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Birmingham Professor Delivers Lecture at the University of Ibadan

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UI and University of The West of England Establish a Dual Degree Programme in Construction Project Management

A team from University of the West of England, UWE, was at the Office of International Programmes on Monday, 1st November, 2010 accompanied by Dr. B.I.O. Dahunsi, the Acting Head, Department of Civil Engineering and Dr. A.O.

Fullbright Doctoral Students

Matthew Brown is a Fulbright scholar from the University of Wisconsin, United States of America, and currently a visiting student at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Matthew, who studied Linguistics with Yoruba being his area of specialization working on his doctoral thesis on Nigerian movies.

UI Hosts Professor Holmer Savastano Jr.

University of Ibadan played host to Professor Holmer Savastano Jr. of the Department of Rural Construction University of Sao Paolo (USP), Pirassununga. Sao Paolo Brazil, from January 13-16, 2010.

Establishment of A Language Flagship Programme in the University of Ibadan

Being able to distinguish itself in several disciplines especially in areas related to African Studies, the University of Ibadan will soon be Africa's Centre of Excellence for Yoruba as a Language.

Professor Sussman visits the University of Ibadan

The Vice President of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Professor Arthur Sussman, was a visiting Professor of Law in the Department of Public and International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan in January 2010.

Roundtable with Prof. Sussuman on Establishing Collaborations for Training and Research

"Every University can be interconnected and be a part of a mega global university". This is the view of Dr. Vest, former President of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and President of the Academy of Engineers in US, on globalization. This also is the basis on which Prof.

Roundtable on Globalization, Learning and African Higher Education

The Office of International Programmes has been charged to look at and make suggestions on how some of the rules regulating learning and studentship in the University of Ibadan can be altered to accommodate flexibility of programmes to support global learning.

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