Moses Osaze Igbinosa
I am Igbinosa Moses Osaze, a postgraduate student in mechatronics engineering.
There is work to be done for us postgraduate to have a worthwhile experience here. I believe our stay here, should be anchored on three core areas, Theoretical study, practical experience and a social life to balance it out.
Currently those of us in the taught courses are not getting the most from our lectures due to several factors like delivering of the materials.
We often have lectures with undergraduates which shouldn’t be as it reduces the overall importance of such classes.
There is usually long distances between one lecture halls to the other without time provision for this transition
For the research masters, it’s often a case of a triangular life based on my laptop, me and my supervisor with almost totally alienation from the rest of the university community. Proper integration using all possible social networks and organizing events is what I promise.
I am confident of success in this role haven had the experience of serving as the secretary of the cultural orientation committee back in my undergraduate promoting harmony in cultural diversity.