Federal College of Education, Obudu, FCE-OBUDU

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Federal College of Education, Obudu,
FCE-OBUDU

Programme: NCE (Colleges)
Sponsor: Federal
FCE-OBUDU Admission Info:
FCE-OBUDU is not open for POST UTME or Direct Entry application at the moment, Please check back here again

Federal College of Education, Obudu, also known as FCE-OBUDU is a Federal NCE (Colleges) established in 1983 (39 years ago). The school offers over 65 undergraduate courses, It is located in Cross River. FCE-OBUDU has a public profile for anyone who wants to know more about the institution and can be accessed via its website. Visit FCE-OBUDU landing page on www.fceobudu.edu.ng or visit the school portal on portal.fceobudu.edu.ng to apply for admission. Other vital informations such as courses offered, UTME requirement, Direct Entry requirement, and the school photos are available below.

Does FCE-OBUDU have hostel accommodation

No! FCE-OBUDU does not have provission for hostel accomodation at the moment.

Hostels accomodation is dedicated to making students living stress free and to reduce the cost fee for renting a house outside the school premises.

Description

The Federal College of Education, Obudu was established as a regular College on November 30, 1982 by the first Executive President of Nigeria, His Excellency, Alhaji Shehu Usman Aliyu Shagari. At inception, the College operated in a temporary site within the premises of Government Secondary School, Obudu. Today, however, that initial temporary site is now the permanent site while the then proposed permanent site of the College at the Bebi village in Obanliku Local Government Area, eighteen kilometres on the Obudu- Cattle Ranch Resort road has become a satellite campus. At the initial period, the College was controlled by the Federal Ministry of Education. As a result, only the Ministry's staff were appointed to head the institution. The pioneer Provost, Late Mr. G.O Talabi was therefore a Staff of the Federal Ministry of Education, and he held sway until 1985 when he was re-deployed back to Lagos, the then capital of Nigeria. Academic activities in the college started on the 10th January, 1983 with a population of just 140 students. The initial staff strength comprised of just six personnel. On 12th February, 1983 however, the formal opening ceremony of the institution was performed by the then Honorable Minister of Education, Dr. Sylvester Ugoh. He was assisted by Dr. E.J. Usuah, then Cross River State Commissioner of Education and the Right Honorable Dr. Joseph Wayas, the then president of the Senate of the Federal Republic. Since then, there has been a steady rise in both staff and student population. Mr. E.E. Okwubunka assumed the position of Provost of the College in 1985. Although, he was a staff of the Federal Ministry of Education, he superintended over the College for 10years. His second and final term in office expired in 1995 and he handed over to the most Senior Dean, Mr. Fidelis Mimi Abenga as acting Provost. Mr. Abenga served in an acting capacity until 1999 when a substantive Provost was appointed in the person of Professor Joseph O. Bisong. His tenure was quite brief as he handed over to Mr. Richard Ahembe Naswem who became the Acting Provost of the college on 10th August, 2001. Dr. Joseph Effiom Edem Ntibi however was appointed as the Substantive Provost of the College in 2003. Dr. Ntibi was in the saddle for 8years. He left at the completion of his second term in office and handed over to the then Deputy Provost, Dr. Eugene U. Ibli. Dr. Ibli later became the substantive Provost of the College on 11th August, 2011. His appointment was remarkable in many ways as he became the first staff of the college as well as the first indigene of the host community to be appointed into that exalted office. He fully served out his first tenure of 4years and handed over to his deputy, Obong Okon Akpan Mbuk who became the Acting Provost. The current Provost, Dr. James Bassey Ejue assumed office on 19th August, 2016. In their own rights, all these people were known to be great administrators and intellectuals who have made effective contributions towards the development of the College. It is important to state that the College initially was being run as an affiliate of the University of Calabar. However, with the Decree No 4 that was promulgated on 16th March, l986, the College, along with other sister Federal Colleges of Education in Nigeria was granted an autonomous status. On 31st August, l990, the first Governing Council of the College was inaugurated. Since then, five other Governing Councils that comprised of eminent Nigerians from all walks of life were also appointed., Today, it is the 6th Governing Council under the Chairmanship of Honorable Sir Anthony Obi that is in place. Together, the Councils have always synergized with College administration to re-position the institution.

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FCE-OBUDU School Address?
Federal College of Education, Obudu, is located in Cross River State, Obudu Local Government Area.
School Address: P.M.B. 1038, Obudu, Cross River State
Phone Number: +2348000000000
Email: info@fceobudu.edu.ng

Photos of Federal College of Education, Obudu,

Federal College of Education, Obudu, courses and departments:

The following is a list of courses offered in FCE-OBUDU
Courses Jamb Points
ADULT AND NON FORMAL EDUCATION
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE (DOUBLE MAJOR)
Biology/Chemistry
BIOLOGY/INTEGRATED SCIENCE
BIOLOGY/MATHEMATICS
CHEMISTRY/INTEGRATED SCIENCE
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES/ENGLISH
Christian Religious Studies/French
Christian Religious Studies/Hausa L2
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES/IGBO
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES/IGBO L2
Christian Religious Studies/Political Science
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES/SOCIAL STUDIES
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES/YORUBA
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES/YORUBA L2
Computer Education/Biology
Computer Education/Chemistry
COMPUTER EDUCATION/PHYSICS
Computer Science Education/Integrated Science
Computer Science Education/Mathematics
EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE EDUCATION
Economics/English
Economics/Igbo
ECONOMICS/SOCIAL STUDIES
ECONOMICS/YORUBA
ENGLISH DOUBLE MAJOR
ENGLISH/FRENCH
English/Geography
ENGLISH/IGBO
ENGLISH/SOCIAL STUDIES
English/Theatre Arts
English/Yoruba L2
FINE AND APPLIED ARTS (DOUBLE MAJOR)
French/Hausa L2
FRENCH/IGBO
French/Igbo L2
FRENCH/SOCIAL STUDIES
French/Yoruba L2
Geography/Integrated Science
Hausa L2/Social Studies
Hausa/Economics
Hausa/Geography
Hausa/Igbo
HAUSA/POLITICAL SCIENCE
Hausa/Theater Arts
HOME ECONOMICS ( DOUBLE MAJOR)
IGBO L2/SOCIAL STUDIES
IGBO/POLITICAL SCIENCE
IGBO/SOCIAL STUDIES
Igbo/Theatre Arts
Igbo/Yoruba
INTEGRATED SCIENCE DOUBLE MAJOR
INTEGRATED SCIENCE/MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
Integrated Science/Physics
MATHEMATICS/PHYSICS
MATHEMATICS/SOCIAL STUDIES
PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION (DOUBLE MAJOR)
POLITICAL SCIENCE/SOCIAL STUDIES
POLITICAL SCIENCE/YORUBA
PRIMARY EDUCATION STUDIES
SOCIAL STUDIES DOUBLE MAJOR
THEATRE ARTS DOUBLE MAJOR
Theatre Arts/Social Studies
Theatre Arts/Yoruba
YORUBA/SOCIAL STUDIES

Frequent questions asked

FCE-OBUDU cut off mark 2022

The average cut off mark for FCE-OBUDU is 120. It is important to note that this cut off mark may not be applicable for all courses, some courses may require you to score higher, while some even lower.

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