EUI Helps You Realise Your Ambitions
The ERuDeF Institute of Applied Biodiversity Science Buea Cameroon, is a non-profit pioneer biodiversity Institute accredited by the Minister of Higher Education of Cameroon and the Minister of Vocational Training Employment of Cameroon in 2012 and 2020.
It was created by ERuDeF to close the gap that existed for the training of conservation professionals and leaders in Cameroon. Furthermore there exist no institution in Cameroon and Central Africa for the training of park managers, Environmental Education specialist and other conservation professionals.
While the University provides the theoretical basis of students up-bringing, ERuDeF Institute
Provides the professional and practical basis of their professional insertion into both the job market and academic fields. All programs at ERuDeF Institute are academically intensive, research and professional focused and challenging requiring a lot of strategic thinking and meditation.
The programs gives you a chance to explore opportunities in the area of conservation, biodiversity management, non-profit development, and effective leadership. You come out of this programs as a self-made graduate capable of funding and piloting your own career and programs. Our understanding is that even if you cannot gain employment, you should be able to at least, raise funds to set up and manage a project of your own. Given the two decades of ERuDeF involvement in conservation, and development in Cameroon, Africa and globally, it is well suited to introduce programs offered by EUI.
EUI seeks to provide leading edge and holistic professional training in conservation and development management to the future cream of conservation and development leaders.
To engage students in diverse learning environments that train them to think critically and to expand their intellectual horizons while attaining the knowledge and skills
Be part of a team that will not only open you up to opportunities in the field of conservation but will open your minds and hearts to protect the world in which we live.