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The University of Ibadan is a federal university in Nigeria located at Ibadan, Oyo State of Nigeria.
Established in 1948 as a College of the University of London in a special relationship scheme, it became a full-fledged independent University in 1963.
It is the only degree-awarding institution in Nigeria established before the country gained independence in 1960.
At the foundation, the university had 104 students and 6 departments namely Classics, English, History, Religious Studies, Geography, and Mathematics.
Between 1948 and 1949 the university had 3 faculties namely Arts, Science, and Medicine. Today it has grown to 16 faculties with a current student enrollment of 35,000.
The following slides present an overview of the University as of 2019.

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University of Ibadan

  1. 1. UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN D R . B A S I L B E M G B A A C H I E M B B S I B A D A N
  2. 2. UNIBADAN ANTHEM UNIBADAN fountain head Of true learning deep and sound Soothing spring for all who thirst Bounds of knowledge to advance Pledge to serve our cherished goals Self reliance, Unity That our nation may with pride Help to build a world that’s truly free UNIBADAN first and best Raise true minds for a noble cause; Social justice, equal chances Greatness won with honest toil Guide our people this to know Wisdom’s best to service turned Help enshrine the right to learn For a mind that knows is a mind that’s free
  3. 3. OUTLINE • Introduction • Background • Motto/Vision/Mission • Faculties • Courses offered • Other Academic Units • Administration • Facilities • Some Prominent Alumni
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION • The University of Ibadan is a federal research University in Nigeria located at Ibadan, Oyo State of Nigeria. • Established in 1948 as a College of the University of London in a special relationship scheme, it became a full-fledged independent University in 1963. • It is the only degree awarding institution in Nigeria established before the country gained independence in 1960. • At the foundation the university had 104 students and 6 departments namely Classics, English, History, Religious Studies, Geography and Mathematics. • Between 1948 and 1949 the university had 3 faculties namely Arts, Science and Medicine. Today it has grown to 16 faculties with a current student enrollment of 35,000. • The following slides present an overview of the University as of 2020.
  5. 5. BACKGROUND • On November 17, 1948 the university was established as an extension of the University of London known as University College Ibadan. • Leading the British delegation to the inauguration ceremony was the then British Secretary of State for the colonies, Arthur Creech Jones. • 17th November has since been adopted as the University’s Foundation Day and final convocation ceremony. • In 1957 the first extension to the university, the College of Medicine, which include a 500-bed teaching hospital, the University College Hospital Ibadan, was created. • In September 2016 the University became the first Nigerian University to make the top 1000 universities in Times Higher Education Rankings.
  6. 6. MOTTO AND VISION • MOTTO – Recte Sapere Fons (To think straight is the fount of knowledge) • VISION – To be a world class institution for academic excellence geared towards meeting societal needs.
  7. 7. MISSION • To expand the frontiers of knowledge through provision of excellent conditions for learning and research • To produce graduates who are worthy in character and sound judgement • To contribute to the transformation of society through creativity and innovation • To serve as a dynamic custodian of society’s salutary values and thus sustain its integrity
  8. 8. FACULTIES OF UNIBADAN • The university of Ibadan currently runs academic programs in sixteen faculties. • Four of those faculties are grouped under the College of Medicine
  9. 9. FACULTIES (16) • College of Medicine – Four Faculties – Basic Medical Sciences – Clinical Sciences – Dentistry – Public Health • Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry • Faculty of Law • Faculty of Economics • Faculty of Environmental Design and Management • Faculty of Education • Faculty of Veterinary Medicine • Faculty of Technology • Faculty of Social Sciences • Faculty of Arts • Faculty of Science • Faculty of Pharmacy • Renewable Natural Resources
  10. 10. COURSES OFFERED BY UNIBADAN FACULTY COURSES College of Medicine 1. Medicine and Surgery 2. Dentistry 3. Physiotherapy 4. Biochemistry 5. Physiology 6. Human Nutrition 7. Nursing Science Pharmacy 1. Pharmacy Agriculture and Forestry 1. Agriculture 2. Fisheries and Wildlife Management 3. Forestry Resources management
  11. 11. FACULTY COURSES Arts 1. Arabic Language and Literature 2. Islamic Studies 3. Archeology 4. Archeology Combined (Archeology with History, Archeology with Classics, and Archeology with Religious Studies) 5. Anthropology 6. Classics 7. Religious Studies 8. Communication and Language Arts 9. Linguistics and African Studies (Linguistics, Yoruba, and Igbo) 10. History 11. English Language and Literature 12. Philosophy 13. European Studies (French, Russian, and German) 14. Theatre Arts
  12. 12. FACULTY COURSES Law 1. Law Veterinary Medicine 1. Veterinary Medicine Technology 1. Agricultural and Environmental Engineering 2. Civil Engineering 3. Industrial Production Engineering 4. Petroleum Engineering 5. Electrical and Electronic Engineering 6. Mechanical Engineering 7. Food Technology 8. Wood Products Engineering Social Sciences 1. Economics 2. Geography 3. Political Science 4. Psychology 5. Sociology
  13. 13. FACULTY COURSES Education 1. Adult Education 2. Education Management 3. Teacher Education (Arts, Social Sciences, Science, and Pre- Primary Education) 4. Special Education 5. Human Kinetics 6. Health Education 7. Guidance and Counselling 8. Library Studies Science 1. Archeology Single Honours 2. Archeology Combined (with Geology, Geography, Zoology or Botany) 3. Anthropology 4. Chemistry 5. Industrial Chemistry 6. Geography
  14. 14. FACULTY COURSES Science 7. Computer Science 8. Geology 9. Mathematics 10. Physics 11. Statistics 12. Zoology 13. Botany 14. Microbiology
  15. 15. OTHER ACADEMIC UNITS OF UNIBADAN • Institute of Child Health • Institute of Education • Institute of African Studies • Centre for Child, Adolescent and Mental Health • Centre for Educational Media Resource Studies • African Regional Centre for Information Science (ARCIS) • Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CEPACS) • Centre for Petroleum, Energy, Economics and Law (CPEEL) • Centre for Sustainable Development
  16. 16. • Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEI) • Institute for Advanced Medical Research and Training (AMRAT) • Centre for Drug Discovery, Development and Production (CDDDP) • Centre for Control and Prevention of Zoonosis (CCPZ) • National Institute for Maternal Child and Neonatal Health (NIMCNH) • Institute for Infectious Diseases • The Ibarapa Community Health project • The Schlumbergen Learning Centre • The General Studies Programme • The Distance Learning Centre
  17. 17. UNIVERSITY FACILITIES • The Kenneth Dike library • The Computing Centre • The University Press • The Zoological Garden • The Botanical Garden • Media Centre which includes a Radio Station • University Bookshop • Student Halls of residence • Staff residences
  18. 18. STUDENT HALLS OF RESIDENCE • UNIBADAN has 12 halls of residence, 10 undergraduate halls and 2 postgraduate halls with a total optimum capacity of 8000.
  19. 19. UNDERGRADUATE HALLS (10) HALL FORMALLY OPENED NAMED AFTER Mellanby Hall 17 November 1952 Prof. Kenneth Mellanby (1908-1993), First Principal of University College Ibadan from 1947-1953 Tedder Hall 17 November 1952 Lord Tedder (1890-1967), Marshall of the Royal Air Force from 1950 to 1967. Kuti Hall 1954 Rev Israel Oladotun Ransome Kuti (1891- 1955) Sultan Bello Hall 1962 Sultan Muhammed Bello (1781-1837), grandfather of Sir Ahmadu Bello. Queen Elizabeth II Hall 1956 HM Queen Elizabeth II Alexander Brown Hall 1957 Prof. Alexander Brown (1910-1969), first professor of medicine of the university. Independence Hall 1961 Named in commemoration of Nigeria’s independence Nnamdi Azikiwe Hall 1963/64 session Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe (1904-1996), first Indigenous Governor General and President of Nigeria. Idia Hall 1975 Idia, 15th century Bini Queen.
  20. 20. POST GRADUATE HALLS (2) HALL FORMALLY OPENED NAMED AFTER Tafawa Balewa Hall 1968 Sir Alhaji Tafawa Balewa (1912- 1966), first Prime Minister of Independent Nigeria. Abdulsalami Abubakar Hall 2002 General Abdulsalami Abubakar, former Head of State of Nigeria.
  21. 21. CURRENT ADMINISTRATION VISITOR President Muhammadu Buhari PRO-CHANCELLOR & CHAIRMAN Nde Joshua Mutka Waklek CHANCELLOR Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar, Sultan of Sokoto VICE CHANCELLOR Professor Abel Idowu Olayinka DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (ADMINISTRATION) Professor Kayode Oyebode Adebowale DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR (ACADEMICS) Professor Adebola Babatunde Ekanola DEPUTY VICE CHNCELLOR (RESEARCH, INNOVATION AND STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP) Professor Olanike Kudirat Adeyemo REGISTRAR Mrs. Olubunmi Faluyi LIBRARIAN Dr. Helen O. Komolafe-Opadeji
  22. 22. VISITORS OF UNIBADAN VISITOR TENURE Sir John Macpherson 1954 – 1955 Sir James Robertson 1955 – 1960 Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe 1963 – 1966 Major General Aguiyi Ironsi 1966 Major General Yakubu Gowon 1966 – 1975 Brigadier Murtala Mohammed 1975 – 1976 Lt. General Olusegun Obasanjo 1976 – 1979 President Shehu Usman Aliyu Shagari 1979 – 1983 Major General Muhammadu Buhari 1983 – 1985 Major General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida 1985 – 1993
  23. 23. VISITORS OF UNIBADAN VISITOR TENURE Chief Ernest Shonekan 1993 General Sani Abacha 1993 – 1998 General Abdulsalam Abubakar 1998 – 1999 Chief Olusegun Obasanjo 1999 – 2007 Alhaji Umaru Yar Adua 2007 – 2010 Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan 2010 – 2015 President Muhammadu Buhari 2015 – Date
  24. 24. PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI CURRENT VISITOR BORN 17 DECEMBER 1942 ASSUMED OFFICE 29 MAY 2015 • President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria since 29 May 2015.
  25. 25. PRO CHANCELLORS/CHAIRMEN OF COUNCIL PRO CHANCELLOR/CHAIRMAN OF COUNCIL TENURE Chief The Hon. Sir Samuel Manuwa 1967 – 1975 Alhaji Abdulrrahman Okene 1975 – 1981 Dr. Christopher G. Okojie 1981 – 1983 Dr. Sam J. Cookey 1984 – 1985 Prof T. M. Yesufu 1985 – 1986 Alhaji (Dr. ) Liman Ciroma 1986 – 1992 Prof. Iya Abubakar 1992 – 1999 Mr. Felix Ohiwerei 1999 – 2004 Mr. Gamaliel O. Onosode 2005 – 2008 Chief Wole Olanipekun, SAN 2009 – 2013 General Adeyinka Adebayo Rtd. 2013 – 2015 Dr. Umar Musa Mustapha 2015 – 2017 Nde Joshua Mutka Waklek 2017 – Date
  26. 26. NDE JOSHUA MUTKA WAKLEK CURRENT PRO-CHANCELLOR&CHAIRMAN OF COUNCIL BORN 31 DECEMBER 1949 ASSUMED OFFICE 9 MAY 2017
  27. 27. CHANCELLORS OF UNIBADAN CHANCELLOR TENURE Alhaji Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa 1963 – 1966 Sir Kashim Ibrahim 1967 – 1975 His Highness Alhaji Ado Bayero, Emir of Kano 1976 – 1984 His Highness Omo N’oba N’edo Oku Akpolokpolo Oba Erediauwa, Oba of Benin 1984 - 1994 His Highness Orchivirigh Alfred Akawe Torkula, Tor Tiv IV 1994 - 2001 His Highness Alhaji Ado Bayero, Emir of Kano 2001 - 2014 His Highness Sultan Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar, Sultan of Sokoto 2014 – Date
  28. 28. HRH ALHAJI SA’AD ABUBAKAR, SULTAN OF SOKOTO CURRENT CHANCELLOR BORN 24 AUGUST 1956
  29. 29. VICE CHANCELLORS OF UNIBADAN S/No NAME DESIGNATION TENURE 1 Prof. Kenneth Mellanby Principal 1947 – 1953 2 Prof J. T. Saunders Principal 1953 – 1956 3 Prof John H. Parry principal 1956 – 1960 4 Prof. Kenneth Dike Principal/Vice Chancellor 1960 – 1967 5 Prof Thomas Adeoye Lambo Vice Chancellor 1968 – 1971 6 Prof Orishejolomi Thomas Vice Chancellor 1972 – 1975 7 Prof Tekena Tamuno Vice Chancellor 1975 – 1979 8 Prof. Samson Olajuwon Vice Chancellor 1979 – 1983 9 Prof Ladipo Ayodeji Banjo Acting Vice Chancellor Nov. 1983 – Nov 1984
  30. 30. VICE CHANCELLORS OF UNIBADAN S/No NAME DESIGNATION TENURE 10 Prof. Ladipo Ayodeji Banjo Vice Chancellor 1984 – 1991 11 Prof. Allen B.O.O. Oyediran Vice Chancellor 1991 - 1995 12 Prof. Oladosu A. Ojengbede Acting Vice Chancellor Dec. 1995 – Mar. 1996 13 Prof. Omoniyi O. Adewoye Vice Chancellor Mar. 1996 – Sept. 2000 14 Prof. Olufunso O. Olorunsogo Acting Vice Chancellor Mar. 2000 – Sept. 2000 15 Prof. Ayodele O. Falase Vice Chancellor Sept. 2000 – Mar. 2004 16 Prof. Olufemi Bamiro Acting Vice Chancellor Mar. 2004 – Nov. 2005 17 Prof. Olufemi Bamiro Vice Chancellor Dec 2005 – Nov. 2010 18 Prof. Isaac Folorunso Adewole Vice Chancellor Dec. 2010 – Nov. 2015 19 Prof. Abel Idowu Olayinka Vice Chancellor Dec. 2015 – Date
  31. 31. PROFESSOR ABEL IDOWU OLAYINKA CURRENT VICE CHANCELLOR BORN 16 FEBRUARY 1958 ASSUMED OFFICE 1 DECEMBER 2015
  32. 32. SOME PROMINENT ALUMNI Wole Soyinka Robert Ajayi Boroffice Chukwuemeka Ike Chinua Achebe Akinyinka Omigbodun Bimbo Odukoya Niyi Osundare James Meredith Segun Toyin Dawodu Grace Alele Williams Iya Abubakar Adiele Afigbo Ladipo Ayodeji Banjo Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello Kayode Are Eyitayo Lambo Tekena Tamuno Stephen Adebanjo Akintoye Emeka Anyaoku J. P. Clark Sadique Abubakar Elechi Amadi William Kumuyi Abiola Irele Gamaliel Onosode Kayode Fayemi Funmi Iyanda Kenule ‘Ken’ Saro-Wiwa Olufunmilayo Olopade Eddie Madiwe Christopher Okigbo Bola Ige Adaobi Trieia Nwaubani Farida Mzamber Waziri Kole Omotosho Amadi Ikwechegh
  33. 33. SOME PROMINENT ALUMNI Epaphras Denga Ndaitwah Femi Osofisan Lam Adesina Michael Omolewa J. F. Ade Ajayi Jubril Martins-Kuye Owoye Andrew Azazi Alexander Animalu Olusegun Olutoyin Aganga Olanike Adeyemo Claude Ake Tam David-West Adebayo Faleti Martin Ihoeghian Uhomoibhi Wande Abimbola Sola David-Borha Abimbola Adelakun Mabel Segun Flora Nwapa Anietie Isong Olagunsoye oyinlola Ishaya Audu John Odigie Oyegun Joseph Gomwalk Abdulganiyu Abdulrasaq Jim Nwobodo Theodore Orji Vivian E. Browne Teslim Folarin Christopher Oluwole Rotimi A. Igoni Barrett Komba Mondeh Tanure Ojaide Jude Dibia Babatunde Osotimehin Ishaya Audu
  34. 34. THANK YOU

The University of Ibadan is a federal university in Nigeria located at Ibadan, Oyo State of Nigeria. Established in 1948 as a College of the University of London in a special relationship scheme, it became a full-fledged independent University in 1963. It is the only degree-awarding institution in Nigeria established before the country gained independence in 1960. At the foundation, the university had 104 students and 6 departments namely Classics, English, History, Religious Studies, Geography, and Mathematics. Between 1948 and 1949 the university had 3 faculties namely Arts, Science, and Medicine. Today it has grown to 16 faculties with a current student enrollment of 35,000. The following slides present an overview of the University as of 2019.

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