NUC ranks King’s University 31st overall best in Nigeria
• Rated 16th best among 99 private universities
King’s University, Ode-Omu in Osun State was three days ago ranked 31st overall best institution among 202 universities in Nigeria by the National University Commission (NUC) and rated 16th best among 99 private universities in the country.
The ranking was carried out by the National Universities Commission in its inaugural 2021 Nigerian University System Ranking organized by the apex higher education institutions’ regulatory body in conjunction with the League of Directors of Academic Planning of All Nigerian universities.
However in a statement in Osogbo,
the Vice-Chancellor of Kings University. Professor Adenike Kuku, commented on the 2021 NUC Ranking saying, the ranking is “the recognition of the university giant strides in research, governance, quality of programs, faculty, service excellence, and visionary leadership that is ever committed to the ideals of a world-class institution.
She noted that, the ranking was not only an honour that crowned the social investment efforts of the proprietor of the university but an encouragement and a signal that the future of the university system depends on the noble intervention of spirited and well-meaning Nigerians in the private sector to bring back quality into Nigerian higher education system.
Professor Kuku however commended the Proprietor of the university and the entire university’s community for their collective efforts towards being ranked as a leading university within a very short time that it emerged in the Nigerian education landscape.
“For a university that was established barely seven years ago to come from the rear to outperform its contemporaries in the educational space by being rated 31st overall best university in Nigeria is a pacesetting remarkable achievement”.
“This has shown the tenacious pursuit of excellence and creating an enabling environment for both students and staff that, a university can attain a place of honour and preeminence globally in no distant future.”
She added that, the development in the Nigerian education sector aptly described Kings University which has been licensed by the NUC as a committed institution amongst it’s other sister institutions in the country.
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