UNIMAID 2015/2016 Admission List Released
UNIMAID 2015/2016 Admission List has been released both on JAMB admission website portal and on the school’s official website for all UTME students who wrote their Post UTME screening examinations and have seen their results. The details are specified in this article.
The management and school authorities of the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) have released the 2015/2016 Merit Admission List. The Admission List can now be accessed online on the UNIMAID admission status checking portal.
UNIMAID 2015/2016 Admission List On JAMB Website
University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) wishes to inform all 2015 aspirants of the institution that the names of
admitted candidates into the institution for 2015/2016 session has been uploaded on JAMB website.
Candidates are to check their admission status on JAMB website now via this link:
>> Admission Status Check
1.Type in your JAMB Reg number
2.Click on “Check Admission Status” to view your admission details.
UNIMAID 2015/2016 Admission List on School Website
This is to also inform aspirants of University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) that the University has released the list of admitted students for the 2015/2016 session.
The list is available on the school’s website.
Candidates can access it now via the downloadable PDF file link below:
The Educational programmes outline by the Third National Development Plan stressed the establishment of more Universities in the Country.
Consequently, the Federal Government of Nigeria established the University of Maiduguri in 1975, along with six others situated at Kano, Ilorin, Sokoto, Jos, Port-Harcourt and Calabar.
University of Maiduguri is situated in the outskirts of Maiduguri along Bama Road. The University of Maiduguri took off in April in 1976 by inheriting the facilities of the North-east College of Arts and Sciences (NECAS) when the College was taken over by the Federal Government.
The NorthEast college of Arts and Science was established as a post-secondary institution for preparing candidates with secondary education for entry into Degree programmes in Nigerian University after two years of Advance (A) Level work.
The college took off in 1976 with Late Alhaji Hamidu Alkali as its first principal.
The facilities such as laboratories, lecture theatres, library, office blocks, staff and other supporting services taken over from the NECAS formed the nucleus of the University and made it possible for it to commence degree programmes for the first academic session in three faculties, namely Arts and Education, Social Sciences and Law, and Sciences on 28th, October the same year.