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FUAM 2015/2016 Post-UTME Result – See Details

FUAM 2015/2016 Post-UTME Result Released

Federal University of Agriculture, Markudi (FUAM) 2015/2016 Post-UTME Result has been released for all UTME students who wrote their Post UTME screening examinations and the details are specified in this article.

The management and school authorities of the Federal University of Agriculture, Markudi (FUAM) have released the results of the 2015/2016 Post-Utme Screening Examination. The results can now be accessed online on the FUAM result checker.

How to Check 2015/2016 FUAM Post-UTME Result:

As has been announced above, all FUAM aspirants who took part in the screening exercise of the institution are hereby informed that the results of the 2015 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) screening exercise into Federal University of Agriculture, Markudi (FUAM) have been officially released.

Candidates who participated in the exercise are therefore advised to check their screening results via the FUAM online post utme result checker.

FUAM 2015/2016 Post-UTME Results Checker:

Follow the steps and procedure below to check your 2015/2016 UNICAL Post UTME result;

1) Candidates can see their scores by visiting the FUAM result checking portal from the link below:

>> http://uam.edu.ng/Admissions/PostUTME20152016

2) Fill in the provided fields and spaces with the corresponding information.

3) Then click the provided button to access results.

Good Luck!

About FUAM

University’s History

The establishment of Universities of Agriculture came into effect on l January 1988 following a demerger process that resulted in simultaneous coming on stream of the two Universities of Agriculture located in Makurdi in Benue State, and Abeokuta in Ogun State. A third one located in Umudike in Abia State was established in 1992. The Federal Government of Nigeria had by the end of 1983 established seven new Universities of Technology, four of which were rationalized in 1984 by merging them with, and as campuses of bigger and more established Universities as a cost saving measure. Following the initiatives and reports of the National Universities Commission (NUC) on the establishment of Universities of Agriculture, the government carefully reviewed the situation against the background of the success stories of Agricultural Universities worldwide and decided to opt for converting the two campuses at Makurdi and Abeokuta into full fledged specialized Universities of Agriculture.


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