MOUAU Matriculation Ceremony Date: Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike (MOUAU) has announced a new date for the 2020/2021 matriculation ceremony. This is MOUAU 28th Matriculation Ceremony.

AllSchool team is happy to inform the general public and more especially newly admitted students of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike (MOUAU) that the MOUAU matriculation date for 2021/2022 session will hold on Saturday, 16th October, 2021.

Venue for the ceremony is University Convocation Arena.

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Matriculating students are advised to ensure that they meet the matriculation requirements.

For further inquiries, undergraduate students are to contact their College Officers or the Admissions office whilst Post-graduate students are to contact the Secretary of the Post-Graduate School.

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Matriculation ceremony in Nigerian universities means “officially welcoming newly admitted students into the university/tertiary institutions. In MOUAU matriculation ceremony students will be briefed on the course they have been admitted and most times encourage them to be of good behaviour.

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Matriculation marks the end of admission process in that school. This means that no new student will be admitted into that school after the matriculation.

So if you’re going to do this matriculation…then you deserve a big congratulations! You are welcome into the University life. Please don’t be carried away by the joy. Most times surviving in a university is more difficult than getting admission into that school. Take your studies serious and build your CGPA. Don’t record any Fail in your year one.

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Once more please accept AllSchool’s congratulations on your MOUAU matriculation (in advance).

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