Federal University Gusau (FUGUS) Post UTME / DE Screening Invitation
Federal University Gusau, FUGUS post UTME and Direct Entry screening exercise application form for the 2019/2020 academic session is now on sale. See the details below.
This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission into Federal University Gusau (FUGUS), Zamfara State for the 2019/2020 Academic Session, and who made the Institution their FIRST CHOICE that the University has fixed Wednesday, 28th August, 2019, as date for the Post UTME and Direct Entry (DE) Screening Exercise.
Also See: How to Check FUGUS Post UTME Result
FUGUS Post UTME/DE Screening Eligibility Criteria
All UTME candidates must have at least 160 JAMB Score before they are eligible for the screening. The Direct Entry (DE) candidates must at least have a lower credit at National Diploma and a minimum of seven (7) points at NCE/IJMB from recognized Institutions as qualifications required for eligibility.
Method of Application for Federal University Gusau Post UTME/DE Screening
Online Registration for the exercise commences on Wednesday 14th August, 2019 and closes on Tuesday, 27th August, 2019. To register, candidates are required to log onto FUGUS website putme.fugusau.edu.ng, follow the instructions provided for the registration to generate a Remita invoice and make a payment of two thousand naira only (N 2,000) including Bank charges for the exercise.
Candidates are required to come along with the following:
1- Original and photocopy of UTME Slip
2- Original and photocopy of DE Slip
3- Original and photocopies of credentials
4- Evidence of payment/Remita
5- Two (2) passport size photographs
All candidates are expected to be at the venue of the screening not later than 8:00am, as late comers will not be entertained. Any candidate who fails to appear for the screening on the date indicated above will not be considered thereafter.
Yakubu A. Anivbassa
About Federal University Gusau
Federal University Gusau, located in Zamfara State, Nigeria is one of the last 3 proposed new universities in 2010. The implementation of the first phase of the proposal started in February, 2011, with the establishment of nine Universities, while the second phase involving the remaining three universities including Federal University Gusau was established in 2013.