In the realm of higher education, Kings University, Odeomu, is opening up new horizons. The university recently received approval from the National Universities Commission (NUC) to introduce additional undergraduate programmes, amplifying its commitment to pioneering academia and furthering its status as an esteemed centre of learning.
|Kings University, Odeomu
|National Universities Commission (NUC)
|Kings University has received NUC approval to commence additional undergraduate programmes from the 2023/2024 academic session
|New programmes include Nursing Science, Public Health, and Medical Laboratory Science, all to be offered in the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
|Kings University currently offers programmes such as Accounting and Finance, Business and Entrepreneurial Studies, Criminology and Security Studies, and more
|Professor Adenike Kuku acknowledged the approval as recognition of the University’s efforts in research, development, quality of programmes, and service
|Interested and qualified candidates can apply to the new or existing programmes by logging onto the university’s portal
|For further information on the application process, prospective applicants can reach out via the provided phone numbers
National Universities Commission Gives Green Light
The Vice-Chancellor of Kings University, Professor Adenike Kuku, confirmed the NUC approval. Following a meticulous resource verification exercise conducted by the NUC in April 2023, the University now has the go-ahead to commence these programmes from the 2023/2024 academic session.
New Undergraduate Programmes on the Horizon
A new trio of courses has been approved for the Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences. Students can now aspire to earn degrees in the fields of Nursing Science, Public Health, and Medical Laboratory Science. The introduction of these cutting-edge disciplines promises to foster a diverse learning environment that aligns with the evolving demands of the healthcare sector.
Vice-Chancellor’s Comments: Recognising Excellence and Commitment
Professor Adenike Kuku regarded the NUC approval as a testament to Kings University’s dedication to research and development, its unwavering pursuit of excellence, and its commitment to maintaining a world-class service level. She also recognised this achievement as a pinnacle of success, reflecting the social investment efforts of the University’s proprietor, Kingsway International Christian Centre. She further extended gratitude to the entire University community for their shared effort in realising this significant accomplishment.
Existing Programmes: A Range of Diverse Disciplines
Alongside the newly approved courses, Kings University continues to offer an impressive array of undergraduate programmes. Prospective students can choose from various fields such as Accounting and Finance, Business and Entrepreneurial Studies, Criminology and Security Studies, Economics, International Relations, and several others within the realms of sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
- Accounting and Finance
- Business and Entrepreneurial Studies
- Criminology and Security Studies
- International Relations
- Languages & Linguistics
- Mass Communication
- Political Science
- Cyber Security
- Computer Science.
Inviting Applications: The Path Forward
In the wake of this exciting announcement, Kings University is inviting qualified and interested candidates to apply to these newly sanctioned programmes, as well as to its existing offerings. The application process is now open at portal.kingsuniversity.edu.ng. For further information regarding the application process, candidates are encouraged to reach out via 09157896965, 09157896066 or 09158859262.
Embarking on a New Journey
With the NUC approval under its belt, Kings University is set to tread an invigorating path of growth and innovation. The introduction of these new programmes underscores the University’s commitment to enriching its academic portfolio, meeting global standards, and above all, nurturing the leaders of tomorrow.