Baze University Abuja

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Who is who

Learn, To Live.

Our Mission
Baze aims to provide university education to British standards in Nigeria at about half the cost of sending a student to study abroad.

Currently, no Nigerian University is rated in the top 5,000 in the world. Many Nigerians thus feel compelled to send their sons and daughters to be educated abroad, at substantial cost (at least $28,000 per year for tuition, travel and living expenses). Baze delivers the same quality of education and living at $ 14,000 (N2.2 m) – and, at a critical stage of their lives, students will be staying closer to their families. Baze opened officially on 4th April, 2011.

Mission Statement
To establish  and maintain a most suitable academic environment synergizing world-class human capital and best technology for creating and imparting knowledge to develop and modernize the Nigerian society.

To be a distinctive quality-based educational institution, making difference in the nation’s history through positive impact of its services and its graduate output.

Baze delivers quality by having experienced international staff, superb teaching equipment, overseas External Examiners, and first-rate buildings to guarantee standards.

The main Campus is 6km from Abuja Central Area, close to Airport Road (see Map). Academic/Social activities commenced in the Academic and Administrative (Ahmadu Abubakar) building, the Social Area and the Sports Complex (see Campus).

Baze has another site at Bwari for further development.

Abuja is in the centre of Nigeria, and has excellent air and road links.

Baze began in April 2011 with a Foundation class and three Faculties:

  • Business Studies
  • Law
  • Computing & IT

There are several specialities within these Faculties – see Courses

In the first year, students who wish to be accommodated by the University can live in a nearby off-campus block with a shuttle bus service to the Campus.

The Application Form can be downloaded, completed and emailed to Baze.

Prospective Law students should apply for the first Foundation Programme in Business Studies and transfer to Law in the second year after Baze has applied to the Nigerian Council for Legal Education to create a Faculty of Law.