The National Universities Commission in collaboration with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) is conducting a Pilot Graduate Tracer Study of selected universities in the Nigerian University System.
Relevant stakeholders, including Vice-Chancellors, Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Academics as well as Directors of Academic Planning (DAPs), on Monday 21 September, 2015, converged at the National Universities Commission (NUC) for a one-day workshop on the review of grading system in the Nigerian University System (NUS).
The Conference was declared open by the Acting Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Education (FME), Mrs. Hindatu Umar Abdullahi, who, in her remarks, noted that there was no better driver of the affairs of Nigeria than the participants at the Conference. She observed that the Conference was a significant step to charting a course for the
The Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Julius A. Okojie, OON, has disclosed that the Commission was in the process of introducing specialised certification courses in the NUS
The National Universities sity System (NUS) in earnest with Commission (NUC) is set a successful development of the to re-introduce the Environ- Benchmark Minimum Academmental Health Science pro- ic Standards for the programme.