Edo State University, Uzairue

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    Edo State University Uzairue (formerly Edo University Iyamho), was established by the Edo University Uzairue Law (2014) and subsequently amended to Edo University Iyamho, Uzairue, (Amendment Law 2015). It was further amended as Edo University Iyamho (Amendment Law 2016). The University was accorded recognition and issued license by the National Universities Commission on 23rd March, 2016, as the 41st State owned University and 142nd University in Nigeria.

    Edo State University Uzairue is a fee-paying institution of world–class standard. The purpose for establishing the University is to meet the increasing demands for quality tertiary education in Edo State in particular and Nigeria in general. The University is poised to be a major contributor in the advancement of knowledge and understanding for the benefit of the social, cultural, and economic needs of the people of Edo State in particular and Nigeria in general.

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    • ✓ Established : 2014
    • ✓ Motto : Quality Education for Development
    • ✓ Category : State University
    • ✓ Abbreviation : EDSU
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    Title
    Accounting/Accountancy
    Animal and Environmental Biology
    Banking and Finance
    Biochemistry
    Business Administration
    Chemical Engineering
    Civil Engineering
    Computer Engineering
    Computer Science
    Economics
    Electrical/Electronics Engineering
    English Language
    Entrepreneurship
    History and International Studies
    Human Anatomy
    Human Physiology
    Industrial Chemistry
    Law
    Mass Communication
    Mechanical/Mechatronics Engineering
    Medical Biochemistry
    Medical Lab Technology/Science
    Medicine and Surgery
    Microbiology
    Nursing/Nursing Science
    Peace and Conflict Resolution
    Physics
    Plant Science/Biotechnology
    Political Science
    Public Administration
    Campuses
    Uzairue Main Campus
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