University of Ibadan, UI To Admit 3,700 Candidates, Offers Scholarship To Best 5 In Post-UTME
Following the conclusion of the University of Ibadan (UI) post-UTME screening, the vice chancellor of the institution, Prof Isaac Adewole has disclosed that the school would only admit 3,700 candidates out of 8,992 that wrote the examination.
The VC, who was speaking through the Deputy-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Emilolorun Ayelari, said that five candidates who scored highest scores will be given scholarship by the university.
He named the candidates as: Adetunji AbdulRaham (55328333ED, scored 86, Law); Amaji Obinna Charles (55110959DE scored 86, Medicine and Surgery); Adebiyi Tijesunimi (55361970BC, scored 85, Electrical and Electronics Engineering); Oke Dorcas (55974720AJ, scored 83, Medicine and Surgery) and Olowosulu Cassandra Olawum (56630251JB, scored 83, Medicine and Surgery).
Given a statistics of the candidates, Adewole said that 23,200 candidates scored above 200 in UTME while 20,800 applied for the post UTME, of which only 19,268 took the screening test.
The VC, however, warned members of the public not to influence the institution’s admission officials for admission into the University.