Baze is a new Private University, located in Abuja the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. It has constructed a modern, high-quality campus, and has commenced Academic activities since 28th April, 2011. Baze University is licensed by NUC.
Baze is running the three Faculties listed below and a Foundation Programme:
- Business Studies
- Computing & IT
Baze is offering something very special – a first-rate education, superb facilities, international staff, in a great city, all at a moderate cost, here in Nigeria
Come and join us!
Professor Michael Hodd
Professor Michael Hodd
Michael is an economist by training, educated at Cambridge; the London School of Economics; and Princeton University in the USA. He has worked at the University of London; the University of Westminster; and the Indian Institute of Management in Calicut.
As an economist, Michael has made over 100 visits to Africa and Asia to undertake consultancy assignments, including work for the World Bank, UNIDO, ILO, EIU, DfID, the Commonwealth Secretariat, Oxford Analytica and others. He is the author of more that 100 publications.
Married with one son, Michael is a sports enthusiast, playing cricket, running a marathon in 2004, and following the fortunes of West Ham.
Sen. Datti Baba-Ahmed, PhD
Founder and Pro-Chancellor
"I see Baze University setting standards for excellence in this part of the world.”
The Fee for Tuition is N1,650,000 a year. Places cannot be guaranteed until fees are paid.
The tuition fee covers everything a student requires in the University, except accommodation and other living expenses.
Students can either use accommodation provided by the University, live at home, or arrange their own accommodation.
In the first year, all accommodation provided by the University will be in off-campus blocks. Students will have the option of being housed in either one-person, or two-person rooms, some rooms having shared en-suite bathrooms. Kitchens and any lounge areas will be shared. The cost will depend on the number of students sharing, and the nature of the facilities, but the average is expected to be around N500,000 per year. Regular shuttle buses run between the hostels and the University.
Students are free to make their own arrangements over meals. If students have provided their own accommodation, this may include cooking facilities. University accommodation which includes a kitchen provides the option for preparing meals. Students living at home will probably want to share family meals.
Otherwise, there will be a range of options for taking meals in the cafes in the Social Area of the Campus. For the periods of the year when the University is in session, students should be able to purchase three modest meals a day for around N300,000.