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ABU Zaria 2014/2015 Adjusted Academic Calendar

The management and authorities of ABU Zaria have reviewed the 2014/2015 academic calendar and then adjusted it. It would be recalled that there was an adjustment in the 1st semester calendar that was published last week which resulted in the shift in the 1st semester exams. This is the full academic calendar as published on Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) official website

ABU Adjusted First Semester Calender

Sunday 7th December, 2014Resumption
Monday 8thDecember, 2014Saturday 20th December, 20142 Weeks Registration
Monday 5thJanuary, 2015Friday 13th February, 20156 Weeks of Lectures
Saturday 14th February, 2015Saturday 21th February, 2015Mid-Semester Break
Monday 23rd February, 2015Saturday 2nd May, 201510 Weeks of Lectures
Monday 4th May, 2015Saturday 16th May, 20152 Weeks Examination

***Monday 2nd February, 2015 to Monday 9th February, 2015 1 Week Add/Drop

GENS Examination for First Semester to Commence on Monday 27th April, 2015

Second Semester Calender

Monday 1st June, 2015Saturday 18th July, 20157 Weeks Lectures
Monday 20thJuly, 2015Saturday 25th July, 2015Mid-Semester Break
Monday 27thJuly, 2015Saturday 12th September, 20157 Weeks of Lectures
Monday 14st September, 2015Saturday 26th September, 20152 Weeks Examination

***Monday 15th June, 2015 to Monday 22nd June, 2015 – 1 Week Add/Drop

About ABU Zaria

The prestigious Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) is the largest university in Nigeria and second largest in Africa, after Cairo University,Egypt. It is in Zaria. It was founded on October 4, 1962 as the University of Northern Nigeria. The university is named after the Sardauna of Sokoto, Alhaji Sir Ahmadu Bello, the first premier of Northern Nigeria.

The university runs a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate programs (and offers Associate degrees and vocational and remedial programs). The university has a large medical program with its own A.B.U. Teaching Hospital, one of the largest hospitals in Nigeria.

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