History

Experience Cutting Edge Education in Science and Technology at BELLSTECH

Bells University of Technology, Ota,is Nigeria’s First Private University of Technology. It was granted operational license on 9th June, 2005 and commenced operation on 1st July, of the same year. The idea of Bells University of Technology was conceived following the desire of the Bells Educational Foundation to establish a unique University where the good foundation given to products of its Secondary School and other Secondary Schools could be built upon.
            To ensure uniqueness, the Foundation decided to establish a University that would offer courses which would support relevant and sustainable technologies that were transferable, ICT-driven, and at the cutting edge of Science and Technology. In order to realize its dream, the Bells Educational Foundation obtained an application form for the establishment of a Private University from the National Universities Commission (NUC) on 10th January, 2002 and submitted the application forms on 10th November, 2004. Bells University of Technology (BUT), also known as Bellstech, is the first private university of technology established in Nigeria.[1] It was established in 2004, and began admitting students from the 2005/2006 academic session.

Administration

BELLS administration is responsible for the strategic vision for the University.

 Bellstech has two governing boards—The board of trustees and the governing council. Through their complementary efforts, the two boards perform the essential roles ordinarily associated with a board of trustees, while helping to shape the University’s agenda, inquiring into the quality and progress of its activities, and ensuring that Bells remains true to its mission.

The President & Chairman, Board of Trustees

Rev(Dr) Wilson A.Badejo

DVM(Ibadan);B.Theology; M.CL (California);FCVSN

President & Chairman

PROFESSOR BART O.NNAJI, FAS, FAENG, CON, NNOM

B.SC(New-York), M.sc; Ph.D(Virginia)

Pro-Chancellor &  Chairman Of Council

Member

Professor Peter Okebukola, OFR

B.Ed.; M.Ed. (Ibadan); Ph.D (Cantab)

Member

OBA  DR. OLUWAROTIMI O.FAGBENRO

M.B.B.S (Benin-City) Member

Senator Dr. (Mrs.) Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello

DVM (Ibadan); M.Sc. (California); Ph.D (Ithaca)

Colleges and departments

BUT is made up of seven Colleges and thirty-five Departments. Due to restructuring some colleges were merged and from 1 August 2016 BUT has three Colleges: College of Engineering & Environmental Sciences, College of Natural & Applied Sciences and College of Management Sciences.

College of Natural and Applied Sciences

Physics with Electronics

Applied Mathematics & Statistics

Industrial Chemistry

Biochemistry

Chemistry

Microbiology

Aquaculture & Fisheries Mgt

Marine Biology

College of Food Sciences

Food Science with Business Mgt

Food Technology

Biotechnology

Nutrition and Dietetics

College of Information and Communications Technology

Computer Science and Technology

Information Technology

College of Management Sciences

Business Administration with option in (Business Computing, Human Resources Management, International Business and Marketing)

Project management

Accounting

Banking and finance

Economics

College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Electrical/Electronics Engineering

Mechatronics Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Computer Engineering

Telecommunications Engineering

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