The Nigerian Women in STEM (NWSTEM) ABU , Zaria. Is a Platform Intended to incorporate the entire Nigerian Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
The Ahmadu Bello University Animal Use and Care Policy is aimed at establishing a research environment that ensures ethical and humane use and responsible care of Animals in research, teaching and testing in accordance with applicable laws, guidelines and regulations.tium of UK and Nigerian organization
Department of Community Medicine wins research grant from Operational Research and Impact Evaluation (ORIE); a DFID-funded consortium of UK and Nigerian organization
Sequel to opening of the EOI for the University’s Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TET Fund) 2016 Merged (2014/ 2015/ 2016) Normal Intervention held on the 31st July 2017, this is to inform the University Community, Consultants and the general public, the shortlist of consultants (prequalified) for Request For Proposal (RFP). The list of evaluated Consultants is here below: s
The Federal Government of Nigeria has allocated Funds to Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria for the year 2016 NEEDS ASSESSMENT PRESIDENTIAL INTERVENTION for the execution of projects (rehabilitations of Students Hostels, Academic buildings (Samaru Campus) and constructions) towards achieving the mandate of the University.
This is to notify the University Community, Consultants and the General Public the Invitation for Expression of Interest for Consultancy Services for the University's Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TET Fund) 2016 MERGED (2014/2015/2016) Normal Intervention
This is to Inform the University Community, Contractors and the General Public the invitation for financial bid for the University's 2016 NEEDS Assessment Intervention 2016 for Prequalified Contractors.
The Approved Returning Undergraduate Academic Calendar for 2016/2017 session as approved at the 483rd (Regular) Senate Meeting.
The University was established in 1962 by the Government of the then Northern Region of Nigeria to impart knowledge and learning to men and women of all races without distinction on the grounds of race, religious or political beliefs. The founding fathers expected the University to aspire to the highest international ideals of scholarship and to provide learning of a standard required and expected of a university of the highest standing while reflecting the needs, the traditions, and the social and intellectual heritage of the society in which it is located. The University was taken over by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 1975 and has since then assumed a national mandate although its ties with the 19 states created out of the former Northern Region remain very strong.
In the over forty years of its existence, the ABU has grown to become the largest, and the most influential and diverse university in Nigeria. Consisting of ninety-six (96) Academic Departments, twelve (12) Faculties, and twelve (12) Research Institutes and Specialized Centres, the University offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in such diverse fields as Agriculture, Public and Business Administration, Engineering, Environmental Design, Education, Biological and Physical Sciences, Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Humanities, Law and Social Sciences. The university has two campuses located on 7,000 hectares of land.
Ahmadu Bello University shall be a world-class university comparable to any other, engaged in imparting contemporary knowledge, using high quality facilities and multi-disciplinary approaches, to men and women of all races, as well as generating new ideas and intellectual practices relevant to the needs of its immediate community, Nigeria and the world at large.
To advance the frontiers of learning and break new grounds, through teaching, research and the dissemination of knowledge of the highest quality; to establish and foster national and international integration, development and the promotion of African traditions and cultures; to produce high-level human power and enhance capacity-building through retraining, in order to meet the needs and challenges of the catchment area, Nigeria and the rest of the world.
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