The British American University (BAU), Florida, was established by Prof. Muhammad Omolaja, formerly a Lecturer in the Department of Business Administration, Ogun State University (now Olabisi Onabanjo University), Nigeria on the premise that modern University education should transcend the bounds of the traditional and theoretical approach to education by providing students with curricula that can help prepare them to pursue their academic and professional interests in many of the today’s most opportunistic industries. The University, as an intercontinental University of the world-class distinction, was approved and registered under the Laws of Florida, USA, in accordance with Section 15.16 of Florida Statute with Registration No. L18000118730, Authentication Code No. 918A00010050–051518-L18000118730–1/1 and the EIN (Employer Identification Number) 35-2630004.

As an intercontinental University of the world class distinction, BAU in collaboration with our Partner Universities in over 30 countries operates in 6 continents including Africa, Asia, South America, North America, USA as well as Europe and United Kingdom to the advantages of nationals of many nations. Consequently, because of the worldwide recognition of the University, our Nigerian students would have the opportunity to take part in the mandatory National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) program in Nigeria upon their successful graduation from the University. This applies in the same vein to other nations throughout the world!

BAU, as distinctive institution of higher education and center of academic and professional excellence, offers cutting-edge programs in a spectrum of highly marketable fields at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree levels in addition to a number of specialized professional Diploma and Certificate options. BAU offers many specialized programs including Management Sciences, Social Sciences, Pure and Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Law and Criminology as well as arts programs with a high level of professionalism, exactness and problem solving skills, which facilitates further education and development of our students’ knowledge throughout their life.

The curriculum at the BAU is structured after the best British, American and Caribbean Universities. The academic program is both accelerated and rigorous, with a focus on preparing the students for licensure in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Caribbean and most countries in Africa. BAU has a wide spread influence on the development of Social, management and technology education since the time it opened its doors to students from a wide social background, of all religious beliefs, and to male and female students on equal opportunities and conditions of admission. BAU has a long tradition of providing a wide range of higher education opportunities to students from all over the world. The University is proud of its commitment to balanced excellence in teaching, learning and research which are key aspects of modern tertiary education.

For many years, BAU has offered this innovative approach to education at its Campuses across the world recognized as separate Study Centers. As the job market has grown more and more competitive, BAU has responded accordingly by developing curricula that provide students with industry-current degree programs and career-specific concentrations in many areas of life endeavors. The University’s success in these fields of academic pursuits is reflected in the satisfaction of its graduates, the achievements of its alumni and the commitment of its faculty. With its flagship Campuses in many countries, BAU programs are available internationally, via several blended delivery modes. Such hybrid models offer maximized learning opportunities for those prepared and eager to further their education to the highest level and to enhance their professional career standing.

As a function of its never-ending reach for world-class distinction, the University has been the beneficiary of significant signs of recognition worldwide! As a University of the world class standing, currently in a mode of enhancement and expansion, BAU surges forward in the following ways: a recently-appointed sound leadership team of recognized specialists; a top-tier internationally-recruited faculty (academicians and field experts and professionals of acclaim who manifest both a passion for higher learning and research and a proven commitment to student success) in conjunction with new initiatives including expanded curricula options at the undergraduate and graduate levels; inauguration of academic and professional doctoral programs; enhanced interactivity among program participants; augmented global affiliations and collaborative partnerships; an ever-more powerful support system provided by all institutional departments and divisions; a broadened array of delivery models; and the establishment of learning-study-media Centers in various regions of the world notably signal the forward direction of the University and its unwavering commitment to academic and research excellence.

Strategic outreach initiatives in the University have been specifically fashioned so as to substantiate that all programs are available and accessible to broad national and international student population worldwide. A powerful, multi-faceted support system is in place to foster success of students and to maximize their experiences. A host of recently developed initiatives signal the breadth and scope of the University’s vision, its unwavering commitment to the high-pitched standards, to accelerated momentum as well as its resolve to offer respected, intensive programs of first-class caliber via the most progressive and effective modes of delivery. The curriculum is marked by many distinctions, among them, a powerful commitment to communicative competence and to applied critical thinking and a special emphasis on integrated global perspectives.

As a consequence of such diversity and cross-national emphasis, we become an enriched, value-added repository for expanded learning, wherein global perspectives and multi-cultural exchange flourish. In and by our difference, we stand apart: distinctive in quality, devoted to the individual learner, contemporary in content and presentation, attuned to the issues of the day and to the needs of prospective students world-wide, seeking always to set each program participant on an intellectual journey into the future, yet committed unrelentingly to the core values that have always underpinned, and continue to underpin, the fundamentals of higher education.


 Despite the fact that there are a number of tertiary educational institutions all over the world, the demands for higher education in many countries has always been on the increase. This is because the rush for acquisition of knowledge in various disciplines is expected to continue, at least, in the next foreseeable future. In addition to this, many people of School age from different nations are always in search of educational institutions of international status in order to foster cooperation between them and their foreign partners who are spread across many countries including the Americas, Europeans, Asians, etc. However, in spite of this trend in the educational sector, majority of the existing institutions at this level are more or less situated in big cities and towns to the detriment of the developmental plans for the countryside.

This phenomenon has in turn led to the search for an opportunity for a Center of academic and professional excellence, which will partly satisfy the yearnings of the citizenry across national boundaries for sound ACADEMIC and PROFESSIONAL education in various disciplines and partly reduce the ongoing mass exodus of the youths particularly of school age to the urban cities in search of Universities admissions which may not be readily available; this problem the British American University worldwide intends to solve by offering a blend of education that suit every purpose and condition.

Sequel to the general demand for, and upon our conviction that the inhabitants of the different nationals deserve to be properly integrated and exposed to modern education in the contemporary jet age, where the world has become a global village, it is expedient to establish and locate this very great intercontinental Institution – British American University (BAU) – in different locations across the world with strong collaboration with many first class Universities and research Institutions in over 40 countries. In Africa, we collaborate with Ecole De Techniciens Supérieure du Benin (ECOTES University Benin) and Ecole Supérieure des Sciences, de Commerce et d’Administration des Entreprises du Benin (ESCAE University Benin) in Benin Republic!


 The British American University is a multipurpose friendly community where the rights and privileges of all members irrespective of their race, color, nationalities and affiliations in terms of religious beliefs shall be respected. The programs are designed to improve the knowledge and competence of human resources in various aspects of life as well as to convert those who have graduated in other fields into people with the right skills and outlook needed in the dynamic and turbulent global challenging environment. Therefore, its academic and professional programs are multidisciplinary and as such, they are committed to “balanced excellence”.

The University programs are designed to attract prospective students from various backgrounds from different countries and prepare them for higher positions through a variety of teaching methods: traditional methods (lectures, seminars, group projects and independent research efforts) as well as the case method and Computer simulated games, depending on which approach is most appropriate for the particular course of interest. Again, the teaching methods are designed to help integrate theory with practice, which is the need of the contemporary students across various national boundaries. Consequently, the overriding philosophy of the University is to prepare managers, administrators, scientists, engineers, technologists and educationists for critical tasks of the moment and for the future.

BAU has a long tradition of providing a wide range of higher education opportunities (academic and professional) to students from all over the world. The University is proud of its commitment to balanced excellence in teaching, learning and research which are key aspects of modern tertiary education. At BAU, we take very serious our resolution to undertake academic and professional education and research which are responsive to regional, national and international needs on the one hand and which make relevant and respected contributions to the development of sustainable economies.

BAU is a proud tradition of academic and professional excellence and internationalization of modern knowledge that is strengthened by our relationship with our Partner Institutions worldwide. This objective will be met by providing a foundation on which students can build and grow after they graduate; a foundation sufficiently general to be relevant to a broad range of management, social, scientific and technology contexts.


 The main goal of British American University (BAU), Florida includes the following:

  • (a)           To provide facilities for teaching, learning and research, and to give instruction and training in such branches of knowledge as may be considered necessary to foster, and in doing so to enable students to obtain, the advantage of a liberal academic and professional education,
  • (b)          To promote by research and other means the advancement of knowledge and its practical application to social, political, cultural, economic, scientific, ecological and technological problems in across many nations,
  • (c)           To serve as a custodian, promoter and propagator of social and cultural heritage of the countries where it operates and the world at large,
  • (d)          To stimulate and sustain interest in management sciences, social sciences, pure and
  • applied sciences, engineering, technology and agriculture, medical fields, etc,
  • (e)           To prepare qualified candidates for certification as University graduates at all levels of tertiary education;
  • (f)           To make the University relevant to the global community as it will be contributing to the industrial development of the nations through the Technical/Vocational Training and Development to the public,
  • (g)           The programs of the University will also be of great help to retired/retiring adults to acquire specialized skills for self reliance,
  • (h)          The programs will be used as a means to generating revenue for the University, government and various communities,
  • (i)            To serve the entire society and mankind as a professional and intellectual resource Center,
  • (j)            To undertake consultancy services, professional training and workshops for the benefit of working class people in government establishments and private organizations across nations, and
  • (k)           To undertake any other activities appropriate to Universities and research institutions; and such other things as are reasonably incidental to the attainment of the above objectives.


The Governing Council of BAU functions to support the President/Chacellor who is the Chief Executive Officer of the University. Although, the Council may advise the University on policy making, it does not involve in the execution and day-to-day running of the Institution. It functions in accordance with the University Laws. Complaints from staff and students on any matter whatsoever, and where necessary, unresolved issues about the management of the University are referred to the Council.

The University Senate 

The Senate is the Statutory Body with legislative powers on academic matters. Its responsibilities include the formulation of academic policies, planning and control of all academic activities of the University. The Senate is responsible for making periodic reports to the Advisory Council as it may deem fit on such academic matters or as the Council may direct from time to time. It also performs any other functions as the Council may delegate to it. Memberships of the Board are the President/Chancellor as Chairman, the Vice-Chancellors and Registrar as Secretary. The Deans of Faculties and Directors of Schools and Heads of Departments are automatic Members. Also, representatives of different categories of staff are normally appointed to the Board. Complaints from students on any academic issues are normally considered, after endorsement by the Head of Department through the Deans of Faculties and the Registrar to the Board.

The President’s Office 

The President, by law, is the Chief Academic Officer and also Chief Executive Officer of the University. He sets the Academic and Administrative machinery of the Institution in motion. In fact, the President is the Sole Accounting Officer of the Institution. He consults the Council of the University for Advice as and when the needs arise. In pursuance of his liberal and democratic system of administration, the President may constitute the under-listed advisory committees to handle issues as stated in their terms of references for the smooth and effective running of the Institution:

  • Appointments and Promotions Committee (Senior Staff),
  • Campus Seminar Committee,
  • Academic Programs Committee,
  • Staff Development Committee,
  • Health Center Management Board,
  • Security Committee,
  • Library Committee,
  • Transport Operations Committee,
  • Staff School Management Board,
  • Admission Committee,
  • Research Programs Committee,
  • Curriculum Development and Planning Committee,
  • Sports Committee,
  • Space Utilization Committee,
  • Staff & Student Welfare Committee,
  • Cafeteria Management Committee,
  • Ceremonial Committee,
  • Staff Professional Ethics Committee,
  • Students’ Disciplinary Committee,
  • Guest House Management Board, and
  • University Examinations Committee,

Vice President’s Office

This is an arm of the President’s Office that renders assistance to the President in his academic and administrative functions. The Vice President may act for the President anytime the latter is not around. He may also function and perform such duties as the President may assign to him from time to time.

Public Relations Unit 

The Public Relations Unit is another invaluable arm of the President’s Office. The unit is charged with the responsibility of projecting the corporate image of the University as well as its activities and programs both within and outside the University community.

 Academic Planning Unit 

The Academic Planning Unit is the unit that takes charge and coordinates Academic Planning matters within the University. The unit keeps in its custody relevant information concerning the academic departments and programs of the University. It is in charge of Management Information System (MIS) relating to Academic Planning (data acquisition on students and academic staff) and also compare notes from time to time with sister institutions on academic planning activities.

 Internal Audit Unit 

The Internal Audit Unit is an arm of the President’s Office that is charged with auditing of general expenditure, procurement, budgetary control, loans, advances, etc. The Auditor may advise President on irregular or unauthorized financial spending. Similarly, the unit coordinates the audit activities of the Institution keeping adequate watch on finances.

Security Section 

The University Security Section is composed of qualified and experienced ex-service personnel. This Section is responsible for the protection of life and property on the campuses. The section provides guidance on movement and locating of visitors particularly fresh students on entering the University campuses. It is under the direct supervision of the Vice President.

 The Registrar’s Office

  • (a) The Registrar is the Chief Administrative Officer in charge of the Registry, and the general overseer of the University administration. The Registrar’s office is the co-coordinating center for activities of all other divisions in the registry. Instructions s is received from the Office by the various divisions in running the affairs of the Department.
  • (b) The Registrar is the Chief Administrative Adviser to the President on general day-to-day administration of the University.
  • (c) The Registrar is the Secretary to the Governing Council as well as the Academic Board of the University. By virtue of his position, the Registrar is the custodian of the Institution’s records. He interprets the Statutes, Rules and Regulations guiding the administration of the University. The Registrar is responsible to the President for the day-to-day administration of the University.
  • (c) The University organizational structure depicts its administrative pattern, which is geared towards the advancement of effective teaching and learning, as well as the general welfare of her students and staff.
  • (d) All correspondence concerning the affairs of the Institution are addressed to the Registrar.

 Council Affairs Division 

The Council Affairs Division services the Governing Council and its Committees; and handles all matters pertaining to their correspondence and welfare. The division keeps records of all Council activities and be directly under the supervision and control of the Registrar, who also is the Secretary to the Council and its Committees.

Documentation Unit 

The Documentation Unit handles matters relating to keeping and updating of records, and it shall also be involved in the preparation of the Section’s input into the budget/estimate of the Registrar’s Department. The unit designs and reviews proforma for the use of the section to obtain information from staff and students as and when necessary.

Academic Affairs Division

This Division in the Registrar’s Department is responsible to the Registrar for all matters pertaining to:

  • (i) Admission and Registration of students;
  • (ii) Examinations;
  • (iii) Records and statistics on (i) and (ii) above and,
  • (iv) Other academic records and matters.

The division keeps in custody for the University, the Standing Rules and Regulations on academic matters and see to their implementation and interpretation to students, staff and the general public. The division services the Academic Board and some of its Committees, e.g. Admissions Committee and it deals with important programs such as Matriculation, Graduation, Convocation matters, and award of prizes to students. It is the division that sees to the overall supervision, opening, updating and safekeeping of Students’ Academic Records. Preparation of Students’ Statistics for both internal and external consumption is one of the major functions of the division. It is the division that is in charge of designing, printing, sales, collection and processing of application forms for Admission. It is responsible for collation as well as verification of Students’ admission credentials. It attends to all complaints on issues relating to admission matters and publicizes the list of the names of candidates offered admission into the University.

In addition, the division, in liaison with the Academic Departments, is responsible for the processing of examination results for the consideration and approval of the Senate. It also takes charge of sponsorship, scholarship and endowments for students and liaises with sponsors and parents on students’ academic results and performances. Finally, the division deals with information on students and enquiries from other Institutions and employers of labor as regards their academic records.

Students’ Affairs Division

The Students’ Affairs Division is made up of two Units, namely: Students Affairs Unit and University Sports Unit.

(a) Students Affairs Unit: The Students’ Affairs Unit of the Registry is responsible for the general welfare of students along side with guidance and counseling services for both students and staff. The objective of the unit is to assist students mainly to cope with and improve on their academic performance, choice of future career while providing guidance and counseling in other personal/social, informative, psychological and referral areas. The unit also deals with the following:

  • (i) Distribution of Identify Cards to students;
  • (ii) National Youth Service Corps Matters mobilization, posting and welfare:
  • (iii) Student Matters;
  • (iv) Students’ Clubs, Societies and Associations,
  • (v) Students’ Orientation Programs, and
  • (b) University’s Sports Unit: There is a Sports Unit that arranges sporting activities in the Institution. It shall also organize and conduct sporting exercises for students and staff of the Institution while at the same time it is the custodian of all sporting equipment and keep their records. The Sports Unit shall have different types of facilities like the Football Field, Athletics Field, Badminton Court and Table Tennis equipment. The Lawn-Tennis Court, Volleyball Court, Basketball Court, Handball Court are still under construction at the University Sports Centre. Practices in the various sports shall be held every Wednesday from 12.00 noon, the period, which shall be declared lecture free by the University Management. The University shall have a Sports Committee that sees to the smooth running of sporting activities in the University. Both staff and students shall be represented in the Committee.

The Sports Committee organizes both intramural and extramural competitions for its students and staff. The University draws up a program of sporting events and this is followed very strictly. Other sporting activities in which the Sports’ Unit are competitions include Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton, Handball, Table Tennis and a yearly sponsored Cup Competition in football. The Sports Committee engages students in external competitions that will make the University to be a force to reckon with in the sporting area.

 Industrial Liaison and Placement Division 

This Division is in charge of Students Industrial Works Experience Scheme (SIWES), which is a desirable and compulsory part of the University academic programs. It is a skill training program designed to expose students to work methods and experience in handling equipment and machinery that may not be available in educational institutions. It also strengthens employers’ involvements in the entire educational and practical training processes toward ensuring a proper exposure and adequate preparation of students for employment in the industry.

Personnel and General Administration Division 

This division is made up of four units, namely: Establishments Unit (for Senior and Junior Staff), Welfare Unit, General Administration Unit and Legal Affairs Unit. The Institution places premium on effective personnel management. This is because the successful attainment of the Institution’s objectives depends, to a large extent, on the type and quality of its staff. Consequently, this division, through its sub-units has the responsibility of ensuring that adequate, qualified and experienced staff is maintained in the University at all levels from time to time. The division also makes arrangement for constant staff development programs, by way of training and retraining within and outside the Institution, inclusive of participation in overseas short courses, seminar and technical workshops.

Establishments Unit 

It is the duty of this unit to assist the Registrar in all matters pertaining to general administration and collection of administrative data, and taking reports and maintaining personnel records. It maintains and takes custody of statutory records and documents, including preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual reports. This unit is further sub-divided into two, namely Senior Staff Establishment and Junior Staff Establishment.

The unit handles personnel matters; recruitment, promotion/ advancement, deployment, discipline and industrial relations while it also applies and interprets administrative regulations. It is the responsibility of this unit to maintain and take custody of statutory records and documents, coupled with initiating and implementing approved training policy and programs. Other responsibilities of this unit include assisting in formulating administrative budget proposals and where necessary, checking administrative vote.

 Welfare Unit 

The Welfare Unit, as the name suggests, deals with matters concerning general staff welfare in terms of staff housing, industrial and labor relations, sundry matters on staff welfare and legal matters. It also handles matters relating to pension and gratuities of retired staff. The underlying objective of the unit is to ensure a lubricated staff integration into and sustenance in the University community by attending to their needs and creating conducive atmosphere for self actualization in a scenario of job satisfaction.

Legal Affairs Unit 

The Legal Affairs Unit handles all legal issues, documentations for and on behalf of the University.

Other Service Departments

Apart from the President’s Office and the Registry, the following non-academic Departments shall also render services to the Institution.

Bursary Department 

A Bursar, who is an academically and/or professionally qualified accountant, heads the Bursary Department of the Institution and is the Chief Financial Officer of the University. The Department is responsible for all financial matters of the University including the interpretation and implementation of financial regulations and policies. Besides, the Department is charged with the responsibility of issuing receipts to students, staff and the University clients, in respect of payments for registration, and other fees and charges. The Bursar may allow for consultation with the management on issues relating to fees and other charges in responding to Students’ demands. The Bursary Department is responsible directly to the President of the University

Maintenance and Works Department 

This Department is an all purpose one, to be charged with the responsibility of providing transport facilities to the various Departments and students and the duty of ensuring that the University properties are adequately serviced and properly maintained at all times. A Chief Technical Officer heads it. The Department consists of building/civil works, mechanical works, Physical Development Unit (PDU), electrical works, plumbing, painting and cleaning divisions. By the caliber of its competent staff, the Department also offers services to the Faculty of Engineering and Environmental Studies on some practical aspects of their courses.

The functional relationship between this Department and the academic Departments goes a long way to complement the students’ practical experience during the period of study in the Institution. The Chief Technical Officer of the University receives inquiries and deal with any complaints from the management, the departments and the students on general maintenance of the Institution.

Health Center 

A Senior Medical Officer heads the Health Centre as a vital welfare service unit of the Institution and able Nurses assist it. It is the responsibility of this Centre to ensure that students, staff and their dependants are constantly in good condition of health. The Centre also endeavors to see to the prevention of epidemics by maintaining high standards of nursing care, keeping clean environment and giving Health Education to all members of the University community and their immediate environs.

Students and staff members are able to receive treatment at the Health Centre between the hours of 8.00 a. m and 4.30 p.m. daily, but emergency cases is attended to at any time of the day. The University Cafeteria and other food vendors on the Campus is subject to close supervision of the Health Centre. Other services of the Centre include family planning, counseling and health education talks on drug abuse, personal and environmental hygiene, and sexually transmitted diseases. In order to prevent epidemics, students, staff and other members of the University community enjoy prompt vaccination programs.

 Library Department 

The University Librarian heads the Library. The Library is seen as a rallying point for all the student and staff of the University regardless of their courses and occupations. Its main responsibility is to ensure a comprehensive provision of books and non-book materials for all the subjects being taught in the University; hence, the Library is classified as an academic Department.

The Computer Centre

The University Computer Centre offers full services of technical assistance to potential users. The installation is equipped with appropriate mix of modern computer systems. Computer Bureau and Consultancy Services is available in this Centre for individuals and corporate bodies who want to utilize such facilities. For further information in this respect, interested parties are free to contact the Computer Services Manager.


Accommodation and Transportation

We are proud to state that BAU provides very conducive accommodation and transportation services to her students at affordable cost and maximum security. Interested students and parents/guardians are free to contact the House Master, Student Support Office, British American University for inquiries on accommodation and transportation. The University allows public transport to convey students to and from the Campus to complement the available internal facilities.

Students Unionism 

Student Unionism is not allowed in the University in order to avoid disruption in the smooth academic and professional pursuits of the University arising from students ganging up unnecessarily against the management. The only form of students’ representation, which is allowed in the University is the one appointed by the management from time to time according to the need of the University. This policy statement is aimed at ensuring on interrupted and strict compliance to the academic calendar of the institution. However, if in future we are sure of adequate discipline among our students populace, this policy may be reversed.


We are proud to state that BAU provides very conducive accommodation services to registered students at affordable cost and maximum security. Interested students and parents/guardians are free to contact the House Master, Student Support Office of the University for Inquiries. On transportation, the University allows public transport to convey students to and from the Campus to complement the available internal facilities.


This arm of the University is where General English (GE) and English for Educational Purposes (EEP) are taught. These programs are designed for those students in need of improvement in their English Language skills prior to the actual commencement of their academic and/or professional education or as part of their education in the University. Working adults such as teachers at all levels, other employees and employers, professionals and practitioners who wish to upgrade their English Language skills are also welcomed into the Center. The Center also houses the Diploma in Business Communication program which is very popular among corporate managers, administrators and professionals who wish to improve in their communication skills alike. Again, the Center runs General Mathematics (GM) for prospective Diploma and Degree students who are somehow defective in mathematical knowledge. Students at this level will be registered for General Certificate of Examination (GCE) conducted by the National Examination Council (NECO) in Nigeria and West African Examinations Council (WAEC) in the course of their programs to make up their deficiencies. Hence, it is possible for the University to admit students from various English and Mathematics backgrounds and upgrade their skills through the Center programs.


BAU supports individuals and organizations worldwide advocating multilingual systems of education. In actual fact, we in the BAU are working toward a situation in the near future when many of the African job seekers will be filling up vacancies in other continents  such as Asia, Europe, Americas, etc as they would be comfortable with speaking and writing in French, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian,  Arabic, etc. We need to do something new today and jettison the old brigade idea that because a University in the United Kingdom, America or Nigeria has done something in certain ways in 1960, we also should follow suit dogmatically without proper evaluation of the needs of the contemporary global society. It is the hope of BAU-Florida to operate in the very near future so as to ask every student prior to admission to make a choice of language of instruction, and he/she would be taught in that language’ At present, our students are taught French as a foreign Language from their first day in the University to their graduation!


The CUFP houses the University Foundation Programs in Science, Engineering and Technology as well as in Management and Social Sciences; which are of one academic year duration. Graduates from the programs are automatically absorbed directly into appropriate Bachelor’s degree programs of the University upon their successful completion of the program.

The British American International School is the University Staff School where the children and relatives of the Staff members are given preparatory and general education up to the GCE level. The Staff School runs nursery, primary and secondary school programs and it is also open to candidates from people who are outside of the University employment. The School assists the staff of the University as well as the general community in taking care of their children and help bringing them up with a sound education. The school also serves as a feeder into the various BAU academic and professional programs.