(ABSU) Announces Change of Degree Programmes for 2023/2024

(ABSU) Announces Change of Degree Programmes for 2023/2024

In a recent development, Abia State University (ABSU) has issued a notification regarding a significant alteration in degree programmes for the upcoming 2023/2024 academic session. This move marks a strategic shift in the academic offerings of the institution, aimed at enhancing educational opportunities and aligning with evolving industry demands.


Adaptability and Responsiveness

The notification, which comes as a surprise to many, underscores ABSU’s commitment to adaptability and responsiveness to the changing educational landscape. The decision to modify degree programmes reflects a proactive approach in catering to the dynamic needs of students and industries in today’s rapidly evolving world.

Implications and Anticipation

While specific details regarding the nature and scope of the changes have not been disclosed, the announcement has generated considerable interest and speculation among students, faculty, and stakeholders alike. Anticipation runs high as individuals await further clarification on the implications and implementation of the revised degree programmes.

A Pivotal Moment

The transition to new degree programmes for the 2023/2024 academic session signals a pivotal moment for ABSU, marking a departure from traditional paradigms towards a more innovative and forward-thinking educational model. By realigning its offerings with emerging trends and market demands, the university seeks to empower students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in an increasingly competitive global landscape.

Stay Informed

As the academic community eagerly awaits additional information, ABSU remains steadfast in its commitment to excellence and academic advancement.

Admission Requirements

  1. UTME Entry:
    • Candidates must have reached the age of 16.
    • At least 6 (six) “Cs” (Credits) in their O’level result, including English LanguageMathematics, and three other subjects related to their course of study.
    • For example, a candidate aiming to study law must have a “C” in English Language, Mathematics, Government/History, Economics, and Literature in English.
    • Score at least 180 in the JAMB UTME examination.
    • Take the ABSU post UTME screening examination and perform well (specific requirements vary by course).
    • Only one sitting result is accepted for admission into ABSU.
    • Choose the correct subject combination for their chosen courses.
    • Meet the stipulated cutoff marks for their courses.
  2. Direct Entry:
    • Possess at least five (5) Credits in their O’level result, including English Language and Mathematics (two sitting results are not allowed).
    • Reach the age of 16.
    • Obtain the JAMB Direct Entry form from JAMB.
    • Hold any of the following certificates: OND, ND, NCE, IJMB, Cambridge A level, BSc, HND, ICAN.

Remember that ABSU allows students to change programmes once, and various options are available.

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