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The Universidade Amílcar Cabral (UAC) is a public institution of higher education in Bissau, Guinea-Bissau. The only public university in the country, it was established in 2003 by President Henrique Pereira Rosa, but in 2010 it underwent restructuring after becoming extinct in 2008, and became affiliated with the Universidade Lusófona da Guiné (ULG). In 2013 it resumed its activities with the appointment of its new governing body, and is it is run by the Ministry of Education. In May 2015, UNESCO reportedly donated about $600,000 worth of computer equipment to the university.
The Universidade Colinas de Boé (UCB ) is a private institution of higher education located in Guinea-Bissau. It was founded in September 2003, just before the creation of the Universidade Amílcar Cabral, the only public university in the country. In 2007, it established a cooperation agreement with the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria (IPL ) .
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