Bridge House College held its 13th Annual Graduation Ceremony on Friday, 30th June, 2017, at the Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos. The College released yet another set of young auspicious students charged and ready to take on life’s challenges and make the world a better place. The 150 Graduates of the College have either completed the 1 year University Foundation Programme (UFP) or 2 years Cambridge A Level Programme.
According to the Executive Director, Mrs Foluke Abdulrazaq, over 60% of this number have already secured admissions in various Top ranked universities around the globe. “2016 has been our most remarkable year to date” she said; “not only did our students score 98% Distinction in all External Examinations, but four amongst them received the British Council Recognition and Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards for the best performance in Nigeria in A’ Level Physics, Business and Economics”.
Mrs. Abdulrazaq implored the Graduating Set to be good ambassadors of the College and charged them to always strive for excellence in all their endeavors. She said “Remember, Bridge House students excel wherever they go. We expect no less of you”.
“A good University Degree coupled with High Morals, Integrity, Discipline and Dedication, afford a priceless opportunity to achieve success in life. Your parents have done their part, Bridge House College has fulfilled it’s promise to you, now it’s your turn to fulfill your obligation to yourself, your parents and your country. Go out into the world and make a difference starting with University”, she added.
The glamorous occasion, chaired by Dr. Taibat, Lawanson, Associate Professor at the University of Lagos, Akoka was graced by several dignitaries including Professor Peter Okebukola (Special Guest of Honour), Guest of Honour and Speaker, Mr. Japheth Omojuwa, Dr. Dotun Suleiman, Mr. Eyitayo Akanji (British Council), Mrs. Adeola Oseni (USIS) among other distinguished personalties.
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