The Bangui University is a public institution of the Central African Republic, with legal personality and administrative and financial autonomy. It is created by Ordinance No. 69063 of 12 November 1969 and placed under the supervision of the Minister of Higher Education, Scientific and technical research. It has its headquarters in Bangui.
Following the breakup of the Foundation of Higher Education in Central Africa (FESAC), the Central African Government sovereignly ordained in November 1969 to create a National University entrusted with the traditional academic functions that are training managers, research and promotion of culture.
The University of Bangui, in 1970 is gradually adopting higher education and research institutions. After the Faculty of Law and Economics (FDSE in 1970), the Higher Institute of Rural Development (ISDR en1970), the Faculty of Science and Technology (FST in 1971, current Faculty of Sciences), the Faculty of Arts and Sciences human was created in 1972.
1.2. MISSIONS AND OBJECTIVES
The University of Bangui's mission:
Train the senior and middle management of the Central African Republic and other countries that use it;
Contribute to scientific research at national and international level;
Promote and develop the Central African and African cultural values;
Provide services to the community according to their skills.