Created in 2013 on the basis of a public-private partnership, the CIPMEN (Incubator Center for Small and Medium Enterprises in Niger), the first business incubator in Niger and one of the largest in West Africa. The main objective of the incubator thus created is to <mark>offer quality support to companies and carriers of ideas in the fields of digital technology,</mark> renewable energies, the environment, agribusiness and other sectors. contributing to sustainable development. <p></p> CIPMEN aims to support entrepreneurs in terms of business strategy, entrepreneurial capacity building and business management on their projects. <p></p> In order to better support our entrepreneurs, we have tailor-made coworking spaces.
We are young Nigerian women entrepreneurs who have set themselves the challenge of providing women with a space where they can express their talents and find all the comfort necessary for the success of their business creation projects. <p></p> Through our coworking space, we give Nigerien women access to a workspace where they can deploy their creativity for innovative projects. <p></p> Do you have an idea or a project in mind and need support?<br> DLCoworking opens its doors to women with personalized support, a network of experts and a workspace. <p></p> <mark>Innovation & the SDGs<br> Support for innovative projects in response to the sustainable development issues encountered in Niger.</mark> <p></p> OPEN INNOVATION PROGRAM<br> A program of collaboration between large groups, start-ups and institutions to invent new solutions and open up possibilities for partnerships. <p></p> INTERNAL TRAINING<br> Group coaching for executives and managers of large companies and creativity workshops for project teams. <p></p> Coworking<br> Rent a position in the heart of Niamey and work in a bright and spacious workspace
With growing market demand, software engineering is one of Nigers' newest engineering disciplines; however, there are few software engineering programs in Niger. At Maryam Abacha American University Of Niger, our Software Engineering program focuses on the design of computer software and is exposed to software design for embedded systems, enterprise and mobile systems, distributed systems, real-time control systems, multi-media, and man-machine interfaces. Courses including software design, user interface, advanced networks, and design and analysis of algorithms <mark>prepare graduates for successful careers in the software engineering field.</mark>
We are committed to delivering high quality taught programmes that prepare students to compete in a global marketplace for computing expertise. We believe that the best way to prepare students for the rapidly changing world of computing is to give them the skills and knowledge that enables them to readily adapt to those changes. <p></p> The aims and objectives of this revised programme are to: <mark><br> - Expose candidates to cutting edge developments in computing technology and contemporary computing research. <br> - Meet industry research and development needs, as well as the needs of candidates seeking to pursue further academic research. <br> - Provide a programme that meets local and regional needs, while meeting or surpassing the standards of top international programmes. <br> - Offer a programme that will attract increased interest, by introducing specializations and courses that address current and future needs of the industry. <br> - Establish a framework and programme structure that will flexibly facilitate evolution of the programme without compromising any of the programme objectives. <br> - Strengthen the core of the programme by defining a core that can support a broad set of specializations in Computer Science. <br> - Introduce a framework that allows candidates who have completed their degrees at various times in the past, who may not have completed the current requirements of an undergraduate degree in <br> - Computer Science, to be brought to the same level of competence before pursuing advanced courses in Computer Science.</mark>