List of Illegal Universities in Liberia (2024)

Illegal Universities in Liberia

List of Illegal Universities in Liberia

Illegal Universities in Liberia:  The Government of Liberia has ordered the shutting down of six (6) universities in the country due to their illegal way of operation. We have listed them in this article in case you are an aspiring student to not make the mistake of choosing these institutions.

According to Mr. David S. Dahn, the Acting Director General of the NCHE, the National Commission on Higher Education (NCHE), ordered the shutting down of six private universities operating illegally in the country. 

The NCHE further revealed the reason for the shutting down of these institutions is that they are either without operational permits or Provisional Accreditation from the Commission and also offering fake degree programs.

 

How Many Public Universities are in Liberia?

There are only three public Universities in Liberia which are mentioned as follows:

  • William V. S. Tubman University,
  • Cape Palmas, 
  • Maryland County (previously William V.S.)

 

What are the Top Ranking Universities in Liberia – Illegal Universities in Liberia

The list of top-ranking universities in Liberia is dominated by private universities undoubtedly seen as follows:

  • African Methodist Episcopal University 
  • Cuttington University 
  • Stella Maris Polytechnic 
  • United Methodist University 
  • University of Liberia 
  • William V.S. Tubman University 
  • Adventist University of West Africa 
  • African Methodist Episcopal Zion University 
  • African Methodist Episcopal Zion University College 
  • African Methodist Episcopal Zion University School of Theology 
  • AME University College of Medicine 
  • BlueCrest University College 
  • Cathedral Bible College 
  • Christian Bible College of Liberia 
  • Grace Bible College 
  • Harbel College 
  • Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary 
  • Liberia International Christian College 
  • Liberia Theological Seminary 
  • Ricks Institute
Illegal Universities in Liberia
According to Mr. David S. Dahn, the Acting Director General of the NCHE, the National Commission on Higher Education (NCHE), ordered the shutting down of six private universities operating illegally in the country.

Which are the Most Popular Universities in Liberia in 2024/2025  – Illegal Universities in Liberia

  • Cuttington University
  • University of Liberia
  • United Methodist University
  • African Methodist Episcopal University
  • Starz University
  • William V. S. Tubman University
  • Nimba University
  • Smythe University College
  • Harbel College

 

6 Illegal Universities in Liberia 2024 

The 6 illegal universities the National Commission on Higher Education (NCHE) ordered to short down in Liberia are listed below:

  • Dayspring Bible College, 
  • Grace International Bible University, 
  • Pilgrims College & School of Ministry, 
  • Liberia College of Nursing & Divinity, 
  • New Dimension Theological Seminary and the 
  • ASSFI University College.

 

How Much Does it Cost to Go to the University of Liberia?

Students at the University in Liberia don’t pay school fees, they only pay registration fees which is a bit more than L$2,000 a semester. The government of Liberia has a tuition-free policy for all public universities and college students. In that case, public school students don’t have to pay a dime for tuition fees.

However, we hope this content helps, Bookmark this page or comment using the comment box if you have any questions regarding the List of Illegal Universities in Liberia. Feel free to share this article and join our Telegram community for access to more resourceful information and to stay informed about our daily updates on recruitment news.

 

Related Post:

Please share this article if it helps. Show some love

 

Author

  • Michael

    This post is authored by Michael Offiong, an Editor of Recruitment Portfolio. Boasting over a decade of expertise in the recruitment sector, Michael provides up-to-date information on jobs and recruitment topics, career opportunities, and breaking news stories.

About Michael 586 Articles
This post is authored by Michael Offiong, an Editor of Recruitment Portfolio. Boasting over a decade of expertise in the recruitment sector, Michael provides up-to-date information on jobs and recruitment topics, career opportunities, and breaking news stories.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*