Varsity gets NUC’s nod to run four academic programmes
The National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved four additional programmes at undergraduate level for Hallmark University, a privately owned institution by Vivian Fowler Trust Foundation.
The commission, in a letter issued by its Deputy Executive Secretary, listed the new courses as: mass communication, international relations sociology and microbiology.
The academic programmes, according to the institution’s registrar, Afolabi Ajayi, will begin this admission year of 2019/2020 academic session.
The approval followed the earlier resource verification visit of experts in the various disciplines highlighted above to the university in May, 2019.
With the latest developments, the institution now has 16 undergraduate degree programmes under two major faculties.
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