Admiralty University Post-Utme 2020/2021

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This is to inform the general public that Admiralty University has announced the release of it’s Post-Utme forms for the 2020 academic session. Interested applicants are advised to read the requirements below before applying.


Applicants must be above 16 years

All admissions into the University must be through the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

For admission to 100 Level courses (via UTME), candidates must: obtain five (5) credits at SSCE (or equivalent) in relevant subjects, at not more than two (2) sittings, including credit passes in English and Mathematics; and attain acceptable points in UTME in relevant subjects.

For admission by Direct Entry (200 Level), candidates shall, in addition to having five (5) SSCE credits, obtain at least two (2) A’ level (or its equivalent) passes in relevant subjects, or possess ND with credit passes, or possess a good first degree in another field as the case may be.

Those who meet the preliminary requirements for admission will be expected to undergo a screening (including/or) interview exercise to be conducted by the University.

The University will not accept transfer students until after at least the first two years of its existence.


Interested applicants should follow the following guidelines in order to apply:

Complete Application with Required Documentation

The student completes an application form, attaches required documents and materials, and sends the application to the Admission Office. Students are encouraged to apply online and to email scanned documents to the Admissions Office via or call for assistance at 08141500092 / 08141500092

ADUN Acknowledges Receipt of Application

The Admission Office notifies the applicant by email of the receipt of their application and also informs the candidate of any missing documents if any. NOTE: The acceptance process does not normally proceed until all required documents are submitted and included in the applicant’s file.

Communication of Admission Decision to Applicant

The Admission Office notifies the student in writing of the application’s acceptance or non-acceptance. If the application is successful, the acceptance letter provides a list of things that the student needs to do in order to secure a space at the University. In the event that the application is rejected, the rejection letter explains the reasons for the rejection.

Confirmation of Acceptance

The successfully accepted candidate makes a non-refundable deposit of N100,000 by the stipulated date to reserve a space. A successful candidate must undergo a medical test by completing the medical form in an accredited hospital.

Applicants should note that there is no application fee and there is no payment of fees for slots.


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