As part of the pedagogical renovation of its training courses and in the implementation of its strategic plan, ENSEA Management has initiated a week of training on the presentation of the e-learning platform (TALENTSOFT) for the teaching staff of the school from 16 to 20 December 2019.
Since its creation in 1961, ENSEA has contributed to the training of more than 4,000 statisticians from African countries sharing the French, English and Portuguese languages. Since 1990, ENSEA has strengthened its research activities.
The quality of the training and the density of studies have successively earned it the label of WAEMU Regional Centre of Excellence in 2005 and the World Bank’s African Centre of Excellence (ACE) in 2015.
The activities of the “African Centre of Excellence (ACE)” are part of the ENSEA Strategic Plan, which is structured around four action plans.