Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University (IBBUL) Set to introduce Law and Pharmacy

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University (IBBUL) has revealed that they are set to introduce Law, Pharmacy and Some Engineering Courses. See the details below.

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Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai has concluded plans to vigorously pursue the commencement of some new academic programmes.

The Vice Chancellor, Professor Abu Kasim Adamu disclosed this while delivering a key note address at year 2020 Retreat for Management Staff, Deans and Directors taking place in Keffi, Nasarawa State.

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He emphasised that the University would consolidate on the gains of the past administrations to continue on the phase one and two of the Medical College, Teaching Hospital, and the take off of the College of Health Sciences by 2020/2021 session.

Professor Adamu stressed that for the 2021/2022, Faculties of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Law, as well as Centre for Policy Analysis and Strategic Studies would take off.

The Vice Chancellor further disclosed that Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Veterinary Teaching Hospital and Centre for Biotechnology and Generic Engineering are being planned for 2022/2023 Academic Session.

According to the Vice Chancellor, the 2023/2024 session would usher in Faculty of Engineering and the Zoological Garden in the University.

Professor Adamu maintained that in the area of re-invigoration and core mandates of the University, Teaching, Reseach and Community engagement would also take the Centre stage.

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