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EKSU Post UTME Eligible Candidates and Cut off Marks for 2021/2022



EKSU Post UTME 2021/2022: How to Know if You are Eligible for EKSU Admission Screening Exercise

Ekiti State University (EKSU) has started selling their Post UTME admission screening exercise application forms for the 2021/2022 academic session. The EKSU post UTME form can be obtained online and the screening exercise has been scheduled as detailed on the webpage accessible via the link below.

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EKSU Post UTME / Admission Screening Details

Eligibility:

  • The University will also consider UTME candidates who did not choose EKSU initially but scored 160 and above in the last UTME, and are ready to change their first choice of institution to EKSU on their JAMB CAPS. Ekiti State University (EKSU) will give concession to successful students from its Pre-Degree Programme, in keeping with Senate approval.

  • Candidates who have not written their O’level examinations should not apply for the PUTME screening exercise. They are to apply as soon as the results of their O’level examinations are released.

     

  • The University minimum UTME scores for Law, Nursing and Medicine (MBBS) are 250, 220 and 250 respectively. Candidates who scored lower in any of the aforementioned courses may apply for PUTME screening into other courses of their choice and effect the change on JAMB CAPS in order to be considered for admission. Please, note that, EKSU accepts JUPEB (minimum of 7 points) and NOT IJMB for admission.

Required General Cut off Mark:

160

About EKSU

The hint for creation of the University came during 1979 Nigeria general elections, when a gubernatorial candidate for Ondo State, Chief M. A. Ajasin made the university creation one of his campaign promises.

In March, 1981, Chief Ajasin as the Governor of Ondo State, announced the establishment a multi-campus university at the launching of 4th National Development Plan and constituted a 17-member Consultative Committee to work on the University blueprint namely: Professor O. O. Akinkugbe (Chairman), Prof. A. Adaralegbe, Prof. O. S. Adegoke, Prof. A. A. Ademosun, Prof. Z. A. Ademuwagun, Dr. N. F. Aina, Prof. J. F. Ade Ajayi, Mrs. Julia Akintoye, Prof. S. A. Aluko, Prof. M. A. Bankole, Chief R. F. Fasoranti, Prof. D. A. Ijalaye, Prof. J. A. Majasan, Prof. E. F. Ojo Prof. S. A. Ola and Prof. I. O. Oladapo (Members) and Mr. R. A. Faba (Secretary).


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