Cost of living at Maryam Abacha American University of Niger
65 - 125 Euro / month
150 Euro / month
Cost of living
50 Euro / month
16 Euro / month
About Maryam Abacha American University of Niger
Maryam Abacha American University of Niger, acronym (MAAUN). It is the first English speaking university in the Republic of Niger and also the first bilingual university in the Sub-Saharan Africa. It is a large private International university situated in Maradi, second largest city in Niger Republic. It is an institution with a wide range of programs, faculties and departments, offering undergraduate and post graduate degrees in Applied and Basic sciences, in Liberal Arts, in Social and Management sciences. It is a university with a population of over ten thousand under graduates and more than five thousand post graduate students.
Why Study at Maryam Abacha American University of Niger
International study environment
The institution is largely diversified, friendly and united racial environment, hence new students can easily assimilate and feel at home.
Competent and dedicated Academic staff, which is highly skilled, experienced and capable to meet the 21st century students’ academic needs.
Highly regarded and internationally accredited, the university certification is world class, hence chances of internship recognition and employment after successful graduation are high.
The university emphasizes the importance of establishing, nurturing and developing an innovative culture within each student for the global market.
Maradi is the second largest city in Niger and the administrative centre of Maradi Region. It is also the seat of the Maradi Department and an Urban Commune. The city is divided into three urban municipalities: Maradi l, Maradi ll and Maradi lll. Maradi is centred on the Grand-marché, a large daily market of wholesale, retail, and agricultural goods from across south central Niger and also the cross-border trade with Nigeria. Some of the districts in the town include Zaria and Sabon Gari in the north, and to the west Mokoya, Dan Gouleye, Bagalam, Yandaka, Maradawa, Hassao and Limantchi.