I warmly welcome you to Coal City University Website. This is an exciting time to be part of our growing success story. Please browse through our website to see our diverse curricular offerings, strengths and advantages.
At Coal City University, we are committed to providing our students with the very best learning experiences and opportunities. Our academic programmes are designed in line with global standards with focus on national and global relevance. We are at the forefront of technology mediated learning in Nigeria and we use e-learning platform to complement our in-person small class structure. We also offer our students research- informed teaching that is complemented by applied and work-integrated learning opportunities to ensure all students unleash their entrepreneurial potentials and become graduates valued by employers: confident, critical thinking, adaptable and with first- class communication skills. Our strong global connections provide good academic exchange opportunities and enable our students to develop international experience and a future centric mindset.
We have an array of academics with significant international experience providing support to our student body and researching issues that offer great prospect for scientific advancement and tackling society’s global challenges. We offer top-talents a warm welcome, a great place to work and the opportunity to help shape our future as we grow the global reputation of Coal City University.
Our success can be attributed to many factors including but not limited to our talented and dedicated staff, the energy, enthusiasm and resourcefulness of our students, our extraordinary academic environment, the support and active engagement of our Board of Trustees, donors, partners and governments.
Thank you for taking the time to explore our university virtually. I encourage you to visit our beautiful campus, meet our students and members of staff, and enjoy the full experience and welcome of our globally focused University.
All best wishes,
Professor Afam Icha-Ituma