• slide1
  • Header3
  • Header2
AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES OF THE CENT
PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES OF THE CENTRE FOR IGBO STUDIES
The first annual UNN Summit was held on June 4t
First Annual UNN Summit
PROCESS FLOW FOR PAYING ACCEPTANCE
PROCESS FLOW FOR PAYING ACCEPTANCE FEES FOR JUPEB PROGRAM
ACCOMMODATION INFORMATION This i
ACCOMMODATION INFORMATION
JOINT UNIVERSITIES PRELIMINARY EXAM
GUIDELINES FOR PAYMENT OF ACCEPTANCE FEE FOR JUPEB STUDENTS
UPDATE II – UNIVERSITY HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION
UPDATE II – UNIVERSITY HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION

Welcome to Centre for Igbo Studies, University Of Nigeria Nsukka

Director’s Statement

The Centre for Igbo Studies is a very newly established centre which is trying to have a footing among other well-established centres/institutes. As at now the centre has no building of its own, but is temporarily housed within the student’s union multipurpose complex. Other militating factors include lack of funds for proper functioning

The Centre

The Centre for Igbo Studies was established in 2014 with Dr. Tony Nwaezeigwe as the first Ag. Director. The current director was appointed on August 1, 2015. The centre is established in the University of Nigeria as a melting pot for all researches, studies, investigations and information about various aspects of Igbo life. The University in establishing the centre fulfilled the aspirations of the Igbo people in particular and all those interested in knowing about or studying the Igbo people and their culture. The Centre for Igbo Studies is a centre where issues about Igbo people, their language, politics, architecture, traditional medicine, theatre, traditional music, history, archeology, arts and culture etc could be obtained or researched on.