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Afe Babalola University (ABUAD) Ado-Ekiti


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 MISSION

Afe Babalola University is a result-oriented institution for producing highly skilled and socially relevant graduates capable of applying scientific knowledge for the resolution of social and technological problems. The University is equally committed to transforming students into expert thinkers, innovative managers and resourceful technocrats in all fields of learning. The context of the university is morally and spiritually holding, with a stable academic calendar, a fully-stocked library, state-of-the-art laboratories and an excellent road network. The university’s mandate is to pioneer total excellence along the parameters of teaching, research, performance, sports, community impact and scholarship.

Vision

The vision of the University is to be a world class educational centre of excellence in academics, character, sports and vocational development.  This vision is guided by the need to produce professionals who are sound and agile. Through its academic and professional programmes, graduates of the University will emerge as people with professional skills and become business owners thus assuring each of them a job after graduation.
The Proprietor dreams of leaders and achievers who would be self reliant, kind and generous, considerate and sportsmanlike. His guiding principle that it pays most who works hardest shall be taught, applied and practiced religiously. Students shall be made to believe in the golden rule that no matter one’s background, nothing is impossible; and with hard work, one can make it to the top.
In form and structure, Afe Babalola University is conceived as a citadel for the promotion of an authentic learning environment that puts intellectualism at the centre of its tradition.
The temperament of universality and excellence shall be imbibed and shall be evident at every level of academic decisions-making in all colleges and departments of the University.
This vision is in line with the policy of the Federal government which encourages public-private partnership. The Proprietor has deployed his vast contacts in business and professional circles to muster support for the fulfilment of the vision.

ABUAD COLLEGES

  • college of sciences,
  • college of law
  • colLege of social and management sciences
  • college of Engineering
  • college of medicine and health science

UNDER GRADUATES ADMISSION

The primary objective of the University is to nurture students who will be able to impact positively not only on their immediate environment but also on the larger society.

Therefore an essential element of the actualisation of the University’s objectives is the identification and admission of students who owing to their ascertainable academic competence and demonstrated innate personal qualities are best suited to imbibe and put into practice the principles of hard work and excellence for which the founder is renowned and upon which the University has come into existence.

ABUAD is committed to offering equal opportunities to prospective students irrespective of creed, religion, race, political affiliation or financial status. Indeed the University’s Endowment Fund in addition to the provision of scholarships to deserving students already ensures that the cost of the qualitative education available at the University is subsidized.

PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS – REQUIREMENTS

1. PLACEMENT INTO DEGREE PROGRAMMES

Placement into Degree Programmes is based on performance at the UTME and the post-UTME screening, satisfaction of the O’Level requirements of individual courses, and the number of spaces available in the particular programme.

2. RESUMPTION

The 2011/2012 Academic Session commences on 26th September, 2011 for Fresh Students while Returning Students will resume on 4th October, 2011.

3. EACH CANDIDATE IS EXPECTED TO PRESENT THE FOLLOWING AT THE POINT OF SCREENING:

i. Evidence of payment of Admission Acceptance Fee

ii. Evidence of ability to pay the applicable fees in FULL.

iii. Birth certificate

iv. Current UTME Result

v. O/L Result – College of Law accept WAEC/NECO/WASC/CAMBRIDGE results at one (1) sitting only.

vi. A letter of undertaking by the Candidate’s parent/sponsor, and a letter of guarantee by a Christian Clergy or Muslim Cleric, with their telephone number guaranteeing good behaviour and compliance with the University’s rules and regulations.

vii. A sworn affidavit by the student giving information about his/her name, address and name of parents in a High Court of Justice is required at the point of Registration.

viii. The original copies of the candidate’s credentials will be sighted while photocopies will be submitted.

4. PROVISIONAL ADMISSION LETTER AND OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTS

Provisional Admission Letters and other relevant documents are always available and can be collected from the Registry at registration.

5. PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEES

Candidates who are offered Provisional Admission pending the release of their O’Level results but who eventually fail to meet the basic admission requirements are NOT expected to purchase bank drafts for payment of school fees.

6. OFFICIAL BANK FOR STUDENTS’ POCKET MONEY

Skye Bank Plc.

Wema Bank Plc

NOTE: Students will NOT be allowed to operate Bank accounts with any other BANK.

7       a. MODE OF DRESSING

Students of the College of Law are expected to dress in black and white during school hours. Trousers are not allowed for Female Law Students.

b. Students in other Colleges are expected to dress formally during school hours 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday.

8. HALLS OF RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS

The following are the minimum required items that a Student may need during his/her stay in the Hall of Residence:

Mattresses and Pillows (which can be purchased in the University).

i. Pillow Case

ii. Blanket

iii. Bed sheets 4 x 7

iv. Set of cutlery

v. Plastic Buckets (can be purchased in the school)

vi. Padlock and key ring

vii. Torch Light and Batteries

viii. Hangers 

ix. School bag

x. Sweater

xi. Raincoat/Umbrella

xii. Toiletries

xiii. Laptop (optional)

xiv. Feeding cost per semester

xv. Exercise books, hard cover notebooks

xvi. Writing materials

xvii. Treated Mosquito net (can be purchased in the school)

APPROVED ACADEMIC CALENDER

FIRST SEMESTER

1.     Fresh Students’ Resumption                             26th Sept., 2011

2.    Orientation/Registration                                      28th Sept 2011-7th Oct. 2011

3.    Fresh Students lecture begins                           4th Oct., 2011

4.    Returning Students Resumption                        14th Oct. 2011

5.    Lectures begin                                                     17th Oct. 2011  Return 14th

6.    Christmas Break                                                 15th Dec. 2011 – 6th Jan. 2012

7.    Lectures Continue                                               9th Jan. 2012

8.    Lecture End                                                         27th Jan. 2012

9.    Revisions                                                             30th Jan. – 3rd Feb. 2012

10. First Semester Examinations                            6th Feb. – 18th Feb. 2012

11.  Founder’s Week                                                20th – 23rd Feb., 2012

12. Marking & Processing of Results                     27th Feb. – 12th March

13. All College Boards                                             14th - 16th March, 2012

14. Committee of Provosts                                      15th March, 2012

15. Senate Approval of Results                               16th March, 2012

16. Publication of Results                                         16th March, 2012

 

SECOND SEMESTER

1.    Lectures Begin                                                    27th February, 2012

2.    Mid Semester Break                                          31st March-10th April,2012

3.    Lectures Continue                                              11th April, 2012 

4.    Lectures End                                                      15th June, 2012

5.    Second Semester Examinations                     18th June – 29th June, 201

6.    Students’ Vacation                                             30th June, 2012

7.    Marking & Processing of Results                     29th June – 13th July, 2012

8.    All College Boards                                             16th – 19th July, 2012

9.    Committee of Provosts                                      18th July, 2012

10. Senate Approval of Results                                20th July, 2012

11.  Publication of Results                                        20th July, 2012

12. End of Session                                                    20th July, 2012

 

2012/2013 SESSION

1.    Fresh Students Resumption                             17th Sept, 2012

2.    Returning Students Resumption                       2nd October, 2012

SCHOOL FEES

SCHEDULE OF FEES

LAW

MBBS

ENGINEERING

SCIENCES, HEALTH SCIENCES AND AGRICULTURE

TUITION

N600,000

N750,000

N550,000

N350,000

DEVELOPMENT LEVY

 N100,000

N100,000

 N100,000

N100,000

ICT FEE

N30,000

N30,000

N30,000

N30,000

LIBRARY

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

I.D CARD

N5,000

N5,000

N5,000

N5,000

MEDICAL

N30,000

N30,000

N30,000

N30,000

SPORTS

N20,000

N20,000

N20,000

N20,000

PTCF LEVY

N10,000

N10,000

 N10,000

N10,000

INSTITUTUTIONAL REQUIREMENT REGISTRATION FOR COURSE

LABCOAT

N30,000

 

N10,000

 

-

N30,000

 

N10,000

 

N10,000

N30,000

 

N10,000

 

N10,000

N30,000

 

N10,000

 

N10,000

MANDATORY UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENT

ABUAD T-SHIRT

TIE OR SCARF

CREST

CUFFLINKS

 

 

 

 N5,000

 N3,500

 N1,200

 N3,500

 

 

 

  N5,000

  N3,500

  N1,200

  N3,500

 

 

 

  N5,000

  N3,500

  N1,200

  N3,500

 

 

 

 N5,000

 N3,500

 N1,200

 N3,500

STUDENT HANDBOOK

N250

  N250

N250

 N250

FEZ CAP

N3,500

N3,500

N3,500

N3,500

MATRICULATION GOWN

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

SUB TOTAL

N871,950

N1,031,950

N831,950

N631,950

ACCOMODATION

A ROOM WITH 4 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 2 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 4 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 2 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 4 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 2 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 4 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 2 BEDS

N100,000

N160,000

N100,000

N160,000

N100,000

N160,000

N100,000

N160,000

TOTAL

N971,950

N1,031,950

N1,131,950

N1,191,950

N931,950

N991,950

N731,950

N791,950

NOTE: The sum of N50, 000 should be paid as acceptance fee for College of Law and Medicine, while N25, 000 should be paid as Acceptance Fee for other Departments.

v  Payment shall be by purchase of Bank Draft from creditable Banks in favour of Afe-Babalola University and should be presented during the registration exercise.

NO INSTALLMENTAL PAYMENTS.

v  All fees are compulsory and must be paid before registration.

SCHEDULE OF FEES

SOCIAL AND MANGEMENT SCIENCES

NURSING AND

MEDICAL

LABORATORY

GEOLOGY

EDUCATION, ARTS & HUMANITIES

TUITION

N300,000

N450,000

N400,000

N200, 000

DEVELOPMENT LEVY

N100,000

N100,000

N100,000

N100. 000

ICT FEE

N30,000

N30,000

N30,000

N30, 000

LIBRARY

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

N10, 000

I.D CARD

  N5,000

  N5,000

  N5,000

  N5, 000

MEDICAL

N30,000

N30,000

N30,000

N30, 000

SPORTS

N20,000

N20,000

N20,000

N20, 000

PTCF LEVY

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

INSTITUTUTIONAL REQUIREMENT

N30,000

 

N30,000

 

N30,000

 

N30,000

 

REGISTRATION FOR COURSE

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

NURSE’S UNIFORM

LABCOAT

-

 

-

N10,000

 

 

N10,000

 

 

 

MANDATORY UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENT

ABUAD T-SHIRT

TIE OR SCARF

CREST

CUFFLINKS

 

 

 

N5,000

N3,500

N1,200

N3,500

 

 

 

  N5,000

  N3,500

  N1,200

  N3,500

 

 

 

  N5,000

  N3,500

  N1,200

  N3,500

 

 

 

  N5,000

  N3,500

  N1,200

  N3,500

STUDENT HANDBOOK

   N250

     N250

     N250

     N250

FEZ CAP

  N3,500

  N3,500

  N3,500

  N3,500

MATRICULATION GOWN

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

N10,000

SUB TOTAL

N571,950

N731,950

N681,950

N471,950

ACCOMODATION

A ROOM

WITH 4 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 2 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 4 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 2 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 4 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 2 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 4 BEDS

A ROOM WITH 4 BEDS

N100,000

N160,000

N100,000

N160,000

N100,000

N160,000

N100,00

N160,000

TOTAL

N671,950

N731,950

N831,950

N891,950

N781,950

N841,950

N571,950

N631,950

NOTE: The sum of N50, 000 should be paid as acceptance fee for College of Law and Medicine, while N25, 000 should be paid as Acceptance Fee for other Departments.

v  Payment shall be by purchase of Bank Draft from creditable Banks in favour of Afe-Babalola University and should be presented during the registration exercise.

SCHOOL FACILITES

LIBRARY

ABUAD has two types of libraries: the General University library and the college-based libraries. Each of these two types is further divided into the virtual library and the traditional book library. Our traditional book libraries are well equipped with current books and leading journals in different disciplines.

Our virtual libraries are fully integrated into the virtual intellectual community. For example, the College of Law library is connected to the LexisNexis on-line international academic services, and Compulaw© Nigeria. There are enough computers available for the library users, apart from the fact that each office in the University is well furnished with computers which are also connected to the virtual libraries. 

Also, wireless internet access is available everywhere on campus which makes it even easier to access the virtual library through the access code without being physically present in the library hall.

LABORATORY

Afe Babalola University is a 21st Century model University. This means that the University understands the importance of science and technology in the development of the human race especially in the face of present global challenges. The University has four well equipped undergraduate research laboratories: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and ICT Laboratory; three Post-Graduate Research Laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Biology, respectively. There is also established the Post-Graduate Multi-disciplinary Research Laboratory. The aim of the University is to change the misfortune of Africa as the continent with the least contribution to scientific and technological out-put. The University is intended to be a continental research hub for Africa. For this purpose, modalities are being worked out for collaborations with leading research institutes in developed and developing countries.LABORATORY

The University also understands the importance of Information and Communication Technology in this Information/Knowledge Age. Its ICT Laboratory is well equipped to provide for research and practical training of students in Computer Science and Information and Communication Technology. There are over 100 computers, each installed with application software used in the teaching and understanding of important computer programs like java, C++, Visual Basic, etc. Collaborations are also being worked out with professional IT companies for industrial training of the students and for professional certifications.

PUBLICATIONS

ABUAD has several academic and non-academic publication outlets. The academic outlets include the ABUAD Multi-disciplinary Journal which focuses on multi-disciplinary approach to current research problems. This journal is published three times a year. It attracts high profile and well-researched articles subjected to anonymous peer review mechanism. Publication in this journal is open to both ABUAD and non-ABUAD academic scholars. Call for articles are usually advertised both on the internet and the print media. 

Each College also has its own college journal where research outputs in the various colleges and outside are published. Call for articles for the college journals will soon commence.

There is also ABAUD Newsletter which provides the medium for informing the general public about current issues and events on campus, the various high profile visits from around the world to the University. The new letter is published monthly and is very exciting to read. Interested members of the public can subscribe for a free on-line copy of each edition by sending a mail to media@abuad.edu.ng. Such persons will also be required to fill in a form provided below.

Apart from the various University publications there are also various student publications emanating from different student groups. the students are encouraged to form student associations with meaningful programmes and activities that will enable them develop relevant academic, social and leadership skills.

 

 

 

 

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