Skyline University Nigeria has organized an orientation for the new intake of the 2021/2022 academic session of the University. The orientation which took place on Monday, 14th March 2021 at the University’s campus, acquainted the students with familiarity about the institution’s regulations and academic standards, their classmates, as well as familiarity with other members of the University that will help them succeed in their undergraduate journey.
While delivering the orientation speech, the Vice-Chancellor of Skyline University Nigeria, Prof. Ajith Kumar V.V stated that being a student of the University will afford students certain benefits and international opportunities. Upon their undergraduate journey, he said the students would have access to growth, career, and skills ladder with a guarantee to their professional experience and of their placement in the marketplace.
Prof. Ajith who welcomed the students to the campus added that the students have entered a lively, challenging, diverse, and warm community with multicultural and international exposure. According to him, the students will be placed in high profile professional training both in skills and academics as well as in their mandatory Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES), including other mentoring activities amongst the University’s employees.
To cap the event, the new students were introduced to the culture, expectations, and resources that Skyline University Nigeria offers. The orientation further provided an opportunity for students to learn about what being among the Skyliners is all about and gives them focus beyond the academic department or Programmeme they are joining.
The orientation Programmeme featured both academic support staff, as well as returning students, who were on hand to help the new students with their registrations, any question they may ask, guide them through a collaborative orientation experience as well as acquaint new students with the vision and mission of the University as well as other issues of importance that may affect their studentship in the University and contribute to the events throughout the orientation progrrame.