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Find your flexible workspace. Whether you’re an established enterprise or a growing startup, discover flexible spaces and solutions to move your business forward. <mark>Enjoy the freedom of having space whenever you need it—by the hour, the day, the month, or longer.</mark>

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Regus - Conakry

Make a home for your business with a Regus private office. Our fully-equipped workspaces have everything taken care of – from the furniture to the high-speed WiFi – so you can focus on driving your business forward. <p></p> <mark>A place for your business to grow</mark> <p></p> A few minutes from Conakry Gbessia international airport, the Tour Niger centre is located in downtown Kaloum's business area, where most of the country's companies are based. <p></p> The building is within 500 m of the presidency, ministries, the port, the French embassy, major hotels and banks.

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JATROPHA Hub is an initiative of the Jatropha SA Group with the aim of giving the opportunity to many young people in Guinea to develop their entrepreneurial potential. We are a national NGO, with relay antennas in all the administrative regions of Guinea. Built on 1000M2, and installed in Kaporo in the commune of Ratoma, in the suburbs of Conakry, we are the first community of entrepreneurs in Guinea. Affiliated with several national and international networks of incubators, accelerators and Fablabs, Jatropha Hub aims to be a catalyst for technology made in Guinea. <p></p> Our values <p></p> Integrity <br> Adoption of the highest standards of integrity with our employees. <p></p> Flexibility <br> A company with international standards, while keeping our African values ​​as organizational skills. <p></p> Adaptability <br> <mark>Innovation at the heart of our development strategy. We think outside the box with an ease in welcoming change, new challenges, adopting new behaviors/tools, welcoming new talents.</mark>

Kofi Annan University of Guinea - school image
Kofi Annan University of Guinea

At Kofi Annan University in Guinea, the training of state engineers (or design engineers) is organized over five years . The 1 st and 2nd years (4 semesters) constitute the preparatory cycle , devoted to lessons in common core and placed under the responsibility of a Director in charge of this cycle. At the end of the preparatory cycle , students begin the Engineering cycle , which goes from the 3 rd to the 5 th year; it brings together five streams, each managed by a program director (head of stream), streams in which students are oriented according to their interests and aptitudes (cf. below a). <p></p> Computer Engineering is one of them. Its vocation is to <mark>train computer engineers who, in addition to mastering (like the computer scientist) the methods of designing and developing computer systems (hardware and software), have basic technical training and in-depth knowledge. structure of computers, their interfaces and networks.</mark> <p></p> The 5th year is organized in two concentrations: <br> - Information Technology and Software Development Concentration <br> - Networking Concentration <br><br> Networking deals with the design, analysis, implementation, use and management of both computer networks and the applications that use them . <br><br> Conditions of access to the preparatory cycle <br><br> Justify a bachelor's degree in mathematical or experimental sciences, or a diploma deemed equivalent; have successfully passed the admissions procedure; pay tuition fees. <br><br> Admission requirements for the Computer Engineering course <br><br> This course is open to students who have: <br> <br> - successfully completed the preparatory cycle; <br> - obtained a bachelor's degree in computer engineering (or an equivalent diploma) and would like to continue their studies for the state engineer diploma. <br><br> Admissions on a case-by-case basis , on file, can also be pronounced for the benefit of students with: <br> - validated two years of scientific studies after the baccalaureate (Bac +2); br> - started (but not completed) an engineering course in another institution. <p></p> Opportunities <br> Because of the general nature of his training, the computer engineer is present in all sectors of activity where computers are needed; it has the possibility of intervening wherever the interfacing of computers with other non-computer elements is necessary, in particular in the sectors: <br> - ICT (telecommunications services, online services, advanced electronics, embedded systems, robotics, etc.), <br> - industry (automotive, aeronautics, agri-food, electromechanical, etc.), <br> - commerce, banking... <br> The professions offered by this sector cover a wide range: <br> <br> - Information System Architect, <br> - systems designer, <br> - software developer, <br> - IT Auditor, Quality Engineer, <br> - IT Project Manager, <br> - Systems and network architect, <br> - Administrator of systems, networks or databases… <p></p> Computer engineering engineers thus have the opportunity to work in almost all national and multinational companies operating in Guinea. <p></p> Organization and content of the training <br><br> The training takes place over three years (six semesters) and includes the completion of a graduation project during the sixth semester. During the training course, two internships are compulsory during the holidays; they allow students to apply their knowledge and develop their skills.