DELSU Admission Screening Form 2017 Out On

DELSU Admission Screening 2017/2018 Registration Commences On Delsu Portal Online.

This is to inform all candidates who chose Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka in the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) that the Screening Exercise Form is out.

All candidates who chose DELSU as their first choice of University and scored 180 and above can apply for the 2017/2018 Admission screening, but they must submit a copy of the jamb result with a scratch card attached to verify the result.


  1. Candidates are required to visit to generate a virtual PIN with N5,000.00 (five thousand naira only). Note: a Commission charge of N1,000.00 will be added to your application fee.
  2. Evidence of payment (Bank tellers) for Centre Screening (The cost covers honoraria for centre facilitation, logistics for producing screening materials and security).
  3. Payment should be made to any of the following banks.
    -Unity Bank, Ecobank, UBA, Zenith Bank, Fidelity Bank. Ensure that Jamb Registration Number and Names are correctly entered. Errors will not be entertained.


i. Visit
ii. Click online Application
iii. Click Start
iv. Click screening exercise
v. Click Start
vi. Complete the form with valid JAMB Registration Number
vii. Submit the form and generate PIN
viii. Print out the PIN generated
ix. Visit any of the specified banks for payment.

(a) Candidates should with the PIN for payment access and complete the Delta State University 2017 Screening form online at with their recent coloured passport sized photograph scanned to the JPEG format and not more than 20kb in size.

(b) Candidates are advised to use the virtual PIN immediately after payment, as it will be invalid after six (6) hours after its generation.

(c) Candidates are advised to read the instructions on the front page of the website before completing the form.

(d) Candidates must confirm the JAMB registration number at the point of application, as there will be no result for wrong JAMB registration numbers. The University will not be held responsible for wrong JAMB registration number entered and other errors made by any applicant at the point of application. Your application will not be successful if you enter a Local Government/State of origin different from the one indicated on your JAMB registration form.

(e) Candidates must enter a valid mobile phone number and e-mail address with which the University will communicate with candidates on venue.

(f) Candidates should visit to print venue of screening a day after closure of application form.

(g) Candidates are expected to identify their venue and seat number before the scheduled date of screening.


CLOSING DATE: Application website closes on Friday 21st July 2017 at midnight.

DELSU Postgraduate Admission Form 2017/2018 Session is Out

Delta State University DELSU Postgraduate Form 2017 Now Available.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the underlisted Postgraduate programmes leading to the award of Postgraduate Diploma, Professional Masters, Academic Masters and Doctor of Philosophy Degrees of the Delta State University, Abraka.


(1)        Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in Agricultural Economics /Agricultural Extension

(2)        Department of Animal Science PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in Animal Science

(3)        Department of Fisheries PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in Fisheries

(4)        Department of Forestry and Wildlife PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in Forestry

(5)        Department of Agronomy PGD, Professional Master, M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in Crops Science, Crop Protection and Soil Science


(1)        Department of English and Literary Studies M.A. and Ph.D. programmes in English Language. M.A. and Ph.D. programmes in Literature in English

(2)        Department of Fine and Applied Arts. MFA in the following areas: Graphics, Ceramics, Sculpture and Textile Design. M.A. and Ph.D. Degrees in Art History. Ph. D. Studio Art degree in: Ceramics, Graphics, Sculpture, Painting and Textile

(3)        Department of History M.A. and Ph. D. Degrees in History

(4)        Department of Music Postgraduate Diploma in Music (PGDM); M.A. and Ph.D degrees in Music.

(5)        Department of Religious Studies and Philosophy M.A./Ph.D. Degree in Religious Studies:
–    Old Testament Studies
–    New Testament Studies
–    Church History – Sociology /Philosophy of Religion
–    African Traditional Religions
–    Christian Theology

(6)        Department of Theatre Arts M.A. and Ph.D. in Theatre Arts

(7)        Department of Languages and Linguistics M.A. degree programmes in: French language and linguistics; Literature in French; and Translation


(1)        Department of Physiology M.Sc and Ph.D Degrees in Physiology

(2)        Department of Anatomy M.Sc and Ph.D Degrees in Anatomy


Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)

M.Ed/Ph.D Programmes in the following areas of Education

1)         Department of Educational Administration and Policy Studies  M.Ed. and Ph.D. degrees in: Educational Administration; Higher Education Administration; and Educational Planning.

2)         Department of Guidance and Counselling M.Ed. and Ph.D. degrees in: Guidance and Counselling; Measurement and Evaluation; and Educational Psychology.

3)         Department of Library and Information Science PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Library and Information Science

4)         Department of Curriculum and Integrated Science M.Ed. in Science Education – Biology, Integrated Science, Mathematics and Chemistry

5)         Department of Social Science Education M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in Social Studies Education

6)         Department of Vocational Education
i)          M.Ed. and Ph.D. in Agricultural Education
ii)         M.Ed. and Ph.D. in Home Economics

7)         Department of Technical and Business Education M.Sc. (Ed.) Industrial Technology Education

8)         Department of Human Kinetics Health Education M.Sc. and Ph.D. in: Human Kinetics Education; Exercise Physiology and Sports Science; Sports Management; and Health Education


i)                 Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)
ii)               Postgraduate Diploma in Basic Education (PGDBE)
iii)             Postgraduate Diploma in Educational Management  (PGDEM)


Master of Law (LL.M); Master of Law and Diplomacy (MLD) and Ph.D. in Law


1.      Department of Accounting/Banking and Finance        Postgraduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF). M. Sc. and Ph. D. Degrees in Banking and Finance

2.      Department of Business Administration and Marketing. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), M.Sc. and Ph. D. in Management. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), M.Sc. and Ph. D. in Marketing


(1)        Department of Animal and Environmental Biology. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Animal and Environmental Biology

(2)        Department of Biochemistry. M. Sc. and Ph.D. Degrees in Biochemistry

(3)        Department of Chemistry. M. Sc. and Ph.D Degrees in Chemistry with specialization in: Analytical/ Environmental Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Physical Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry.

(4)        Department of Geology. M.Sc. in Engineering Geology/Environmental Geology/Hydrogeology; M.Sc. in Petroleum Geology; and M.Sc. in Mineral Exploration

(5)        Department of Mathematics M.Sc. Mathematics M.Sc. Industrial Mathematics

(6)        Department of Physics  M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in: Geophysics, Solid State Physics; and Radiation & Health Physics M.Sc. in Theoretical Physics

(7)        Department of Microbiology

Ph.D. programmes in: Environmental Microbiology; Food and Industrial Microbiology; and Medical Microbiology


(A)       Business Administration Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA). Professional Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA). M.Sc Business Administration. Ph.D. Business Management

(B)       Department of Economics Postgraduate Diploma in Petroleum Economics (PGDPE). Professional Masters Degree in Energy and Petroleum Economics (MEPE). M.Sc. Ph.D. in Economics

(C)       Department of Geography and Regional Planning M.Sc. and Ph. D Degrees in Geography and Regional Planning

(D)       Department of Mass Communication Postgraduate Diploma in Communication Management (PGDCM); Professional Masters Degree in Communication Management (MCM); M.Sc. Mass Communication.

(E)       Department of Political Science. M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Political Science

(F)        Department of Sociology. Master in Crime Control (MCC); M. Sc. and Ph. Degree in Sociology

Admission Requirements:

(A)  General Admission Requirements

i.  Candidates for Postgraduate Studies must have a degree or Higher National Diploma from a Senate recognized institution. They must have also obtained at least five (5) credit passes including English Language and Mathematics in WASC, NECO, GCE (Ordinary Level), or NABTEB at not more than two sittings. Pass in English or Mathematics is not acceptable, and ACE and TC II are not acceptable (No equivalent to WASC, NECO, GCE, or NABTEB).  Please note that there will be no waiver for anybody seeking admission into all programmes.

ii.         A candidate applying for Ph. D in any programme must have obtained at least a weighted average score of 60% overall or CGPA of 3.50.

iii.        Postgraduate Diploma

Candidates must be holders of bachelor’s degrees in the relevant discipline from the Delta State University or any other University with at least “Third Class Honours” degree or a HND (Upper Credit) recognized by Senate.

(B)       Specific Requirements

Apart from the general requirements, candidates are also expected to meet specific departmental requirements for admission into different departmental programmes.


Candidates are required to visit and complete the Delta State University, Abraka 2017/2018 PG Admission form online and to also generate an applicant virtual pin of N31,000.00 (Thirty-One Thousand Naira) only. Payment should be made to any of the follow banks:

Zenith bank
Unity bank

Note: All applicants must submit photocopies of the following document;

  • 2 Hard copies of downloaded Application Form
  • Transcript of all previous qualifications obtained
  • WASC; NECO; GCE or NABTED Certificate (not TC II)
  • NYSC Certificate or Exemption or Exclusion Certificate from NYSC only.
  • A 3 – 5 page research proposal indicating area of research interest (for Ph.D. candidates)

Candidates are advised to read the instructions on the home page of the Website before completing the application form.

Candidates should submit the hard copies of their applications along with other relevant documents at the Postgraduate School Office, Abraka on or before 31st May, 2017.

List of those offered provisional admission into any programme will be published in Abraka Campus. Screening of provisionally admitted candidates and payment of fees will commence immediately thereafter and end on 31st July, 2017.

UNIJOS Postgraduate Form 2017/18 Out On

University of Jos UNIJOS Postgraduate Admission Form 2017/2018 Session is Out – Apply.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into Doctoral, Academic and Professional Masters’ and Diploma Programmes of the University of Jos in the 2017/2018 Academic Session.

Available Programmes & Admission Requirements:


Candidates seeking Admission into a Masters Degree or Postgraduate Diploma of the University of Jos must hold a good (First or second class) Honours Degree of this University orof other Universities recognized by the Senate of University of Jos. The first degree must be in a discipline relevant to the programme into which admission is being sought.

A candidate seeking admission into an M.Phil/Ph.D programme must in addition possess a Masters degree in the relevant discipline. M.Phil/Ph.D candidates are in addition required to have returned a score average (S.A) of 60% and above in the final assessment result for the Masters Degree as well as 60% and above in the Research Project. On admission, M.Phil/Ph.D candidates register for M.Phil. in the first instance and on satisfactory performance may be subsequently upgraded to Ph.D registration. Degree result transcripts are required for all admissions.


Faculty of Arts
A. Candidates for admission into the department of English must possess at least a second class Honours degree in English or in Education with English specialization from a recognized University. A combined Honours Degree including English may be accepted but preference will be given to single Honours candidates. For M.Phil/Ph.D degree, candidate must have a good M.A in the relevant areas of English Language or Literature in English in which they seek to do a further postgraduate study. Those for whom the M.Phil will be the terminal degree shall have minimum time of two (2) calendar years and a maximum of three (3) to present their thesis.

B. Candidates for M.A. in History shall possess a good Honours degree (at least second class) in History. Exceptionally candidates with very good Honours degree in Education/History from a recognized University may be considered.

C. Candidates for M.A. in Theatre Arts would be expected to hold a first or a second Upper degree in appropriate subject from the University of Jos or from a recognized University or a degree or qualification with relevant experience and evidence of creative ability which are acceptable to the senate. For M.Phil/Ph.D, candidate must have a cumulative score average (CSA) of 60% and above and a score in Project report/dissertation, not below 60%

D. Candidates for M.A. in Mass Communication shall possess a B.A/BSc Degree (Minimum of Second Class lower with grade point of not less than 3.0) in Mass Communication from University of Jos or an accredited University that is recognized by the Senate of the University of Jos. Also, candidates with a Bachelor’s degree in any of the social sciences or Humanities must be a certified practitioner with requisite background in Journalism, Broadcasting, Public Relations and Advertising or Media Studies (with appropriate professional membership registration and years of experience) to be eligible.

Faculty of Education
The entry requirement is a good Honours Degree in Education. An M.ED candidate with a first Degree other than B.A (ED) B.Sc (ED) or B.ED must possess a Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) or evidence both of high attainment in the proposed area of study for the Masters of Education Degree and also of breath of study shown to the satisfaction of the Faculty by such things as existing qualifications, publications etc.
At least two years teaching experience judged appropriate for the Faculty of Education or at least three years experience in Education other than as a teacher, judged appropriate for this purpose by the Faculty. A candidate with a second class upper or above is exempted from this provision.
Candidates with B.Sc (Ed) or B.Ed Degrees awarded by the University of Jos or any approved University may be qualified for admission to read M.Ed (Curriculum) and M.Sc (Ed) Educational Technology.

Faculty of Environmental Sciences
a. Candidates for M.Sc. Architecture must possess a first or second class degree (B.Sc) in Architecture or a third class degree with one year post-qualification experience plus a postgraduate Diploma in Architecture from the University of Jos and must have undergone a prescribed practical oral examination comprising presentation of the portfolio of work done during the one year period.
b. Candidates for Construction Management must have obtained degrees (First or Second class) in Building Technology, Civil Engineering or Quantity Surveying. Candidates with at least 2 years of relevant working experience have an added advantage.
c. For M.Sc Construction Technology, the first Degree should be in the area of Building/Building Technology or Civil Engineering.
d. Candidates for M.Phil/Ph.D Construction Management should possess a Masters Degree in Construction Management, Project Management or any relevant construction Engineering Discipline.

Department of Geography and Planning
a. M.Sc.Candidates seeking admission to Environmental and Resources Planning (ERP) and Population and Man Power Planning (PMP) Programmes must have at least a second class Honours degree in Geography or closely related disciplines from recognized universities.
Candidates for Urban and Regional Planning (URP) Programme must possess a good second class Honours degree in Geography or Planning or any of the disciplines in Environmental Sciences from recognized Universities.
b. M.Phil/Ph.DCandidates may be accepted for M.Phil/Ph.D degrees in Environmental and Resources Planning, Population and Manpower Planning and Urban and Regional Planning. Such candidates should possess M.Sc. or M.Phil. degrees in relevant disciplines from recognized universities.
Duration M.Sc. in both ERP and PMP are full time and extend over one calendar Year of 12 months. M.Sc. URP is also full time but extends over two calendar years of 24 months.
The Ph.D Programme is for a minimum of three years (36 Months) and a maximum of four years (60 Months) on full time basis.

Faculty of Law
To qualify for the admission to the L.M. Degree and M.A. Law and Diplomacy programmes, the candidate must possess at least a Second Class LL.B Degree awarded by this or any other approved University.
For Law and Diplomacy, candidates with equivalent Degree in Political Science, International Relations, Economics, or other disciplines which the Postgraduate Committee of Law may take into account the legal, diplomatic, or other relevant experience of the candidate.
Candidates for ICT Policy and Regulation must be graduates of any discipline in the Arts, Law, Natural sciences and the Social Sciences of the University of Jos, or a graduate of any of the NetTel partner Universities.
Candidate must possess not lower than a Second Class Honours Degree.

Faculty of Medical Sciences
a. A good B.Sc degree (First or good Second class) in Medical Microbiology or in the relevant Biological Sciences is required for M.Sc. Medical Microbiology. An MBBS degree DVM, or FIMLT in relevant area of Microbiology or Bacteriology with at least two years post qualification experience may be considered.
b. An M.Sc. Medical Microbiology is required for an M.Phil/Ph.D Medical Microbiology degree. c. Candidates for M.Sc. Physiology shall have a First or second class Upper degree (Where classified) in Physiology, Biochemistry, Medicine, Agriculture, DVM, Dentistry, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Pharmacy, Optometry and Zoology of a recognized University.
d. The MPH program is open to Medical Sciences graduates. Candidates with at least a basic Professional degree in Medicine, or Dentistry of this University or any other recognized University, with at least 3 years experience in Health care programs are eligible to apply. Other graduates of Health Sciences or Basic Medical Sciences with at least second class lower division from a recognized University with at least 4 years of Post qualification practical experience in the health field are also eligible to apply.

Faculty of Management Sciences
Department of Accounting
(a) Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting (PGDA) (b) Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Accounting, and (c) Master of Philosophy/Doctor of Philosophy (M.Phil/Ph.D) in Accounting. Click here to download details

Department of Management Sciences
In many Nigerian and international Universities offering a PhD in management, a prerequisite degree is the MSc. Management. The MSc. Management is an academic, research oriented programme that requires the completion of a dissertation/Thesis before a graduate is admitted to it. Because of its social scientific approach it is foundational for PhD candidates who hope to pursue an academic or research related career. This explains why there is a high demand for MSc. Management.
Postgraduate Diploma (PGD)
The objectives of the Postgraduate Diploma in Accounting of the University of Jos are to: (a) develop the competence of students in the basic accounting concepts and conventions; (b) teach students about the functions of accountants in recording, classifying, summarizing and analyzing data to assist the process of decision making in both private and public sectors; (c) train non-accounting graduates who are already serving as accountants in the economy and those wishing to be accountants into the field of accounting; (d) provide intellectual foundation in Accounting for students to enable them, on graduation, pursue further studies at the professional or higher degree level, and (e) to equip students with the theoretical and conceptual tools for problem solving in the administration of industrial, commercial, public and other human organizations.
PhD Programm
The M.Phil/PhD Management programme provides a platform for PhD students to build on the philosophical foundations of Management. This curriculum is based on the National Universities Commission (NUC) Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards (BMAS). Click here to download details

Faculty of Natural Sciences
Department of Chemistry
a. M.Sc. Duration: 12 calendar Months A good honours degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or Pharmaceutical Chemistry with at least second class lower division 22
b. M.Phil/Ph.D Duration: 3 years for full time and 5 years for Part time A good masters degree in the relevant areas in Chemistry with at least a Weighted Score Average (WSA) of 60%
c. PGD Duration: 12 calendar Months. A minimum of 3rd Class degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry.

Department of Geology and Mining
a. For M.Sc. Mineral Exploration and Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, a first or good second class Honours degree in Geology or any other relevant discipline like civil Engineering, Geophysics or Mining Engineering obtained from an accredited University.
b. For the M.Phil/Ph.D , a good masters degree from the department is required with cumulative score average (CSA) of 60% or above.
c. For Postgraduate diploma in Environmental Geology (PDEG) an honours degree in Geology or any other related Science /Engineering discipline like Civil Engineering or Mining Engineering or HND (Lower/Upper credit) in Mining Engineering is required.

Department of Physics
a. Candidates for admission into the M.Sc Physics programme should possess at least 2nd class (Lower Division) Bachelor of Science degree of a recognized University or its equivalent in any of the following disciplines: Physics, Mathematics.
b. Candidates for applied Physics should satisfy the same condition as stated in (a) above. The following disciplines: Surveying, Electronics, Radiation Physics, Computer Science, Engineering or any other related field will be accepted.
c. Candidates with HND (Lower Credit Minimum) and the Fellowship of NIST in Physics/Electronics may be considered for M.Sc. (Applied Physics).
Postgraduate Diploma in Electronics Electrical Technology and Physics a. Candidates who hold the Higher National Diploma not less than Lower credit.
b. Candidates who hold the degrees in Physics Sciences including Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics but not lower than 3rd class (Hons).
c. Any other equivalent qualification deemed adequate by the Admission Committee.

Department of Zoology
Graduates of an approved University having a Bachelor’s degree in Zoology, Biology, Agriculture and allied subjects, or a relevant medical or veterinary degree normally with a first or second class honours, are eligible to apply for admission.
Additionally, applicants with FIMLT (Fellow of Institute for Medical Laboratory Technology) and allied qualifications with a minimum of two years post qualification experience may be admitted.
M.Sc Conservative Biology For admission into M.Sc Conservative Biology, a First or second class honours degree in the following areas is required;
Forestry and Wildlife
Biological Sciences
Environmental Sciences.

Applied Microbiology and Plant Pathology
For M.Sc Applied Microbiology and Plant Pathology, a First or Second class B.Sc. Degree in Microbiology, Botany, or other relevant discipline is required. FIMLT in Microbiology or Pathology with a minimum of two years post qualification experience may be considered.

Cytogenetics and Plant Breeding
A good honours B.Sc Degree (First or second class) in Botany, Forestry or Agriculture is required for M.Sc. Cytogenetics and Plant Breeding.

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
a. For M.Sc Pharmaceutical Technology, a candidate must posses at least a GPA of 2.40 in B. Pharm. Degree or its equivalent from a recognized Institution. M.Sc. degree in a relevant area of Pharmaceutical Technology is requirement for M.Phil/Ph.D Pharmaceutical Technology with WSA of not less than 60%.
b. Postgraduate Study in Pharmaceutical Chemistry shall be open to candidates with first degree in Pharmacy, Chemistry, Biochemistry or related disciplines acceptable to the Senate of the University of Jos. Candidates who are not Pharmacy graduates may be required to take pre-requisite courses available in the Department or elsewhere in the University, such as the Department of Pharmacognosy, Pharmacology, and Pharmaceutics & Pharmaceutical Technology. To be eligible for M.Sc Pharmaceutical Chemistry, a candidate must score at least a CGPA of 2.40 (i.e. 2nd Class) in the Bachelors Degree. For the Ph.D Pharmaceutical Chemistry, a Masters degree or M.Phil in Pharmaceutical Chemistry with at least a CGPA of 3.0 or WSA of 60% and above.
c. For M.Sc. Pharmacology, a B.Pharm. Degree with GPA of at least 2.40 or its equivalent is required. For the M.Phil/Ph.D Pharmacology, a Masters degree I a relevant area with Cumulative Score Average (CSA) of 60% and above is the requirement.

Faculty of Social Sciences
a. Candidates for a Masters degree in the Department of Political Science: M.Sc. Political Economy and M.Sc. International Relations and Strategic Studies must have a minimum of Second Class degree in one of Political Science, History, Economics or Sociology
b. Candidates for MPA must have a minimum of Second Class degree in any of Political Science, Public Administration, History, Economics or Sociology with a minimum GPA of 3.50 and a minimum of 2 years Post Graduation experience.
d. Master of Science in Accounting and Finance (Full-Time). The minimum qualification required is a first Degree in Accounting or equivalent qualifications plus a minimum of two years experience after first degree graduation. All first degrees must be at least Second Class lower Honours. Admission into M.Phil/Ph.D Accounting and Finance requires a 60% WSA in MSc Accounting, MBA (Accounting and Finance) MSc or MBA (Finance) from a recognized University.
For PGD Accounting, a first degree, not less than second class lower division in any field other than Accounting or a third class in Accounting is required.
e. Candidates for M.Sc in either Sociology or Social Works must possess at least a Second Class (Upper Division) in Bachelor’s degree examinations. In very exceptional cases, a candidate with a Second Class Lower division in the bachelor’s examinations may be considered with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 and above. Candidates for MSSW, a second Class Lower shall have obtained in any discipline from a recognized University. Candidates for Doctorate must have a Master in Sociology. In exceptional cases candidates with a first degree background but a master in a related field may be considered. For Postgraduate diploma in HIV/AIDS, candidate must have a first degree or HND from the University of Jos or a recognized Institution.
f. Candidates for M.Sc Conflict Management and Peace studies must posssess a minimum entry qualification of Second class lower Degree B.Sc. or B.A. from the University of Jos or any other recognized institution, in any of the relevant fields in the Social Sciences and the humanities, or its equivalent. Candidates with a class of degree lower than second class lower, but who additionally possess a PG Diploma in Conflict and Peace Studies will also be eligible.
g. To qualify for admission to any of the Postgraduate programmes in the Department of Economics, a candidate shall have obtained a second class (Upper Division) in Economics in his/her Bachelor’s Degree. In very exceptional cases, a candidate with a marginally lower performance in the Bachelor’s examinations may be considered. However, under no circumstance shall a candidate who obtained below a 2nd class degree shall be eligible for admission.

Application Procedure:

  1. Visit and scroll down to select Application Forms.  Click Create Account to create an account using a functional email  address and phone number.
  2. Log in to your email to verify the account created and generate a  unique application form number.
  3. To pay for the application form, visit
    a. Click “Pay a Federal Government Agency”
    b. Name of MDA – type “University of Jos”
    c. Type of Service/Purpose – Select “PG APPLICATION FORM”
    d. Fill other details to generate and note the payment reference number (RRR) and pay the Fifteen Thousand Naira (N15,000.00) only Application Form Fee using any of the available channels such as Bank Branch, Internet Banking, Debit (ATM) Cards, etc.
  4. Revisit and scroll down to select Application Forms. Click Continue Registration and log in with your email and password to continue filling out the online Application Form.
  5. Carefully fill out and save each tab. Also ensure that you upload the required credentials and certificates in pdf format.
  6. After filling out all the tabs, click Complete Application to submit the application.
  7. Download, print and transmit the Transcript Request Form for your transcript to your University to process, with the address of Department of your choice. The hard copy of your transcript should be sent directly to the Department of your choice, and not to the School of Postgraduate Studies.

a. Only valid and functional email address and phone number should be used. All further correspondence will be done through the email address and phone number provided.
b. Referees forms are sent electronically. You must therefore provide referees’ valid and functional email addresses and phone numbers. Note that once the Referee Form is correctly completed, it will automatically go to the relevant Department.
c. Corrections on personal information or change of course after completion of application form may attract a fee. Therefore, ensure the online form is carefully and correctly completed.

Closing Date:

Please note that all completed Application Forms must be submitted on or before 31st August, 2017.

KWASU Admission List for 2017/2018 Session is Out

Check Kwasu Admission List 2017 Here – Kwara State University Admission Status Checking Online.

The management of Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete has released the merit first batch list of admitted students for 2017/2018 Academic Session.

How To Check KWASU Admission List 2017:

  1. Candidates are to visit the Kwasu Admission status checking portal via;
  2. Click on Login under Pre-Admission Screening Candidates.
  3. Provide your Application No./ Registration No. and your Surname (as provided during registration) as Username and Password respectively.
  4. Click on “Continue” to login to your dashboard.
  5. Once you are logged in, click on “Check admission status” link located under the Menu Tab at the left hand side of the page
  6. Your admission status will be displayed.


Admitted students MUST pay ALL their Fees within TWO WEEKS after admission has been given. Failure to pay will lead to the withdrawal of admission.

Note that all payments are to be made online from your registration/student’s portal.

Akwa Ibom Poly Admission Screening Form 2017 Out

Akwa Ibom State Poly Admission Screening Form 2017/2018 Released – See Akwa Ibom Poly Admission Requirements, Courses.

This is to inform all candidates that the process of registering candidates for 2017/2018 Admission screening Exercise has commenced in the Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic, Ikot Osurua.


To qualify for the screening exercise,
a. Candidates must have chosen Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic, Ikot Osurua as their FIRST OR SECOND CHOICE.
b. Candidates must have scored up to the national cut-off point and above.


  1. Candidates should visit the School website, click online Application, then generate an invoice with the following details: JAMB Reg Number ii. Phone number and iii. Name
  2. Candidates should go to the under listed Banks with their invoice to purchase an electronic application pin for ₦2,500.00 (Inclusive of Bank and other charges).
    – Diamond Bank PLC
    – United Bank of Africa (UBA) PLC
  3. Using the pin, visit to fill and submit the application form. Download and print the acknowledgement slip.
  4. All application forms must be filled online on or before Friday 18th August 2017 and Candidates should be at the Polytechnic on Saturday 19th August for the Screening Exercise.
  5. All recommended students for admission will be published online and their names sent to JAMB for admission letters.


i. Accreditation of candidates for the exercise commences at 8.00am.
ii. Candidates should come with;

  • The acknowledgement slip as in (3) above,
  • Photocopies of JAMB slip showing their photographs,
  • JAMB online result,
  • Original copies of credentials

iii. Only bona fide candidates will be screened.

iv. Parents, guardians and friends are strongly advised to keep away from the venues of the screening.

JAMB plans supplementary UTME for 85,000 candidates

JAMB plans supplementary UTME for 85,000 candidates
Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has fixed Saturday, July 1 to conduct supplementary Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for 85,000 candidates. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, announced the date in a statement issued on Tuesday in Abuja.

According to him, the examination, which is for candidates who registered late and those with related issues, will be spread across some Computer Based Testing (CBT) centres. “Following an enlarged management meeting of the JAMB, the supplementary 2017 UTME has been fixed to hold on Saturday, July 1. “No fewer than 85,000 candidates are scheduled to write the examination. “Affected candidates have been notified through text messages. “By this notice, they are advised to check their e-mail and profile for the schedule of their examination or visit the board’s website for their status,’’ Benjamin said. . According to him, candidates will soon be requested to print their e-slip for details such as date, venue and time of the examination.

The board noted that candidates, who are not listed for the supplementary, would not be communicated while those, whose results are withheld, would reflect in their profiles, which have been updated. The board also advised rescheduled candidates to comport themselves and be of good behaviour to avoid the circumstance that earlier necessitated the cancellation of their previous examination. “Many of the candidates rescheduled for this examination enjoy this privilege because of the board’s principles of equality and inclusiveness. “It is better to let 100 offenders go free than to punish one innocent person. “The board will enhance its monitoring of the examination as it would not compromise its sanctity.” 1.7 million candidates registered for the 2017 UTME in 633 centres across the country.

The examination was conducted from May 13 to May 20 but the board cancelled the results of more than 50,000 candidates. It also delisted 48 Computer Based Testing centres over what was described as huge and organised malpractices.

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board rescheduled exam for 85,000 candidates

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board rescheduled exam for 85,000 candidates

ABUJA— THE Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has explained that its decision to allow candidates, whose 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations, UTME, results were earlier cancelled, to rewrite was because of its new principles of equality and inclusiveness.

But the board said the examination was for only candidates who registered late and those with related issues. To this end, it warned the candidates with the privileged opportunity to resit the examination slated for Saturday to behave themselves while participating in the examination, warning that like the previous one, it would enhance its monitoring of the examination and not compromise its sanctity.

In a statement to this effect, released to the media by its Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, JAMB said the examination, which 85,000 candidates would be writing on Saturday, would be spread across some Computer Based Testing, CBT, centres. The state further explained that the rescheduled examination was a product of an enlarged management meeting of JAMB. “Many of the candidates rescheduled for this examination enjoy this privilege because of the board’s principles of equality and inclusiveness. It is better to let 100 offenders go free than to punish one innocent person,“ it said.

The board said the affected candidates have since been informed through text messages to their various contacts. “By this notice, they are advised to check their e-mail and profile for the schedule of their examination or visit the board’s website for their status,” the statement added. It said candidates will soon be requested to print their e-slip for details such as date, venue and time of the examination.

JAMB said candidates not listed for the supplementary, would not be communicated with; while those, whose results are withheld, would reflect in their profiles, which have been updated just as it advised rescheduled candidates to comport themselves and be of good behaviour to avoid the circumstance that earlier necessitated the cancellation of their previous examination.

Group tasks NASS on legislation to support girl child education

Nike Ajagbe, the Proprietor of Habitation of Hope, an NGO in Minna, on Friday, called on the National Assembly to introduce a legislation that would encourage and support girl child education in the country .

Ajagbe told the News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN) in Minna that according priority to the girl child education would prepare an enabling ground for girls to excel in their undertakings.

She said that such legislation would compel government at all levels to provide the required educational needs for the Nigeria child .

Ajagbe explained that the provision of sound education for the Nigerian child could only be possible through the provision of basic infrastructures to enhance learning.

She said that the provision of basic learning facilities from the primary school to the university level, would pave the way for qualified manpower.

The NGO proprietor observed that a well educated Nigerian child would not engage in any act of terrorism and other criminal activities.

“A Nigerian child has no business with street begging, menial jobs, hawking among others,” she said.

According to her, the present insecurity challenge facing the country is due to the poor educational background among the youth.

She also called on parents to monitor the conduct and behaviour of their children to enable them become responsible citizens.