About Imo State College of Education, Ihitte Uboma
The Imo state college of education is one of the most recent institutions of higher learning in the country. In fact, the school only commenced full academic activities in October 2017 after obtaining an operating license from the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE).
Statistics conducted shows the school commenced students training and lectures with over two thousand students from different parts of the country. The executive governor of Imo state Dr. Rochas Okorocha appointed Dr. Christian Osuegbu as the first provost of the college in 2015, and he was given the mandate of training students to acquire special skills relevant to education and the technical world.
The Imo State College of Education, Ihitte Uboma was established shortly after the Federal government took over the management of Alvan Ikoku college of education which was previously run by the state government. During the official commissioning of the school several months ago, the secretary to the state government, Sir George Eche explained that plans were in place to expand the school and make it a multi-campus educational edifice.
Admission into this school is open to many who crave for knowledge and those who are passionate about the teaching profession. Prospective students of this school do not need to worry about the cost of education because the college falls under the free education policy of the state Governor Dr. Owelle Rochas Okorocha. Admission is currently open to the college for NCE, Pre-NCE, and direct entry programs.
Only a few weeks ago, the Registrar of the school, Nwosu E.N invited application from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the school. To be considered for admission, prospective students must score at least 120 in JAMB for the year under review.