July 17, 2024


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Council of authorized education accredits Renaissance University’s law college | The Guardian Nigeria News

The Council of Legal Instruction (CLE) has accredited the law school of the Renaissance University, Ugbwaka in Enugu Point out. The CLE explained the department met the accreditation needs to supply the Bachelor of Legislation (LLB) diploma programme.
The acceptance was conveyed by the Council in a letter to the Vice Chancellor of the university, citing its “marked advancements in the number of lecturers and actual physical facilities.”
This was disclosed by the Vice Chancellor of the college, Prof. Thaddeus Eze though briefing the press on the 15th anniversary of the college.

“Meeting the stringent specifications of the Council of Lawful Education and learning demanded unheard of diligence, focus and tenacity of function. We have learnt a large amount from the council on meticulous compliance to set standards. The exercising entailed extensive update of our services and we are now poised to be in the vanguard of authorized instruction in the region”, the Vice Chancellor stated.
Prof. Eze paid out tributes to the Dean of the school and other customers of the committee tasked with spearheading the preparations in the direction of reaching the acceptance standing, indicating they have been exemplary in their unwavering dedication and enthusiasm for excellence.
Founded in 2005 as the second personal college in the South-East, Renaissance College Ugbwaka is also among the the couple Council-approved universities in the area that supply the Bachelor of Legislation (LLB) degree programme.