Nigerian Student, Aliyu Rahmat Begins Studies at UNILORIN After Denied Admission Three Times

Aliyu Rahmat Olajumoke, a determined Nigerian student, has overcome adversity to pursue her dreams of higher education. After facing rejection from the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) three times, she has finally secured admission and is currently studying Biology Education at the prestigious institution. Rahmat shared her latest milestone: “I’m happy to announce that I’ve started my Bsc.Edu Biology program at the University of Ilorin.”

Nigerian Student, Aliyu Rahmat Begins Studies at UNILORIN After Denied Admission Three Times

Aliyu Rahmat Olajumoke, a determined Nigerian student, has overcome adversity to pursue her dreams of higher education. After facing rejection from the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) three times, she has finally secured admission and is currently studying Biology Education at the prestigious institution.

Rahmat shared her long-awaited success story after facing challenges in gaining admission to UNILORIN. After writing the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) UTME three times and being denied admission, Rahmat decided to pursue her education at Kwara State College of Education, (KWACOED) Ilorin. Despite the initial setbacks, she remained determined to fulfill her academic goals.

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In a post on X.com, Rahmat proudly announced her recent graduation from KWACOED and her current enrollment at UNILORIN. She expressed her joy and gratitude for finally being able to study at the university of her dreams. She stated,, “I’ve waited for this moment for a long time, and it’s safe to call it my proudest moment.  My Journey in KWACOED was a mix of emotions when UNILORIN denied me admission 3 times consecutively"

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In a subsequent update, Rahmat shared her latest milestone: “I’m happy to announce that I’ve started my Bsc.Edu Biology program at the University of Ilorin.” Her gratitude was evident as she added, “Alhamdulillah for crowning my efforts—reintroducing Aliyu Rahmat Olajumoke (now a professor).”