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Three emerge UNILAG best graduating students

Three graduating students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) who all bagged 4.97 CGPA from different courses have emerged as the institution’s best graduating students…

Three graduating students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) who all bagged 4.97 CGPA from different courses have emerged as the institution’s best graduating students for the 2016/2017 Convocation ceremony.

At the first in the series of convocation ceremonies held at the

University campus, Akoka, Lagos, the UNILAG Vice Chancellor, Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe said a total 12, 638 students would be graduated in a three-day convocation ceremonies with 6,816, representing 53.9 percent being awarded with their first degree and 5,822, representing 46.1 percent postgraduate degrees.

According to the Vice Chancellor, the trio of Mathew, Jeffery Jude (BSc Biochemistry), Roy-Layinde, Bosun Abbas (Bsc Chemical Engineering) and Babawale, Oludare Emmanuel (BSc. Chemistry) all scored 4.97 CGPA, thus emerging as the best graduating students for the 2016/2017 academic session.

“True to our mission, the University of Lagos continues to maintain the tradition of producing top quality graduates who are well-trained and well-equipped to compete favourably with their counterparts here in the nation and at any international space and stage,” Prof Ogundipe said.

The Vice Chancellor further explained that out of the 6,816 who are graduating with their first degrees, a total of 3,320 graduands participated in the first day convocation, spreading across faculties of Arts, Education, Environmental Sciences, Science and Social Science.

“One interesting feature of today is that we are graduating our first set of students with B.A Chinese who completed their four-year programme here in University of Lagos after spending two years in Soochow University, China,” he said.

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