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UI opens special window to admit students for open distance learning

 The University of Ibadan said on Saturday that it had established a special window for all post-UTME applicants who were competent but were turned down for admission to the institution's face-to-face mode of study.

The institution acknowledged that a small admissions quota prevented some competent applicants from being accepted.

The institution also mentioned how difficult it is to get into the university.

These disclosures were made by the institution's registrar, Olubunmi Faluyi, in a statement that was released on Saturday and made available to AMT ENTERTAIN.

She further stated that people who were qualified but were not accepted into the full-time programs will be admitted through open distance learning.

The institution also stated that interested candidates would need to modify their mode of study on the institution's mode of study application page to ODeL.

Moreover, candidates who expressed interest in attending the university but did not register for the JAMB exam may also be accepted, according to the statement.

Such candidates, according to the school, could take advantage of the chance to apply as well

Additionally, it stated that the applicants might be approved to enroll in the university's open distance and eLearning (ODeL) program.

According to her, "Students in the ODeL Mode of Studies are exposed to the same curriculum by the same university lecturers as their counterparts in the physical classroom mode, saying UI ODeL students would sit for the same examinations, obtain the same UI certificates, and also be eligible for mobilization for NYSC scheme."

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