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KWASU to launch B.Sc taxation program

A Bachelor of Science in Taxation program is about to begin at Kwara State University, and preparations are well underway.

While this is going on, the University will be hosting the 5th International Academic Conference on Taxation (CITN/KWASU 2022), which will take place from August 15th to 18th, 2022 at the same location.

Vice – chancellor, Professor Muhammed Mustapha Akanbi SAN, made the disclosure on Tuesday at the KWASU Business School in Ilorin, while greeting a delegation from the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN), which paid him a courtesy visit at the university.

The Professor of Business Law, who pointed out that the KWASU is home to a Tax Academy, stated that the university is prepared to begin offering the career-oriented curriculum as soon as possible.

When asked about the University’s dedication to academic achievement, the Vice Chancellor remarked that the school offers a large variety of professional certificate programs that provide students with essential skills for future career progression and possibilities.

The University’s top legal official, on the other hand, reaffirmed the university’s readiness to host the CITN conference and pledged support to the institute, while also expressing optimism that the existing collaboration between the two institutions would be strengthened for the benefit of both parties.

Earlier, in his welcoming address, Professor Mubaraq Sanni, Director of the Institute for Professional and Continuous Education (IPCE) at KWASU, stressed the University’s commitment to developing professionalism via engagement with professional organizations.

The Minister complimented the Nigerian Institute of Taxation for its collaborative efforts with educational institutions and building a collaboration with KWASU in the pursuit of breeding professionals as well as the progress of the country’s tax system

Therefore, the Director invited CITN to collaborate in the fields of research, community development, entrepreneurship, and the interchange of human resources.

In his answer, the delegation’s chairman, Prof. Godwin Oyedokun, praised KWASU for serving as an ambassador for the Center for International Trade and Development (CITN), noting that the institute’s goals were successfully incorporated into the university.

His words informed KWASU of the Institute’s commitment to helping the university achieve greatness in academics and research, among other things.

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