The Vice Chancellor of the University of Ibadan as assured all the students that the revised academic calendar would be presented to the Senate on Monday.
In a statement signed by him, he assured the public that the revised academic calendar would be presented to senate on Monday.
“My Dear Colleagues, Compatriots, Friends and Staff of the University of Ibadan,
The last eight months have been very harrowing, traumatic, disturbing and unnerving for our University community and to me particularly, for the financial hardship and emotional stress and strain occasioned by the avoidable strike and withheld salaries. I feel pained in the face of my helplessness as the Vice Chancellor of the University of Ibadan seeing people going through such terrible experiences.
My heart bleeds and I inwardly shed tears for the inhumane treatment we all have been subjected to in our patriotic service to our great Nation. I feel your pain and I share in the anguish of this very difficult time.
One glaring truth I cannot deny is that you have all sacrificed immensely to make this system works even while the strike lasted; your responsibilities of research and community service continued unabated while on strike. I go online daily and I see new publications in reputable journals, societal engagements, grant awards etc., by staff and students of our great University, all of which have culminated in the result of the recently released Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2023 where the University of Ibadan maintained her lead as the best University in Nigeria.
You have sacrificed greatly and you are still
You have sacrificed greatly and you are still sacrificing, as a matter of fact, it is almost impossible for me to ask that you make additional sacrifice. However, if we must achieve the lofty heights we all envisage our beloved University gets to, you will please
indulge me to plead for sacrifices as we trudge on.
Esteemed compatriots, I was quite glad when Comrade President, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke said there is light at the end of the tunnel and the strike was thereafter suspended. We might not have achieved the ultimate with the strike, but it is my believe that we have moved some steps forward in the realization of the dream to make our University what it should truly be. It is my sincere hope that the Federal Government will keep faith with the understanding reached and make the dividends of the strike to “drop” soonest.
May I humbly state here that the 14th of October, 2022 is particularly an emotional date for me, one, the strike clocked exactly eight month on that day and the suspension was announced that day; two, the day was exactly one year that the Council announced my name as the 13th Vice Chancellor of this great University. You therefore can understand my mixed emotions.
With the strike behind us, we have to pick up from where we were to continue the Session.
To ensure a smooth takeoff, the Committee of Provosts, Deans and Directors met on Friday 14 October, 2022 to consider a revision of the Academic Calendar, the proposal will be taken to Senate on Monday 17 October, 2022 for discussion, further input and approval.
Esteemed Colleagues, I passionately appeal for your understanding in this very difficult circumstance, to please join hands with the Management as we go forward to complete this Session and move on to the next.
I solemnly promise that I will do all within my power and ability of the Management to ensure that needed support is provided to make your job hassles free.
We are all aware of the challenge of funding, but we will prudently manage whatever is available for the good of all.
Once again, I sincerely appreciate your commitment to the system, unending sacrifices and doggedness to make the University of Ibadan truly great, and sustain the University System in Nigeria. Specifically, I thank the ASUU, UI, JAC UI and NAAT UI, for showing understanding.
I do hope I can continue to count on your goodwill.
To again borrow the words of Comrade President Emmanuel Osodeke, there is indeed light at the end of the tunnel, and I pray that nothing will put out the light we have seen.
God bless you and your families.”
Professor Kayode Oyebode Adebowale, mni, FAS
14 October, 2022
ADMISSION LIST: CHECK OUT LISTS OF SCHOOLS THAT HAVE RELEASED ADMISSION LIST FOR 2023/2024 SESSION
To proceed to check the available admission lists for 2023/2024, find below, a list of all schools’ admission lists and click on the link indicating the name of the school. This will grant you access to the guidelines on how to check the school’s admission list.
So far, the universities, polytechnics, and Colleges of education that have released their 2023/2024 Admission lists are listed below;
Universities That Have Released Admission Lists
BMU first batch admission list, 2023/2024
UNIMED admission list for 2023/2024
UNILAG Admission List 2023/2024 out
Chrisland University admission list, 2023/2024 available
Maranatha University admission list, 2023/2024 available
Augustine University admission list, 2023/2024 out
FUPRE admission list, 2023/2024 out
SSU admission list, 2023/2024 out
IAUE admission list, 2023/2024 session out
ABUAD Admission list, 2023/2024 out
First Technical University Admission list, 2023/2024 out
MOUAU admission list, 2023/2024 available
OAUSTECH Admission list, 2023/2024 out
GOUNI Admission list, 2023/2024 out
Fountain University Admission list, 2023/2024 out
Crawford University Admission list, 2023/2024 out
ESUT Admission list, 2023/2024 out
Bowen University Admission list, 2023/2024 out
FUOYE Admission list, 2023/2024 out
Claretian University Admission List 2023/2024 Session Out
Federal University of Health Sciences, Azare admission list, 2023/2024
UNIUYO admission list, 2023/2024 out
NSUK admission list, 2023/2024
BOUESTI releases admission list, 2023/2024
Christopher University admission list, 2023/2024
Bingham University Admission List 2023/2024
Thomas Adewumi University admission list, 2023/2024
Clifford University admission list, 2023/2024
Edwin Clark University admission list, 2023/2024
Ahman Pategi University admission list, 2023/2024
FUDutsin-ma releases admission list, 2023/2024
EBSU Admission List 2023/2024
DELSU UTME admission list for 2023/2024 session
Covenant University admission list, 2023/2024
Ajayi Crowther University Admission List 2023/2024
Admiralty University of Nigeria admission list, 2023/2024
UMYU UTME admission list, 2023/2024
CRUTECH Admission List, 2023/2024
Dennis Osadebay University admission list, 2023/2024
Bells university Admission List out, 2023/2024
EDSU admission list for 2023/2024 session
KWASU admission list for 2023/2024 session
NDA 75th regular course admission list
Evangel University Admission list, 2023/2024
Polytechnics That Have Released Admission Lists
PTI ND Full-Time Admission List, 2023/2024
Fed Poly Idah ND full-time admission List, 2023/2024
Delta Poly Ogwashiuku Full-Time ND Admission List, 2023/2024
Fed Poly, Ilaro ND full-time admission list, 2023/2024 out
Fed Poly Bauchi ND admission list, 2023/2024 out
NEKEDEPOLY ND admission list, 2023/2024
Federal Poly Oko ND Admission list, 2023/2024
Ibadan Poly ND admission list, 2023/2024
IMT ND admission list out on Jamb CAPS, 2023/2024
OGITECH Admission List, 2023/2024
Fed Poly Nasarawa ND Admission List, 2023/2024
Colleges of Education That Have Released Admission List
Federal College Of Education (Special), Oyo admission lists,, 2023/2024
Kwara State COE NCE admission lists, 2023/2024
EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY, ABAKALIKI RELEASES 2ND BATCH ADMISSION LIST ON JAMB CAPS
The 2nd batch of the admission list has been made available on the school’s portal. Candidates can access it via the PDF file below;
BAYELSA MEDICAL UNIVERSITY (BMU) RELEASES FIRST BATCH ADMISSION LIST FOR THE 2023/2024 ACADEMIC SESSION
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