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IAUE Post UTME Form and Screening Details for 2020/2021 Session



Ignatius Ajuru University of Education (former Rivers State University of Education), IAUE Post-UTME / Admission screening registration for the 2020/2021 academic session is on – Apply now!

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Applications are invited from candidates who wish to study at Ignatius Ajuru University of Education (former Rivers State University of Education), Rumuolumeni, Port Harcourt and who scored 160 or above in the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to register for screening exercise at the ICT Centre, main Campus, Rumuolumeni, Port Harcourt.

Also See: IAUE Admission List

IAUE Post UTME Screening Invitation

This is to invite all UTME and Direct Entry (DE) candidates of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education for the 2020/2021 admission exercise. UTME candidates who scored 160 and above in the JAMB Examination including those that did not choose the institution and are willing to change and Direct Entry Candidates to commence registration using the registration link on the portal as contained in the advertisement. The registration will commence on Tuesday, 14th July, 2020 and close on Friday, August 13th, 2020. The registration fee is N2, 000.00 only.

Cut-Off Mark:

160

IAUE Post UTME Registration Procedure

Payment for registration and screening will be online via ATM Card or bank after generation of an invoice at the University website (www.iauoe.edu.ng) as listed below.  The cost of screening is two thousand naira (N2, 000).  Registration begins on Tuesday, 14th July, 2020.

Candidates are expected to register for the 2020/2021 UTME Screening exercise online as follows:

  1. Visit the University Website iauoe.edu.ng.
  2. On ADMISSION Menu, click on “2020/2021 UTME Screening.
  3. On the page that appears, click on “Register for 2020/2021 Session UTME Screening”.
  4. A page appears; enter your JAMB Reg. No. and Click Register.
  5. If you are a FIRST CHOICE candidate:
    • Your details will appear.
    • Click on Confirm to confirm your details.
    • Enter your Phone No and E-mail & click on submit.
    • An SMS and E-mail containing your logon details will be sent to you. Your logon details will also be displayed on the page for you to copy and take note of.
  6. If you are NOT a FIRST CHOICE candidate:
    • Click on UTME Registration button, a form will appear.
    • Fill the form completely and click on submit.
    • An SMS and E-mail containing your logon details will be sent to you. Your logon details will also be displayed on the page for you to copy and take note of.

NB: Following instruction 6 above, remember to effect change of institution to Ignatius Ajuru University of Education from JAMB Portal.

  1. Click on Login and enter your username and password sent to your email/phone.
  2. You will be prompted to change your password. Save your new password.
  3. From the menu on the left, click on Pay Screening Fees.
  4. Click on Pay for UTME Registration button and then click on Generate Invoice below.
  5. Confirm your Invoice and click on Proceed to Pay. Print your invoice.
  6. You may pay with ATM Card or proceed to Bank with your Invoice to pay.
  7. After successful payment, click on Update Personal Data menu on the left. UPDATE ALL FIELDS on your registration form and submit.
  8. Print your Registration Slip and log out.
  9. Save your login details. Your username and your password are your personal credentials to access your profile in the university portal

NB: 

  • Please, ensure error-free and seamless registration. The University is engaging in data verification of its candidates. We will do a data matching with the information provided by JAMB through its database.
  • Please note that registration is online and candidates are advised to register from any location as no candidate will be allowed physically on the University Campus.

IAUE Post UTME Screening Schedule

  • Details and modalities of the screening will be announced in due course.

IAUE Screening Requirements

Candidates are to come to the screening centre with the following:

  1. O’level certificates (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB or its equivalents).
  2. Print-out of the online registration and JAMB original slip.
  3. Two passport photographs
  4. Birth certificate/Age declaration
  5. Local Government Identification letter

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Admission is free. 
  • If anyone demands for bribe, please send a text to 08033410255.  
  • Parents, guardians, well-wishers and other unauthorized persons are not allowed at the screening centre during the screening exercise. For other enquiries, please call GSM number 08037248152.

CLOSING DATE

Friday, August 13th, 2020.

Signed
K.H. Kue-Ikoro (Mrs.)

About IAUE

At the end of the civil war in 1970, the Rivers State Government was faced with anacute shortage of trained teachers for its rapidly expanding programme of post-primary education. In view of this, a committee was appointed by the Ministry of Education to examine the problem and to make necessary recommendations on the establishment of an Advanced Teacher Training College.

The report of the committee stressed the need to invest much energy in the right directions to ensure that the schools in Rivers State did not face the danger of either collapsing or producing students who would be worth nothing on their graduation. After the required spade work by the Ministry of Education, Rivers State College of Education opened in temporary quarters at the Catholic Mission’s Stella Maris College, Port Harcourt on 14th June, 1971 with an initial intake of 116 students, under the headship of Dr. William Maxwell Jnr., a USAID representative then serving in the State.

In January 1972, the college moved to another temporary site at Oromineke in D-Line, Diobu. A new Principal, the late Mr. J.E. Ohochukwu, was also appointed in October 1972.From its foundation, the college had an uphill task to contend with the dearth of few academic staff. Lack of adequate library facilities and shortage of accommodation constituted serious problems. But happily many of the initial handicaps proved temporary and considerable progress began to be noticed in due course.


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2 Comments

  • Innocent

    My login details for IAUE was nt sent pls help me, it's my first choice

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  • Okoroji Elizabeth

    My login details for IAUE was nt sent pls help me, it's my first choice

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