Academic Affairs

Deputy Vice Chancellor – Academic Affairs

The Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor – Academic Affairs oversees the administration, coordination, and development of all academic functions of the university, as well as provides leadership and support for faculty research and teaching. This includes the policies and practices that affect the academic life of the university.

In addition, are the functions for institutional assessment and effectiveness, accreditation requirements and processes, academic planning and institutional research, and the coordination of international partnerships, and agreements

The Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs is the university’s chief academic officer, overseeing the quality of the academic programs and facilities, the success of the faculty and students, and the alignment of campus resources with the university’s priorities and strategic directions.

The Division of Academic Affairs is made possible by the active involvement of many members of faculty, student and staff communities in various committees and working groups, as well as in the Faculties, Schools, and academic departments.

The Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs is comprised of the following components:

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1.       ICDL

The ICDL programme defines the skills and competencies necessary to use a computer and common computer applications. It offers a wide range of modules including Computer Essentials, Word Processing and IT Security. Candidates take tests in the modules which are most relevant to their educational and professional requirements, thereby creating their ICDL Profile. Whether in school, university or in the workplace, ICDL offers the skills you need to succeed. 
Register for ICDL today in any of our Campuses and join other ICDL candidates from around the world in certifying your computer skills to the international standard.



This module will teach you the essential concepts and skills relating to the use of devices, file creation and management, networks and data security.

This module will teach you the essential concepts and skills relating to web browsing, effective information search, online communication and e-mail.

This module teaches you to use a word processing application to accomplish everyday tasks associated with creating, formatting and finishing small-sized word processing documents, such as letters and other everyday documents

This module teaches you to understand the concept of spreadsheets and to use a spreadsheet application. It will enable you to perform tasks associated with developing, formatting, modifying and using a spreadsheet, to use standard formulas and functions, and to competently create and format graphs or charts.

ICDL Intermediate modules complement our range of Base modules. They will enable you to develop your skills in knowledge areas that are appropriate for your everyday life, or for your job role.

This module will enable you to demonstrate competence in using presentation tools on a computer. It will teach you to perform tasks such as creating, formatting, modifying and preparing presentations using different slide layouts for display and printed distribution.

This module develops work-based skills. It will enable you to understand the main concepts of databases and demonstrate the ability to use a database application. This includes creating and modifying tables, queries, forms and reports, and preparing outputs ready for distribution, as well as learning to relate tables and to retrieve and manipulate information from a database by using query and sort tools.

2.   Cisco

·         CCNA 1

·         CCNA 2

·         CCNA 3

·         CCNA 4

3.       BPO/ICOS

·         Certified BackOffice Services Associate

·         Certified Customer Interaction Professional

·         Certified Financial Processes Associate

·         Certified Technical Support Associate

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