University of Yaoundé
|University of Yaoundé|
|Université de Yaoundé|
|Federal University of Yaoundé (1962-1973)|
|Active||July 26, 1962–1993|
|Location||Yaounde, Centre, Cameroon|
|Campus||Ngoa-Ekelle, Soa and others|
It was built with the help of France and opened in 1962 as the Federal University of Yaoundé, dropping the "Federal" in 1972 when the country was reorganized.
In 1993 following a university reform the University of Yaounde was split into two (University of Yaoundé I and University of Yaoundé II) following the university branch-model pioneered by the University of Paris.
- facsciences.uninet.cm: Presentation of the University (retrieved on 18 March 2015)
- minesup.gov.cm: Décret N° 93/026 du 19 janvier 1993 Portant création d'Universités (retrieved on 18 March 2015)
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