UI Important Notice To All Newly Admitted Students

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University of Ibadan, UI Important Notice To All Newly Admitted Students

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All Matriculants, including postgraduate students who are not graduates of the University of Ibadan must present themselves for Matriculation.

See also: UI Matriculation Ceremony Date For Newly Admitted Students 2015/2016 Schedule

Matriculants must be formally dressed and seated in the International Conference Centre not later than 9:30am. ANY STUDENT who is not properly dressed and seated by 9:30am will not be allowed into the Hall.

Academic gowns and caps are to be collected from the Faculties (Deans’ Offices) from Tuesday, 8 March, 2016.

The academic gowns and caps must be returned immediately after the Ceremony. Defaulters may be prevented from writing the 2015/2016 First Semester Examinations.

The Matriculation Register will be signed in the Faculties (Deans’ Offices) except the College of Medicine Matriculants, who will sign the Register at the venue of the ceremony.

The cooperation of all concerned is hereby solicited.

NB: Parents should please note that ONLY ACCREDITED PHOTOGRAPHERS with endorsed tags by the University would be allowed to operate at the Matriculation venue, and non-accredited personal Photographers would be disallowed for security reasons.

Other Information:

All new/ fresh graduates of the institution that they are to cross-check their data at portal via finalists.ui.edu.ng

All newly admitted students of the institution should also visit the Admissions Portal (admissions.ui.edu.ng) to fill and print the medical registration forms.

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