As a form of special assistance to candidates seeking acceptance in our available schools, here’s an article on how to get admission in Nigerian Universities with a focus on the 2016/17 academic session. By reading this, we assume that you want to get more knowledge of pre-requisites, subject combinations and courses of low competitions.
How To Get Admission in Nigerian Universities
First of, to get admission in a Nigeria University, a candidate is expected to pass his or her O’level subjects – especially those that are primarily required to study the course of interest/choice. To help you have a grasp of the necessary subjects and their course combinations in both WAEC, NECO and NABTEB; we advise that you open [ Our special collections on subject combinations ] in new tab.
Next to O’level Subjects is getting the right score in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB). A high in JAMB will qualify you to sit for the post UTME test conducted by the school of choice thereafter. But how do you pass JAMB? See [ this educative article on how to pass JAMB in flying colors ].
A good score in JAMB will take you to Post UTME which is more like the final of them all. Score high in this test and sit back in confidence for the university’s first admission list – otherwise called merit list. Congrats in advance.
As simple as this guideline on how to get admission in Nigerian Universities appear, we are hopeful that by following the instruction therein; you would be enrolled in your choice of school studying that dream course come 2017 – or whichever year you want.
The methods discussed above will work irrespective of how competitive the university is. For instance, schools like University of Lagos, University of Ilorin, Federal University of Technologies, University of Nigeria, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Ahmadu Bello University, and a lot of others are considered to be tough hits. Don’t be scared this time!