Faculty Members and Administrative Staff
Our students reach greater heights thanks to the gifted and committed faculty and staff who work hard to deliver the best experience possible, on campus. As you must have learnt we value professional excellence, continuous improvement, and crowned at the end by employment whereupon we contribute our own quota for business development in Cameroon and the Central African sub-region in general. Consequently, for our faculty and staff, AGENLA Academy is a workplace full of opportunities to build a career and change lives each day. 

The Academy employs competent faculty members qualified to accomplish the mission and goals of our institution. Our meticulous faculty recruitment policy When determining acceptable qualifications of our faculty, Agenla Academy lends priority consideration to the highest earned degree in the discipline in conformity with our carefully established guidelines. 

      Naturally, we are bound to consider competence, effectiveness, and capacity, including as appropriate, undergraduate and graduate degrees, related work experiences in the field, professional licensure and certifications. In addition Agenla Academy attach lots of importance on honours and awards, continuous documented excellence in teaching, or other demonstrated competencies and achievements thatcontribute to effective teaching and student learning outcomes. For all cases, our institution is responsible for justifying and documenting the qualifications of our entire faculty. This means that we are keeping up to world class academic and professional teaching standards. Our visiting faculty programme A visiting faculty member is a person who holds a position at the rank of Instructor, Assistant, Associate or Full Professor in a recognized university, or who holds an equivalent position in another appropriate organization. 
    At AGENLA Academy we have a special exchange programme after winning a working partnership bid with Ceges de sept- Iles University in Canada after a merit-based selection exercise that complements our special academic and professional teaching for business and development. We went this extra mile to conform to the decision by Cameroon to fully develop its mining sector by regularly training more mining, industrial maintenance, science and technology, and business professionals. This requires that we work with visiting faculty or external staff to undertake specific teaching tasks that will normally be met by making sessional appointments. Since our circumstances are special we require these contributions both to the teaching and to the research programs. These visiting appointments are a now regular feature of AGENLA Academy.

 

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