International Institute of Tropical Agriculture
Interested in Agricultural research? Or fun seeking? The international institute of Tropical Agriculture provides an avenue for those seeking to have fun or for those interested in Agricultural research.
National Library of Nigeria, Ibadan
The national library is a local repository of knowledge created by the government to allow accessibility of educational materials to Nigerians.
Famous as a birds watchers paradise, it is located inside the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture Ibadan campus. The forest, along with a nearby lake, makes this an area of outstanding natural beauty
Boasting of a water park, zoo, playgrounds, picnic open grounds and a restaurant, this is a beautiful haven tucked in the ancient city of Ibadan with one word in mind; Leisure
Old Oyo National Park
Derived from Oyo-lle (Old Oyo), the ancient political capital of Oyo Empire of the Yoruba people, the old Oyo city is home to the national park with its variety of wildlife and rare plant species.
Cocoa house is a testament to the once lucrative cash crop era of the Nigerian history. It was built from the revenue from cocoa, timber, rubber production and was the first sky scrapper to be built in tropical Africa.
University of Ibadan
About University of Ibadan The University of Ibadan, popularly known as UI was founded in 1948 and is widely referred to as the first University in Nigeria. The University of Ibadan has its origin from the Yaba College which was founded in 1932. UI initially took off with academic programmes in Arts, Science, and Medicine, but is now a comprehensive citadel of learning with academic programmes in over thirteen faculties. The faculties of the Basic Medical Science, Clinical Science, Public Health, and Dentistry are organized as a College of Medicine. The main thrust of UI for the 21st Century is “to be a world-class institution for academic excellence geared towards meeting societal needs”. Today, the University is consistently ranked among the prestigious Universities in the World, with a reported figure of over 3,500 matriculating yearly. UI is located five miles (8 kilometers) from the center of the major city of Ibadan, Oyo State. Notable alumni’s of the University of Ibadan includes J.P Clark, Wole Soyinka, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Chinua Achebe, Christopher Okigbo, Elechi Amadi, Sophie Oluwole, Michael Omolewa, Niyi Osundare, Femi Osofian, Chukwuemeka Ike, and a host of others. Faculties at the University of Ibadan UI boasts of over thirteen faculties and relevant courses in various fields of studies. They include: Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry Agriculture Economics Agronomy Agricultural Extension Rural Development and Animal Science Forest Resources Management Teaching and Research Farm Faculty of Arts Religion Studies Theatre arts Classics Arabic and Islamic studies English History Faculty of Education Adult Education Guidance and Counselling Early Childhood and Educational Foundation Social work Educational Management Faculty of Law Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Faculty of Science Archaeology and Anthropology Geology Geography Botany Mathematics Computer Science Microbiology Physics Statistic Chemistry Statistics Zoology Faculty of Social Science Economics Psychology Geography Political Science Sociology Faculty of Technology Agricultural and Environmental Engineering Civil, Petroleum, Mechanical and Chemical Engineering Food Technology Industrial and Production Engineering Wood product Engineering Technical Support Unit Other faculties include: Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources Faculties at the College of Medicine Include: Faculty of Pharmacy Faculty of Public Health Faculty of Basic Medical Science Faculty of Clinical Sciences Faculty of Dentistry Admission Requirements for University of Ibadan Requirements for Undergraduates UI offers admission for courses in the faculties enlisted above. It is important for applicants to know the subject combinations for each department as advertised in the JAMB brochure. Candidates must obtain a minimum of 5 Credits in their O’Level results with compulsory credit in Mathematics, English and 3 other relevant subjects. Applications for the 2017/2018 academic session is currently closed, but the University website can be visited for more information. Direct entry-level applicants with the following criteria may be considered: HND holders with an Upper-Class Credit in a related field. OND holders. HND holders with two credit pass in appropriate disciplines. Requirements for Postgraduate Students The University of Ibadan Masters Degree program is offered in different programs, namely: Full-Time program, Part-Time program, and Occasional studded program. The students must have satisfied the requirements of the postgraduate school for him/her to be granted admission into the full-time program. Applicants considering a masters degree program at UI should take note of the following: You must have graduated from the University of Ibadan or other recognized University in Nigeria, or in countries around the World. The UI Faculty of Postgraduate Committee is saddled with the responsibility of determining admission requirements and finalizing the admission list. Aspiring Students can download the application form for the University of Ibadan Masters Degree program from the website www.pgschool.ui.edu.ng . The cost of the application form may vary from time to time. UI also offers Open Distance Learning (ODL) learning programs, and admission for this program is currently ongoing, the website https://dlc.ui.edu.ng/?p=apply can be visited for more information about the admission process. The University of Ibadan official website can be found at https://ui.edu.ng/ Facilities At The University Of Ibadan Facilities at the University of Ibadan include lecture halls, halls of residence, academic and staff units, library. UI is also home to the following: Radio Station, DIAMOND 101.1 FM Botanical Garden Zoological Garden University of Ibadan Press UI Servicom Works and Maintenance Unit The Bookshop The Sports Council The Computing Centre; And a host of other facilities. Other Noteworthy Attractions At UI For travelers who intend to visit UI or for prospective students, here are some things to know about the institution. Safety/Security The University of Ibadan offers 24 hours security in the vicinity and the halls of residence. What To Bring Before heading to the University of Lagos, here are some helpful things to take along with you: Books and other educational materials. A camera for taking fun pictures. Things To Do While At UI These are some of the things you can do while you’re here: Enroll for a full time or part-time program. Write Admission examination into various programs. Sightseeing. Recreational activities. Make inquiries. Best Features At UI UI houses over twelve (12) Halls of residence. It is a historical landmark. The Zoological Garden. The Botanical Garden. Most Common Visitors Lecturers, students, researchers, and tourists are the people you will see at the University. Newsworthy Happenings On May 29, 2017, the management of the school stopped academic activities for Undergraduate Students due to a protest by the student union over the failure of issuing of identity cards to students, and an outlaw of electrical appliances in the University. On June 9th it was announced that the school will be reopened on the 20th, but school activities didn't start until the 2nd of July. Weather At The University Of Ibadan The atmosphere at UI is quite serene and calm. The University is Located in the Western region of Nigeria, where there are two seasons; the dry and rainy season, which come at a different time.
National Museum of National Unity
The National museum of unity is home to priceless historical artifacts that celebrate the rich historical culture of the Nigerian people. It is divided into four sections namely, uniity gallery, masquerade gallery, pottery gallery and Yoruba gallery.
Mapo Hall is a colonial styled building located atop Mapo hill in Ibadan, Nigeria. It is said that no political rally is complete without a stop at Mapo hall.
The Bower's tower is the highest hilltop in Ibadan giving a panoramic view of the city and important points in the city like University College Hospital (UCH), University of Ibadan, Adebayo, Cocoa House, Dugbe Market , Agodi Gardens, Iwo Road, Ife Road, Olorunsogo and the defunct Lagos /Ibadan Toll Gate and guess what? It is the perfect spot for that sweet selfie!
University of Ibadan Zoological garden
The Zoological garden in the University of Ibadan is home to a variety of endangered animals and plant species. It was built as a conservation center and also for education purposes. Visitors and tourists are also welcome.
History of Pete's Bar and Lounge It is notable as a fun center to relax and unwind.After a hard at work, the Pete's bar and lounge is the perfect place to kick it back with a bottle of your favorite drink in one hand, grilled meat on the other and sweet music to serenade your soul. Safety/Security This is a very safe location. What To Bring Before heading to Pete's Bar and Lounge, here are some helpful things to take along with you: 1.Cash. 2.A friend or group of friends. Things to do while at Pete's Bar and Lounge These are the following things you can do while you're here: 1.Enjoy your favorite drink. 2. Gyrate to good music. 3.Bust a move or two. Best Features It is a place to unwind after a honest day work. Writer's Review To go and unwind and relax. Most common visitors Leisure seekers, Students are the type of people to find here. Pete's bar is the happening place in Ibadan- Tony, a friend.
The largest shopping mall in South West Nigeria is a shoppers delight offering the best in food, electronics, movies and lifestyle products.
Koko Dome Restaurant and Nite Club
Centralised in the heart of Ibadan’s business district centre, Koko Dome is a household name that has retained its unique spot as a premier entertainment centre over the decades.
The Ventura Mall
A perfect location in a serene environment delivering unlimited fun opportunities, The Ventura Mall remains a one-stop spot in 'IB City' for unwinding and merrymaking.
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