University Of Ibadan Admission Policy [UTME & Direct Entry]

The University Of Ibadan, UI Admission Policy for UTME and Direct Entry candidates has been released. All prospective applicants of the University of Ibadan should take note of this development.

The management of the University of Ibadan released these vital pieces of information which they expect every prospective applicant to know before  applying for admission. The UI Undergraduate Admission Policy is as follows:

University Of Ibadan Admission Policy

University Of Ibadan Admission Policy for UTME and Direct Entry Candidates

AGE BENCHMARK

Any candidate who wishes to be admitted into the University must have clocked 16 years by 1st of October of the admission year.  Please note that the University shall not waive this requirement.

NON MATRICULATING SUBJECTS

Some subjects being offered at the school certificate examinations are not accepted as matriculating subjects by the University Senate.  Find a list of such subjects below (click here to see the subjects).

COURSES NOT OFFERED IN THE UNIVERSITY

Candidates are enjoined to note that the University of Ibadan does not offer some courses.  These courses include (but not limited to): International Relations, Accounting, Marketing, Public Administration, Business Studies/Administration, Computer Engineering and Chemical Engineering.

LIST OF COURSES OFFERED AND ITS REQUIREMENTS

Please find below list of courses offered in the University and the requirements. Click here to see the list of courses available at University of Ibadan.

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