NUC Accredits 28 AAUA Programmes

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The Vice Chancellor of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Prof. Olugbenga Ige, has announced that all 28 programmes presented for review by the institution at the recent 2023 periodic accreditation exercise of the National Universities Commission (NUC) were successful.


Prof. Ige disclosed the joyful news while speaking with members of the University Information Unit on Monday, June 10, 2024. He added that the result of the exercise confirms the rising image of AAUA and the integrity of its academic programmes.


“The significant success we achieved in the recent accreditation exercise is a testament to the collective efforts of all stakeholders, especially our staff and students. I sincerely appreciate all the hard work that went into this process,” Prof. Ige stated.


The Vice Chancellor, who congratulated all staff and students on this feat, further called for more concerted efforts to sustain the rising profile of the institution as the first choice for admission seekers from its catchment areas and beyond.


Accreditation exercises are periodic checks and peer review processes carried out by scholars and researchers chosen by the NUC.

These reviews assess the level of compliance with established academic standards and the availability of both human and infrastructure facilities necessary to impart knowledge and train graduates in a fast-changing world.

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