admission into Architecture through direct entry must have 5 credit passes at the West
African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) or NECO
or GCE O/L or its equivalent at not more than two sittings in the
following subjects: English Language, Mathematics and Physics; and two
credits from Technical Drawing, Chemistry, Geography, Fine Arts,
Biology/Agric and Economics. Candidates must have at least a pass in
- Holders of the National Diploma (OND) in Architecture or
related disciplines with Upper Credit level pass, from NBTE accredited
institutions may be considered for admission for Direct Entry provided
they meet the minimum requirements of O level.
- Candidates with the GCE ‘A’ level passes in at least two
subjects from Mathematics, Geography and Physics can also be considered
for admission provided they meet the conditions in (a) above.
or GCE (O/L) or equivalent at not more than two sittings. The credits
should be in the following subjects: English Language, Mathematics,
Economics, and two others from Geography, Chemistry, Agricultural
Science/Biology, Government or History and Technical Drawing. Candidate
is expected to have at least a pass in Physics.
they have any of the following in addition to the UTME requirements
specified in A. above:
- Advanced Level passes in Economics and at least, any one of Mathematics, Geography, Biology or Chemistry; or
- OND in Estate Management or any field relevant to
Environmental Planning, Design and Management with at least Upper
- Any other equivalent qualifications
Design for the bachelor’s degree programme must possess 5 credit passes
in not more than two sittings in the
following subjects: English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, and 2 of
the following: Economics, Physics, Technical Drawing, Fine Art and
Geography. Credit or Pass in Fine Art will be an additional advantage,
while a pass grade in Physics will be acceptable.
candidates seeking admission through direct entry should have:
(Advanced Level) passes in at least two subjects from the following:
Mathematics, Chemistry, Geography, Physics, Fine Art, Technical
Drawing or Economics.
- Holders of the National Diploma (ND) with a
minimum of upper credit from recognized institutions may also be
considered for admission, provided they meet the minimum entry
requirements, and have passed in relevant subjects in the ND
examinations at credit level.
Physics and any two of the following subjects: Chemistry, Economics,
Building Construction, Technical Drawing, Geography, Government.
- National Diploma from recognized Polytechnic
or College of Technology at Upper Credit level in Quantity Surveying or
Building Technology or other relevant fields in Environmental Design and
- GCE ‘A’ level passes in at least two of the following subjects: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geography and Economics.
candidates seeking admission to 200 Level shall possess any of the
- Advanced level passes in at least two of the following: Mathematics, Geography, Economics, Physics and Chemistry; and
- National Diploma (ND) at Upper Credit in Town and Regional Planning.