Saturday, 17 August 2019

Universities 2019 Admission Pattern for all Nigerian Students. (Know your fate in getting admitted in NSUK)

www.nsukguide.comThe Former Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission, NUC, Professor Peter Okebukola, has disclosed that the scrapping of Post-UTME means that tertiary institutions will now go back to the agreement NUC had with Vice-Chancellors in 2004 when it introduced Post-UTME which is to screen candidates on oral interview and written essay.

Admission Guide to All Tertiary Aspirants

Students seeking admission may have gotten a lifeline following a new set of guidelines by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
According to The Nation, the board on Monday, July 4, explained that the new guidelines for admission process was made through its website following consultations with universities and other tertiary institutions in the country.
The new admission process would work for candidates who wrote the examination and direct-entry, with the board explaining that universities would collect screening fees from candidates at the end of admission process.
The board stated: “Before a candidate can be considered for screening, he/she must have been given provisional admission by JAMB. The JAMB admission checker portal is going to be opened soon for this process, so praying is all you can do now.”
Explaining further, JAMB stated that the point system where admission would depend on the point tally of the candidate means: “JAMB’s provisional admission no longer makes much sense this year, your points tally will decide your faith.
“The points are evenly spread out between your O’level and JAMB results to provide a level playing field for all.
“In the first case, any candidate who submits only one result which contains his/her relevant subjects already has 10 points, the exam could be NECO, WAEC, GCE etc, but any candidate who has two sittings only gets two points. So, this means that aspirants with only one result are at an advantage but only just.”
Candidates also have more chances of gaining admission with better grades in their O’level thus: 
A – 6 marks, B – 4 marks, C – 3 marks.
In addition, the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) scores also have implications during the admission process.
180 – 200 (or 20 – 23 marks), 200 – 250 (or 24 – 33 points), 251 – 300 (or 34 – 43), 300 – 400 (or 44 – 60 points) as well as five JAMB results per point added.
The admission board informed also that a candidate with 180 – 185 gets 20 points, a candidate with 186 – 190 gets 21 points, stating further that the point system for direct entry will be released soon just as fees would still be charged for screening which has replaced the post UTME.

How Admission will be conducted by JAMB

If the proposed modality for admission by JAMB is to be adopted for 2018 admission screening, below is how it will be conducted.
  1. JAMB must offer a candidate an admission before such candidates qualifies for screening in the institution he or she has been provisionally admitted. This means that institutions can only screening candidates sent to them by JAMB as having been provisionally admitted in such institution.
  2. Institutions admission screening processes will now be based on point system. The first on the point system is the O’level grading. Candidates who have only one O-level result will stand a better chance of gaining admission than candidates with 2 results. One 0’level result = 10marks/points while two O’level results = 3 marks/points.
Similarly, each grade will now have its equivalent points/marks in this manner; A=6 marks, B=4 marks, C=3 marks which means the having better grades in your O’level result gives you a better chance of securing admission.
The next to be considered on the point system is your UTME Score. Candidates will be awarded marks/points based on their 180-200=20-23 marks, 200-250=24-33 points, 251-300=34-43, 300-400=44-60 points. The higher your score, the higher your chances of securing admission.
This means that what we previously know as institutions cut-off-marks will now be known as institutions cut-off points which will be arrived at after putting all the aforementioned into consideration.
  1. JAMB provisional admission is now a means to an end and not an end itself. This means that JAMB may offer a candidate a provisional admissions and such candidate will still be denied admission by his/her institution because he or she comes below the cut-off point for his/her course in that particular institution.
For instance you may be given provisional admission to study MBBS in UNIBEN by JAMB having obtained a UTME score of 260. If your institution’s cut-off point for medicine is 95 points and you come below that number of points after the screening, you will likely be denied admission.
  1. Admission process will still put into considerations factors like catchment area and ELDS (Educationally Less Developed States) in determining the number of candidates admitted. Admission by merit is 45%, catchment area 35% and ELDS 20%.
The issue of Science to arts ratio will still be in place. For universities Science to arts ratio will be 60:40, Polytechnics 70:30. However for specialized institutions (Technology, Science Agriculture etc) it will be 100% related to their specialty. Also 90% of admission will go to UTME candidates while 10% will go to Direct Entry candidates.
  1. Schools are still at liberty to charge a certain fee for the screening of candidates. However, the Board did not stipulate how much institutions are to charge for this.

How to check if you are Eligible for Admission 2019

Here is how the 2017/18 Admission Screening will be calculated;
Step 1 – Number of sittings for O’Level
1) One Sitting = 10 marks
2) Two Sittings = 3marks
Total marks obtainable = 10marks
Step 2 – O’Level Result Grading from 5 subjects
A (A1) = 6marks
B (B2, B3) = 4marks
C (C4, C5, C6) = 3marks
Total marks obtainable = 30marks
Step 3 – JAMB UTME Score Grades
Check the image below for your score grade
Total marks obtainable = 60marks
So start calculating your score now.

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Varsity workers to begin nationwide strike Monday, 19 August 2019

 Varsity workers to begin nationwide strike Monday
The non-academic workers of Nigerian universities, under the auspices of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities and Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities, have resolved to embark on a one-week warning strike nationwide from August 19 to 23.
The unions said in Abuja on Friday that the strike was necessitated by the refusal of the Federal Government to attend to their demands after the expiration of a 14-day ultimatum given to the authorities.
This development was contained in a letter signed by SSANU President and Chairman of the Joint Action Committee, Mr Samson Ugwoke, and General Secretary, Mr Peters Adeyemi.
The demands of the unions included the payment of their earned allowances, the university staff schools’ matter, and the renegotiation of the 2019 Federal Government of Nigeria’s agreement with the unions. The unions instructed all members and institutions to comply with the warning strike from Monday or face sanctions.
The planned one-week strike of SSANU and NASU is coming after about five months when the Academic Staff Union of Universities suspended its four-month-old strike in February 2019.
The SSANU and NASU had embarked on a nationwide strike on December 4, 2017, following the failure of the government to grant their demands.
Source: PUNCH.
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Thursday, 8 August 2019

STUDENT’S RAPE: No attempt to sweep case under carpet — Ondo Police

police, Security, Student’s rape


AKURE—THE Ondo State Police Command, yesterday, dispelled insinuations that security agencies in the state planned to sweep the rape case against soldiers under the carpet.

Some soldiers were alleged to have raped a 300 level student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko at a military checkpoint


Spokesperson of the Ondo Police Command, Mr. Femi Joseph, in a statement, said: “The Ondo State Police Command wishes to announce to the general public that the alleged rape case against a soldier attached to the 32 Artillery Brigade Akure is currently under investigation. “The command in synergy with our military counterparts will leave no stone unturned to ensure that justice is served in this case.



“We, therefore, wish to inform Nigerians that there is no attempt whatsoever to sweep the case under the carpet as being insinuated by some people.” Speaking on the Tuesday bank robbery in Iju, Akure North council area of the state, the Police spokesperson said that the timely intervention of police detectives foiled the robbery. Joseph said: “The robbers who used dynamites to force their way into the bank succumbed to the superior firepower of our men by escaping into the bush with some of them suffering bullet wounds. “Our men are on the trail of the suspects who were forced to abandon the two vehicles they came with.”

Source: Vanguard 


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Wednesday, 7 August 2019

Event: Face Of Nigeria (Nasarawa) 2019 + Nigeria Glam Awards

Kajmo Concept Nigeria
Presents 

FACE OF NIGERIA (NASARAWA) 2019 + NIGERIA GLAM AWARDS - BLACK EDITION V0L 1

Who Will  Wear The Crown? 
One Of Nasarawa State Biggest Make-up And Cosmetic Brand  Kajmo Concept  Brings Us This Year's Edition Of One Of The Most Talked About Fashion Events In Nigeria And It Will Be Happening Live In Keffi For All Fun Lovers With A Blend Up Of Music Performance, Fashion, Comedy, Dance, Runway, Awards And More To Keep The Fun Going.

The Date Is Saturday, 17th August 2019 And The Event Will Be Happening Live At The New Keffi Hotel  (Along Keffi-akwanga Express Way) Nasarawa State.

Tickets For This Events Are Already On Sale
Bronze/regular - N500 | Gold - N5000 | Diamond Table For Three - N18k | Exclusive Table For Eight - N50k

Red Carpet - 5pm | Grand Finale - 7pm

Guest Artiste - Adamswag

On The Wheels Of Steel - Dj Klems & Dj Koko

Get Ready To Be Entertained
See You There

For More Enquires And Table Bookings Please Contact The Number Below
08145216529 or 08067944772

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Saturday, 3 August 2019

CONTINUATION OF DISBURSEMENT OF 2014/2015



ANNOUNCEMENT FROM NASARAWA STATE SCHOLARSHIP BOARD

In line with His Excellency's good intention to revamp and encourage the Educational sector as captured in his inauguration speech, the Executive Governor of Nasarawa State Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule has graciously approved the CONTINUATION OF DISBURSEMENT OF 2014/2015 students bursary allowances to the State Indigenes schooling various institutions within and outside the State.

In compliance with His Excellency's directives the Board will be conducting verification and disbursement exercise for students that applied for scholarship in 2014/2015 and SCREENED IN 2016 as follows:-

AKWANGA ZONE:-
(A) College of Education Akwanga
1. NCE III, School of Science, Education and languages.
2. ALL NCE II
Date: 6th-7th August,2019
venue: Hall 12 COE, AKwanga
Time: 9am-4pm daily.

KEFFI ZONE:
(B) Nasarawa State University Keffi
1. 400 level Faculty of Administration
2. 400 level Faculty of Natural Applied Sciences
3. 400 level Faculty of Social Sciences
4. 400 level Faculty of Law
5. 400 level Faculty of Arts
6. 400 level Faculty of Agriculture
7. 200 level of all Faculties

FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC NASARAWA
1. HND II students Federal Polytechnic, Nasarawa.
Date: 8th-10th August, 2019 
Venue: Assembly Hall Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
Time: 9am-4pm daily.

LAFIA ZONE:
(C)Federal University Lafia.
1. 200 and 400 level of all Faculties
(D) Isa Mustapha Agwai I Polytechnic Lafia,
1. ALL HND II Students.
Date: 15th-16 August, 2019
Venue: Hall I, Isa Mustapha Agwai I Polytechnic, Lafia
Time: 9am-4pm daily.

3. All the screened candidates are to come along with their originals of the following:-
(a) Admission letter
(b) Indigene Certificate
(C) Evidence of last payment of school fee (receipt)
(d) School I.D card/Voters Card

NOTE
Students must adhere strictly to the stipulated Time-Table. No payment by proxy.

For info contact:
Muhammad Umar sarki
(MEDIA ASSISTANT NSSB)
08134594440
or email us at
nasarawastatescholarshipsboard
@gmail.com
Signed
Hon.Danlami Ikpobose CNA
Executive Secretary Nasarawa State Scholarship Board Lafia
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Thursday, 1 August 2019

List of Illegal Universities in Nigeria by NUC 2019

List of illegal degree awarding universities operating in Nigeria, by National Universities Commission (NUC).
nuc releases illegal varsities in nigeria
NSUKGUIDE wishes to inform the general public, especially parents and prospective undergraduate students that the National Universities Commission (NUC) of Nigeria has released a list of illegal degree awarding Universities in Nigeria as follows:

LIST OF ILLEGAL DEGREE AWARDING INSTITUTIONS  (“DEGREE MILLS”) OPERATING IN NIGERIA.

1. University of Accountancy and Management Studies, operating anywhere in Nigeria
2. Christians of Charity American University of Science and Technology, Nkpor, Anambra State or any of its other campuses
3. University of Industry, Yaba, Lagos or any of its other campuses
4. University of Applied Sciences and Management, Port Novo, Republic of Benin or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
5. Blacksmith University, Akwa or any of its other campuses
6. Volta University College, HO, Volta Region, Ghana or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
7. Royal University, Izhia, PO BOX 800, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State or any of its other campuses
8. Atlanta University, Anyigba, Kogi state or any of its other campuses
9. United Christian University, Macotis campus, Imo State or any of its other campuses
10. United Nigeria University College, Okija Anambra State or any of its other campuses.
11. Samuel Ahmadu University, Makurdi, Benue State or any of its other campuses
12. UNESCO University, Ndoni, Rivers State or any of its other campuses
13. Saint Augustine’s University of Technology, Jos, Pleateu State or any of its other campuses
14. The International University, Missouri USA, Kano and Lagos studies centres or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
15. Collumbus University, UK, operating anywhere in Nigeria
16. Tiu International University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria
17. Pebbles University, UK operating anywhere in Nigeria
18. London External Studies, UK, operating anywhere in Nigeria
19. Pilgrims University operating anywhere in Nigeria
20. Lobi Business School, Makurdi, Benue State or any of its campuses in Nigeria
21. West African Christian University operating anywhere in Nigeria
22. Bolta University College, Aba or any of its campuses in Nigeria
23. JBC Seminary Inc. (Wukari Jubilee University) Kaduna illegal campus
24. Western University, Esie Kwara State or any of its campuses in Nigeria
25. St. Andrews University College, Abuja or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
26. EC-Council USA, Ikeja Lagos Study Centre
27. Atlas University, Ikot Udoso Uko, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
28. Concept College/Universities (London) Ilorin or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
29. Halifax Gateway University, Ikeja or any of its campuses in Nigeria
30. Kingdom of Christ University, Abuja or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
31. Acada University, Akinlalu Oyo state or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
32. Filfom University, Mbaise, Imo State or any of its other campuses in Nigeria
33. Houdegbe North American University campuses in Nigeria
34. Atlantic Intercontinental University, Okija Anambra State
35. Open International University, Akure
36. Middle Belt University (North Central University) Otukpo
37. Lead Way University, Ugheli, Delta State
38. Metro University, Dutse/Bwari Abuja
39. Southend University, Ngwuro Egeru (Afam) Ndoki, Rivers State
40. Olympic University, Nsukka, Enugu State
41. Federal College of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Abuja
42. Temple University, Abuja
43. Irish University Business School, London, operating anywhere in Nigeria
44. National University of Technology, Lafia, Nasarawa State
45. University of Accountancy and Management Studies, Mowe, Lagos – Ibadan Expressway and its annex at 41, Ikorodu road, Lagos.
46. University of Education, Wenneba Ghana operating anywhere in Nigeria
47. Cape Coast University, Ghana operating in Nigeria
48. African University Cooperative Development (AUCD) Cotonou, Benin Republic operating anywhere in Nigeria
49. Pacific Western University, Denver Colorado, Oweri study centre
50. Evangel University of America and Chudick Management Academic, Lagos
51. Enugu State University of Science and Technology (Gboko campus)
52. Career Light Resources Centre, Jos
53. University of West Africa, Kwali Abuja, FCT
54. Coastal University, Iba Oku, Akwa Ibom State
55. Kaduna Business School, Kaduna
56. Royal University of Theology, Minna, Niger State
57. West African Union University, in collaboration with International Professional College of Administration, Science and Technology, Nigeria operating anywhere in Nigeria
58. Gospel Missionary Foundation (GMF), Theological University, 165 Isolo road, Cele bus stop, Egbe Ikotun, Lagos
In addition to the closure, the following Degree Mills are currently undergoing further investigations and/or ongoing court actions. The purpose of these actions is to prosecute the proprietors and recover illegal fees and charges on subscribers.
  1. National University of Nigeria, Keffi, Nasarawa State
  2. North Central University, Otukpo. Benue State
  3. Christ Alive Christian Seminary and University, Enugu
  4. Richmond Open University, Arochukwu, Abia State.
  5. West Coast University, Umuahia.
  6. Saint Clements University, Iyin Ekiti, Ekiti State
  7. Volta University College, Aba, Abia State.
  8. Illegal Satellite Campuses of Ambrose Alli University.
  9. L.I.F.E Leadership University, Benin City, Edo State.
For the avoidance of doubt, anybody who patronises or obtains any certificate from any of these illegal institutions does so at his or her own risk. Certificates obtained from these sources will not be recognised for the purposes of NYSC, employment, and further studies.
The relevant Law enforcement agencies har e also been informed for their further necessary action.
* This list of illegal institutions is not exhaustive.
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Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) Scholarships 2020/2021 (Fully Funded to Study in UK)

Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) ScholarshipsAfrica Initiative for Governance (AIG) is now accepting applications from eligible Nigerians and Ghanaians for its 2020/2021 scholarships. The deadline for submission of application for the Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) Scholarshipsis 23rd September, 2019.
To achieve our goal of being a catalyst for public sector transformation, AIG will every year, for five years starting in 2017, fund five scholarships for outstanding West Africans from all backgrounds who are passionate about the public sector, to pursue the Master of Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government , University of Oxford. Upon graduation, AIG Scholars will be expected to return to their home country and apply their learning experience as change agents in their country’s public sector. 
The AIG Scholarships are full scholarships covering fees, accommodation and living expenses
Our Scholarships Programme is targeted at graduates between the ages of 25 and 35, some of whom may have work experience. The Scholars will be exceptionally intelligent graduates who have excelled academically as well as in other areas of their lives.

Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) Scholarships Eligibility Criteria.

Requirements:
  • Be a citizen of Nigeria or Ghana
  • Be between the ages of 25 and 35 years (must not be 36 years old by December 31, 2019)
  • Have a first-class or second-class upper undergraduate degree with honours (or equivalent international qualifications), as a minimum, in any discipline. For applicants with a degree from the USA, the minimum GPA sought is 3.7 out of 4.0
  • Be preferably top 10% of graduating class (First, Second or Master’s Degree) – evidence to be provided
  • Provide evidence of game-changing leadership and resultant impact
  • Show skills and interests outside of academics (evidence to be provided)
Please note that:
  • Academic distinction and leadership potential are key priorities for selection.
  • In the case of candidates with second-class upper qualifications, a Master’s, second degree or relevant professional qualification will be an advantage.
  • Only applicants shortlisted for the next stage of the selection process will be contacted and any inquiries regarding individual application status are strictly prohibited.
  • Applications sent via post or in person are NOT acceptable.
  • Candidates who emerge as finalists in the Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) selection process will be expected to apply directly to the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, for admissions. Finalists who are offered admission to the Master of Public Policy will be considered by the School in the final selection of AIG Scholars.

How to Apply for Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG) Scholarships.

Application opens from July 31 – September 23, 2019.
Interested candidates who meet the criteria listed above should apply by clicking on  “Apply” 
New applicants should click on the “Start Application” tab on the site menu and provide their basic information. On submission of your basic information, you will instantly receive an acknowledgement e-mail, from the portal containing a link that will enable you to continue the application process. You MUST click on the link (or copy and paste the URL into your browser) to continue the application. You will be automatically redirected to the application portal where you can continue and complete your application. 
Please note that you will not receive an e-mail if your e-mail address is incorrect, non-functional or has been deactivated as a result of inactivity for a long period of time. You should therefore, ensure that your e-mail account is active and open before you start your application.
Returning applicants should click on the “Continue Application” tab on the site menu and log in with their email address and password. 
** If you have any complaints or encounter any challenges in the course of your application, Please send an email to helpdesk@aigafrica.org . Alternately, you may call the helpdesk on 08097178248 or send us a WhatsApp message via 08097178248.
Please note that you will be required to upload a passport photograph with a maximum size of 50 kb. 
Please note that:
  • An AIG Scholarship is confirmed when a successful candidate has been offered a place by BSG for the MPP programme
  • Only applicants selected for the second round of the AIG Scholarships selection process will be notified, and asked to provide further information
  • Scholarship winners must be prepared to undertake to return to their country of origin and work in the public sector of that country for a minimum period of three years, and be willing to sign a Bond to that effect
Applicants who reach the second stage of selection will be required to furnish the following additional information.
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Full Academic Transcripts
  • Academic and/or Professional References (four in total). Please note that at least two of the references must be from individuals whom you studied under at university. The references should be sent directly to AIG, and should attest to the character and intellect of the applicant, including academic, personal, extra-curricular and leadership achievements. (References should not be given by people who are related to the applicant.)
  • Personal Essay (no more than 1500 words) covering the following:
    • Why you are interested in public service and public policy; describe the specific issue(s) or problem(s) you care about, your thoughts on how this issue can be resolved and how the resolution of this issue could impact the economy as a whole.
    • Why the AIG Scholarship and the MPP Programme at BSG-Oxford are important to you and how you would utilise this opportunity.
    • The description of a personal challenge you have overcome or an achievement that you believe demonstrates your leadership potential, and the impact of that achievement.
  • Two passport photographs
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American University of Nigeria (AUN) Post UTME / DE Form for 2019/2020 Academic Session [Undergraduate Admission]


American University of Nigeria (AUN) Post UTME form
The sale of forms for admission into the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, Adamawa State, undergraduate programmes for the 2019/2020 academic session has commenced. See the courses,  requirements and how to apply to apply for AUN post UTME form below.


Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the American University of Nigeria (AUN) first degree programmes for the 2019/2020 academic session.

American University of Nigeria Undergraduate Courses.


  1. Accounting (BSc)
  2. Business Administration (BSc)
  3. Chemical Engineering (B.Eng)
  4. Communications and Multimedia Design (BSc)
  5. Computer Engineering (B.Eng)
  6. Computer Science (BSc)
  7. Economics (BA)
  8. Electrical/Electronic Engineering (B.Eng)
  9. Electronics Engineering (B.Eng)
  10. English Literature & Language (BA)
  11. Entrepreneurship (BSc)
  12. Information Systems (BSc)
  13. Natural and Environmental Sciences (BSc)
  14. Petroleum Chemistry (BSc)
  15. Politics and International Studies (BA)
  16. Software Engineering (BSc)
  17. Systems Engineering (B.Eng)
  18. Telecommunication Engineering (B.Eng)
  19. Telecommunications & Wireless Technology (BSc)
  20. Bachelor of Laws (LLB Honors)

AUN Undergraduate Admission Requirements for Local & International Applicants.

  • Students must possess a minimum Jamb score of 160 or JAMB’s yearly official cut off score to be considered for admission at AUN.
  • Also required for admissions consideration are five (5) credits, including English Language and Mathematics, on no more than two SSCE sittings, or an equivalent from a country that requires other types of exit exams or standardized tests. Exceptions, if any, are made on a case-by-case basis.
  • Candidates seeking admission into the Bachelor of Laws (LLB Honors) program must in addition possess a credit in Literature-in-English.


  • Having the above scores and grades does not guarantee admission into the University. The above mentioned requirements only qualifies you for admission consideration and not necessarily acceptance. Students’ applications are carefully scrutinized, and those accepted are the ones with the highest scores and qualifications in the applicant pool.
  • JAMB scores, WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, IGCSE etc. scores and SS1, SS2 & SS3 transcripts assess an applicant’s overall performance and are the basic factors in the decision.
  • 
Direct Entry, Transfer Students from other institutions, and International Applicants are advised to contact admissions@aun.edu.ng for current entry requirements. 


UTME Candidates:
  • Completed Application form
  • SSCE, any or combination of (WAEC/NECO/GCE/IGCSE/NABTEB)
  • Transcripts from high school (SS1-3)
  • Letter of Recommendation (from your high school principal)
  • JAMB result (A minimum score of 160)
  • ID card (International passport/Drivers’ license/National ID card).
  • A personal Essay on why you are choosing AUN and what your future ambitions are.
Direct Entry/Transfer:
  • Completed Application form
  • Diploma result (NCE/OND/HND) or ‘A’Level
  • Official Transcripts
  • SSCE, any or combination of (WAEC/NECO/GCE/IGCSE/NABTEB)
  • Direct entry JAMB or IJMB
  • Recommendation letter
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
  • Required Application Documents
    • End of High/Secondary School External Examination Grades; IGCSE, SSCE or the equivalent.
    • Copies of applicant’s High/Secondary School transcripts for the last three years. Transfer applicants need to submit undergraduate transcripts and course description.
    • A Letter of Recommendation/Attestation from the high/secondary school attended
    • A Personal Statement (Essay) about why the applicant chose AUN and what his/her future ambitions are
    • A photocopy of ID card, Valid Passport & appropriate Visa for International students (picture page)
    • Four personal Passport Photographs.
  • Travel & Residency Requirements: Prospective enrollees MUST fulfill the following requirements before embarking on any study travel to American University of Nigeria in Yola:
    • Possess a valid national passport of their home countries
    • Secure valid travel visas that transcend the duration of their study period in Nigeria
    • On arrival at AUN, both travel documents must be presented and surrendered to the Office of the VP Campus Life & Dean, Student Affair at AUN or his designated representative
    • Potential enrollees with passports and visas that have less than six months to expire must present evidence that such documents can be renewed automatically without interrupting their study period
    • Such evidence must include but not limited to written commitments from the embassies of their home countries in Nigeria
    • Prospective students are encouraged to reside on campus as adequate hostel accommodation is available and will be allocated on completion of housing fee payment
    • Advanced booking for housing can be made with the Bursar at bursar@aun.edu.ng
  • Admission Processing
    • An AUN Admission Committee will review completed applications only.
    • Applicants are advised to retain original copies of their academic documents for future use, as AUN does not return any of the submitted documents once registration is completed.
    • Candidates are also advised to keep copies of their travel documents before surrendering them to AUN upon enrollment.
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Federal University Wukari Shut Down Over Alleged Kidnap Of Tiv Students


The management of the Federal University Wukari, Taraba State, has shut down the institution.

The move followed a protest staged by the Tiv Students Union over the alleged kidnap of their colleagues.
The management of the school, in a statement released and approved by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Abubakar Kundiri, thereafter, directed that all activities should stop until further notice, to avoid escalation of any crisis that may affect students affair.
They also directed that all students should vacate school hostels with immediate effect.
Meanwhile, at the time of filling in this report, there was a counter-protest by the Student Union Government for the reversal of the management’s decision to suspend school activities.
This follows a lingering crisis between the Tiv and Jukun tribe in Wukari Local Government Area.

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