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Ezeme, Titus Sunday
Welcome to the School of Languages where we promote Language, the most powerful emblems of social behavior.

The School of Languages of Federal College of Education (Technical), Umunze presently is the last born of the institution. It was as if it came up in 2011/2012 academic session when least expected. The school is made up of two departments – English Department and Igbo Department.
The idea behind the establishment of the school is to train students who are sound to offer degree courses in the institution. The school started with about fifty students and eighteen academic staff. The first and second academic years of the school were headed by the following persons:

Dr. Mrs. Udensi, Ukamaka. J Dean
Mr. Onyeagba, Chukwuemeka, C HOD English
Mrs. Okpalike, Bridget. I HOD Igbo
2013/2014 and 2014/2015 academic years were headed by:
Mr Onyeagba, Chukwuemeka, C Dean
Mr Ezeme, Titus. S. HOD English
Miss Onunkwo, Benedette. N. HOD Igbo
2015/2016 and 2016/2017 academic year was headed by:
Dr. Mrs. Udensi, Ukamaka. J Dean
Mrs. Okafor, Amaka Mary HOD English
Mrs. Okpalike, Bridget. I HOD Igbo
2017/2018 academic year is headed by:
Mr Ezeme, Titus. S. Dean
Miss Onunkwo, Benedette. N. HOD English
Oguejiofor N. HOD Igbo
Mrs. Ngozi Nwosu Ag. HOD Social Studies
Mrs. Ezenwile Uche Ag. HOD Political Science
Mrs. Enwere E. C. HOD Economics

Presently the School offers a three year programme that leads to award of NCE in:
English/Igbo Education
Igbo/English Education
English/Social Studies
English/Political Science
The school has the population of six hundred and eighty students (680)
With an academic work – force of twenty five lecturers, the school extends its services to other departments in the institution. Such departments include:
General Studies Education
Early Childhood Education
Primary Education Development
Library Information Science
Education Management Policy
Man is a language and political animal. The secret of one’s intellectual and social success both in the university and outside university depend on ones positive communicative competence. In fact ones perception and expression of the reality around one depend on ones knowledge of words to express them. A command of language will improve the process of one’s mind. It will give one assurance, build ones confidence, lend colour to ones personality and increases ones popularity.
The School of Languages aims at assisting students acquire positive communicative competence that promotes intelligibility.
Current Dean is Ezeme, Titus Sunday