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NUC’s Team Visits Skyline University Nigeria on Accreditation Exercise

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Members of the accreditation panel of the National Universities Commission (NUC) have visited Skyline University Nigeria (SUN) on the accreditation exercise of eleven academic programmes. These programmes, including Accounting, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship Studies and Innovation, Biochemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Microbiology, Software Engineering, Economics, International Relations and Mass Communications, are part of the courses run by the University.

The accreditation exercise ensures that the University conforms to expectations of the regulatory body in maintaining quality and academic standards in all of its programmes. Skyline University Nigeria is aimed to deliver on the mandate to provide a dynamic academic and research environment in pursuit of excellence with integrity to serve society as well as produce graduates that will emerge as solution-providers.

The exercise which began on the 28th of November will continue till 8th December 2021 and will be based on the Commission’s fairness and thoroughness in the evaluation of the aforementioned programmes. It also involved the review of existing resources in the University to ascertain they were more than enough to support the training of undergraduate students in the diverse programmes in the University.

While receiving the team from the NUC, Professor Ajith Kumar V.V, the Vice-Chancellor of Skyline University Nigeria said the University was open to constructive criticisms, all in the quest to improve on the quality associated with the process. “We hope that this process will cement our legacy as one of the top Private Universities in Nigeria”. He enthused.