The university authorities provided information to students about the new curriculum, the LMD.
A committee of the National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE), headed by its rector for Academic Affairs, Manuela Roka Botey, among others, met on March 18 in the EUSMA University of Bata with the university students, to hold an information meeting.
Roka was accompanied by Armando Monsuy Engonga, Dean of the School of Arts and Social Sciences, along with other members of the university.
During the meeting, students were informed about the new higher education system recently implemented in the UNGE, the LMD, in order to face university education with better quality guarantees.
Armando Monsuy, who is also vice president of the commission, explained the cycles in which this curriculum is divided: bachelor’s, master’s degrees and doctorate. He also responded to concerns raised by the students. He said the LMD system aims to educate independent professionals who can function in society to respond practically and efficiently.
Text and photos: Miguel Angel Andjimi Ndong (D. G. Base Internet)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office