UI e-Learning Resources For Newly Admitted Students: I am sure you are eager to start your studies at the University of Ibadan, the first and best University in Nigeria. Unfortunately, the global COVID-19 pandemic has introduced so many uncertainties into our lives, including when will the school be back in session.
While we wait for normalcy to return to our world, and for the much-awaited school session to commence, you may find the following resources useful as you prepare for the years of learning ahead. These resources will be regularly updated; hence you are encouraged to check back from time to time for new features.
How to login to UI e-Learning Resources
To access available resources, kindly click on the button below.
Follow the screen short
After clicking on ‘Log in’, you will see the screen below:
Your Username is your JAMB registration number. Ensure that the letters are in lowercase, e.g. 90001111yz
Your initial Password is New2020@UI
You will be prompted to change the password to proceed. The password must have at least 8 characters, at least 1 digit, at least 1 lower case letter, at least 1 upper case letter, and at least 1 non-alphanumeric character: e.g. AM4wonder*
If you have any difficulty logging in, kindly send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your JAMB registration number and surname in the message.
Note: Login details may be reviewed when you officially commence your studies in UI.
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Please note that the official channel of communication to you from the University remains the main University website (www.ui.edu.ng) or through the University’s admissions or student portal. Beware of other sites and messages not originating from these sources or any of the University’s official email addresses: email@example.com. In addition, always double-check to confirm the veracity of any information purported to be from the University of Ibadan.
- Resources here are not necessarily actual lecture notes.
- Assessments do not in any way count toward your grades. They are just for practice.
Advice It is important to go through all application requirements on the Award Webpage (see Link below) before applying.