A knowledge of UNILAG Postgraduate Admission capacity for various courses versus the number of candidates that usually apply for such course annually will enable you to understand the competitiveness of the course and how to beat the competition.
In the previous email i sent to all subscribers on Common Errors To Avoid in Choosing a UNILAG Postgraduate Course, recall that ‘Ignorance of UNILAG Postgraduate Admission Capacity Vs Number of Candidates That Usually Apply For The Programme Every Year’ is among the errors.
With my years of experience in guiding and coaching candidates for UNILAG Postgraduate Admission, i discovered that so many of them just apply for a course without knowing the admission capacity.
The worst thing is that many of them don’t even know the competitiveness of their chosen courses until they see crowd on the day of the entrance exam.
It is against this background that i and my team members did a research and came out with UNILAG Postgraduate Admission Capacity Vs Number of Candidates That Usually Apply For The Programme Every.
The facts and figures we have made available will enable you to understand the competitiveness of your course, how to prepare and beat the competition.
UNILAG Postgraduate Admission Capacity Vs The Number of Candidates That Usually Apply For the Programme Every Year
Here are some statistics you need to know about UNILAG Postgraduate School.
UNILAG Postgraduate Students Enrollment by Gender and by Faculty in 2012/2013 Academic Session.
The image below clearly shows the number of students that were admitted into UNILAG School of Postgraduate Studies base on Gender and Faculty.
UNILAG Postgraduate Students Enrollment by Faculty (Full Time and Part Time) in 2012/2013 Academic Session
The image below shows the number of candidates that were admitted in full time and part time programmes in various faculty in 2012/2013 academic session.
UNILAG Postgraduate Applications, Admission and Enrollment Analysis from 2008/2009 to 2012/2013
The image below shows the number of applicants vs the number of successfully admitted candidates from 2008/2009 to 2012/2013.