University Academic Structure

The academic programmes of the Tai Solarin University of Education are organized into Departments and a group of which shall constitute a College. Each Departments has one or more options in Education Programmes. The University operates the Collegiate system of Administration. There are four main Colleges with departments and the Postgraduate School. The Colleges, Departments and Programmes are listed below:

COLLEGES

The academic programmes of the Tai Solarin University of Education are organized into Departments and a group of which shall constitute a College. Each Departments ...

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POST-GRADUATE SCHOOL

The process of establishment of the School of Postgraduate Studies of the University commenced on Monday, 23rd November, 2009 at the 39th regular meeting of the Senate. This was followed by the resource evaluation by the National University Commission in November, 2011.The result and approval to run the under listed programme was communicated to the University with effect from the 2011/2012 academic session.

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CENTERS AND UNITS

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CEPEP

The Centre was established during the 2005/2006 session to replace the erstwhile school of Part-Time Studies. The Centre was established to train teachers on Part-Time basis in line with the National Policy on Education ...

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JUPEB

JUPEB is the Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board. It has its headquarters in the HRDB Building at the University of Lagos (UNILAG). The curent chairman of JUPEB as at 2015 is the...

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PRE-DEGREE

The Pre-Degree and Basic Studies Unit was established seven years ago (JAN 7th, 2010) known as TACES (Tai Solarin University of Education Continuing Education Centre), it was later changed to Pre-Degree and Basic Studies in August, 2012. The inspiration to establish the centre came from both the immediate past Pro-Chancellor, Professor O.Y Oyeneye and the Pioneer Vice-Chancellor, Professor Oluwakayode Oyesiku with a view that the University by its nature should ...

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