FUTMINNA Pre-Degree / IJMB Programmes Admission Invitation
Federal University of Technology, Minna, FUTMINNA one year Preliminary Degree/IJMB programmes admission form for the 2023/2024 academic session has been released.
Also See: FUTMINNA Pre-degree / IJMB Admission List
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the One-year Preliminary Degree programme (both Minna and Suleja Centres) and IJMB Minna Centre of the Federal University of Technology, Minna for the 2023/2024 academic session.
The University runs various Science and Technology based degree programmes in the following Schools: (1) Agriculture and Agricultural Technology (2) Electrical Engineering and Technology (3) Environmental Technology (4) Information and Communication Technology (5) Infrastructure, Process Engineering and Technology (6) Life Sciences (7) Physical Sciences (8) Science and Technology Education.
The Pre-Degree Programme is designed to prepare candidates for admission into 100 Level degree programmes of the University. While the IJMB is one year programme for Advanced Level (A/L) subjects to prepare candidates for admission into Nigerian and foreign universities at 200 Level.
FUTMINNA Pre-Degree/IJMB Programmes Entry Requirements
To qualify for admission, a candidate MUST have at least five (5) credits including English Language, Mathematics and in any three of the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology/Agricultural Science/Health Science/ Technical Drawing and Geography at SSCE, GCE O’ Level, NECO and NABTEB. The results obtained should not be at more than two sittings. For IJMB programme, Agricultural Science and Health Science are not acceptable.
How to Apply for FUTMINNA Pre-Degree/IJMB Admission
Candidates are to log on to https://eportal.futminna.edu.ng/FUTApp/ to obtain instructions for the purchase of application forms.
Application form cost Five Thousand Naira (N5,000.00) only.
Admission requirement includes scan copies of your credentials: – O’level sittings, Primary Certificate, Indigene or Birth Certificate.
Please note that the Centre is not liable to give reasons for rejecting any application, nor will it enter into correspondence on the subject matter with any applicant.
About FUTMINNA Pre-Degree Programme
Applying for an admission into the Federal University of Technology, Minna begins with you first applying for the forthcoming University Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), conducted by the Joint Admission and Matriculation board, (JAMB).
Minimum college preparatory academic requirements for JAMB/UTME: (in years of senior secondary school study, high school study, or equivalent).
The UTME Forms may be purchased from the Jamb Office located in your state, or from a designated Bank. Examination application is strictly online. Refer to JAMB official website, for more information.
If you truly desire to study in our university, in preference to the other schools, we strongly advise you to fill it in the UTME Application Form as your school of first choice. This is usually helpful in giving you first priority consideration during admission as opposed to the other candidates who may have our school as their second choice. However, we do conduct a post-UTME examination, purposeful for verifying your UTME score. It is like saying “If you truly made that high score in JAMB UTME, prove it to us in this aftermath Examination”.
Because we are not in control of the supervision of UTME, our post-UTME examination guides us to selecting and admitting real students.
The Federal University of Technology, Minna is a Federal Government owned University in Nigeria. It was established on 1st February, 1983. The objective for its establishment is to give effect to the Nation’s drive for the much-needed self-reliance in Science, Engineering and especially Technology. It is a specialized University of Technology.
The completion of students’ hostels, some staff houses, SET and SEET buildings facilitated the commencement of full academic activities in the Main Campus at the beginning of the 2004/2005 academic session. Meanwhile, SAAT which was temporarily occupying a part of the SEET Complex has been successfully completed and moved in 2009.
Since its inception, the University has graduated students, whose market value is being adjudged very satisfactory and are in high demand both in government and industry, servicing the technological needs of the nation. The figure showed a remarkable growth rate from 22 graduates in 1990, to 662 in 1998 and total students enrolments are now over 13,000 with academic staff strength of 698 as at 1st January, 2009.
The University has recorded quite a number of academic achievements which, include the design and fabrication of a number of highly valuable items of socio-economic importance such as the Solar air heater, Motor-car crankshaft, Gearing system for crane hoist drives, Rice de-stoning machine, Maize sheller, Multi-purpose grinder, Irrigation models, Poultry feeder amongst a host of other creative innovations.
It is equally gratifying to note that the University has gained recognition nationwide as a Centre for Excellence in Computer Science having been so designated by the National Universities Commission. In pursuit of this, the University obtained Internet connectivity towards the end of 1998, acquired its VSAT facility in 2003, and by 2005/2006 academic session students’ registration was conducted on-line. Now the members of the University Community can easily access information the World over on the super highway.
In pursuance of academic excellence in solving human problems, Professor S.A. Garba of the Department of Microbiology led a team of researchers in the development and production of typhoid fever vaccines. This project is sponsored by the Unipetrol Nigeria Plc. The team has been able to develop and produce typhoid fever vaccines. And having completed the testing on mice, guinea pigs, rabbits and monkeys, the Vaccine was tested on humans with amazing success. The new vaccine would soon b e made available to the global market after further due process.