AAUA 2nd Batch Admission List Has Been Released for the 2015/2016 academic session and all aspirants of the institution are to take note.
How to Check AAUA 2nd Batch Admission List
This is to inform 2015 aspirants of Adekunle Ajasin University that the 2nd batch of admission list has been released.
To verify your admission status, visit:
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AAUA Admitted only 22% of Post-UTME candidates
The Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), Prof. Oluyemisi Adebowale, has stated that only 4,000 admission spaces are available in the institution.
The DVC, who made the statement while speaking with journalists on the ongoing 2015/2016 Post-UTME screening test, said that 17,904 candidates registered for the exercise.
She said, “Over 22,000 candidates picked AAUA through the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board. And 17, 904 candidates qualified for PUTME and we are going to admit below 4,000.”
Adebowale warned the candidates to be wary of impostors that might want to extort money and other valuables from them as inducements for admission.
She explained, “At the end of the test, we will collate all the results and go to the drawing board to decide the cut-off mark. Any candidate whose score falls within the required mark is automatically admitted. Candidates don’t need to know anybody. Our admission at AAUA is still absolutely merit-driven.”
The story of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), Ondo State, Nigeria, is more appropriately told in two phases. It was first established as Obafemi Awolowo University in March 1982 by the government of the old Ondo State, headed by the late Chief Adekunle Ajasin.
The immediately succeeding military government of Navy Commodore Bamidele Otiko changed its name to Ondo State University in 1985. Its relocation to Akungba-Akoko in the new Ondo State became imperative in 1999, following the creation of a new State out of the old Ondo three years earlier in October 1996. The bill backing the relocation was signed into law by the then Governor of the State, Chief Adebayo Adefarati, in November 1999, and that prompted the movement of a crop of workers from the old site in Ado-Ekiti to Akungba-Akoko on 1 December 1999.
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