Do you need info about the universities in Cross River State? Then you’re at the right place.
Cross River is a state in South South Nigeria, and its capital is Calabar, which boasts of being the venue of the largest carnival in Africa. There are 2 universities in Cross River; University of Calabar (Federal) and Cross River State University of Technology.
University of Calabar
University of Calabar is a Federal university situated in Calabar, established in 1975. The architecture was designed by John Elliott. Unical was one of the foremost Nigerian Universities to automate students’ registration processes Portal, and also automate her alumni relations; online transcript request and processing. University of Calabar offers undergraduate and post graduate studies, and it has 14 faculties, 2 institutes and a grad school.
Faculties in University of Calabar
Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
Faculty of Dentistry
Faculty of Medicine
Faculties of Management Sciences
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts
Institute of Public Policy and Administration
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Physical Sciences
Faculty of Engineering and Technology
Faculty of Pharmacy
Faculty of Agriculture
Institute of Oceanography
Cross River University of Technology
The state owned University of Technology also known as CRUTECH located in Calabar, was established in 2002. Cross River University of Technology came to be after merging three higher institutions: The Polytechnic of Calabar, The College of Education and Ibrahim Babangida College of Agriculture.
There are 4 campus (Calabar, Ogoja,Okuku, Obubra) on the University, and it offers Undergraduate and Post-graduate studies.
The faculties are listed below:
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Faculty of Sciences
Faculty of communication technology
Faculty of Education
Faculty of agriculture and forestry
Faculty of Management
College of Basic Medical Sciences
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