About ABU Zaria:
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.
Ahmadu Bello University(ABU) operates two main campuses: Samaru and Kongo. The Samaru campus houses the administrative offices, sciences, social-sciences, arts and languages, education, engineering, medical sciences agricultural sciences and research facilities. The Kongo campus hosts the Faculties of Law and Administration. The Faculty of Administration consists of Accounting, Business Administration, Local Government and Development Studies and Public Administration Departments. Additionally, the university is responsible for a variety of other institutions and programs at other locations.
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. (Wikipedia)
How To Check the 2014/2015 ABU Institute Of Administration Diploma Programme Admission List
The authorities of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria have published the names of candidates that have been offered provisional admissions into the Diploma programmes of the Institutes of Administration for the 2014/2015 Academic Session.Applicants are to check their names on the list by following the steps below.
1. Go to the ABU admissions portal here
2. Enter your application number in the space provided
3. Click on search to access your admission status
All admitted candidates should report to the Institutes of Administration. Each candidate should bring along the originals of his/her credentials for purpose of registration.
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