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Patrice Ndambomve - Cameroon

Patrice-NdambomvePatrice Ndambomve from Cameroon graduated with a Master's Degree in Pure and Applied Mathematics at The African University of Science and Technology (AUST), Abuja-Nigeria in 2011. During the Masters program he took courses in Business and Innovation and participated in a group project, in which he participated in writing and presenting a business plan for affordable housing. Additionally, Patrice Ndambomve took courses in computational modelling, which ultimately strengthened his skills in computations. Patrice Ndambomve’s objective is to work in a challenging environment; striving for excellence, with precision at all times and contributing effectively to the community he is serving.

Through his experiences working as a teacher in mathematics and computer science he encouraged students to improve their mathematics skills and introducing them to the world of information technology. Not only have these positions allowed him to mature greatly, they have also aided his inter-personal skills.

Patrice Ndambomve worked also in several project groups for a software engineering project carried out during his undergraduate study years, where he found himself in the position as head of the group; for a business and innovation project carried out during his Master's Degree, Patrice Ndambomve worked with people from different countries to construct a Bamboo bicycle, which was then presented as their business plan. All this helped improving his communication and technical skills.

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