iornem, the new university, the first set of students have graduated. Students are admitted into the university to study for the Brevet Superieure (Associate Degree) lasting for two years under the French system of education. On completion of the Associate Degree, candidates will automatically move into the next two-year course which lasts for a further 2 years.
A candidate with 5 credits in relevant subjects will take only four years to complete a degree programme under the system. The Commonwealth University also established Commonwealth College of Technology – a new private Polytechnic established in Nigeria. The Polytechnic is in Gboko, Benue State – Nigeria.
This newly built campus is the model École Superieure Universitaire St Clements & Commonwealth intends to copy for its Cotonou Campus. Commonwealth College of Technology is part of the Commonwealth Education Group.