2020 University Of Ibadan Graduation Date Has Been Released.

University Of Ibadan Graduation Date 2020 –  The University of Ibadan Deputy Registrar, S.O. Oyewumi, the convocation ceremony for the 2018/2019 set of University of Ibadan students have been scheduled to hold as reported by Campus News UI., Please take note of the information below.

University Of Ibadan Graduation Date 2020:

The University of Ibadan 2020 convocation ceremony have been scheduled to hold as follows:

1. Day One:

On the 14th of November, 2020.

2. Day Two:

On the  15th of November, 2020.

3. Day Three:

On the 16th of November, 2020.

The ceremony is happening amidst a prolonged ASUU strike and delayed resumptions since schools were shut down in March due to COVID-19 pandemic.

As reported in the released document by the school, “we congratulate graduands on the successful completion of their programmes in the University. Graduation is a very important milestone of your life. Therefore, please read this notice very carefully!”

Details of these guidelines and notice are contained in a PDF file below, you can browse the file or download to to your device.

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Important Information:

Students should also note that attendance at the International Conference Centre is opened to graduands only and parents and visitors are not allowed in the campus, neither will there be any form of partying or social gathering during the period.

All graduands are to comply with the COVID-19 protocols, including wearing of face masks, physical distancing and the use of hand sanitizers.

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