Strengths of the U-EENI University in Africa

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Strengths and Opportunities of the U-EENI University on the African Continent

Strategic Markets

Why Africa?

“The future of the humanity is increasingly African” (UNICEF).

We Trust in Africa

Strengths of the U-EENI University in Africa

  1. Knowledge-intensive of the African market
  2. The U-EENI University has an excellent positioning in Africa.
  3. Alumni EENI in 54 African Countries.
  4. Educational programs in English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish (the high demand of Spanish language in Africa).
  5. Educational adaptation to all African countries
  6. Bachelor's Degree in Inter-African Business, Master in Business in Africa, Professional Doctorate Business in Africa, and Courses related to Business in Africa
  7. Professors and scholars in several African countries.

PhD Geneviève Barro (Burkina Faso) Director of the EENI Professional Doctorate in Business in Africa

PhD Geneviève Barro Burkina

Some African Professors of the U-EENI University:

Paterson Ngatchou Dr Albert Bialufu Ngandu Dr Ousséni SO Dr Fernandinho Domingos Sanca Dr Aliou Niang Jean Thierry Somda Adérito Fernandes Prospero Kemayou

Knowledge area website Business in Africa (EENI Education Portal).

Adaptation to the African market

  1. Creation of the Council of African Businessmen and Businesswomen
  2. Council of African Student and Alumni.
  3. Regional Campus and University
  4. Accreditation by the “African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education (CAMES)” for the whole African Francophone

Students Master Burkina

The graduation of the master in foreign trade in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso). The President of the Economic and Social Council of Burkina Faso, Mr Moussa Ouattara (Minister of Higher Education of Burkina), Mr Soungalo A. Ouattara (Minister of Public and Social Security), the President of the University of Ouaga II, and D. Pedro Nonell Torres, promoter of the U-EENI (to the right of the photo).

Master in Foreign Trade Burkina

EENI Master Burkina Faso

Opportunities on the African continent

  1. Higher education too expensive, poor and low accessible for African people.
  2. Access to Higher Education available only in largest African cities
  3. Lack of higher education programs specialised in International Business
  4. African Demographic Dividend
  5. African emerging middle class (350 million Africans)
  6. Africa will be the largest labour market in the world

EENI African Alumni.
U-EENI Alumni Africa

The African Institute of Foreign Trade: a key pillar of the U-EENI University in Africa.

African Institute of Foreign Trade

Some facts about Africa

Africa: The next emerging continent.

  1. African economic growth: 5% in the last ten years.
  2. Africa has been the continent more resistant to the global crisis
  3. Twenty global (pre-emerging) frontier markets
  4. Tendency to African economic integration (fifty-four countries, one billion people, combined GDP: 1.2 trillion USD)
  5. Intra-African trade: 10-13% of the total. Key objective of the African Union: increase to 25%
  6. Africa: barely 3% of world trade.

ICT (information and communication technologies)

  1. E-commerce boom.
  2. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT): 7% of Africa's GDP.
  3. Mobile phone revolution in Africa (650 million mobile phone users)

African Demographic Dividend

  1. 2015: 1.1 billion people
  2. 2030: 1.6 billion people
  3. 2100: 4 billion people (1 billion in Nigeria)
  4. In thirty-five years, 25% of the world's population will be African
  5. The emergency of the African middle class: 350 million people (34% of the African population). 1.1 billion in 2040 (42% of the African population).
  6. Young African population: 60% (the largest labour market in the world)

The new role of African women

  1. 519 million African women: a fundamental pillar of Africa's economic development.
  2. 70% of agricultural labour in Africa
  3. They produce 90% of all food in Africa.

Source: African Union.

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