The National University Commission (NUC) has recently re-accredited the postgraduate regular and part-time programmes at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH). This move demonstrates NUC’s commitment to ensuring that LAUTECH’s regular and postgraduate part-time programmes adhere to NUC standards. In this post, we will delve into the details of the re-accreditation and discuss its implications for the university and its students.
NUC’s Commitment to Quality Education
Mrs. Offiong Edor, the leader of the NUC team that visited LAUTECH for the review, emphasized the importance of maintaining high standards in academic programmes. The audit of the postgraduate part-time programmes was necessary due to the dynamic nature of academia and its impact on enhancing productivity.
The Acting Vice-Chancellor of LAUTECH, Professor Mojeed Olaide Liasu, expressed gratitude to the NUC team for their diligent work. He emphasized the university’s determination to improve in all areas highlighted by the NUC team and pledged LAUTECH’s commitment to achieving its goals and elevating the institution to new heights.
Implications for LAUTECH and Its Students
The re-accreditation of postgraduate part-time programmes at LAUTECH ensures that students receive quality education that meets national standards. This development not only benefits current students but also attracts prospective students to the university, as it signifies a commitment to continuous improvement and adherence to academic excellence.
The National University Commission’s re-accreditation of postgraduate part-time programmes at LAUTECH demonstrates the regulatory body’s commitment to upholding high academic standards. The university’s response indicates a dedication to continuous improvement and achieving its goals. This positive development strengthens LAUTECH’s reputation and ensures that its students receive a quality education that meets the expectations of the ever-evolving academic landscape.