Breaking News February 14 2024:We Want To Prepare Young Nigerians For Greatness At Maduka University – Founder, Dr. Sam Maduka

Written by on February 14, 2024

Dr. Sam Maduka Onyishi, the founder and chancellor of Maduka University Enugu, has stated that the institution is committed to nurturing the next generation of Nigerian leaders.

According to him, Maduka University stands as a beacon of transformative education in the region.

He said, “I have told them already. Our mission is clear: we are dedicated to preparing our students for greatness. From day one, we instill in them the values of integrity, fear of God, innovation, entrepreneurship, and a global perspective.”

Echoing Dr. Maduka’s sentiments, Professor Charles Uzodimma Ogbulogo, the vice chancellor of the university, stressed the institution’s practical approach to education.

“Maduka University is not merely a place of learning; it is a hub of innovation and enterprise. Through hands-on experiences and cutting-edge curriculum, we empower our students to make meaningful contributions to society.

Our goal is to cultivate a generation of leaders who are not only proficient in their fields but also driven by a sense of purpose,” Professor Ogbulogo added.

“Gone are the days of passive education; we are ushering in an era of proactive learning, where students are encouraged to think critically and act decisively.”

Students, too, voiced their reasons for choosing Maduka University as their educational home.

Mmadubikie Emmanuel Chigozien shared, “I was drawn to Maduka University because I saw the potential for transformation. Here, I found the resources and support I needed to pursue my dreams.”

Similarly, Ibezi Mercy Chinaza expressed admiration for the university’s founder.
She said, “Dr. Sam Onyishi’s vision and leadership inspire us all. His dedication to excellence serves as a guiding light for students like myself, eager to make a positive impact in the world.”
Maduka University, accredited by the National University Commission, offers a diverse range of programs across various schools. Here are some of the programmes and corresponding fees for the 2024/2025 academic session:

School of Business and Social Sciences:

Accounting: ₦438,000
Economics: ₦438,000
Mass Communication: ₦438,000
International Relations: ₦438,000
Transport Management: ₦438,000


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