In a statement made available to Daily Trust in Lagos, Prince Ajibola noted that the recent admission on merit of five mass communication graduates of the school to the prestigious of the master’s degree programme of University of Lagos as well as the scholarship grant awarded by Lagos State government to a first class graduate of the institutions worth being celebrated.
According to Judge Ajibola, the excellent performances of the varsity graduates confirmed the school’s commitment to producing world-class graduates imbued with acceptable conduct for Nigeria and the world in general. He noted that he was not surprised by the graduates’ recorded feats because the institution has been investing heavily in procuring training equipment and recruitment of experienced lecturers from home and abroad.
“Crescent University, has positioned itself on the pedestal of training high quality graduates of exemplary conduct for national values, re-orientation and global citizenship. Already, the university has turned itself into a centre for nurturing students from all parts of the country studying, living and playing together in a conducive learning environment,” a part of the statement read.
It would be recalled that all the five Crescent University graduates who participated in the recent qualification exams for UNILAG Master Degree Programme were offered admission thereby making the faith-based institution the best-performing private university on the admission merit list.
Similarly, a first-class Mass Communication graduate of the school, Miss Rafiat Gawat was recently offered scholarship to pursue her masters’ degree programme at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland by Lagos State government. Gawat, who is about completing her post-graduate programme was offered an unconditional admission to study corporate Communication and Public Affairs in the University.