Federal University of Technology Minna
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|Federal University of Technology Minna, Niger state|
|Vice-Chancellor||Professor Musbau Adewumi Akanji, FNSBMB|
|Admin. staff||Highly trained and qualified staff for the degrees awarded by the institution.|
|Undergraduates||Has established undergraduate studies and programs|
|Postgraduates||Has a dynamic and functional post graduate school situated in the Bosso Campus|
|Location||Minna, Niger State, Nigeria|
|Federal University of Technology, Minna was founded in 1983. The governing bodies are the Council and the Senate. The institution is listed in the Guide to Higher Education in Africa, Association of African Universities and the International Association of Universities, 1999. It is an internationally recognized degree granting institution of higher education. The course work and degrees from the institution are generally accepted by regionally accredited institutions of higher education in the United States.|
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