GENDER AND AFRICAN STUDIES GROUP DEBUTS IN BABCOCK The Gender and African Studies Group (BUGAS), a non-profit intellectual platform for research, training and dissemination of information about women and men has been inaugurated in Babcock April 10, 2013. The group, according to the coordinator, Dr. Mobolanle E
MEDICAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION INAUGURATED It was a joyous day for students of the Benjamin S. Carson (Snr) School of Medicine as they held a special ceremony to herald the birth of their Association.
TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT The University’s quest for a technological advancement and upgrade for its School of Engineering took a new turn as the Irolu community gave its consent for a parcel of land. The Onirolu of Irolu Oba Sikiru Ajibowu Adeyiga, Agbelesebiogun III gave his approval when he received Babcock President/ Vice Chancellor, Professor J. A.
Our attention has been drawn to some misinformation and misrepresentation of the University’s fees as posted on some blogs. For the avoidance of doubt, we present here the official fees for the 2013/2014 Session as approved by the University administration. Tuition: 100 and 200 Levels: 380,000 300 and 500 Levels: N310,000 for all programmes except Medical Programme (Read More)
PRESIDENTIAL HONOUR The 48th President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Adedoyin Owolabi last week led a delegation of the Institute on a collaborative visit to Babcock to strengthen existing ties. The University’s President/Vice Chancellor, Professor J. A Kayode Makinde said the partnership had redefined the University’s focus on many germane issues as well as significantly contributed to the birth of the Ijebu Ode district ICAN. He noted that the collaboration positively impacted student development making it easier for Babcock Accounting graduates to become thoroughbred for the market