The University of Seychelles on the 17th September 2009 under Section 15 of the Education Act 2004. Its main objective is to provide cost-effective, internationally recognised high-quality undergraduate and postgraduate education and training programmes, as well as research. The University of Seychelles (known also as UniSey) works in close collaboration with local and international partners having mutual interest.
The Creole Language and Culture Research Institute (CLCRI) was set up by the University of Seychelles in October 2016, to stimulate, facilitate and lead research in Creole studies in the country, with particular attention to the Seychellois Creole language and culture.
To be the knowledge hub of Creole languages and cultures in the Indian Ocean.
The mission of the Creole Language and Culture Research Institute is to create an academic forum for the advancement of the Seychellois Creole language, culture and society within the context of and in collaboration with Indian Ocean and other Creole societies in the world through research and dissemination, the creation of databases, publications and engaging in and promoting academic activities such as debates, criticism and intellectual creativity.
‘NOU KILTIR, NOU KONESANS, NOU LIDANTITE’