The university’s spokesman, Dr Elvis Otobo, made the disclosure in Lagos.
He said that the result was the first product of the university’s policy, which took effect in the 2020/2021 session to the effect that each student must obtain a global IT certification in each session of study.
”300 level students who passed were 324, while 223 of 100 level students also passed.
”The IT certification is continuous and compulsory for all students of the institution, as Batch B 100 level students will write their certification examination soon,” he said.
According to him, the university collaborated with Crystal Marketing Centre to record the feat.
Prof. Nosa Owes-Ibie, Vice-Chancellor of the university, in the statement, lauded the students’ performance and said the certification would boost their competence, commitment and enhance their professional credibility.
Owes-Ibie said that the feat would also assist the students’ career advancement, make them globally competitive, improve their career opportunities – promotion, pay increase, job portability – and enrich their self-image among their peers.