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ESUT 2015/2016 1st Batch Admission List

This is to inform 2015 aspirants of Enugu State University (ESUT) that the institution has released 1st batch list of admitted students.

The list is available online.

Candidates can access it now via this link:

>> ESUT 1st Batch Admission List 2015/2016

1.Type in the following in the spaces provided;

a.JAMB Registration No

b.Confirm JAMB Registration No


2. Click on “” to access your admission status

Very Important: Find out everything about settling down in ESUT from getting an accommodation to paying your school fees!

About ESUT

The Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) was originally founded as ASUTECH on July 30, 1980.

The University was conceived with the aim to establish an institution that must be closely related to society, its industry and above all, serve as a catalyst in the technological advancement of the people, hence the University’s motto remains, “Technology for Service”.

The enactment of the law establishing the University by the then Anambra State House of Assembly was followed by the appointment of late Professor.

Kenneth Onwuka Dike as the first President and Chief Executive of the University and the inauguration of the first Provisional Council of the University with late Professor Onwuka Dike as its first Chairman/President. (Oct 1980 – Oct 1983).

Later, Professor Chinua Achebe was appointed Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council with Professor Chiweyite Ejike as Vice Chancellor (1987 – 1988). The Management team of the University at that time included Mr. F.C. Eze – Registrar, Mr. G.C. Akachukwu – Acting Bursar and Dr. (Mrs.) Ngozi Ene – University Librarian.

At the end of Professor Achebe’s tenure, Professor Gaius Igboeli was appointed the next Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the University Governing Council. (1989 – 1991) while Professor Chiweyite Ejike was still the Vice Chancellor.

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