WHY UNILORIN IS THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER INSTITUTION 



Every aspirant love academic stability. 

Following the  statistical analysis  made available by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB, showing the most sought after universities between 2012 and 2016, the University of Ilorin, UNILORIN is the most sought after university in Nigeria having recorded 411,340 representing 25 % of all UTME applications within the years under review.

University of Benin is standing in the 2nd position as the  most sought after university in Nigeria having recorded 331,178 representing 20.56 per cent of of all UTME applications within the years under review. 

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UNIZIK is  3rd on the list  recorded 305,790 representing 18.65 per cent of all UTME applications within the years under review.

The other institutions  that fall under the most sought after universities in Nigeria for undergraduate programmes are as follows; OAU, ABU. UNIUYO, IMSU, UNIJOS, UNIBADAN, BUK and UNILAG. 

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It’s interesting to know all these universities had over 40,000 applications under review yearly. 

Despite the fact most applicant knew the admission is not certain yet they are still ready to pick Unilorin BETTER BY FAR UNIVERSITY because of academics stability, zero tolerance to riot on campus. 

Let have your comments below on what has made UNILORIN the most sought after universities for admission yearly since 2012.

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