Recognition for success working against conditions that created Boko Haram
The American University of Nigeria announces its Placement Test for the Class of Spring (January) 2017.
Yola, Adamawa, Nigeria, Sept 20, 2016: On Thursday, September 22, two U.S. experts on African affairs will present the seventh Atiku Center Lecture at the American University of Nigeria in Yola. The Americans, Dr. Carl LeVan and Mr. Matthew T. Page, are authorities whose views on Nigeria are highly sought.
AUN offered to award 67 scholarships to new students only for the 2016/2017 academic session.
The 2016/2017 American University of Nigeria Scholarships Examination for the South -South Region of Nigeria will be held in Warri, Delta State, and not Port Harcourt , Rivers State.
Yola, Adamawa, Nigeria, July 15, 2016: The American University of Nigeria will hold scholarship examinations for newly accepted students joining the university for the 2016/2017 academic session on Saturday, July 30, 2016. The university has increased new student scholarship awards to 67.
Yola, Nigeria - The American University of Nigeria has received a full approval accreditation by the National Universities Commission and the Council for Legal Education to start their innovative LL.B program at the university. Admission into the LL.B program for the 2016/2017 academic session is already in progress.
Yola, Adamawa, Nigeria-May 16, 2016: At the 8th commencement of the American University of Nigeria on Saturday, May 14, the National Universities Commission, the federal agency responsible for regulating universities, called on the nation's university system to emulate AUN, the eighth private and 53rd university to be approved by the Commission.
Yola, Adamawa, Nigeria-May 16, 2016: At its eighth commencement celebrated on Saturday, May 14, the American University of Nigeria conferred 29 graduate and 181 bachelor’s degrees. Forty-six of the undergraduates were on the honors roll.
Yola, Adamawa, Nigeria, September 1, 2015: The American University of Nigeria will host Mr. Arman Navasardyan, who heads up the regional office of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, (OCHA) on September 3. An expert with 20 years’ experience all over the world in disaster relief and emergency preparedness, Mr. Navasardyan will speak at the AUN Library at 5 p.m. on "Humanitarian Coordination Architecture and Importance in the Context of North East Nigeria."
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