The Polytechnic Ibadan Post-UTME screening for the 2018/2019 session has been announced – See how to apply below.
This is to inform candidates for Admission into the National Diploma (ND) programme of The Polytechnic Ibadan for the 2017/2018 academic session that the admission screening registration has commenced.
Poly Ibadan Post-UTME registration, cut-off mark, application cost, eligibility and other relevant details for the 2018/2019 academic session have been announced by the management of the polytechnic. The minimum cut-off mark is 150 and the application cost is ₦2000.
Ibadan Poly Post UTME Screening Invitation
Applications are invited from qualified candidates for Admission into the National Diploma Programmes of the Polytechnic, Ibadan for the 2018/2019 academic session in the following Faculties:
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Science
- Faculty of Environmental Studies
- Faculty of Financial Management Studies
- Faculty of Business and Communication Studies
Candidates applying for the National Diploma programmes must have attempted the 2018/2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and obtained a score that is not below 150
Candidates must have made the institution their 1st or 2nd choice
Candidates who are interested in changing their first choice of institution to the Polytechnic Ibadan are also eligible to apply
How to Apply for Ibadan Poly Post UTME Screening
Interested and qualified candidates are to visit the application portal http://admission.polyibadan.edu.ng/ to complete the Online application form.
The Post-UTME screening Fee is N2000 (Two Thousand Naira) Only.
Closing Date is September 14th, 2018
About The Polytechnic Ibadan
The Polytechnic, Ibadan (typically called “Poly Ibadan”) is an institution of higher learning in Ibadan in Oyo State, Nigeria. Founded in 1970, Poly Ibadan is similar to other polytechnics in Nigeria. The institution was established to provide an alternative higher education to universities, particularly in technical skill acquisition. The Polytechnic Ibadan is also well known for her unique slogan written in Yoruban language as “Ise loogun Ise” which means ‘Work the medicine for poverty’, a classical Yoruba adage which stresses that hardwork is the way out of poverty.