Showing posts with label Undergraduate. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Undergraduate. Show all posts

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

UNILORIN Remedial/Pre-Degree Admission List – 2016/17 [1st & 2nd]

University of Ilorin, UNILORIN 1st and 2nd remedial admission lists for the 2016/2017 academic session are out.
his is to inform all the candidates that applied for the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) 2016/2017 academic session pre-degree/remedial programme admission (including French candidates) that they can now check their admission status.

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UNILORIN remedial admission list has been successfully uploaded online. Log on to your portal ( with your Remedial Application Number  e.g. UIL/REM/2016/…. and your password to check your admission status.
If offered provisional admission, complete the acceptance form with a NON REFUNDABLE ACCEPTANCE FEE of Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000) which DOES NOT constitutes part of the school fees.

Admitted students are advised to make payment within 15days.

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Ajayi Crowther University Important Notice To Students

The management of Ajayi Crowther University wishes to inform all students of the institutions as follows:

1.Fees for accommodation in the Halls of Residence has been separated from the tuition fees. Returning students as well as the prospective students are to make a choice in respect of the Halls of Residence they wish to live in. Payment for the Halls of Residence can be done on Semester basis- Fifty-two Thousand, Five Hundred Naira (N52,500.00) or on Sessional basis- One Hundred and Five Thousand Naira (N105,000.00).

2.Upon payment for accommodation, the student should visit the University website to register for his/her choice of Hall of Residence. It shall be the prerogative of the Dean, Students’ Affairs, to allocate students to rooms as deemed fit. Students so allocated must stay in their rooms. No change of room must take place without the permission of the Dean, Students’ Affairs.

3.Squatters are not allowed in any of the University’s Halls of Residence under whatever guise. Penalty for this is the arraignment of the squatter and the host for disciplinary action. The penalty may be suspension for a session or payment of a fine of Fifty Thousand Naira (N50, 000.00) or both.

4.Upon resumption, students would tender at the gate, evidence of payment of accommodation fees, as well as the full or due instalment of tuition and other related fees. Subsequently, each student would collect at the Students’ Affairs Office, a letter of allocation of bed space, room and Hall of Residence in addition to a special Identification Pass which shall be shown to the Porter at the entry point to each Hall of Residence.

5. For the avoidance of doubt, all students must reside on campus and no waiver would be given to any student to live outside the campus.

6. The University advises students to resolve their bank-related issues and obtain ATM cards before they resume for the next academic session. The Students’ Affairs Office will no longer issue Exeat Permits based on request for banking activities outside the campus. Parents and guardians are strongly advised to equip their wards financially before resumption.

7.Parents are hereby informed that Management has stopped granting Exeat Permits to students to attend family social functions while the University is in session. This policy obtains in similar faith-based Universities and Ajayi Crowther University would not be an exception. Parents should note that this has been abused by students in the past as a ploy to leave campus at the risk of their lives, even without the knowledge of their parents. Moreover, students’ absence from the University for social events will make them miss lectures and impact negatively on their academic performance. The only reason why students will be allowed to go home will be on health grounds subject to the recommendation of the Director of this University’s Health Services.

8.All students (new intakes and returning students) are expected to carry out chest x-ray examination at any Government General / Teaching Hospital or Federal Medical Centre and obtain a certified Consultant Radiologist Report which must be submitted to the Director, University Health Services, as part of their medical examination requirements and registration in the University Health Services, Ajayi Crowther University; as Medical Certification of fitness is incomplete without a chest x-ray.

12 FUTA Students to Complete Undergraduate Programme at American University

12 Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA students to complete undergraduate programme at America University.
The Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA Professor Adebiyi Daramola has admonished the fourth set of students who recently proceeded to the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), Tallahassee, Florida, United States of America for the completion of their undergraduate programmes to sustain and improve on the already established positive image of the University during their academic sojourn in America. He stated this at a departure send-off organized for the 12 students who will be in the United States for two sessions under the aegis of the existing academic exchange programme and memorandum of understanding between both institutions.

Reviewing the performance of students in the collaboration since inception of the 4+1+1 programme under which selected FUTA students complete the last year of their undergraduate programme in FAMU and proceed to do their masters, Daramola said, “I am very happy to announce to you that your predecessors in the programme have made us proud. They keep our flag flying and keep making us shine. I want you to make FUTA shine better. Since the programme started, we have received positive reports about our students. They have performed morally and academically well. As I am talking to you, one of them who went in 2014 will be completing his Doctorate in April, 2017. This is a great feat he is almost a Ph.D. holder. That is why I always say sky is not just the limit, but the starting point for the serious type. Therefore, I urge you to utilize this rare opportunity to the best.”

While appreciating the investment of the parents, Daramola said “I congratulate parents for this huge investment into the future. This is because we all know how difficult the Nigerian economy is, especially because of the exchange rate of the naira to foreign currencies. I pray that your investment on these children will never be in vain. They will all succeed and make you and the University proud.”

Daramola admonished the students to justify their parents’ investment and be good ambassadors of their parents, the University and Nigeria. He also assured the University community about his administration’s effort in increasing collaboration with world class Universities. “Our collaboration with world class Universities keep soaring. By next year, our students will be going to Germany. This is because we want them to have opportunities their peers in other Universities in Nigeria don’t have.”

In separate addresses, the Director, International Office, FUTA, Professor Akintunde Akindahunsi, represented by Mr. John Osadeyi, the Chairman, Committee of Deans and Dean, School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, SAAT, Professor Shadrach Akindele and the Registrar, Dr. (Mrs.) Modupe Ajayi admonished the students to face their studies and not misuse the opportunity. According to them, America is a land of opportunities open to both success and failure, depending on one’s choice. They implored them to tread the path to success and be good ambassadors of the University.

According to Professor Akindahunsi, FUTA-FAMU collaboration is one of the most active and fruitful MoUs that FUTA currently has. He said efforts are in top gear to increase it for more opportunities.

Responding on behalf of his colleagues, Oladosun Olayinka of the Department of Metallurgical and Material Engineering (MME) assured the University Management and parents that they will be of good behavior and represent the nation well. He thanked the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adebiyi Daramola for the opportunity his tenure is offering students through the collaboration with world class Institutions; this he said has made FUTA globally relevant. Expressing their delight, Akintola Taofeek Kayode of the Department of Electrical Electronics Engineering and Obinegbo Oluchukwu Chidinma said they are excited about the opportunity the University has afforded them to be exposed to the outside world.

Taofeek said “I did not expect this coming my way when I started my studies here, but I see it as God’s making. I want to advice other students to study hard because there is no time success cannot come ones way,” while Chidinma said “I am really excited with this achievement. You cannot come by this opportunity in other higher Institutions in Nigeria. It is a rare privilege that should not be abused”.

They both rated FUTA has a great University saying “If you come to FUTA as nobody and leave the same, then something is wrong with you. This is because there is discipline here at FUTA with sound academic training”.
On their expectation at FAMU, they promised to make the best of the opportunity, so as to justify their parents’ investment and that of the University.

The Twelve students in the FUTA- FAMU Class of 2016/2017 are:
1. Adegbulugbe, Oluwanifemi T. Civil Engineering
2. Adeniji, Oluwasegun Samuel Civil Engineering
3. Aderibigbe, Temilola Oluwagbemiga Mathematics
4. Akintola, Taofeek Kayode Electrical & Electronics Engineering
5. Okogbue, Emmanuel Ebube Electrical & Electronics
6. Akingboye, Patricia Odun Crop, Soil & Pest
7. Bilau, Ibrahim Ajao Architecture
8. Fiola, Tolulope E. Industrial Design
9. Ojo, Oluwafemi, Emmanuel Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
10. Oladosu, Olayinka Michael Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
11. Obinegbo, Oluchukwu Chidinma Physics
12. Ologunagba, Damilola Esther Physics