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FCFMT Post UTME Form and Application Details, 2018/2019



Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology, FCFMT post UTME application form for the 2018/2019 academic session is currently available for interested candidates. FCFMT Post UTME Form is now available online and the details of the press release are specified in this article.

FCFMT Post UTME Invitation, 2018/2019

The school management of the Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology (FCFMT) invites applications from those interested in a career in one of the their ND programmes to apply for the 2018/2019 academic session post UTME screening exercise.

Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology ND Courses and Requirements

S/N

PROGRAMME

JAMB COMBINATION

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENT

1

Marine Engineering (ND)

Mathematic, English, Physics, and Chemistry

O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and any one (1) from Further Mathematics, Technical Drawing, Biology/Agricultural Science and Geography.

 

2

Nautical Science(ND)

Mathematic, English, Physics, Geography

English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Geography and any one (1) of the following

Chemistry, Technical Drawing and Economics/

Commerce.

3

Fisheries Technology (ND)

Mathematic, English, Biology/Agriculture, Chemistry

O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and any other Science or Social Science subject.

 

4

Maritime Transport and Business Studies (ND)

Mathematics, English, Commerce/Economics, Geography/Government

Mathematics, English, Commerce/Economics, Geography/Government

5

Industrial Relation & Labour Studies (ND)

English, Government, Economics/Commerce and Literature in English

 

O’ level credit passes in English Language, Government, Economics/Commerce/Accounts and any two (2) from Literature in English, Mathematics, Biology/Chemistry/Physics and Geography/ Agricultural Science.

 

6

Hortculture

English, Government, Economics/Commerce and Literature in English

 

O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science and any other Science or Social Science subject.

Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology 2018/2019 Post UTME Eligibility

  • Candidates who selected the Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology (FCFMT) as their choice of Institution for the 2018 JAMB UTME and have a score of at least 100.
  • JAMB candidates who did not previously select FCFMT as their choice of institution but are desirous of gaining admission into the College and have a JAMB UTME score of at least 100 are also encouraged to participate in the screening exercise.

How to Apply for the 2018/2019 FCFMT Post UTME Screening

All eligible candidates are to visit the College website www.fcfmt.edu.ng to register after the payment of ₦2,000.00 (Two Thousand naira) at any branch of a commercial bank via REMITA.

Candidates are requested to collect bank-generated receipts at the point of payment, which will contain the RRR number for the on-line registration.

For a successful application, ND candidates are expected to complete two basic registration processes as explained below:

  1. Payment via Remita.
  2. Admission Screening Bio-Data Registration.

a. Payment via Remita

ND candidates should visit any branch of commercial banks, ask for Remita in respect of Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology NDprogramme and make the required payment. After payment, the bank teller will provide a printout which contains the RRR number required to proceed with online registration.

To Generate the RRR

https://login.remita.net/remita/external/OAGFCRF/collector/payments.regFederal Colleg e of Fisheries and Marine Technology, LagosFederal College of Fisheries Technology FeesN2,000Post UTME(Candidate’s name)(Fill as appropriate)(Candidate’s phone)

b. Admission Screening Registration

Having completed the steps above, candidates should visit the FCFMT website and click on Registration to begin data entry on the online form. Data such as the RRR number used for payment and bio-information should be filled. Thereafter, candidates should upload scanned copies of their SSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB and JAMB score.Their passport photographs, which should not be more than 1MB in size should also be uploaded.

All applications for admission will close on Friday 31 August 2018.

Successful candidates would be contacted via email and also published at the College’s website at the appropriate time. 

Therefore candidates are advised to provide valid email addresses and phone numbers during registration. 

Candidates are equally advised to visit the College’s website from time to time for important information after successful registration.

For further enquiry, candidates may wish to contact us on 08030768901, Or by email on info@fcfmt.edu.ng.

About Federal College Of Fisheries And Marine Technology (FCFMT)

The Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology is a higher education institute located on Victoria Island in Lagos, Nigeria. It is a monotechnic approved by the National Board for Technical Education. The College was originally known as the Federal School of Fisheries, established in 1969 as a vocational training institute for Nigeria’s in-shore fishing fleet. It was upgraded to a technological institution in 1992. The college offers courses in fisheries technology, general science, marine engineering and nautical science. It has two hostels, accommodating about 450 students.

The college is headed by a provost who reports the Minister of Agriculture. In February 2009 Samuel Azikwe Zelibe, former head of the Fisheries Department of Delta State University, was appointed provost. In January 2010 the provost warned that despite the ₦74 million government allocation and a ₦37.4 million World Bank grant last year, the college had scarcely enough funding to cover basic needs, let alone upgrade facilities and purchase a training vessel. He said more money was needed to develop a Fishery Technology laboratory, raise buildings and build roads.

The college fronts Victoria Beach, which is rapidly eroding. When the building was commissioned in May 1993 the beach was about 150 m (490 ft) wide. Two years later, waves had reached to within a few meters of the foundation of the buildings, forcing construction of a protective groyne.

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