In Enugu: Godfrey Okoye University Woos Students, Sets UTME Cut-Off Mark At 160

Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu State, has wooed prospective students with a “GO-UNI European Business Park” idea, and pegs the 2022 to 2023 admission cut off mark at 160 for all courses except Law.

Jane Ndukwe, the Admission Officer made this known at a news conference on Friday in Abuja

Ms Ndukwe said that the ” GO-UNI European Business Park” was a public-private partnership with the Austrian and German governments, private European investors and Godfrey Okoye University.

She said that the idea was designed to provide sustainable livelihood to students and the Nigerian youths through education and employment opportunities.

She said the idea had attracted over 20 European companies that would have their presence in the university.

According to her, the GO-UNI European Business Park will be a friendly economic community in Nigeria with adequate recreational facilities, flawless security, access to water, electricity and excellent sanitation.

She said the idea was to teach the students and the Nigerian youths how to learn and work in an eco-friendly environment, “where there is harmony between human beings and nature’’.

Ms Ndukwe said it would also exposed the youths to working in an excellent environment where things work and people could find value and happiness in what they were doing.

”This will encourage more youths to stay back in Nigeria and develop our country rather than run away to other countries for greener pastures.’’

Ms Ndukwe, who is also the Director of Student Mentorship and Parent Relations said that the youths would find the greener pastures in the GO-UNI European Business Park of the school.

She said “admission into the university is in progress. Our cut off point is 160 for all courses except law, which is 220.

She said that the school was keen on entrepreneurship, adding that this would help student not to become stranded after leaving the university.

“None of our students should sit at home because of his or her inability to get a job. No, they have been trained to develop their own businesses and become employers of labour.”

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