THE Vice-Chancellor of University of Ibadan (UI), Prof Isaac Adewole, yesterday said the institution would admit 3,700 of the 8,992 candidates who wrote the post-University Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) last weekend.
The five best candidates will be given scholarships.
Adewole, who was represented by the Deputy-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Emilolorun Ayelari, said the result is now available on the institution’s website.
The candidates are: Adetunji AbdulRaham (55328333ED, 86, Law); Amaji Obinna Charles (55110959DE, 86, Medicine and Surgery); Adebiyi Tijesunimi (55361970BC, 85, Electrical and Electronics Engineering); Oke Dorcas (55974720AJ, 83, Medicine and Surgery) and Olowosulu Cassandra Olawumi (56630251JB, 83, Medicine and Surgery).
The VC said: “23,200 candidates scored above 200 in UTME, 20,800 applied for the post UTME in our institution and only 19,268 took the screening and examination.
[quote_center]“Our new method of admitting students with the O’ Level and UTME result has really reduced students from withdrawing in their first year due to poor performances.[/quote_center]
“The performances of the five best candidates will be monitored and they may be retained after their studies here.
“The public is hereby warned not to influence the admission officials.”