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The promoter of the Edwin Clark University (ECU), Chief Edwin K. Clark, had as far back as 1968 been aware of developmental role of education. As a consequence of this awareness, he has been a strong advocate for the establishment of educational institutions focused on identified aspects of national development, it was from this perspective that he committedly pursed the improvement of the standards and quality of education in the defunct Midwest State when he became its Commissioner for Education in January ,1968.

It was therefore not surprising that it was during his tenure as Commissioner for Education (under the government of Ogbemudia), that the Midwest government decided and established the University of Benin (UNIBEN). He was the first Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council of that University. Based on his very early recognition of the critical role of technology education in national development, he was appointed Pro-Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Minna in 1983.

Arising from his abiding interest in the role of education in national development, Chief Edwin Clark proposed that the Edwin Clark University be established.

Founded in May, 2015, Edwin Clark University is poised to offer an academically rigorous education in a creative community where learning and values meet, fostering in students the qualities of mind and heart that are creative, prepare them to reach their full potential as informed citizens of their communities, Nigeria and the world at large. Personal and social responsibility are central to our theme and our values, just as are our intellectual development, personal and spiritual growth, as responsible global citizens.

VISION: To be the center of academic excellence,producing students with required practical knowledge, skills, attributes and values to address and solve the complex challenge of the immediate communities, the Niger Delta and the nation at large in a sustainable and responsible manner”.

MISSION: Our Mission is “Nurturing and retaining knowledge that address the development challenges of Niger Delta in particular and the wider global community”.

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enquiry@edwinclarkuniversity.edu.ng
P.M.B. 101, Ughelli Kiagbodo
Tel: +2347055557773, +2349029844311

Crawford University is a private University of the Apostolic Faith Mission, licensed by the Federal Government of Nigeria. The University is committed to academic excellence and the highest levels of discipline and morals.

The Mission of the University is “to be an International Institution of higher learning with enviable standards of teaching and research.

Our Vision is to be a Center of Excellence; producing graduates with a well-balanced education.

Although Igbesa is located in a rural agricultural setting, however, within 50 km radius of the site are highly urbanized areas. Foremost is the concentration of population called Lagos Metropolitan area, which has extended swiftly to neighboring towns like Ota, Ifo and Ikorodu.

There is also the neighboring town of Agbara, which has industrial estates hosting manufacturing plants of multinational companies like Nestle, Evans, Unilever, GlaxoSmithKline, PhamaDeko, Colodense Dumex etc. There are also residential estates built by both government housing corporations and private real estate companies. Linkages would be developed with these multinational companies for purposes of research, curricular development and exchange of expertise. In addition, the companies would provide avenues for placement of students who are on industrial attachment.

Objectives

The Objectives of the University are:

To give the opportunity of acquiring a higher education to all,

To provide relevant courses of instruction and other facilities for the pursuit of learning in such branches of knowledge as the University may desire to foster and in so doing make those facilities available on proper terms to such persons as are equipped to benefit from them,

To promote scholarship and encourage the advancement of learning,

To conduct relevant research into human problems and their alleviation,

To relate its activities to the social, cultural and economic needs of the people of Nigeria in particular, and the world in general,

To undertake any other activities appropriate for a University of high repute, and

To produce well-rounded graduates, who will be academically sound, creative, with good morals and the fear of God.

Contact info

info@crawforduniversity.edu.ng
Faith City
Tel: +2348067513418, +2348066081998

Bauchi State University Bauchi
\- Bauchi State University

What is known as Bauchi State was, until 1976, a province in the Northern Eastern State of Nigeria. According to the census in 2006, the state has a population of 3.5 million inhabitants.
Bauchi State occupies a total land area of 49.259.01 sq.km representing about 5.3% of Nigeria’s total land mass and is located latitude 903’ and 1203’ North of the Equator. Longitudinally, the stated lies between Longitude 8050’ and 110 East of the Greenwich Meridian.
The state is bordered with by seven states; Kano and Jigawa to the North. Taraba and Plateau to the South, Gombe and Yobe to the East and Kaduna to the West.
Bauchi State University was established under the Bauchi State law promulgated in 2010. In March 2011 Bauchi State Government appointed a consultant to resolve all outstanding issues and put finishing touches necessary for the smooth take-off of the University to commence academic programmes in the 2011/12 session. Consequently, three campuses were approved, one in Gadau (Azare) which will be the main campus and home to the University’s apex administration, then Misau campus and Bauchi campus respectively.
By the end of second phase 2016/17 to 2021/22, Bauchi State University is expected to have the following faculties and programmes.

Vision
The vision of Bauchi State University is to become a center of excellence in scholarship in as many academic disciplines as may be needed in response to intellectual and other development needed of the people of Bauchi State in particular and nation at large.

Mission
Through its teaching and research activities Bauchi State University is expected to be a significant contributor in extending the various frontiers of knowledge for the benefit of its student and society at large.

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Alor Campus
\- Anambra State University of Science & Technology

Anambra State University of Science and Technology, (as it was then called) was established by law No. 13 of 2000 by the Anambra State Government. The University was conceived a 2-Campus structure with the main campus of the University located at Uli in the former site of the Ekwenugo Okeke Polytechnic, formally called Anambra state Polytechnic and the second campus located at Igbariam in the former site of the College of Agriculture. The law establishing the University phased out the State Polytechnic and the University inherited its assets and liabilities. On the other hand, the University law failed to repeal the Edict establishing the College of Agriculture, Igbariam, hence, legally, the University and the College existed side by side at the Igbariam Campus site, until 2006 when the government relocated the College of Agriculture to Mgbakwu, about fifteen kilometers away from Igbariam.

By the Anambra State University Amendment Law No. ANHA/LAW/2006/01 of 26th January, 2006, the name of the University was changed to Anambra State University in keeping with the Visitation Report of 2004 recommendation that the University should revert to a conventional University. The Amendment Law of 2006 provided for a 3 – Campus structure for the University comprising:

Uli Campus
(i) Faculty of Engineering

(ii) Faculty of Environmental Sciences

(iii) Faculty of Science

(iv) Pre-Science Programme

Igbariam Campus
(i) Faculty of Agriculture

(ii) Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences

Alor Campus
(i) Faculty of Law

(ii) Faculty of Management Sciences

(iii) College of Health Sciences

(iv) University Teaching Hospital

The 2006 Amendment Law also provided that Alor Campus would house the University Administrative Headquarters because of its centrality to the other Campuses. However, Alor Campus did not take off, even though the enabling law prescribed its establishment. Meanwhile, the two Faculties of Law and Management Sciences are located at Igbariam Campus of the University. However, in 2010 the College of Medicine and Teaching Hospital being constructed at Amaku General Hospital, Awka received legal backing as the state House of Assembly passed an amendment act to situate a third campus of the University a three campus structure at Uli (Anambra South), Awka (Anambra Central) and Igbariam (Anambra North).

The University Pre-Science Programme, which in 2008, was relocated to Uli Campus, is waxing stronger. So also is the Part-Time/Weekend Degree Programme at the Igbariam Campus.

The University shall commence new programmes in the following areas in next academic year:

Music, Philosophy and Religion / Society in the faculty of Arts.

Sociology and Psychology in the faculty of Social Sciences.

Urban and Regional Planning in the faculty of Environmental Sciences.

Towards this end, Senate has approved the de-merging of faculty of Environmental Sciences from the faculty of Engineering at Uli Campus and the de-merging of faculty of Arts from faculty of Social Sciences at Igbariam Campus.

It is noteworthy that this University is one of the institutions, the Nigerian Security and Exchange Commission is assisting in the establishment of the programme in Capital Market Studies. This programme is being housed in the Faculty of Management Sciences at the Igbariam Campus.

It is pertinent to point out that programmes in Medicine (i.e. Pre-Med. and Pre-Clinical), based at Uli Campus, commenced in 2008/2009 academic year. The National Universities Commission visited these medical programmes on resource verification in 2011 and the results were favourable and successful.

With respect to the Clinical Programmes of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery based at Awka using the structures and facilities of the former Amaku-General Hospital, the Government of Anambra State has just constructed multi-million naira physical structures to accommodate the Clinical Programmes of the Medical School as well as its Teaching Hospital Professional bodies accreditation

The University has not fared badly in the professional bodies’ accreditation visits. So far, it had received full and interim accreditation from the following professional bodies.

Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN); with respect to Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering (full accreditation), while Chemical Engineering and Electrical Engineering received interim accreditation.

Council of Legal Education; in respect of the University’s Law programmes (interim accreditation). Another accreditation visit by Council of Legal Education is slated for 15th-17th November, 2009.

Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria (ICAN); in respect of the Accountancy programmes (full accreditation).

Council for the Regulation of Practice of Geology; granted interim accreditation status to the University’s Geology Programmes.

Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA); granted interim accreditation status to the Architecture programme after the Institute’s visit in July, 2008.

Contact info

info@ansu.edu.ng
Alor

Igbariam Campus
\- Anambra State University of Science & Technology

Anambra State University of Science and Technology, (as it was then called) was established by law No. 13 of 2000 by the Anambra State Government. The University was conceived a 2-Campus structure with the main campus of the University located at Uli in the former site of the Ekwenugo Okeke Polytechnic, formally called Anambra state Polytechnic and the second campus located at Igbariam in the former site of the College of Agriculture. The law establishing the University phased out the State Polytechnic and the University inherited its assets and liabilities. On the other hand, the University law failed to repeal the Edict establishing the College of Agriculture, Igbariam, hence, legally, the University and the College existed side by side at the Igbariam Campus site, until 2006 when the government relocated the College of Agriculture to Mgbakwu, about fifteen kilometers away from Igbariam.

By the Anambra State University Amendment Law No. ANHA/LAW/2006/01 of 26th January, 2006, the name of the University was changed to Anambra State University in keeping with the Visitation Report of 2004 recommendation that the University should revert to a conventional University. The Amendment Law of 2006 provided for a 3 – Campus structure for the University comprising:

Uli Campus
(i) Faculty of Engineering

(ii) Faculty of Environmental Sciences

(iii) Faculty of Science

(iv) Pre-Science Programme

Igbariam Campus
(i) Faculty of Agriculture

(ii) Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences

Alor Campus
(i) Faculty of Law

(ii) Faculty of Management Sciences

(iii) College of Health Sciences

(iv) University Teaching Hospital

The 2006 Amendment Law also provided that Alor Campus would house the University Administrative Headquarters because of its centrality to the other Campuses. However, Alor Campus did not take off, even though the enabling law prescribed its establishment. Meanwhile, the two Faculties of Law and Management Sciences are located at Igbariam Campus of the University. However, in 2010 the College of Medicine and Teaching Hospital being constructed at Amaku General Hospital, Awka received legal backing as the state House of Assembly passed an amendment act to situate a third campus of the University a three campus structure at Uli (Anambra South), Awka (Anambra Central) and Igbariam (Anambra North).

The University Pre-Science Programme, which in 2008, was relocated to Uli Campus, is waxing stronger. So also is the Part-Time/Weekend Degree Programme at the Igbariam Campus.

The University shall commence new programmes in the following areas in next academic year:

Music, Philosophy and Religion / Society in the faculty of Arts.

Sociology and Psychology in the faculty of Social Sciences.

Urban and Regional Planning in the faculty of Environmental Sciences.

Towards this end, Senate has approved the de-merging of faculty of Environmental Sciences from the faculty of Engineering at Uli Campus and the de-merging of faculty of Arts from faculty of Social Sciences at Igbariam Campus.

It is noteworthy that this University is one of the institutions, the Nigerian Security and Exchange Commission is assisting in the establishment of the programme in Capital Market Studies. This programme is being housed in the Faculty of Management Sciences at the Igbariam Campus.

It is pertinent to point out that programmes in Medicine (i.e. Pre-Med. and Pre-Clinical), based at Uli Campus, commenced in 2008/2009 academic year. The National Universities Commission visited these medical programmes on resource verification in 2011 and the results were favourable and successful.

With respect to the Clinical Programmes of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery based at Awka using the structures and facilities of the former Amaku-General Hospital, the Government of Anambra State has just constructed multi-million naira physical structures to accommodate the Clinical Programmes of the Medical School as well as its Teaching Hospital Professional bodies accreditation

The University has not fared badly in the professional bodies’ accreditation visits. So far, it had received full and interim accreditation from the following professional bodies.

Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN); with respect to Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering (full accreditation), while Chemical Engineering and Electrical Engineering received interim accreditation.

Council of Legal Education; in respect of the University’s Law programmes (interim accreditation). Another accreditation visit by Council of Legal Education is slated for 15th-17th November, 2009.

Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria (ICAN); in respect of the Accountancy programmes (full accreditation).

Council for the Regulation of Practice of Geology; granted interim accreditation status to the University’s Geology Programmes.

Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA); granted interim accreditation status to the Architecture programme after the Institute’s visit in July, 2008.

Contact info

info@ansu.edu.ng
Igbariam

American University of Nigeria was created in response to need for high quality education in Africa. As such, it offers a world class education that is in all indications comparable to top schools in United States and UK. This is achieved by the state of the art and classy facilities, abroad trained faculties, members of the AUN community are represented from all the regions of the world.

Contact info

admissions@aun.edu.ng
Lamido Zubairu way, Yola by-pass. Yola, Adamawa State., Yola, Nigeria 640001 Yola
Tel: +2348052000703, +2348056048697

The Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo was established by the Supra Diocesan Board (West) of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), has its origins in the defunct CMS training institution, Abeokuta and the defunct St. Andrews College, Oyo.

The University started as CMS Training Institution in Abeokuta in 1853 from where it was relocated to Lagos (1868 to 1896). In March 1896, it was transplanted to Oyo retrospectively in 1920.
At inception, St. Andrews College, Oyo produced holders of Grade II Teachers Certificate while the Divinity Course for training church ministers was added to the curriculum between 1910 and 1942 and the proprietorship of the College was transferred from CMS, London to the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion). A salient feature in the History of St. Andrews is that it became welded to the church as a snail is inseparably linked with its shell.

In 1977 Government took over the control and administration of all schools in the Nigerian Federation and with this development the Church of Nigeria was divested of her Proprietorship of the College. However, the St. Andrews College Old Boys Association (SACOBA) interest and by extension that of the Church, in the growth and development of St. Andrews did not wane. Thus, in response to SACOBA's petition, the erstwhile Oyo State Government upgraded the Institution to NCE campus in 1980 and to the full fledged College of Education in 1985.

The dream of all Andrians (products of St. Andrews College) and their well wishers as well as the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) was that St. Andrews College, Oyo, should ultimately be transformed into a full-fledged University, given her success story and her pioneering role as the Precursor of Tertiary Education in Nigeria. the final step towards fulfilling this dream was taken on 7 September, 1999 when the Church of Nigeria granted SACOBA's request for the establishment of Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo at the site of the former St. Andrews College, Oyo under the proprietorship of the Church. Having satisfied the rigorous criteria prescribed by the National Universities Commision (NUC) for the establishment of Universities in Nigeria, Ajayi Crowther University (ACU) was granted license to operate as a Private University in Nigeria on 7 January 2005.

The University is named after the late Samuel Ajayi Crowther, the first African Bishop who first translated the bible into Yoruba. His Episcopal Ministry covered the entire West African sub-continent.

Vision

The Vision of Ajayi Crowther University is to be a top-class institution in the pursuit of knowledge and scholarship through teaching, learning, research and exemplary service to humanity.

Mission

1) Provide admission to students and employment to staff without discrimination on the basis of sex, race, ethnicity and disability, religious and political persuasions.
2) Produce graduates who are imbued with fear of God and a sense of service to humanity and who are endowed with a well-rounded education to enable them operate successfully in the Nigerian environment, both as private entrepreneurs and as top-flight workers in the private and public sectors of the nation’s economy.
3) Provide a living and learning environment which is influenced by Christian ethics and principles.

Our Vision and Mission, as a Christian University, are founded on the Protestant ethics of hardwork, justice, truth and honour and these virtues are being reflected in the teaching culture at the University.

Contact info

info@acu.edu.ng
Ibadan-Oyo-Ilorin road in Atiba Local Government Area (LGA) Oyo
Tel: +2347068852392, +2348155655082

Adeleke University is a privately-owned degree-awarding higher institution located in Ede =, Odun State, Nigeria. It was chartered by the Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Universities Commission (NUC) to operate as a private University in 2011. The University offers full residence to students, while also providing a conducive learning environment. The University boasts of highly qualified lecturers and professors, with learning aids such as well-equipped laboratories, classrooms, digital library and wireless internet facility on campus.

Adeleke University offers an array of course from its faculties of Arts, Basic Medical Sciences, Business and Social Sciences, Engineering, Law and Science.

Contact info

info@adelekeuniversity.edu.ng
P.M.B 250 Loogun-Ogberin Road Ede 232101
Tel: +2348060019561, +2348068202021

Contact info

imb@imbnigeria.com
15 Prince Kazeem Eletu Street Osapa-London, Lekki. Lekki, Eti-Osa +234
Tel: +2348156913368, +2348102588512

Early Heights College is a co-educational day and boarding school established in year 2003 as a progression from the highly academically successful Early Beginners International School (Nursery/Primary School) which was established in 1996. The establishment of Early Heights College was in response to the yearning of parents in the primary school and the need to bridge the gap in providing high quality Secondary School Education in the country.

Contact info

support@earlyheightscollege.com
3- 7 baba dada close, off ojodu akute road,alagbole. lagos, lagos.
Tel: +2348093931660, +2349093216781