UI withdrew 97 Students for poor performance


The authorities of the University of
Ibadan have advised 97 students of the
university to withdraw from the
institution for their failure to obtain the
minimum academic requirement at the
end of the 2014/15 academic session.
A statement by the university’s Registrar,
Olujimi Olukoya, stated that three of the
students voluntarily withdrew from the
school, adding that the affected students
were from seven faculties and at various
levels, including those in the final year of
their studies.
The statement read, “The Senate, at its
meeting of Monday, February 1, 2016,
approved that the candidates should
withdraw from the university for failure to
obtain the minimum academic requirements
at the end of the 2014/2015 session.”
Meanwhile, the National Universities
Commission has ranked the institution as
the best university in Nigeria in 2015. The
University of Lagos placed second while the
University of Benin came third.
Obafemi Awolowo University , Ile-Ife, and
Ahmadu Bello University occupy the
fourth and fifth positions respectively.
Source: Punch


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