Caleb University

    About School
      

    Caleb University is a faith based institution envisioned to be a centre of excellence through the provision of opportunities for respectable, highly qualitative and relevant university education that will engender the production of future leaders imbued with ability and integrity capable of impacting positively on their environments while also being globally competitive.

    Caleb University, Imota, Lagos was given provisional license by the Federal Government of Nigeria to operate as a private University on May 17, 2007. The Proprietor of the University is Caleb International College Ltd with Dr. Ola Adebogun as the Chairman, and Visitor of the University.

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    The University commenced full academic activities on January 21, 2008 with admission into three Colleges — College of Environmental Sciences and Management (COLENSMA), College of Pure and Applied Sciences (COPAS), and College of Social and Management Sciences (COSOMAS).

    • ✓ Established : 2007
    • ✓ Motto : For God and Humanity
    • ✓ Category : Private University
    • ✓ Abbreviation : CUL
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    Title
    Accounting/Accountancy
    Architecture
    Banking and Finance
    Biochemistry
    Biology
    Biotechnology/Genetics
    Business Administration
    Chemistry
    Computer Science
    Criminology/Security Studies
    Early Childhood Education
    Economics
    Educational Foundation and Management
    Estate Management
    Guidance and Counseling
    Human Resource Management
    International Law/Jurisprudence
    International Relations
    Marketing
    Mass Communication
    Mathematics
    Peace and Conflict Resolution
    Physics
    Political Science
    Private/Public Law
    Psychology
    Public Administration
    Campuses
    Main Campus, Inota
    Faculties/Schools
    • Arts
    • Law
    • Sciences
    • Education
    • Environmental Sciences
    • Management and Social Sciences
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