FUDutse Post UTME and DE Screening Details for 2022/2023
LATEST UPDATE: The application deadline has been extended to November 28th, 2022. See details on how to apply below.
This is to inform all prospective students of Federal University, Dutse for the 2022/2023 academic session who did ‘Change Of Institution’ and it reflected on their JAMB CAPS but are not gaining access to the P-UTME portal are advised to go to the MIS-ICT centre on campus to rectify the mishap. Such a step to deny access was taken to mitigate mistakes. NOTE: no fees attached.
COMMENCEMENT OF ONLINE SCREENING: Monday, 31 October, 2022 to Monday, 14 November, 2022.
Also See: How to Check FUD Post UTME Result
Also See: FUD Admission List
FUDutse Post UTME and Direct Entry Screening Invitation
FUDutse Post-UTME/DE registration, cut-off mark, eligibility, screening dates, application cost, deadline for 2022/2023 academic session have been announced. Cut-off mark is from 150 and above.
Only candidates who chose FUD as their 1st choice and have a minimum cut off mark of 150 in the 2022 UTME conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and minimum of 8 points in IJMB and NCE or Lower Credit at National Diploma level for Direct Entry (DE) are eligible for the Online screening respectively. In addition, each candidate must possess at least five (5) credit passes including English Language and Mathematics at not more than two (2) sittings in their O’ Levels. Participation in the Online Screening is mandatory for 2022/2023 admissions.
See the departmental cut-off marks via the link:
SCREENING FEE: The screening fee is Two Thousand Naira Only (N2,000.00).
i. Visit the University Post UTME/DE Portal https://www.putme.fud.edu.ng
ii. Login with UTME/DE Registration Number and State of Origin:
iii. Update date of birth, email, phone number, state/L.G.Aas it is on the UTME/DE Registration Slip:
iv. Generate Invoice and Remita Retrieval Reference Number (RRR Number):
v. Use the RRR Number to pay N2, 000 PUTME/DE Online Screening fee using any acceptable debit card or pay at any Commercial Bank nationwide, including FUD Microfinance Bank:
vi. Update O’ Level results (not more than two sittings) as well as A ‘level result where applicable;
vii. Sean and update genuine and authentic copy of O’ Level/A’ Level results and recent passport photograph:
viii. Print Acknowledgment Slip:
2021/2022 Candidates that have not been screened are to complete their online screening on or before November 28th, 2022.
b. All Candidates should print the following:
I. Evidence of Remita Payment Receipt
ii. Printed Acknowledgement Slip
iii. JAMB UTME Notification of Results/Registration slips;
c. All candidates are advised to make sure that they have uploaded their O’Level results on the JAMB website.
d. Candidates are expected to adhere strictly to the closing date of the online screening as there will be no window for extension.
For more information or clarification, candidates can visit the PUTME portal for live chat or email us at email@example.com
Abubakar Mijinyawa FCIA, finst.AM.
The Federal University Dutse (FUD), is one of the nine universities created by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2011. FUD offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programs (Pgde.Msc. and as well as PhD). The Federal University, Dutse (FUD) held its first convocation ceremony on January 16, 2016.
Delivering his speech at the convocation ceremony the Pioneer vice chancellor of the university Professor Jibirilla Dahiru Aminu (OFR) revealed that the university has scored over 80 percent marks from the assessment made by National Council of University on facilities and academic effectiveness.
The university’s campus is located in the ancient town of Dutse the capital of Jigawa State. FUD seeks to attract a diverse cast of lecturers and students, support research and teaching on local, national and global issues and create academic relationships with many universities and higher education institutions in Nigeria and across the world. FUD is offering a broad range of degree programs in Humanities, Natural and the Social Sciences, Agricultural Science and also in Medicine.
Faculties in offerings are Faculty of law, faculty of engineering and faculty of management science to take up this year. From the university’s pioneer crop of 205 students enrolled in four academic programmes in three faculties had grown to about 3,200 students in the university’s fifth academic year of operation, while there are 1,332 academic and non-teaching staff. The number courses in the university now stand at 17.