School of Music and Media

Kabarak University's School of Music and Media Welcomes Distinguished Visitors from the University of Ibadan

Kabarak University's School of Music and Media had the privilege of hosting an eventful and blessed visit from esteemed guests: the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ibadan, Prof. Kayode Oyebode Adebowale, and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research, Innovation & Strategic Partnerships), Prof. Oluyemisi A. Bamgbose. The visit was a memorable occasion, marked by a warm reception by the School of Music and Media's Founding Dean, Prof. Mellitus Wanyama, and highlighted by outstanding performances by our talented music students.

The visit was a significant moment for Kabarak University, as it served as an opportunity to showcase the excellence and vibrancy of our School of Music and Media. Prof. Kayode Oyebode Adebowale and Prof. Oluyemisi A. Bamgbose were welcomed with open arms and treated to a delightful exhibition of the musical talents nurtured within our institution. The outstanding performances by our music students not only entertained our distinguished guests but also showcased the level of talent and dedication present within our school.

During their visit, the University of Ibadan representatives had the chance to explore the rich resources available within our School of Music and Media. From state-of-the-art recording studios to an extensive collection of musical instruments, our institution's commitment to providing top-notch facilities for our students was evident. This experience left a lasting impression on our guests, who expressed their appreciation for the investments made in nurturing talent and creativity within our university.

One aspect that stood out during the visit was the vibrant and well-disciplined student body at Kabarak University. Our students displayed a remarkable level of enthusiasm, respect, and professionalism. The discipline and dedication of our students are attributes that the University of Ibadan representatives found commendable, and it is a testament to the nurturing environment fostered by our institution.

Perhaps the most exciting part of the visit was the hint of a future partnership between Kabarak University and the University of Ibadan. The Vice-Chancellor of Ibadan, Prof. Kayode Oyebode Adebowale, mentioned that the purpose of their visit extended beyond mere observation. They are actively exploring opportunities for collaboration and partnership, which could open new doors for both institutions. While the details of this potential partnership are yet to be finalized, the visit undoubtedly laid the foundation for a promising future in academia and collaboration.

The visit by these distinguished representatives from the University of Ibadan is only the beginning of what could be a transformative relationship between the two institutions. Prof. Kayode Oyebode Adebowale and Prof. Oluyemisi A. Bamgbose are scheduled to have a series of meetings with the top university management at Kabarak before heading back to the western side of the continent. These meetings will play a pivotal role in shaping the nature and extent of the collaboration that lies ahead.

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