Hosts JUPEB Management visits Dominion University
Dominion University welcomed a team from the Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB) for a pre-affiliation visit on March 7, 2023. The visit was a significant milestone in the history of Dominion University, as it signals the potential for an affiliation agreement between the two institutions.
The visitation team, led by JUPEB’s Registrar and Chief Executive Officer, Prof. Solomon Adewale Okunuga, was warmly received by Dominion University’s Vice Chancellor, Prof. Abel Olorunnisola, the university management team, and staff. The team also included Prof. Oladele Talabi, the Director of JUPEB Programme at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Mrs. Ogbinaka Odiri, Head of JUPEB Programme Accreditation, and Mrs. Agnes Jegede, Personal Assistant to the Registrar.
JUPEB is a national examination board that offers a one-year programme for candidates who wish to gain direct entry into the second year of their chosen degree courses in Nigerian and foreign universities. The programme is designed to be an intensive coaching curriculum that prepares candidates for the university’s Direct Entry admission.
The visitation team was taken on a tour of Dominion University’s facilities, including lecture halls, laboratories, and the library. The team expressed their satisfaction with the quality of facilities and the level of preparedness demonstrated by the university.
During the visit, Dominion University expressed its commitment to academic excellence and providing its students with the best possible learning experience. The affiliation with JUPEB would be a significant boost for Dominion University, as it would allow the institution to offer a broader range of programmes to its students.
In his remarks, Prof. Abel Olorunnisola thanked the visitation team and assured them of Dominion University’s commitment to academic excellence. He further stated that the potential affiliation with JUPEB would be a step in the right direction towards achieving this goal.
In conclusion, Dominion University’s hosting of JUPEB for pre-affiliation assessment marks a significant milestone in the institution’s history. The potential affiliation agreement with JUPEB would enable Dominion University to offer a more comprehensive range of programmes to its students and further enhance the university’s academic excellence. Dominion University remains committed to providing its students with the best possible learning experience and achieving academic excellence.