Academic Programmes

Currently the population of diploma, post-graduate diploma and acculturation students is 450, with academic staff strength of 70, out of which five are full professors distributed across 15 programmes in nine departments, three regular schools; plus a non-academic staff profile of 130 persons. The schools are:

  • School of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages
  • School of Education an Ancillary Studies
  • School of Communication, Translation and Nigerian Languages
  • School of Post Graduate studies

School of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages
Department of Linguistics
Department of Hausa Language
Department of Igbo Language
Department of Yoruba Language
Programme in Kanuri Language

School of Education and Ancillary Studies (Programmes in Education/Nigerian Languages).
Department of Teacher Education
B.A (Ed) in Hausa/Linguistics
B.A (Ed) in Igbo/Linguistics
B.A (Ed) in Yoruba/Linguistics
Department of Ancillary Studies

School of Communication, Translation Studies and Nigerian Languages
Department of Communication Studies and Nigerian Languages
Programme in Communication Arts and Nigerian Languages
Programme in Mass Communication and Nigerian Languages
Programme in Film/Theatre studies and Nigerian Languages
Programme in Applied Communication Studies and Nigerian Languages
Department of Translation and Nigerian Languages

 

Infrastructure Developments

NINLAN is located at Akpaa, Ovom Community, along Opobo Azumini Road, Ogbor Hill Aba, off watersid... continue

NINLAN Press and Bookshop

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Strategic Vision Of The Executive Director

To nurture the institute into a first class centre for research and teaching of Nigerian Languag... continue