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UNIABUJA students will not longer graduate without passing foreign languages- VC declares

•Also to introduce Rail Technology as course

By Joseph Erunke,
Abuja

Students of the University of Abuja will not longer graduate without passing foreign languages which are about to be introduced in the university, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Abdul-Rasheed Na’Allah, has said.


This was as he disclosed that plans were in advanced stage to introduce what he called “Rail Technology” as a course of study in the university.


Na’Allah,while disclosing that the Senate of the University of Abuja would soon be asked to approve the foreign languages that will be introduced, insisted that they will be mandatory for students.


Speaking Tuesday,in Abuja,during a media chat with reporters covering education beat,under the aegis of Education Correspondents Association of Nigeria,ECAN,he said the initiative was aimed at making students “global citizens.”


Hear him:
    ”We want to empower our people to be global citizens and so,we are introducing Foreign Languages and making it compulsory that the students must at least pass foreign language. The Senate will very soon be asked to approve the foreign languages,that you cannot graduate from the university if you cannot pass one foreign language.


“We want to empower this young people to become global citizen.

 
We are introducing foreign languages and we are making this compulsory for our students. We will soon start it , so that you cannot graduate from the university if you have not passed one foreign language.  


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Alongside that, is the strategy for our students to study abroad and anywhere; Japan, India, among others, to see what the world looks like.”

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