The management board of the University of Ilorin (unilorin) has disclosed, that as parts of activities marking its 32nd convocation ceremony, which was held at the University of Ilorin on Friday, the institution graduated a total number of 8,038 students among whom, 67 made first class.
According to the institution Vice Chancellor, Abdulganiy Ambali, who made this information public at a press briefing heralding the commencement of activities lined up for the ceremony at the university auditorium on Monday.
According to the VC, Mr. Ambali, said that the Chairman of the Association of West African Universities (AWAU), disclosed that the figure comprises 1,903 Postgraduate, 609 Undergraduate of First Degree and 66 Diploma graduands.
According to the Mr. Ambali, who shared this information via press conference, he said that the Postgraduate graduands consist of a total of;
1,300 Academic Master,
186 Professional Master,
He also disclosed that the institution awarded a total of 6069 first degree and 66 Diploma graduands also in various academic disciplines across 12 Faculties and the Institute of Education.
Here is Mr. Ambali statement quoted below;
“Of our 6,069 First Degree graduands, 67 of them made the First Class and 1,505 made a Second Class Upper Division grade. Additionally, we have 3,200 Second Class Lower Division, 1124 Third Class Division and 70 Pass graduands. Those who had Pass were 82 last year,” Mr. Ambali disclosed to the press.