Equatorial Guinea

Higher education in Equatorial Guinea facilities are provided mainly through Spanish assistance via the Spanish National University of Distant Education; locations are in the principal cities of Bata and Malabo. Some students who reach the university level also go abroad to study, primarily in Spain and France.

There are five institutions of higher learning in Equatorial Guinea: the National Institute for Health (Bata), the National Institute for Public Administration (ENAP), the National Institute for Agriculture (ENAM), the Santa Isabel and Bata Institutes for Teachers’ Training, and the National Centre for Proficiency in Teaching (CENAFOD), financed by UNESCO.

Université Kofi Annan
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The Kofi Annan University offers an exciting and rich student life. Extracurricular activities play an important role in the educational curriculum of the university, in order to develop in students the spirit of communication, sense of initiative and creativity, and the desire of work and group life.

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UNIVERSITY of MALABO / Archinect
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Archinect was initially developed in 1997 by Paul Petrunia. The site has since become a top online destination for progressive-design oriented students, architects, educators, and fans.  The goal of Archinect is to make architecture more connected and open-minded, and bring together designers from around the world to introduce new ideas from all disciplines.

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There is one institution in Equatorial Guinea considered universitie:

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