There is one university in Djibouti which is called the University of Djibouti. It is a public higher education institution which was founded in 2006. For more information about the higher education system in Djibouti, please refer to the official government website: http://www.mensur.gov.dj/index.php.
There are three levels of study in Djibouti, the Bachelor’s (license) followed by a Master’s and a doctorate. Bachelor’s typically last three years followed by a two-year Master’s. As there is no centralized body of administration, students must directly apply to the university in order to be accepted. The language of tuition is French, however there are options for some bilingual courses which are taught in English or in Arabic as well.
The cost of inscription to higher education in Djibouti is 25000 Djibouti francs which is equivalent to 130 euros.