European Languages & Integration Studies

Programmes
  • B.A. History and Strategic Studies (FT)
  • B.A. History and Strategic Studies, ICE
  • M.A. History and Strategic Studies(FT)
  • Master in Diplomacy and Strategic Studies (MDSS)
  • Ph.D. History and Strategic Studies (FT)
  • Advance Diploma in Law Enforcement Administration (ADLEA)

Vision and Mission

To be a top-class European Languages’ Department in learning and research; tracking and disseminating knowledge to and from the dominant linguistic and cultural European entities in response to the vision and mission of the University as well as in service to Nigeria and humanity at large.
To encourage the advancement of learning in all its ramifications as related to languages, cultures, civilization and dynamics of societies. Playing an intermediary role in knowledge exchange and its dissemination between Nigeria and in European countries, Francophone countries within and in the diaspora.
To provide language, linguistic, cultural, civilization and socio- economic courses of instructions and, make available facilities for research in those areas on proper terms to persons equipped to benefit from them.
To expand e-learning services to all in every corner of the globe especially in the core languages of French and Russian.
To encourage, promote and conduct research in the languages mentioned above and to relate research information in those languages to Nigeria.
To hold conferences of national and international imports towards initiating ideas that could help fashion out both micro and macro policies for socio-economic development of Nigeria and humanity at large.
To produce high-flying and accomplished multi-lingual graduates with their vantage multilingual competence and well-informed knowledge of transnational issues among which are World Literature , French, Italian and Russian culture and civilizations as well as be of great knowledge source in linguistics, administration, education, technology, international trade, diplomacy, information and civil service.
To uphold academic freedom by allowing both teachers and students to express themselves in line with academic discipline.
To have an admission policy that allows both Nigerians and other nationals feel homely and, interact freely without fear of victimization or be afraid in expressing themselves.
To create an atmosphere of hybrid culture within the Department in order to serve as a simulation ground for multicultural understanding and provide template for successful integration in Africa.

Academic Staff

SIMIRE, G
Professor & HOD
ASOBELE, T
Professor
GARBA, M
Senior Lecturer
CHUKWUBE, C
IRUKA, E. E
Lecturer II
AJAO, A. A
Lecturer II
TIAMYU, A
Assistant Lecturer
MASUDI OYEWUMI
Graduate Assistant
FALOJU, J. O
LECTURER I
AGBOVIA, K
ABASS, G
Graduate Assistant
ANTHONY, H
Graduate Assistant