The Acting Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Wole Banjo has commended the choice of the University by new intakes for Postgraduate Studies.
Prof. Banjo made the statement at the orientation programme organised for the newly admitted Students at the Ijagun Campus of the University recently.
Prof Banjo assured the Students that their choice of the University is right as TASUED remains the unique University taking giant strides in its quest for global excellence and recognition.
“Your choice of the University for your higher degrees is well deserved because of the uniqueness of the University in teaching the content, pedagogy and andragogy”,he added.
He further noted that TASUED Postgraduate Programmes are the most affordable and accessible in the Country.
The Acting Vice-Chancellor further disclosed that for the 2020/2021 session, a total number of 415 students were offered admission in various fields. He assured the students of exposure to the operational guidelines of their studies and research work in the University.
“To further enhance our service delivery, the Postgraduate College building sponsored by TETFUND will soon be handed over for the use of the College in addition to our smart classroom”, he assured.
Earlier in his welcome address, the Provost, Postgraduate College, Prof. Mushay Ogundipe urged the newly admitted Students to pay close attention to the orientation programme and to acquaint themselves with all procedures for the Programmes.
Going down memory lane, Prof. Ogundipe traced the establishment of the Postgraduate College to 2014/2015 when the Postgraduate Diploma in Education Programme commenced.
Different papers were later presented.
Prof. Eunice M.Hassan spoke on “University facilities on ground: Counselling and Human Development Centre” while the Chairman, Teaching Practice Board, Prof. Gbenga Oworu delivered a paper on “Registration, Course Work and Intership”.
Other Paper Presenters were the Deputy Bursar, Mr Wale Oduyoye; the Deputy Director, University Medical Services, Dr Femi Oso; the Chairman, University Sports Council, Prof. Modupe Banjo and the University Librarian, Mrs Sola Oyesiku.