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Abia Varsity Achieves 100 Percent Success In 2023 NUC Accreditation Exercise

Abia State University (ABSU) has secured a remarkable achievement, scoring a perfect 100 percent in the recent Nigerian Universities Commission (NUC) accreditation exercise.

The NUC, responsible for accrediting academic programs in Nigerian universities, released the results of the October/November 2023 exercise.

The university received full accreditation for all programs presented, including four postgraduate programs (M.Sc. Accountancy, Banking and Finance, Management, and Marketing) and fifteen undergraduate programs. These span diverse fields such as Banking and Finance, Law, Engineering, Medicine, and Humanities.

The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor Onyemachi M. Ogbulu, attributed this success to the leadership and support provided by the Governor of Abia State, Dr. Alex Otti.

“We are incredibly proud to achieve a 100 percent success rate in the NUC accreditation exercise.

“This accomplishment reflects the exemplary leadership and tremendous support we receive from Governor Alex Otti,” he said.

He also acknowledged the contributions of the University Governing Council, Senate, and students.

“I would also like to express my sincere appreciation to the Governing Council, Senate, and our dedicated students for their sacrifices and cooperation.

“Together, we have built a strong foundation for academic excellence at ABSU, and we are committed to sustaining this enviable trajectory,” Ogbulu added.

This news comes after ABSU’s sweep of 100 percent accreditation in the 2022 NUC exercise.

Furthermore, seven of its graduates achieved First Class Honours in the 2023 Nigerian Law School Bar Examination.

The accredited programs include:

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