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On Saturday, 24th 2021, a site visit evaluation was held from 9h30am to 15h30 pm in the framework of the International Master’s Program in Energy and Green Hydrogen (IMP-EGH). This site visit was conducted by the Executive Director of WASCAL headquarter, the Experts team of the evaluation committee and the German partners from German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The aim of the visit is to assess the strength and weakness of the WASCAL DRP-CCE to host the new H2 program in the international standards.
The visit has started at the office of the Ministry of High Education, Innovation and Research with the warmed welcome to the delegation by the Ministry and the Team of WASCAL DRP-CCE. Prof. Rabani ADAMOU.
The Ministry have launched the visit of the National Agency of Solar Energy (ANERSOL), the School of Industrial Mining and Geology (EMIG) and the Faculty of Sciences and Techniques of Abdou Moumouni University (FAST/UAM).
At the end of this second visit, the participants returned back to the multimedia room for the final discussion on the evaluation.
The Director of WASCAL DRP-CCE Prof. ADAMOU Rabani in his presentation, made an overview of all available infrastructures of the consortium ANERSOL/EMIG/WASCAL to host the IMP-EGH program.
Dr Christoph ROVEKAMP representing German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) expressed his view regarding the students hostels which needed to be at the level of international standard.
Taking the floor, Prof. Arona DIEDHIOU gave a general overview of the evaluation and his impression about the three sites. He has encouraged the consortium to find out a way to strengthen collaboration in the activities of IMP-EGH in all the aspect from the curricula to the laboratory practical activities.
Then, Pr. Daouda KONE, Director of Capacity Building stated that they are working to come out very soon with a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the for WASCAL graduate studies program to be signed by the higher authority for the recognition of the two semesters that the four Master’s program will do here at WASCAL-UAM.
The Executive Director of WASCAL Dr. Savadogo Moumini took the opportunity to thank BMBF through Dr Christoph ROVEKAMP for the support to WASCAL and also congratulated WASCAL DRP-CCE for the work achieved in the PhD program and all the results obtained in the different activities of WASCAL in general.
The chairman of the session, Prof.ADAMOU Rabani restated the key points discussed and thanked the participants and gave the floor to Prof. MAMADOU Saïdou (chancellor of Abdou Moumouni University (UAM, Niamey) for final comments and the closing of the meeting.
CALL FOR APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION AND GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE (DAAD) SCHOLARCSHIPS FOR AN INTEGRATED MASTER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINABLE TRANSFORMATION OF RURAL AREA (2 YEARS) AND A DOCTORATE PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINABLE TRANSFORMATION OF RURAL AREA (3 YEARS).
Through the present call, Abdou Moumouni University of Niamey is launching the fourth batch of its four semesters, two years Master Program for Sustainable Transformation of Rural Area for the academic year 2021-2022. The program provides full scholarship to successful candidates from West African countries. Places (05) are also available for free paying candidate responding to the recruitment academic conditions. Potential candidates are invited to submit an application for selection.
Start date for application: October 14th, 2021
Deadline for application November 15th, 2021