Dr Doh Pascal

Dr Doh Pascal

President-Coordinator General

Dr. Pascal S. Doh (Docent cand.), resident in Finland (Cameroonian citizen) holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Management from the University of Tampere, Finland, an M.Phil./Master in Higher Education Policies from the Universities of Oslo (Norway), Tampere (Finland) and Aveiro (Portugal) under the Erasmus Mundus Programme of the European Commission (2007), a Master of Administrative Sciences at the University of Tampere and Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the University of Buea, Cameroon. He is founder of the DIANA ry. Dr. Doh has been involved for close to two decades in studies, teaching, research and consultancy in higher education management and policy issues between Europe and Africa. Within the

past three years he worked as senior researcher at the University of Turku,

where he created a renown scientific network, the Finland-Africa Platform for

Innovation (FAPI) which won the internationalisation grant of 4 million euros

as pilot of the Ministry of Education, Finland. He has published widely on several higher education management issues international journals and participated in over 60 higher education policy Conferences including with renown organisations such as UNESCO, OECD, EC, EUA, AAU, CUD-Belgium, ADEA. He has also carried several consultancy projects with the latter international organisations.  He is bilingual in English and French. He also course teacher on the role of the entrepreneurial university in the national innovation system, in the Master of Research and Innovation in Education, Erasmus Mundus Programme of the European Commission at the University of Tampere, Finland.  He has been visiting Lecturer to several African Universities: Cheikh Anta Diop, the Gambia, University of Yaoundé 2 and Makerere University, Uganda. He is course Director of the course "Building African Entrepreneurial Universities" by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa which held in January and February 2021. He is also member of the renown Africa-Europe foundation and regularly consulted person on higher education, Science and technology policy issues between the European Commission and African Union e.g., AERA. He is member of two Education Advisory Clusters of the African Union; Higher Education and STEM and has been speaker at the Science Summit of the 76 General

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