History of CSUC-BENIN

CSUC-BENIN started with the Primary school in 1989 and the Secondary school in 1990. The opening of CSUC-BENIN is the answer to an ambition which intend to give an innovative answer to numerous crucial problems which the people face in general. We think as well to the essential developments of academics through the 'APEEC' and its major consequences at short or long terms, at a latter equilibrium in terms of physical health, the educational and pedagogical take-off, to the passivity as well as social dependence.

Let's think also about the cultural take-off, of the potential human exodus to other countries and to the development of a competent entrepreneurship and of national and community leadership to a higher status. In short, as the founder of Eps La-Cite Vie Nouvelle, I used to say 'Entrust to us a child of at 4 and we will make him conscious undertaker at the age of 25'. The satisfaction of the deep wish constitutes the conducting thread which equip us to permeate the entire programmes and of the philosophy of conscious entrepreneurship.

Our higher learning institution Eps La-Cite Vie Nouvelle provides an initial and continuous training through the industrial and tertiary sectors. Eps La-Cite Vie Nouvelle drives its strength from the synergy between the structural components most importantly from the driving force which is represented by APEEC (Pedagogical and Educational Approach to Conscious Entrepreneurship). Eps La-Cite Vie Nouvelle attaches great importantance to the quality of research in playing systematically the roles of initiator of achiever and manager of projects to learners on one hand and by learning from the multiple knowledge and experiences from the members of her community on the other hand.

Eps La-Cite Vie Nouvelle attached to the development of relations cooperative with the international scientific community for:

  • Transfer of Technology
  • Dissemination of culture
  • The exchange of technical and scientific information
The Founder of the Eps La-Cite Vie Nouvelle, Mr Raoufou Adedjouman, Computer Engineer, knew early on integrating computing tools for the development of the academic program at the levels of teaching, entrepreneurial activities and for the development of our 'country'. He represents the EPs La-Cite Vie Nouvelle to others Directors, analyst and adopts the general strategy defined by the Board.

The Scientific Council of the Eps La-Cite Vie Nouvelle is chaired by Mr Rene-Pinion George, Rector of the Eps La-Cite Vie Nouvelle, Professor of Contemporary History, Assistant Professor at the Falculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences Humanity (FLASH) at the University of Abomey-Calavi and former Technical Advisor for Higher Education and Scientific Research Minister of National Education.