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FUTO Notice To 2017/2018 Newly Admitted SMAT Students

Federal University of Technology, Owerri, FUTO has released a notification on Validation of entry requirements of redistributed Project Management Technology (PMT) and Transport Management Technology (TMT) students admitted in 2017/2018 academic session.

All such concerned students are hereby implored to carry out the instructions stated below to ensure accurate and complete validation. See full details and requirements below.



Following the redistribution of students of Project Management Technology and Transport Management Technology admitted in 2017/2018 session, there is an urgent need for the entry qualifications of these students to be validated for their new Departments.

The affected students are therefore requested to:

1.   Visit JAMB Website to accept their admission in the new Department and also effect a change of Department to the new one.

2.   Visit the University Website for the following:

(i)    Reprint their University Admission Letter to reflect their new Departments;

(ii)   Update their Profile details, reprint Profile information Slip, Validity form and Acceptance Letter bearing their new departments;

(iii)  Proceed to the Admissions Unit, Top Floor, Old SEET Building, unfailingly on Friday, March 23rd, 2018 at 9.00am with the under-listed documents reflecting their new departments:

(a)    O’Level statement of result;

(b)    Confirmation of Admission form;

(c)    JAMB and FUTO Admission Letters; and

(d)    Printed Profile, Validity form and Acceptance Letter.

In addition to the above stated documents, students of PMT and TMT who are yet to register should come with the following:

1.   FUTO PUTME Result Slip;

2.   School Fees Receipt;

3.   Birth Certificate; and

4.   LGA Identification Letter.

The above information is for your strict compliance to secure your admission.  Students who fail to comply stand a chance of losing their admission.

Best wishes from NGScholars!!!

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