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This is to inform all anticipating applicants that the Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) list of successfully admitted students for the 2020/2021 academic session is out and has been released by the school management.
This page will give you an idea of what to expect and will be updated when the admission list is released.
About Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED)
The Tai Solarin University of Education he university was named after the Nigerian educational administrator and human rights activist Tai Solarin (1922–1994).
It is the 76th approved university in Nigeria. The Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED, pronounced TARSUD), was proclaimed a full-fledged university (and a transformation of the erstwhile Tai Solarin College of Education, established January 1978), on 29 January 2005 by the administration of His Excellency, Otunba Gbenga Daniel.
TASUED was officially approved as a university by the National Universities Commission (NUC) on Tuesday 28 November 2005.
It is a citadel of learning dedicated to the production of competent professional educators and teachers who have immense knowledge of their chosen subjects/disciplines of study and the requisite pedagogical skills of subject delivery.
The University is unique in that, from inception, it incorporated a four-year mandatory vocational and entrepreneurial study into the curriculum of its B.Ed, B.Sc(Ed) and B.A (Ed) programmes such that students are awarded two certificates at graduation;
Governor Amosun’s Regime
Furthermore, in a sequel to the NUC Resource Assessment exercise in April 2019, the Commission in addition to the existing programmes (undergraduate and postgraduate) granted the university the approval to establish some postgraduate programmes and the full-time mode of some undergraduate programmes.
In all, 59 programmes were newly approved: 33 PhD programmes, 13 M.A, M.Sc, M.A(Ed) and M.Sc(Ed) programmes and 13 B.A and B.Sc programmes.
A new government came to power in Ogun State in 2011 led by Senator Ibikunle Amosun and attempted to scrap TASUED.
Students of the institution rose up against the decision and formed the #OccupyTASUED campaign.
On February 14, 2012, on one of their trips to the statehouse in Oke-Mosan Abeokuta, the bus conveying TASUED supporters got its tyre punctured and rolled over twice.
The accident inflicted injuries on many and eventually caused the death of Olatunji Fashina aka Humble TeeJay. Layemi, Azeez Agboola (Olofin), Ishola Adebayo Crown, Owoblow, Tola Ben, and few others were also on the bus that was involved in the accident.
Today, Tunji Fashina is being honoured as a hero of the successful struggle ’cause he paid a huge price with his life. The Students Union Govt (SUG) building got named after him.
List of Colleges of the Tai Solarin University of Education
The university has five colleges for its undergraduate programmes and a postgraduate college.
- College of Specialised and Professional Education (COSPED)
- College of Science and Information Technology (COSIT)
- College of Humanities (COHUM)
- College of Social and Management Sciences (COSMAS)
- College of Vocational and Technology Education (COVTED)
- The Postgraduate College (TPC)
What you Need to Know About Tai Solarin
Tai Solarin is one of the post-Independence civil rights critics and activists in his native Nigeria; some others were Fela Anikulapo-Kuti (musician) Beko Ransome-Kuti, Wole Soyinka (Nobel Laureate), Ayodele Awojobi, Dele Giwa, Gani Fawehinmi (lawyer), and Ken Saro-Wiwa.
For the majority of the first forty years after independence, Nigeria had no effective opposition to the most military government of the day.
These activists acted as an effective opposition to the ruling government.
“The Beginning of the End”
In 1975, when the General Gowon Regime delayed returning power to a civilian regime, Tai published his “The Beginning of the End” statement, which he then physically distributed on the roadside.
He was subsequently imprisoned for this act. Throughout his lifetime Tai fought running battles with various governments in a bid to improve a lot of Nigerians.
Mr. Solarin was an intellectual guru for Nigeria’s disenchanted and disfranchised for four decades.
His writings in magazines and newspapers, highlighting what he called the hypocrisy and vulgarity of the Nigeria of his day, frequently angered people in power.
He was a vehement critic of military rule in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, and an ombudsman in three states in 1976 and 1977
As a columnist, Tai was a relentless critic of Nigerian military rule, as well as of corruption in the government and the church. He was often jailed for his public remarks.
Tai Solarin Early Life
Solarin was born in Ikenne, Ogun State, in Western Nigeria on August 20, 1922, the first child in a set of twins. His twin sister, Kehinde Solarin died in 1991 at about 69 years.
He attended Wesley College Ibadan. Solarin was inspired by the writings of Nnamdi Azikiwe who encouraged young people to travel abroad to study.
His initial attempt to gain a passport fell through but he later enlisted in the British Air Force and served with the Royal Air Force as a navigator in the Second World War.
He remained in Britain, studying at University of Manchester, and then at the University of London. Tai Solarin married English-born Sheila Mary Tuer in 1951.
Return to Nigeria
Solarin returned to Nigeria and became a tutor at Molusi College, which was supported by the community and Christians in Ijebu-Igbo. In 1952, he was appointed the school’s principal succeeding Stephen Awokoya who had just been appointed the regional Minister for Education.
Solarin, a humanist had a mission to ‘re-educate’ the community and decided to make some changes. He removed morning prayers and religious studies as a subject in the school.
He decided to quit and found his own school with the approval of Awokoya the former Principal. He established Mayflower school on January 27, 1956.
Last Year Updates
This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) admission screening exercise that the management has released the 2019/2020 admission list.
How to Check TASUED Admission List
- Go to the TASUED admission status checking portal at https://my.tasued.edu.ng/login.php.
- Enter your Username (which is your JAMB Reg.) and Password (which is your surname) in the required columns.
- On the ‘–Login As–‘ column, select Prospective Student from the drop-down and then click Login.
- After login, click the ‘Admission Status’ link to access your TASUED admission status.
Recommended: TASUED Acceptance Fee Payment and Registration Details.
Congratulations to all the newly admitted candidates.
According to TASUED management ‘we have upgraded the automation of our admission process with the integration of auto-generated SMS/eMail alert system to notify Applicants on the stages and decision on their application. No batch release of Admission List, its now as it is processed. The process is on Auto-Gear!’
However, candidates who have misplaced their Scratch Card should purchase another one from the place.
- TASUED Final Screening Date
- TASUED Acceptance School Fees
- TASUED Hostel Requirement
- List of Text Books for TASUED Level 100 Student
Congratulations if your name is among the successful candidates in the admission lists of UNILORIN. If not, just wait patiently if other batches will be released.
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