Do you want to pursue your degree program in Abuad through direct entry and you don’t know how to go about it. Is it that you don’t know what are the direct entry admission requirements into Abuad? Or your don’t know the procedures to secure yourself admission into the school?
This post is meant to serve as a guide for you, it will tell you all Abuad admission requirements and other things you need to know about direct entry.
Let me believe that you understand what entry into university means by direct entry? In case you don’t know. It is an admission process that automatically qualifies you to resume school into 200level or three. To qualify, you must have had diploma, A’Level cert, NCE, HND or B.sc in some circumstances. Therefore, if you are a direct entry student, kindly read on.
What Are The ABUAD Direct Entry Admission Requirements? As a matter of fact, for you to be qualify for admission into 200level as a direct entry student into the school. You must meet up with the following two categories of admission requirements.
- O Level Requirements: Direct entry applicants must first of all have up to five credit passes their O level certificate in relevant subjects.
- In addition, all Direct Entry applicant must have a good credit pass in his or her A’ Level examination from a reputable institution in addition to the O’ Level subjects enumerated above.
- Diploma and Certificate programmes in relevant courses
- HND/B.Sc In relevant courses
How To Obtain Direct Entry Form Into ABUAD
Now you are qualified and you don’t know how to go about the application process? Don’t worry.
All you need to do is simple. just go to any Jamb office near you to obtain Direct Entry Card. Its N5000.
Take it to any accredited cafe to complete the form. Chose Abuad. Then take the photocopy of your DE slip, with all your credentials to Jamb office for submission. It is compulsory for you to submit your form as a direct entry applicant. Otherwise, you name na wetin? smiles… Just make sure you submit it dear.
Make sure you participate in the school post utme screening exercise.