Nile University Partners with French Embassy in Landmark Deal

Nile University of Nigeria and French Embassy Sign Landmark Agreement for Student Exchange and Environmental Sustainability Projects
Mr. Sebastian Bede, Mr. Judikael Regnaut, and Prof. Dilli Dogo, during the signing of the MoU between Nile University and the Embassy of France in Nigeria.
Mr. Sebastian Bede, Mr. Judikael Regnaut, and Prof. Dilli Dogo, during the signing of the MoU between Nile University and the Embassy of France in Nigeria.google

In a significant development, Nile University of Nigeria has formalized a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Embassy of France in Nigeria, paving the way for dynamic student exchange programs with prestigious French universities and the establishment of environmental sustainability projects on its campus.

The MoU was signed during an official visit by the French delegation, led by Mr. Judikael Regnaut, Head of Cooperation and Cultural Affairs for the French Embassy in Nigeria.

The delegation included Mr. Sebastien Bede, French Attaché for Science and Higher Education; Ms. Justine Guery, Head of Campus France Nigeria; and Ms. Adjua Suzanne Kamara, Fab Lab Project Manager.

They were warmly received by Nile University’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dilli Dogo, and members of the University’s Management team.

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dilli Dogo, while welcoming the French delegation, reiterated Nile University’s commitment to continuous partnerships with governments at the national and international levels to achieve the Education for Impact Goals of Honoris United Universities, the first and largest pan-African private higher education network and owner of Nile University of Nigeria.

Mr. Judikael Regnaut, Head of Cooperation and Cultural Affairs, representing the Ambassador of France in Nigeria, expressed appreciation to the Management of Nile University for their interest in partnering with the Embassy and the French Higher Education system.

The MoU includes a two-part agreement with key focus areas on Student and Faculty Exchange Programmes with the renowned French University Institut Catholique d’Art Et Metier Site de Strasbourg-Europe (ICAM), as well as a Research Collaboration for Plastic Waste Processing, also known as the FAB-LAB at Nile University.

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