Dear International Student!
HIPDET university is purely an angli-saxon styled university. Each year we receive students from Nigeria, equitorial Guinea, Uganda, Zambia, USA etc.
These students come in either as fulltime students, academic study abroad students, exchange students or for the purposes of research.
Which ever category of student you fall under, we cordially invite you to become a part of our education community and very much hope that your stay with us will be a rewarding and enriching experience both academically and in terms of your personal life and development.
Choosing an institution of your choice is an important decision that will have an impact on the rest of your life. There are many factors to consider, including what you will be studying and where you will be living.
HIPDET offers a comprehensive range of courses, which attract students from many different backgrounds and countries. Our Student Guide is designed to give you an idea of what it is like to study at HIPDET and provides you with all the information you need to apply for one of our courses.
We hope the student guide will help you to make the choice that is right for you.
If you need further information please contact the International Office. We look forward to hearing from you.
International Student Network
The International Student Network is a net work run by students, aiming to help you with your start at HIPDET and to encourage an active interchange between Cameroon and international students.
The International Student Network organizes a semester program with a wide variety of events such as excursions and short trips, sport tournaments, parties or weekly meetings at a local pub open to all international students of the institution.
Living In The City Of Bamenda, Douala and Yaoundw
Bamenda, where the institution’s main campus is located also known as Abakwa and Nkwen Town, is a city in northwestern Cameroon and capital of the North West Region. The city has a population of about 500,000 people, an
The city is located 366 kilometres north-west of the Cameroonian capital, Yaoundé.
Weather: 18°C, Wind S at 2 km/h, 97% Humidity .
It is the forth largest city in Cameroon easy to get to know. Cost of living is relatively low and transportation is easy to go.
Douala Where the institution’s annex 1 campus is, is the economic capital of Cameroon and is a coastal city in southwest Cameroon. Inland from the Wouri River, La Pagode, or the Palace of the Kings Bell, dates from the German colonial period. Nearby, the Doual’art gallery exhibits art from Cameroon and across Africa. The Douala Maritime Museum explores the city’s history as a center of colonial trade and fishing. South of the city, Douala-Edéa Wildlife Reserve is home to elephants and crocodiles.
Weather: 27°C, Wind NE at 3 km/h, 92% Humidity
It is the first largest city in Cameroon. Cost of living is average and transportation is easy to go
Even though we don’t yet have own accommodation, we normally arrange for accommodation for our international student from single bedroom to shared apartments at relatively cheap rates.