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MORE LANDMARK PROGRAMMES EARN NUC ACCREDITATION STATUS
Landmark University has again recorded another giant stride as six of her programmes presented to the National Universities Commission (NUC) for the October-November 2019 accreditation returned full accreditation status with a total score between 88 and 99%. The programmes are Accounting, Banking and Finance, Business Administration, Microbiology, Industrial Chemistry and International Relations. It is noteworthy that Political Science was granted interim accreditation.
The Commission through its Directorate of Accreditation communicated the results to the University in a letter dated 19th March 2020 with the implication that the full accreditation status is valid for five (5) years while interim accreditation status is two (2) years.
In his congratulatory message to the University community on Monday 11th May, 2020, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adeniyi Olayanju described the feat as the Lord’s doing. While reiterating the commitment of the institution towards attaining world-class status by sustainably ensuring best practices in the University, Professor Olayanju used the medium to appreciate the Chancellor, Dr. David Oyedepo, Members of Board of Regents, Management and the entire University community for their unquantifiable efforts during the exercise. He, therefore, implored the university community to see the achievement as a call to do more, noting that there is always a room for improvement. He stated that with the array of dedicated faculty and staff, Landmark will in no distant time become a force to reckon globally in excellent academic practices, teaching and research, food production and provision.
Towards attaining a World-Class Status
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