See the Four Chibok Schoolgirls who Matriculated Students At AUN

Filed in American University of Nigeria by on September 9, 2016 0 Comments

Four Chibok Schoolgirls who Matriculated Students At AUN.The American University of Nigeria (AUN), on August 29, matriculated new intakes among whom were four out of the 24 Chibok girls who escaped from Boko Haram in 2014. Since their lucky escape, all the 24 have been on AUN’s scholarship studying under a special preparatory program.

Also among the new students were those accepted for the maiden class of AUN’s new School of Law that kicked off this semester.

The AUN Law program concentrates on Humanitarian, Gender and Environmental Laws. Others who took part in the ceremony were those pursuing various postgraduate programs, among them were 18 winners of the 67 competitive AUN scholarships on offer, while several intakes were transferring from other universities in Ghana, Lebanon, Egypt, the US and some EU countries. AUN admitted the largest number of undergraduates in a semester in the past three years, signaling a return to pre-insurgency admission figures. In her address, AUN President, Dr. Margee Ensign announced that the type of education the new students will receive will ensure that they become leaders in their chosen fields.

“This kind of education will train you to look at problems from varying perspectives. All universities identify new problems, come up with new ideas, discover new truths and some change society. At AUN, Africa’s first Development University, this is what we are trying to accomplish,” she said.

She noted that upon graduation, the students would be well equipped and ready to confront the challenges in their community, country and continent.

Whether it is poverty, illiteracy, inequality, injustice or violence, “AUN students deal with such problems during their time at the university, asking questions about them, and finding solutions that improve the lives of their fellow human beings,” Ensign said.


myPastQuestion.com Products and Services:

  • Post UTME Past Questions = from N1,000
  • JAMB Past Questions = N1,500
  • WAEC/NECO Past Questions = N500 per subject
  • Junior (JS33) Past Questions = N1,000 per subject
  • All Scholarship Past Questions = N2,000
  • JUPEB Past Questions = N2,000
  • NDA Past Questions = N2,000
  • NPA Past Questions = N1,500
  • Job Interview Past Questions = N2,000
  • JAMB Original Result = N2,200
  • JAMB Admission Letter = N2,200
  • JAMB Result Checker Card = N2,000
  • WAEC Result Checker Card = N800
  • NECO Result Checker Card = N800
  • Post UTME Success Guide (eBook) = N1,000
  • JAMB CBT Success Guide (eBook) = N1,000
  • Creation of Blogs = N10,000
If you need any of these products or services listed above, Pay to Account: Ifiokobong Ibanga 2003316090 Zenith bank PLC,
AD: Make Money from MMM Nigeria 50% Interest Help


Information is Power! Don't miss any information about your examination or your school because of lack of timely updates. The best thing you should do is to Register for FREE Email Alert! by Mail

Tags:

About the Author ()

myPastQuestion.com is the largest past question database for all types examination in Nigeria. We have Post UTME Past Questions for all Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education. We also have JAMB CBT Software, Scholarships Past Questions, WAEC and NECO Past Questions. Follow Ifiokobong Twitter and share what you love most.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *