Fresh Students Share Experiences on Arrival at AUN

Fresh Students Share Experiences on Arrival at AUN

On January 15, 2020, new students shared their experience on arrival at AUN during the spring semester registration and check-in exercise.

A Computer Science major, Ugochukwu Okogbue, who hails from Abia State, said he became aware of the numerous opportunities students are exposed to at AUN from the university fair that was held at his secondary school, Loyola Jesuit College Abuja. He rated AUN worthy of his efforts based on the learning facilities, students’ residence, the staff, students and everything he

has seen.

A Business Management and Entrepreneurship major, Chukwuka Augustine Chukwuka, from

Anambra State said he knew about AUN in 2017 during his final year at Pine Crest College, Enugu, but couldn’t join earlier. After listening to the words of his mentor, Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple, Mr. Chukwuka was inspired to leave Covenant University to study Business Management & Entrepreneurship at AUN.

“I believe, as a student of this great university, I can become Africa’s youngest billionaire and a role model to many.”

A Natural & Environmental Science (Biomedical Science) major, Zainab Ahmad Shu’aibu, an indigene of Adamawa State who graduated from Aliyu Mustafa Academy, Jimeta, found AUN to be a positive experience. Being on the AUN campus gave her a deep awareness of her own aspirations. That she can actualize her lifelong ambition of becoming a medical doctor.

Abiola Stephen Olamiposi, from Osun State and a product of St. Gloria’s College, Lagos, affirmed that AUN is a stunning and stimulating academic environment the likes of which any student could dream of.

On a quest to study Communication & Multimedia Designs (CMD) at a befitting institution to fulfill his dream of becoming a graphic design expert and brand ambassador, Mr. Olamiposi left the Bells University of Technology to AUN after finding his dream course on the university website.

Asen Aondofa Destiny, whose aspiration is to become a renowned diplomat across the world was very delighted to be offered admission to study Politics & International Studies at his dream school, AUN. 

Asen Destiny is indeed in the right place at the right time. Mentored by experienced, globally acclaimed scholars like Professor William ‘Bill’ Hansen and former Irish ambassador to Nigeria, Dr. Patrick Fay, graduates of AUN’s Politics & International Studies program counts among its distinguished alumni Ms. Maryam Abubakar (Class of 2010); former SGA President Basil Abia (Class of 2016); and former Class Speaker Kingsley Jima, currently enrolled in a two-year MA program in Global Studies in Europe, on the Erasmus Mundus scholarship. 

His passion to study at AUN never decreased over the last few years despite the odds, and on his arrival at the university, he wasn’t disappointed at all.

“AUN is very popular that it was easy for me to know about it, and to the best of my knowledge, it is everyone’s dream school. Being a product of AUN where world leaders emerge, I shall make the university more known than it is.”

Reported by Rofiat Adekunle