Created in 1961, the Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Statistique et d’Economie Appliquée d’Abidjan, Editor’s Note), ENSEA, is a National Public Institution whose vocation is to provide training for statisticians in French-speaking African countries. In June 1969, due to its increasingly international character, a law established the school as a higher education public institution with civil personality and financial autonomy.
In addition to the reputation it has acquired in the field of initial training for statisticians and economists for African countries, ENSEA provides introductory and advanced training in various fields for a wide audience (public and private administration executives).
ENSEA of Abidjan is an institution whose vocation is to ensure the training of statisticians for African countries. This training is delivered through four distinct cycles, designed according to the level of student recruitment and the career envisaged at the end of the training.
Through MOOC (Massive Online Open Courses), or FOAD (Open Distance Training) you have the possibility to train from home.