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Brilliant Nigerian Lady bags 3.91/4.00 first-class bachelors degree in Civil Engineering, wins best student award

A brilliant Nigerian lady named Oluwapelumi Edunjobi has bagged a bachelor’s degree in Civil engineering at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She also won an award as the best graduating student of her faculty.

Oluwapelumi obtained her Civil Engineering degree with a 3.91 over a possible 4.00 cumulative grade point average at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.  She was awarded the best-graduating student of the university’s Faculty of Technology and Department of Civil Engineering.

She took to Twitter to celebrate her achievement of graduating with an excellent grade and winning the best-graduating student in three capacities. Oluwapelumi was also the best graduating female student of her faculty.

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”Reintroducing: Oluwapelumi Egunjobi GMNSE GMNIEE. Best graduating Student, Department of Civil Engineering. Best graduating Female, Faculty of Technology,
University of Ibadan. Co-best graduating student, Faculty of Technology University of Ibadan CGPA: 3.91/4.00,” she wrote.

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In addition to her accomplishments, Oluwapelumi was also inducted as a Distinguished Graduate Member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers. She wrote and delivered the induction speech, emphasizing the importance of communal interconnectivity.

Oluwapelunmi also highlighted some of her other achievements and awards while a student. She won the University of Ibadan Student Union Academic Excellence Award in 2023, was a Total/NNPC Scholarship Recipient (2019-2023), and was also an Intern at Chevron Nigeria Limited.

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She was also awarded the Nigerian Society of Engineers Ibadan Chapter Award of Excellence in 2022. Oluwapelunmi was the National Civil Engineering Competition (NICESA OAU) Runner-Up in 2022 and earned multiple Departmental & Faculty Recognitions in her department.


Oluwapelumi stated that she held leadership positions in various NGOs and student organizations including the IEEE Women in Engineering, TESA LnD Society, and Ecovanguard at the University of Ibadan.

She also served at Lead Footprint Africa, and African Student Network) and contributed to organizing the 11th, 12th, and 13th Annual NICESA UI Conferences.

Oluwapelumi said she is excited to pursue an advanced degree in Environmental Engineering, focusing on the synergy between sustainable building practices, energy solutions, and environmental impact.

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