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Brilliant Nigerian lady graduates as a Chemical Engineer with first class, wins best student award

A brilliant Nigerian lady named Seun Akinfolarin graduated from the University of Lagos, Nigeria as a first-class Chemical Engineer. She also won an award as the best-graduating student in her department.

Seun obtained her bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering with a remarkable first-class honors of 4.80 over a possible 5.00 cumulative grade point average at the University of Lagos, Nigeria.

Her excellent performance earned her the best graduating student in the university’s faculty of engineering. She shared her achievements on Twitter celebrating her success as a first-class engineer and highlighted all of her achievements while a student at the university.

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”First class Honours, BSc. Chemical engineering from the University of Lagos. Best female graduating student, Faculty of Engineering.” she said.

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Seun’s excellent performance did not just start, she earned a diploma in chemical engineering with first-class honors at the University of Lagos before she enrolled for a bachelor’s degree.

Despite being an excellent student, Seun was also active in extracurricular activities. She was a member of the University of Lagos Engineering Society (ULES), Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers (NSChE) and Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)

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Seun was also in the Academic Resource Team (ART). Homecoming Planning Committee
Faculty of Engineering Dinner and Awards Committee and also interned with an engineering consulting firm.


With all of these activities, Seun achieved a first-class grade while also juggling her own business. She expressed her gratitude to God, her parents, family, and friends for the constant motivation.


In another story, a young Nigerian man Tomiwa Adekogbe has bagged a Chemical Engineering degree with a 4.78 over 5.00 first-class grade after studying for 7 years straight.

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Tomiwa obtained her bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering degree with a 4.78 over a possible 5.00 cumulative grade point average first-class grade at the University of Lagos, Nigeria.

Celebrating his success on LinkedIn, he said his worst experience as an undergraduate was arriving in the laboratory for his Physics practical exams and having his calculator stop working. Read more about Tomiwa HERE.

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