Yaounde I University - Faculty of Medicine Commemorates 40 Years of Existence

Popular Press

Jul 17, 2009

“When created in 1969, CUSS, as it was called, had the capacity to receive 20 students. With the passing of time, the institution has not only progressively increased its intake of students from 20 to 25, 40 and later 75 to 85 but has also changed its name to the Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. According to the current Dean of the Faculty, Professor Ekoe Tetanye, they are not only celebrating 40 years but also making a balance sheet of an institution which has trained some 3,300 med

Author
Brenda Yufeh

Region
Central Africa

Country
Cameroon

Topic
Capacity Building

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