BY ANAYO ONUKWUGHA
The management of Clifford University, Aba, Abia State, says it has adopted the 120 as cut-off mark for admission into universities in Nigeria as was recently approved by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
The private university also said it is poised to develop a holistic educational programmes that are anchored on service to humanity and God.
Deputy Vice Chancellor of Clifford University, Professor Olatunji Oyerinde, disclosed this while speaking to newsmen in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital Wednesday.
Oyerinde stated that the school runs a special programme for students who did not meet up with the JAMB scores with a view of getting them admitted within eight months of the programme.
He urged prospective students to take advantage of the university’s special programme, which will start in October this year and end in June 2018.
The Deputy Vice Chancellor disclosed that the school, run by the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, has full accreditation in three faculties by the National Universities Commission (NUC).
Oyerinde further disclosed that the fully accredited faculties include, Management, Humanity and Sciences with a total of 15 departments, adding that the institution is located in a serene environment and has e-library, good hostels and lecture halls make learning possible.
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