Welcome to KASU
The Kaduna State University was established under the Kaduna State Law promulgated in May, 2004. The promulgation was a consequence of the obvious and felt need to boost higher education in the State. Consequently, two campuses were approved, one in Kaduna town and the other in Kafanchan. At present, the University has a total of seven faculties, thirty seven departments and twenty nine programmes fully established. In addition, there is a College of Basic Studies that runs Remedial Programmes in both Campuses. The University has established a Postgraduate School and a College of Health Sciences.Apply To KASU
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Kaduna State University (KASU) offers a wide range of courses to enable potential students acquire all-round university education of the highest standard for the development of the individual and the State. This portal is a common hub for applicants seeking admission into the Postgraduate School, the Undergraduate School, and the College of Basic and Remedial Studies.Meet our Staff & Faculty
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We Value our Students
- To encourage the advancement of learning and to hold out to all persons without distinction of race, creed, sex or political conviction, the opportunity of acquiring a higher and liberal education.
- To provide courses of instruction and other facilities for the pursuit of learning in all its branches, and to make those facilities available on proper terms to such persons as are equipped to benefit from them.
- To encourage and promote scholarship and conduct research in all fields of learning and human endeavor.
- To relate its activities to the social and economic needs of the people of Nigeria.
- To undertake any other activities appropriate for a university of the highest standard.
Our Core Values
As a Centre of learning, the Kaduna State University shall:
- Promote excellence in knowledge acquisition throughteaching, research and community
- Fully foster innovation and creativity by taking full advantage of globalization and knowledge based economy.
- Maintain the international character of a university and uphold the ideals of the community within which it is located.
- Harness its resources most profitably, in servicing as well as giving leadership to industrial and technological development in the state.
- Promote unity in Kaduna State and the nation at large.
VACANCY FOR THE POST OF CHIEF SECURITY OFFICER
The post of the Chief Security officer, Kaduna State University, Kaduna is presently vacant. In accordance with the provisions of the Kaduna State University Law, the position of the Chief Security officer is hereby advertised for suitably qualified persons to apply
Applicants are expected to fill the online recruitment survey and also upload their Curriculum Vitae (CV) in KASU recruitment email: email@example.com
Note: Use Personal email to send CV
Our University news
STUDENT AFFAIRS DIRECTORATE HOLDS ORIENTATION EXERCISE
The Student Affairs Directorate organized the 2016/2017 Orientation Exercise for 100 level Students on Thursday, 13th July 2017, at the Faculty of Science Theatre 1.
The Deputy Vice Chancellor Administration, Prof. Alexander Kure who represented the Vice Chancellor of the University welcomed Staff, Students and guests to the Orientation Exercise, he admonished the fresh students to take their studies seriously and shun all vices that will impede on their success.
In his own remarks, the Dean Student Affairs, Prof. Amos Yabaya told the new students of the importance of orientation exercise, which is to familiarize the students of their new environment and what is expected of them from the University Management in order to graduate with good grades.
NSE VISITS VICE CHANCELLOR
A delegation of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Kaduna Branch, led by its Chairman, Engr .Dr, Abdulrasheed Babalola paid a courtesy visit to the Vice Chancellor of Kaduna State University, Prof. Muhammad Tanko Thursday 1st June 2017in his office.
The delegation was in KASU as part of her community engineering, collaboration and partnership. To also congratulate the VC and Management on the level of positive development witnessed in the University.
Engr. Babalola appealed to the VC to establish the Faculty of Engineering, employ engineers to work conveniently in the university, engage engineering corp members and quality engineers as consultants. He also requested the Vice Chancellor to participate in their International conference/Annual General Meeting which comes up in 2018 and allow the facilities in the university to be showcased and used.
KIU VC LAUDS KASUS DEVELOPMENTAL STRIDES
The Vice Chancellor of Kampala International University (KIU), Dr. Mpezamihigo Mouhammad and his team paid a visit to Kaduna State University Tuesday 18th July 2017. He said he was delighted to be in the citadel of learning and commended KASU Management for creating a conducive environment for staff and students.
Dr. Mouhammad who was accompanied by KIUs Deputy Vice Chancellor-Academic, Dr. Abanis Turyahebwa and Director, Marketing, Ms. Nancy Muttu disclosed that the visit was to enable KASU and KIU establish a working relationship and explore possible areas to partner, especially in joint publications, staff/ student exchange programme and sharing of educational information.
CBN HANDS OVER INTERVENTION PROJECT TO KASU
The Deputy Governor Corporate Services, Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN), Alhaji Suleiman Barau called on Management of Kaduna State University to adopt necessary maintenance culture to keep buildings and equipment of the university in pristine condition so that it will be available for use for many years to come.
He said this through his representative, Head of Project Planning and Implementation Division (PPID) of the CBN, Engr. Muhammad Nuhu-Koko on the occasion of the handing over of the CBN 2013 Intervention Projects in Kaduna State University Thursday 1st June 2017.
The Deputy Governor of the CBN further stated that KASU is one of the seven Tertiary Institutions in 2013 which benefitted from the Intervention programme of the Central Bank of Nigeria as part of the Banks developmental function and the need for capacity building for the achievement of vision 20 2020 of the Federal Government. The intervention becomes more apt, especially, at this time of the rise in digital knowledge economy.