A young Nigerian man, Olukayode Mobolaji Oluwasona, has set an academic record in Poland, Europe after he graduated with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5.0.
NAIJ.com gathered that the young man studied Computer Technology at the University of Computer Sciences and Skills, Lodz, Poland.
It was gathered that Oluwasona was a student of Babcock University before he moved to Poland to finish his undergraduate studies.
Oluwasona left Babcock in 2014, with 16 other outstanding students for a special degree exchange programme.
The exchange programme was arranged between Babcock University and the University of Computer Sciences and Skills Lodz, Poland. The students were asked to come back for their final year in Babcock where they would remain under the guidance and mentorship of their Poland lecturers.
In a chat with Vanguard Oluwasona said: “By the time I was writing my final examination and defending my final year project, my CGPA was already 4.79. It was my final overall examination, which is a rigorous assessment of the totality of what a student could have learnt in all his four years of study, as well as the grading of my final year project, which was acclaimed to be the best, that shot me beyond the regular first class that I had already attained. The Examination Committee was so impressed, and that earned me the 5.0 CGPA/overall grade, which was acclaimed to be the highest in the whole school during the year.”
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Chancellor of the University of Computer Sciences and Skills in Poland, Aniela Bednarek, was in attendance.
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