1. The University of Cape Verde (Uni-CV) is a center for the creation, diffusion and promotion of culture, science and technology, articulating study and research in order to enhance human development as a strategic factor for the sustainable development of the parents.

2. Uni-CV shall pursue, inter alia, the following purposes:

Promote human development in its entirety, emphasizing the scientific, technical, ethical, social and cultural dimensions, and having as paradigm the constant search for high standards of quality;
Foster fundamental and applied research activities aimed at contributing, in a creative way, to the country’s development;
To promote the entrepreneurial capacity of Cape Verdean society, contributing to the training of human resources in the priority areas of development
Provide diversified services to the community, with a view to reciprocal appreciation;
Develop scientific, technical and cultural exchange with research institutions and higher education, national and foreign;
To contribute to the development of international cooperation and to the rapprochement between peoples, in particular in the fields of education and knowledge, science and technology;
To contribute to the modernization of the education system of Cape Verde at all levels, namely through the research, adoption and dissemination of new teaching and knowledge promotion methodologies, taking advantage of Information and Knowledge Technologies (ICT).

The University of Cape Verde should be governed by a set of values, namely:

1. Freedom, understood as a privileged space of creation and free circulation of ideas, not being subject to ideological taboos of any species;

2. Excellence, defined as the commitment to the unceasing pursuit of knowledge, seeking Uni-CV to always be on the threshold of scientific and technological innovation, as well as at the forefront of the use of modern methods of teaching-learning.

3. Autonomy, from the academic point of view, understood as the right of the University (and the means of exercising it) to define its own aims and objectives, to draw up its plans and programs, to guarantee the free exercise of research, teaching and extension; from the financial point of view, such as the ability of the Public University to manage and generate revenues.

4. Quality, Uni-CV assumes the following dimensions as constituting the concept of quality: (i) Relevance, in the sense that the university is socially relevant; (ii) Equity, in order to widen opportunities for educational access and success for all Cape Verdeans, regardless of their social status and place of residence. (iii) Approach by competencies, in order to guide pedagogical processes for construction of learner skills;

5. Entrepreneurship, Uni-CV promotes education for the initiative and assumes itself as a privileged space for promoting the culture of entrepreneurship, contributing to the development of the creative initiative and the entrepreneurial capacity of the Cape Verdean society.

6. Sustainability, in the sense that all the actions necessary for the implementation of the University take into account the financial balance and the managerial capacity of the University itself in the course of its trajectory.

7. Internationality, understood as the insertion of the Public University in regional and world spaces of higher education and science and also as the orientation to make international standards in the field of research and teaching in objectives to be achieved and also as a strategy for to configure UniCV as a space of attraction for students and teachers from different national and linguistic backgrounds.


The University of Dar es salaam is the oldest and biggest public university in Tanzania. It is situated on the western side of the city of Dar es salaam, occupying 1,625 acres on the observation hill, 13 kilometers from the city centre.
It was established on 1st July 1970, through parliament act no. 12 of 1970 and all the enabling legal instruments of the constituent colleges. Prior to 1970, the university college, Dar es Salaam had started on 1st July 1961 as an affiliate college of the University of London. It had only one faculty- the faculty of Law, with 13 students.
In 1963 it became a constituent college of the university of East Africa together with Makerere University College in Uganda and Nairobi University College in Kenya. Since 1961, the University of Dar es Salaam has grown in terms of student intake, academic units and academic programmes.

UDSM Vision
“to become a reputable world-class university that is responsive to national, regional and global development needs through engagement in dynamic knowledge creation and application.”

UDSM Mission
“the unrelenting pursuit of scholarly and strategic research, education, training and public service directed at attainment of equitable and sustainable socio-economic development of Tanzania and the rest of Africa.”


Félix Houphouët-Boigny University is an Ivorian university, located in the town of Cocody in the east of the city of Abidjan. It was previously called Cocody University.


The University of NOUAKCHOTT AL AASRIYA (UNA) was created in July 2016 from the merger of the University of Science, Technology and Medicine and the University of Nouakchott.


 The fundamental mission of the UNA is to contribute to the scientific, technological and cultural influence of Mauritania, by striving to:

Develop knowledge and knowledge,
Provide initial, basic and professional training and continuing education and award recognized diplomas and certifications,
Promote scientific research and offer services and expertise,
Prepare young graduates for integration into working life.
The implementation of training (initial and ongoing) and research missions are based on the priority development needs of society and in collaboration with economic actors. This alignment of our two core businesses (training and research), including all other services to society, is our added value.


The University of Kairouan was created following the decree N ° 2004-2102 of September 2, 2004 concerning the creation of the universities by the decree N ° 2008-2716 of August 4, 2008, organization of the universities and institutions of higher education and research and the rules of their operation.


The University of Gabes, was created on August 4, 2003, by Decree No. 1662 to contribute to the development of teaching and scientific research in the South-East District (Gabes Governorate, Medenine Governorate, Tataouine Governorate, Kebili Governorate).


The University of Jendouba was created by the decree number 1662-2003 of August 4, 2003 concretizing the policy of the state in its will to decentralize the knowledge and the technology and to promote the vital role of the university in the region North West with four governorates (Jendouba, Beja, Kef and Siliana).

Since its inception, the University of Jendouba has experienced significant development both in terms of the number of institutions created and the number of students, teachers and administrative staff.

It also offers a wide range of training: languages ​​and humanities, arts and crafts, music and theater, legal sciences, economics, management, agriculture, biotechnology, computer science, sports and physical education.

The University of Jendouba has 13 university institutions (1 faculty, 2 schools and 10 institutes) of which 5 are co-supervised: 3 with the Ministry of Agriculture, 1 with the Ministry of Health and 1 with the Ministry of Youth and Sport.


The Libyan University was established by a Royal Decree on 15th December 1955; the first faculty to be founded was the Faculty of Arts and Education in Benghazi. In 1957, the Faculty of Science was opened to become the core of the Libyan University in Tripoli. In 1966, the Faculty of Agriculture was founded. In 1961, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (The UNESCO) established the College of Higher Technical Studies which was incorporated in 1967 to the Libyan University as the Faculty of Engineering. In 1973, the Libyan University was divided into two: University of Benghazi and University of Tripoli. In 1976, the name of the University of Tripoli was changed to Al Fatah University. Medical Colleges became known as Al Fatah University for Medical Sciences. In 2012, the University regained its original name and the establishment of new faculties has reached to twenty faculties up to date.



The University of Sirte aims to be an internationally acclaimed and leading university in teaching and scientific research.


• Preparing highly qualified and competitive students in all fields of knowledge for the labour market.
• Promoting research related to the development of local communities.
• Reaching out scientifically and culturally to the outside world in order to gain benefits and to promote the local culture and civilization.


• Providing a high-quality teaching programs in all fields of knowledge.
• Achieving a distinguished place in scientific research nationally and internationally.
• Contributing to the development of the local communities and environment.
• Providing the most affective teaching aids and equipments .
• Investing intelligently in human resources.
• Elevating the university’s international ranking.