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Academic Department


The academic department takes pride in attracting and retaining staff with a combination of both industry and academic experience to ensure that relevant skills and knowledge are imparted to our students through appropriate teaching methods.

ABMUC academic department also attempts to enrich learning experience through creation of incubators that enable students to simulate the actual business environment, and the use of innovative methods that are intended to expose students to an industry mimicking environment.

In addition, ABMUC takes pride in exposing students to the real business world through industry linked learning via occasional industry visits and industry related assignments that are arranged through industry collaboration partnerships.

Through collaboration partnerships with industry stakeholders, curriculum is regularly reviewed to incorporate stakeholders’ input and align it to BQA requirements as well taking into consideration HRDC recommendations, such as areas of national training priority.

Sound academic standards are maintained through continually developing and maintaining an up to date and relevant curricular, by initiating module reviews in line with market/industry demands. ABMUC also bench marks with competitors and franchisees to ensure that it remains competitive in its specialist areas.

We promote research and publications by our academic staff through financial incentives and moral support, provision of resources and infrastructure to facilitate research.

Through the management academic committee, the academic department plays the important role of advising students on relevant pathways, and inspire development of dynamic and relevant academic programmes. ABMUC also promote high quality assessment through systematic internal and external moderation, and a comprehensive student feedback system that not only assesses classroom delivery but the learning environment as well.

We also provide modules that focus on the development of core life skills (CLS) which enhance our students’ ability in decision making; analytical and critical thinking; communication and presentation skills and so on; while our case-study based learning approaches develop our students into creative and independent learners. These encourage innovative and creative approaches to problems solving.

We establish and maintain relationships with our industry stakeholders and this enables us to understand their needs and use their advice as input in developing our courses. Through these relationships, we are able to invite industry professional to speak and inspire our students.

ABMUC is currently developing dynamic approaches to learning through; open, distance and online to enable learners to access/pursue education from wherever they might be.The ABMUC Student Representative Council (SRC) is also an important stakeholder who periodically engages in meetings with management to discuss students’ academic related concerns.