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CALEB University gets approval to run law program

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By Our Correspondent

A few weeks after securing the approval of 'Magodo Take Off Site' as a 'City Campus', the National Universities Commission has given approval to Caleb University to commence its Law Program. at the City Campus for Full Time Students.

In a release signed by Olawale Adekoya an information, media and publication specialist on behalf of the University said the approval was sequel to a letter signed by the NUC Director of Academic Planning, Dr N.B. Saliu.

The letter reads partly, "I am directed to inform the Vice-Chancellor that the Executive Secretary has considered and approved the establishment of the Full-Time Mode of the following Undergraduate Programme to be run in the City Campusof the University, with effect from the 2020/2021 Acadenic Session - LLB, Law".

The Institution, backed with the mandate, has since rolled out admission forms for the Faculty of Law at the Magodo City Campus for the 2020/2021 Academic Session. 

Salient Times report that the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Nosa Owens-Ibie, pointed that "the approval is a continuation of the harvest of good news in Caleb University, and we remain grateful to the National Universities Commission for its support".

Consequently, prospective students have been directed to register and submit Application Forms on the School Website:
Since the Institution announced its Phased Physical Resumption in January 2021, Caleb University has continued to record successes- including the virtual hosting of the 2021 Founder's Week; Conversion of Magodo Take of Site to a City Campus, among others.