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Gabon is 1,362,000 inhabitants of which 41% is less than 15 years old. Libreville, the capital, admits 700,000 inhabitants. 16% of the population is rural. Life expectancy is 53 years old.

9.6 % of government budget goes to education. School life expectancy is 13 years from Grade 1 to Grade 13. The baccalaureate is the second diploma of value. French is the language of education.

General baccalaureates include:

Universities and higher institutions in Gabon

  • Omar Bongo University
  • Masuku Sciences and Technical University
  • Health Sciences Medical School
  • Franceville Medical Research International Centre (Centre International de Recherches Médicales de Franceville)
  • Forestry National School, Libreville
  • National School of Law (Ecole nationale de magistrature)
  • Higher School of Education (Ecole Normale Superieure)
  • Secretary Learning National School (Ecole Nationale de Secretariat)
  • Polytechnic School of Masuku
  • African Institute of Computer Science (Institut Africain d’Informatique)
  • Business National Institute (Institut national des sciences de gestion)
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