Nile University of Nigeria Inks Landmark Agreement with French Embassy in Nigeria – 5 June 2024 – In a groundbreaking development, Nile University of Nigeria has formalized a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Embassy of France in Nigeria, setting the stage for dynamic student exchange programs with prestigious French Universities and the establishment of Environmental Sustainability Projects on its campus.

The MoU was ceremoniously signed during an official visit by the French delegation, led by Mr. Judikael Regnaut, Head of Cooperation and Cultural Affairs for the French Embassy in Nigeria. He was accompanied by an illustrious team, including Mr. Sebastien Bede, French Attaché for Science and Higher Education; Ms. Justine Guery, Head of Campus France Nigeria; and Ms. Adjua Suzanne Kamara, Fab Lab Project Manager. The French team was warmly received by Nile University’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dilli Dogo, and members of the University’s Management team comprising Prof. Saleh Abdullahi, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academics; Mr. David Olowola, Registrar; Deans of Faculties, among others.

The Vice-Chancellor of Nile University of Nigeria, Prof. Dilli Dogo while welcoming the French Embassy delegation, restated Nile University’s Commitment to continuous partnership with Governments at the National and International levels towards achieving the Education for Impact Goals of Honoris United Universities, the first and largest pan-African private higher education network and owners of Nile University of Nigeria.