Reputation of University of Maroua at National and Regional levels in Cameroon

Joseph Besong Besong


The study examined the reputation of University of Maroua at national and regional levels in Cameroon in terms of quality, staff promotability, students’ aspirations and the impacts. The paper further examined the administrative Capacity and the relationship between the leader and the led or subordinates as fundamental in reputation since her establishment in the region; its roles in national building of human capacity in both polities and manpower development in science and technology related courses. The study findings revealed that within four years of the establishment of this young University there is excellent work in all the faculties; human capacity all being improved, it behooves that students (human development) future career prospects, learning and research resources enhanced global utilization in a competitive economy. The study Vindicated stability enjoyed by both academic staff and students as meter of measuring its reputation, hence their human relation, their inputs and outputs achievements. The findings identified relationship as the instrument harnessing the different cultures, managing from the leadership ability. Profile recommendations were made including the need to extend the University’s reputation in the continent of Africa first before international level in all the variables indicated in the study including financial responsibility as this may give her a good percentage in bench mark among other Universities in Africa and the world over.

Key words: quality, staff, promolability, students, aspirations, national, regional stability and relationship.

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