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UI Vice Chancellor Warns Against Cultism As 4,800 Students Matriculates

At the recently celebrated matriculation ceremony of the University of Ibadan (UI), the Vice Chancellor, Professor Idowu Olayinka, which 4,800 freshmen were matriculated into the various disciplines of the university, were warned against involvement in cultism or other acts capable of working against their career.

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The 4,800 candidates invited for the matriculation ceremony comprised 3,225 UTME and 783 Direct Entry students.

The VC said that the 4,800 candidates were selected out of the 32,587 candidates who scored 180 and above in the UTME as well as 2,512 who applied for Direct Entry admission.

The VC admonished the students to see their admission as a rare privilege to study in the nation’s premier university.


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