Sept. 9, 2022 | Author | 0 Comments
Chrisland University 2022/2023 Admission Excercise Begins On A Smooth Note, Parents Excited
The admission excercise of Chrisland University, Abeokuta, began on Friday with several candidates writing a Computer-based Test, followed by an exhaustive Screening interview for the candidates alongside their parents.
The exercise is expected to be carried out in four batches on specified dates before September ending. The next phase is on Friday 16th September, 2022 during which many more candidates who have expressed interest to study in Chrisland University will present themselves for a CBT and Screening interview.
In all, the candidates are jostling to fill limited admission spaces in 29 courses being offered in the University, among which are; Nursing, Doctor of Physiotherapy programme, Medical Laboratory Science, Public Health, Computer Sciences, Cyber Security, Software Engineering, Accounting and Mass Communication.
The other courses are Criminology and Security Studies, International Relations, Political Science, Psychology, Biochemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Business Administration, Economics and English Language.
Over a hundred parents who accompanied their wards to the excercise expressed excitement at the level of organization, openness, competitiveness and transparency of the admission process.
Addressing the large gathering of parents and candidates at the University Auditorium, the Chairman, Admission Committee and Head, Department of Mass Communication, Prof Olufemi Onabajo said Chrisland University offers a springboard for the total development of young individuals as emerging transformation leaders who would be moulded and trained to be leading entrepreneurs.
Prof Onabajo, an erstwhile Vice-Chancellor of a University located in Ibadan, assured that Chrisland University is a safe abode free from the usual vices common to many campuses such as cultism, drug addictions and like.
The University Registrar, Mr Samuel Omotoso was at hand to address various issues raised by parents during a question and answer session, many of which had to do with the operational codes for students and availability of infrastructural facilities for the comfort of students.
In her assessment of the Admission exercise, the Principal Assistant Registrar (Academic Affairs), Dr Mercy Agumadu commended the various screening teams and other coordinators of the various sub-committees for their excellent team play and fantastic delivery.
Mr Omotoso disclosed that the admission process is still ongoing, urging candidates still willing to study in the institution to visit www.chrislanduniversity.edu.ng to register.