Kaviraj Sukon, CEO, says that this number will undoubtedly change by Friday. In fact, hundreds of students whose certificates are in the process of verification are still pending. Once the answers, they can join the first batch on Monday. Officials believe that number could grow to 10,000 students by 2015. The courses offered range from a "foundation course" license. Costs range from Rs 10,000 to Rs 103,200. OUM does not stop there, it will offer a variety of courses from 26 August as the B.Ed teachers for primary and secondary schools.
Entrepreneurship courses will also be provided. According to the conditions attached thereto, the student will be able to start his own business. The registration will begin in July next and can be done online or in the premises of the OUM to Reduit and Forest Side (former building of the MBC).
Those who wish to resume their studies can also enjoy the module Kreol and English. He has the opportunity to become familiar with the language to resume his studies. Thereafter, it will be the module in order to study Business English.
Those who do not have a level of "A-Level", must first complete the Foundation Courses involving English, Economics, French, mathematics and science in order to register for training first year.
Examinations will be conducted at Forest Side, and foreigners, they will be held in place with universities that OUM is partnership. Moreover, it is in association with renowned international institutions such as: Indira Gandhi National Open University, the Open University of UK, the African Council for Distance Education and UNISA.