NSUK 2017/2018 Post-UTME & DE Admission Screening Exercise Announced

Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified UTME and Direct Entry candidates for admission into Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) undergraduate programmes for 2017/2018 academic session.

ELIGIBILITY
*Candidates who choose NSUK as their FIRST CHOICE and scored the required Minimum National Cut-off Point of 170 and above in the 2017 UTME Examination.

*Direct Entry Candidates who choose NSUK as their FIRST CHOICE and have at least Lower Credit.

The exercise is scheduled to hold by 9:00am each day on the dates stated below at the Faculty in which the courses/ programmes are listed.

1. Faculties of Law, Arts and Education
Tuesday 3rd October, 2017

2. Faculties of Social Sciences and Natural and Applied Sciences Wednesday 4th October,2017

3. Faculties of Administration and Agriculture 
Thursday 5th October, 2017

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CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO COME ALONG WITH THE FOLLOWING:
1. Evidence of payment of N2,500.00
administrative charges for the POST-UTME/DE Screening Exercise using remita payment platform in any branch of the following banks:

  • Diamond Bank
  • UBA
  • EcoBank
  • Unity Bank
  • First Bank
  • FCMB
  • Keystone
  • Mainstreet 
  • Zenith Bank

(Please note that you are to come along
with their RRR print out from the bank for comfirmation.

All payments must be done 48hrs
before the expected date of screening.
(Bank charges may apply).
Payment Commence Immediately

2. Writing Materials; JAMB calculator and
3. Original UTME/DE result slip.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
A. All candidates for Mass Communication are to note that the Programme is under the Faculty of Social Sciences and should therefore appear for the screening test on Wednesday 4th October, 2017.

B. All candidates including those for the Faculty of Agriculture, are to report at the Nasarawa State University Main Campus along Keffi Akwanga Road, Keffi for the exercise on the stipulated dates, please.

Signed:
Bala I Ahmed II
Registrar
Markus Yila Simo

SEE THE MEMORANDUM BELOW 

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