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Igbinedion University Undergraduate Programmes For The 2021/2022 Academic Session

Qualified Applicants are invited for first year and direct entry (DE) admissions into the Igbinedion University undergraduate programmes for the 2021/2022 academic session.

Available Courses: Igbinedion University Post UTME

OBA OKUNADE SIJUWADE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES (Medicine & Surgery, Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Nursing Science)

SANUSI LAMIDO SANUSI COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES (Accounting, Banking & Finance, Business Administration)

OBA EREDUAUWA COLLEGE OF LAW (Bachelor of Law, LL.B)

GENERAL ABDULSALAMI ABUBAKAR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (Civil, Chemical, Computer, Electrical/Electronics, Mechanical, Petroleum Engineering)

COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES(Chemistry & Industrial Chemistry, Computer Science & Information Technology, Microbiology)

ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (Economics & Development Studies, English, Geography & Regional Planning, Mass Communication, Political Science & Public Administration, International Relations, Sociology & Anthropology, Theatre Arts)

General Entry Requirements: Igbinedion University Post UTME

To be eligible for admission into the four-year disciplines and five or six-year professional programmes, candidates must possess a minimum of five credits at the GCE/WAEC, SSCE/NECO, or SSCE/NABTEB certificate examinations, which must include English Language and Mathematics at not more than two sittings.

In addition, candidates seeking admission into Law must possess at least a credit pass in Literature in English. Candidates awaiting GCE/NECO SSCE/WAEC SSCE/NABTEB results are also encouraged to apply provided the results would be available by September when the new session commences.

Candidates may also seek admission into the 200 level of the degree programmes with the following qualifications:

Passes in at least two subjects at the Advanced level and an additional subject at the subsidiary level in the General Certificate of Education Examination. The subjects must constitute a suitable preliminary to the intended courses.

Diploma/NCE at credit level pass and above in the appropriate subjects from a recognized institution.

IJMB in the appropriate subjects.

First Degree in relevant discipline.

In all these cases, candidates must also satisfy the requirements for matriculation viz: five credit passes at the GCE/WAEC SSCE/NECO SSCE/NABTEB Certificate examinations.

Candidate are required to show evidence of application to JAMB.

UTME RequirementCandidates applying for admission are required to sit for UTME and obtain the prescribed cut-off marks. This is a statutory requirement for entry into Nigerian universities.

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