REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON
Peace – Work – Fatherland
MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION
To launch the competitive entrance examination into the Professional Postgraduate (Masters) Cycle in International Relations, Major in INTERNATIONAL DISPUTES of the International Relations Institute of Cameroon (IRlC) of the University of Yaounde II, for the 2019-2020 academie year.
THE MINISTER OF STATE, MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION:
Article 1: The public hereby informed that:
-Holders of a Bachelor’s degree in Law.
-Holders of any other diploma admitted m equivalence or exemption by the Minister of State, Minister of Higher Education.
That a competitive examination for the recruitment of thirty (30) students for the Professional Master’s programme in International Relations, Major in International Dispute, at the International Relations Institute of Cameroon (IRIC) is offered at the unique centre in Yaounde ..
Article 2: The competitive examination includes a written test on knowledge of International Relations and International Law and a Language test (French for Anglophones and English for Francophones ).
Article 3: candidates registered subject to one.ofthe above-mentioned diplomas will only be finally admitted, if they succeed in the.cornpetitive examination, when they present the original of the diploma or, where applicable, the attestation at the time of registration set by the Institute.
Article 4: The application files include thé following documents:
1) A completed application form to be collected from IRIC department of studies, or from MINESUP websites: http/www.minesup.gov.cm. and TRIC: www.mmesup.gov.cm.
2) A certified copy ofbirth certificate less than three (03) months old;
3) A certified copy of the highest diploma with transcripts, signed by the competent acadernic authorities;
4) A medical certificate duly established and issued by the IRIC administration;
5) A curriculum vitae;
6) A certificate of non-conviction less th an three (03) months old;
7) 4 4×4 passport size photos with names and surnames on the back;
8) A formai authorization to corn pete from the employer for candidates who are workers;
9) A receipt of payment of registration fees for examination;
10) An A4 envelope with a 500 FCFA stamp including the full name and address of the candidate;
Article 5: The competitive examination referred to in Article1 above is open to Cameroonians of
either sexes, aged 32 years or less as of 30 August 2019: however, workers and foreign candidates in excess of the quota will be subject to special age and financial conditions
Article 6: The registration fee for the competitive examination is 20.000 (twenty thousand) CF A francs for regular candidates and 30.000 (thirty thousand) CF A francs for candidates who are workers and are payable to the SCB bank, Agency of the 20th May boulevard, opposite MINESUP to account number 10002 00069 9000000231495 93 entitled IRIC/Competitive Examination. These non-refundable fees are intended to cover the costs generated by the organization of the competitive examination.
NB. : The payment of these fees is subject to the issuance of a receipt by the IRIC Bursar/ Revenue Manager after verification of the file by the department of studies.
Article 7: Complete files will be submitted to the Department of Studies, IRIC, on Friday, September 06, 2019 latest 3:30 p.m.
Only candidates with a complete file will be allowed to sit for the examination. They must then report to the halls thirty minutes before the start of each examination, with their national identity cards.
Article 8: The competitive examinationwill take place on Wednesday,Septernber 11,2019:
9am-12pm: Written examination on International Relations and Current regional integration Issues.
2pm-4pm: Written language test.
Orals: The date of the oral tests for successful candidates will be indicated at a later date.
Article 9 : The Director of Academie Aecreditations and Quality, the Rector of the University of Yaounde II and the Director of IRIC shall each be responsible for the execution of this Order, which shall be registered and communicated in French and English wherever necessary.