The Nigerian navy says the Admiralty University of Nigeria, Ibusa, Delta, will commence academic activities on January 23.


Suleman Dahun, director of information, Nigerian navy, announced this in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.

The university is a private institution established through a partnership between the navy and international educators.

Dahun said admission are currently ongoing into the university which offers degree programmes in computer science, software engineering, cyber security, forensic science, industrial mathematics, physics and biology.


Other degrees programmes are chemistry, economics, accounting, business administration, tourism studies, international relations, English, history and international studies.

He said the university is a learning environment that provides students the opportunity for self-explanation with the tools to succeed beyond the degree.

“The university is a learning environment that provides students the opportunity for self development with the tools to succeed beyond the degree,” he said.


“Degree programmes in the university are modelled on modern European and American curriculum and a must-have learned focus on information technology.”

Dahun said students of the university would have the option to complete part of their degree at partner universities in Europe, the UK, EURASIA, as well as the US.

According to him, for further information on the ongoing admissions, the public should visit, or call +2349072229992 or +2349072229993.


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