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Showing posts with label EDUCATION. Show all posts

NUC scraps mass comm in Universities, breaks it into seven degree programmes

The National Universities Commission has phased out Mass Communication degree in Nigerian universities.

The commission said it had unbundled Mass Communication into seven separate degree programmes to meet current demands. The NUC Executive Secretary, Prof. Abubakar Rasheed, said this would take effect from the 2020 university admission year.

Speaking with journalists in Abuja on Thursday,  the NUC boss disclosed that Mass Communication had been unbundled into Media Studies, Public Relations Studies, Cinematography and  others.

He stated, “The seven new programmes/departments to be domiciled in a Faculty/ School/College of Communication and Media Studies are Journalism and Media Studies, Public Relations, Advertising, Broadcasting, Film and Multi-Media Studies, Development Communication Studies, Information and Media Studies.”


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One of my friends Chioma in Esut Anatomy 300level needs money, the money given to her as pocket money from home is mostly insufficient to cover her needs. On Tuesday, her mother sent her 6000 to cover all her expenses for the month. She needs to restock her foodstuff with at least 3000 , by the end of the week, she has to buy some textbooks and pay some lab fees worth of 3000 . By the time, she does all this, what will she spend during the month?

That’s one of the challenges many Esut students face everyday, but adults have things even worse because they have a lot more costs to consider with no consistent flow of money from anywhere. And this is the reason why Side hustles are essential off the Internet or on the Internet.

You know, in any student’s life, there comes a time where the pocket money from home becomes too little and just not enough to cater for your needs. Some students even experience a reduction in the flow of money from home because friends and family expect you to start catering for yourself.

That’s why students need to start a side hustle business to make some extra money and supplement any money coming from home.

Even if you’re working and earning a salary, in the bad economy of today, most times, that salary is not enough to cover some of your costs and living expenses and this is why you need a side hustle. You need something that doesn’t take too much of your time yet brings income to your pocket weekly, monthly or yearly.

Even if you don’t have any shortage of money, you can start a side hustle business just for the experience or the thrill of finally earning money yourself. If you take this mindset, then the sky is your starting point. Don’t be one of those students that finish from the University only to sit at home jobless, poaching off friends, parents, and relatives while “SEARCHING” for a white-collar job.

Instead, take the initiative and start a small side hustle business today…and who knows, it might just end up being something bigger.



  •     Events Planning and Management
  •  Graphic Designing
This involves using computer software such as Corel Draw, Photoshop, and many others to create a banner, invitation card, brochure, business card, Logo, Poster/Flyer, etc. I only started learning graphic design in September 2017 but even though I’m not an expert now, I’ve come a long way since when I was still a beginner. I can say I’m at the Amateur stage of graphic design mostly because I don’t have much time to develop myself. If you want proof, I designed the logo of this site all my lonesome.

  •     Writing Services
Do you know how to write short stories, poems, catchy adverts or even better blog posts or just basically creative writing? Then you should be able to find someone to offer your services to on your campus. Though you’ll have to do a lot of advertisements because just as you have a large number of potential customers, you also have a large number of competitors.

  •     Hairdressing services
This entails both making different hairstyles and styling people’s hair for them. This is actually a very good source of income especially if you know how to braid hair and make technical hairstyles. And the best part, it doesn’t take that much time.

Let me use this scenario to explain, a student, Folake knows how to make hair and she needs to make some money so she decides to do just above 5 people’s hair every week during the periods after lectures when she’s too tired to read. So every week, she makes up to 5000 especially if she’s making braids or fixing hair. Cashing in 5k every week is a good start on the journey to making money for an undergraduate.

  •     Photography
Ask anyone, we all know that Photographers at Nigerian functions take pictures of people and make a ton of money from it especially if they are professional and very good at it.

The university is a good place to make money as a photographer. You can take passports, take photos of events like matriculation and inaugurations, take pictures of face models, cloth models, etc and many other things. All you have to do is have really good picture taking/photo editing skills which you’ll combine to make you a big name in the sea of photographers in your university.

  •     Photo editing
Though personally, I believe this should be under Photography because a good photographer should also know how to edit his photos to give the desired effect. However, many photographers pay people to edit their customers’ photos for them, so you can also do this.

  •     Baking and Pastries
All you need to start a business in this area is to have basic baking knowledge. Know how to bake a cake and dress it with royal icing or fondant if you want to focus on cakes. But there are other pastries like doughnut, puff puff, small chops, meat pie, etc that you can make and sell. The profit may look small but consistency brings great results.

  •     Videography
Both online and offline, videography especially video editing is a profitable venture as many people shoot different videos that need editing to be professional.

  •     Tailoring
You can make good money helping students mend their clothes and sew new ones. If you’re very good, your customers will run to you themselves.

  •     Phone Repairs
Almost everyone in the world owns a mobile phone, in a Nigerian University where you need to keep abreast of news, changed lecture venues, changed timetables, etc, a phone is very vital or you’ll end up missing out on a lot of things and some have even missed out on rescheduled tests because of lack of a mobile phone. That is why when anything goes wrong with a student’s phone, they start a search for a trusted person to repair their phones. Those are your target audience.

  •     Laptop Repairs
Just like phones, many people in the University, students, and Lecturers all use laptops. Many of them have important information on their laptops and may even want to use the laptop urgently and so you have a large audience in need of your services. All you need to do is get yourself and your services out there.

  •     Proofreading
Many people write a thesis, projects, novels, etc. in a University environment, not all of them know how to remove grammatical errors, spelling errors, syntax and sentence formation errors. You can take this job up.

  •     Resume/ Cv writing
This just requires a little commitment to learning the Cv/Resume market in your country. You help people to write their resume in ways that would attract employers and get paid for it.

  •     Translator
Do you know any language very well: French, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean and even English. You can offer translation services. Translators earn a lot of money just for understanding other languages but I will advise you not to go and learn a language for money, learn it if and only if you have a passion for it so that you don’t get stuck.

  •     Transcription services
Transcription involves converting audio to written words. For example, transcribing a lecture to lecture notes, a skill that almost all students need to have, yet some people don’t have this skill.

  •     Beads and Jewelry
You can make beads and jewelry and sell it to people on campus. Just look around your immediate environment for the popular jewelry worn by both gender, you can just add your own touches while creating that popular jewelry and you’ll be sure to get customers.

  •     Typing Business
Many students need someone to type their assignments, projects, and thesis. If you have a personal computer, you can start a typing business. Collect handwritten assignments from those too lazy to type theirs themselves or those who don’t have PCs. After typing, you can take the typed documents in word or pdf format in a flash to a printing shop or business and get it printed or you can transfer the softcopy to your customer’s phone or flash and leave them to print their work. It all depends on your agreement. You can charge between N50 to N100 per page of double-spaced typed work depending on your university.

  •     Shoe or Slippers Repair
This is quite the lucrative business because shoes and slippers wear out. Actually, anything can happen so if you can acquire the skills of shoe repair, you can make your cool cash.

  •     Recharge Card Selling
You’ll hear from many people that this business is not worth it as there is little gain to it. I’ve never personally gone into this business myself so all I can tell you is that since there are people who make a livelihood on this business, it can’t be so bad as it seems. There has to be some profit in it somewhere. So make inquiries if you’re really interested.

  •     Selling Internet Data Subscription Bundles
Do you know how important using the internet is for many people? That’s why some people cannot live in the dark and windowless life that exists without having data subscriptions. (I’m one of those people). As someone that lives in a country like Nigeria where getting free Wifi is pretty hard, buying data is an essential and that’s why you should take advantage of it.

  •     Tutorial Services
You can offer tutorial classes (private or for a small crowd) on courses you understand a lot or you can organize a tutorial School and get other students like yourself to teach those course while you take over the administrative part of the work like a Principal. But before you go into this business, make sure you know how it works specifically, in your own school.

  •     Selling of Compiled Past Questions and Materials
Do you have past questions and materials you struggled to get the previous session when you were taking a course. Well, you can photocopy and sell it out along with your note (if it’s very complete). However, before you go into this business, make sure that you are well aware of your school’s policies concerning this business.

  •     Clothing Business
Clothing business can be very lucrative everywhere since everyone needs to wear clothes especially in a Campus environment where everyone is trying to look nice and great to avoid being looked down upon, so all you need to do is get IN-VOGUE clothes and sell them. You can go from hostel to hostel, paste ads around campus or Post ads on WhatsApp groups that your school members are in.

  •     Manicure and Pedicure Business
This business can also add significant money to your pocket especially if you’re very good at it.

  •     Barbing Services
If you have barbing skills and a clipper, you can start a barbing service in your room. Just make sure your roommates are in agreement and you aren’t breaking any school rules.

  •     Laundry or Cleaning Services
You have no idea how many people on Campus have no time to wash their own clothes or are too lazy to. Anyway, that’s where you come in. All you have to do is offer to help them wash it at a price. It may look embarrassing to some people but if you need to, you can tush it up. Regardless, remember that you’re providing a service that people need.

  •     Carwash Services
As far as I know, anyone can wash a car, so if you know you have some good experience washing cars, why not offer car wash services to lecturers, student and postgraduate students who live around the campus?

  •     Petty Trading
Buying something in bulk at a cheaper price and selling it at the regular price to get profit is also good business strategy.

  •     Data analysis
You can offer data analysis services to lecturers doing research, final year students writing projects, Postgraduate students writing a thesis, etc. All you need is to know how to use data analysis tools like Atlas.ti, SPSS, etc.

  •     Sound systems
You can go into Sound engineering, djing, etc. for events and there are always lots of them at Universities.

  •     Master Of Ceremony/Comedian
If you’re jovial, entertaining, funny and have some experience as an MC of an event, then you can decide to go into this line of business. However, ensure that you upgrade yourself well so you don’t make a fool out of yourself.

  •     Make-up
Some ladies are quite skilled in doing make up for people, why not earn money with this skill. You can teach people to make up and make money from it, sell makeup products and you can also get paid to make people up for occasions.

Imagine a wedding where the wife, her mother, and mother-in-law, three sisters, five sisters-in-law and seven bridesmaids need to be made up for the wedding. That’s 18 faces to be made up in exchange for money at one event.

  •     Modeling
Being a model is another lucrative business on campus. However, like all businesses, there are scam modeling agencies that collect your money or take advantage of you in one way or the other, especially on campus, where there are many naΓ―ve beautiful fresher girls running around with their hearts on their sleeves.

  •     Offer delivery services
People, especially students, love convenience and hate to waste time just to get things, that’s why delivering pizza was invented. You can offer your own delivery services to get people their needs, orders, etc on time.

  •     Real house/house agent
If you’re very conversant with your school locality (and you can be if you want), you can look for houses searching for tenants close to your school. Then you connect people to places, rooms or houses to rent and in exchange, get paid for your troubles. This is a very lucrative business especially if you know a lot of places off campus and you can make money with commission charges or agent fees.

  • Web Design and Development 
If you can acquire the skill of creating websites: either using Content Management Systems (CMS) like WordPress, Joomla, Blogger, etc or you can build the sites yourself if you know the correct programming language like HTML, you can make.
  •  Production of Soaps and Disinfectant
Soaps and disinfectants are one of those products that will always be in demand by both students and non-students. Soap is used for cleaning many things: from clothes, plate, tiled floors, etc. as such there are different types of soaps. You can specialize or make all in the form of liquid soap, powdered or bar soaps. You can also make and sell disinfectants, air fresheners, perfumes, body lotions, etc.

  •     Branding Services
You can design customized t-shirts, wristbands, mufflers and other trendy fashionable wears classes, departments, faculties, associations, church, and groups, etc on your campus. If you have a lot of connections on your campus to heads, presidents of classes, departments, etc, and you don’t have the skill to do the branding, you can partner with someone that can and strike a deal with them. Once you’ve been providing quality services for a while, you build a reputation that gets you loyal clients and new referred ones.

  •     Driving School Services
If you know how to drive or have access to a car, you can start a driving school, teach people to drive and make some money through this means.

  •     Part-time jobs
You can get a part-time job if you’re very sure that it won’t affect your studies. You will have to be able to manage your time very well so you can make money and still keep making good grades which is your primary reason for being a student. The good thing about part-time jobs, especially stable ones, is that you’ll get paid in steady wages or salaries that come every week or month as opposed to the fluctuating income of a freelancer.

  •     Online Registration
If you have internet access and a laptop, you can start charging fellow students to help them with their online registrations: course registration, scholarship application, school fees payment, admission regularization, utme, post utme, etc. This is a very lucrative seasonal business that comes at periods like the beginning of the semester, jamb exam, post-utme, etc.

  •     Printing and Photocopy
Students and lecturers alike have a lot of printing to do especially in this era when you have to type and print your assignments, projects and your textbooks in ebook format. You can get a cheap DeskJet printer especially the ones with two or more functions combination: black and white printing, colored printing, scanning, photocopying, etc.

Starting this business in your room saves you the cost of paying other fees for facilities you’ll need like light and space but you have to have cooperative roommates.

  •     House cleaning and painting
Depending on the University of your choice, not every student stays in accommodation provided by their Uni, some stay in places other than school hostels either by choice or not (not enough hostels and space for students). These people will most definitely need someone to clean/paint a house or room they’re just moving into especially for those who are majorly concerned with Aesthetics.

  •     Fitness Instructor
If you’re enthusiastic about things like fitness, bodybuilding, etc, you can be a gym instructor or personal trainer.

  •     DJ services
At many events and parties that are surely thrown all around and off campus, DJs are needed. However, don’t just dive into the DJ career carelessly, find out all you can and if you can, find an actual DJ to intern under so you know all the tricks and sticks (pros and cons) of the trade.

  •     Catering services
Along with the many events on campus, is the great need for caterers that can provide quality food for event organizers on campus. Make a good reputation for yourself and you don’t need to do much marketing, you will be marketed.

  •     Agriculture
Students in agriculture faculties have access to a world of opportunities and can easily start making money with the theories they’re taught in class (with an in-depth research, of course). You have opportunities like farming and animal husbandry practices like knowing about poultry farming, fish pond, etc. and actually knowing lecturers you can approach to ask questions that have dabbled in these businesses.

  •     Selling of wears
Students on campus are always very conscious of their looks and so they love to look trendy. This is where you come in, you can sell clothes, foot wears, handbags, jewelry and other body accessories. If you get the wears in bulk from suppliers, you can sell and make a lot of profit.

  •     Offline marketing
You know, it’s not only online that marketing happens. There are also companies that pay you commissions for marketing and successfully selling their products off the internet. You need to look out for companies like this that allow you to work at your own time and make small allowances for undergraduates (exam period, test periods, your lectures).

  •     Organize Seminars
You can organize seminars to teach people about something you know a lot about or invite experts in the field to the seminar and ask attendees to pay a fee for attending. You can also sell products at such seminars relating to the purpose of the seminar.

  •     Bulk SMS Services
Though the use of this service might have reduced greatly since the introduction of WhatsApp groups (for Nigerians), organizations, departmental associations, and fellowships on campus usually need to stay in touch with their members. You can offer to send bulk SMS to their members at a fee.

You can also open a bulk SMS website and charge users to send SMS messages by themselves while charging them for subscription fees.

  •     Enter Scholarship Competitions
There are many scholarship opportunities for students all over the world but only a few people ever enjoy the privilege of scholarships because most people are unaware of the availability of scholarships and most times, they lose their chances to apply and win scholarships, not because they are unqualified but because of ignorance, leaving the scholarships for those on the look-out for them. Start actively searching for scholarship opportunities near you.

  •     Sell Your Blood Plasma
Okay, this might seem silly but people do sell their blood for money and, according to a health specialist I met once when we were donating blood for charity at my University, donating blood at least once a year helps with your vitality, pushing out old blood so your body can produce new blood.

    Sell Your Hair

For a Nigerian, the concept of selling our hair seems silly because we usually have very short hair, except for a few people here and there, but if you’re European or American, you can always make money selling your hair and go for a new look or hairstyle.

  •     Babysitting
If you’re responsible and well-known in your street or block of flats, you can get paid to babysit children. This job, however, is not for everybody but it’s a good way to earn money and who knows, you might even be able to move from just a friendly babysitter to a small daycare owner.

  •     Become A Petsitter
Now, this is one job I wouldn’t mind doing especially if it’s a dog or a cat, however, it will be pretty difficult to find a job like this in Nigeria. All you have to do is take care of someone’s pet and ensure it gets fed, allowed to take a timeout walk (some well-trained animals have time to release the waste products in their bodies) and keep it out of trouble. Finding a job like this in European countries or America should be a cakewalk, however.

  •     House Sitting
When people take vacations, they are usually worried about something bad happening while they’re gone from home (from pipe leaks to burglaries). This is where you come in, you get paid to house-sit for people.

  •     Handyman Work
If you know stuff about fixing things and you’re great with tools, you can get paid by friends, colleagues, schoolmates and even strangers just to fix things in their houses.

  •     Work As A Bartender Or Server
You know if you read a lot of novels like I do, you’ll see that most college students who want to earn money usually turn to waitressing as if it’s their only opportunity to earn money even though it’s not. You can earn money getting a job as a bartender (it doesn’t have to be a rowdy or promiscuous bar), it can just be a bar where people chill out after a hard day at work or school with a drink and a little dancing.

  •     Work for your professor
Professors sometimes need students to help them grade papers, prepare lessons and even do research for them. Some professors usually believe that you should do those jobs free of charge (beware of this type) but most will pay you for it.

  •     Sell Your Class Notes and old college papers
You can also compile great detailed notes, materials and college papers, type them out and sell them at a price to freshers or people just taking the course.

  •     Moving Service
If you have a car, you can start a moving service that will boom especially at the end of the semester and the beginning of the semester when people need to move their luggage out of school hostels and when people are moving their stuff to new houses or hostels.

  •     Become An Interior Decorator
If you have a talent for interior design, that is, you know how to combine colors, pick out curtains, etc, you should consider becoming an interior decorator.

  •     Hall decorator
You can consider decorating halls for events on your campus and off your campus. All you need to do is market yourself, make some connections with people in the catering and event planning business and you’re good to go. (Trust me, it’s not as easy as it sounds).

  •     Peer To Peer Lending
Peer to peer lending is simply lending out your excess money in exchange for some interest, meaning you earn extra money as long as you have money that you won’t need to use for a period of time.

    You can also publish and release a campus e-newsletter and take paid advertising from local businesses around campus and in town or do deals to offer readers discounts and competition.


Students of some public secondary schools in Lagos State have been protesting against mass failure following their promotional examination from SSSII to SSSIII.

The state Ministry of Education determined to reduce the promotion of ‘incompetent’ pupils from SSS II to SSS III implemented a new policy.

The policy recommends that for a pupil in SSS II to be promoted to SSS III and the state to pay the West African Examination Council fees, the pupil must pass the third term examination.

Besides passing English and Mathematics, the scripts were also taken to different schools for grading. This is contrary to the previous method where a cumulative of first, second and third term results guaranteed promotion.

Our correspondent gathered that the new method resulted into mass failure in some of the secondary schools with schools in Education District III being the worst hit.

Our correspondent learnt that some of the schools were vandalised and teachers, including principals, threatened by some of the pupils.

The aluminum window in the office of the Vice Principal, Army High School, was destroyed and properties damaged at Odo Obara High School, Epe.

The protest, which started on Wednesday, increased in the Education District IIII on Thursday and Friday. Via Welcome To Campus Amebo

AFIT Post-UTME Result For 2019/2020 Out

AFIT Post-UTME Result For 2019/2020 Out

AFIT Post-UTME Result for the 2019/2020 session is out. All candidates who applied for admission into the full-time National Diploma of the Airforce Institute of Technology, Kaduna are hereby advised to proceed to check their screening results.
The Post-UTME results have been uploaded online. Candidates can proceed to check their results now.
How To Check AFIT Post-UTME Result
  • Visit:
  • Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided
  • Select your programme of study
  • Click on "Submit" and proceed to view your Post-UTME result

AFIT Post-UTME Result for the 2019/2020 session is out. All candidates who applied for admission into the full-time National Diploma of the Airforce Institute of Technology, Kaduna are hereby advised to proceed to check their screening results.
The Post-UTME results have been uploaded online. Candidates can proceed to check their results now.
How To Check AFIT Post-UTME Result

  • Visit:
  • Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided
  • Select your programme of study
  • Click on "Submit" and proceed to view your Post-UTME result

UNN Primary Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

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UNN Admission List for the 2019/2020 academic session has been released. Candidates who applied for admission in the university and partipated in the screening exercise can proceed to check if they have been offered admission in the school.
The list of admitted camdidates are contained on the attched PDF document;
Candidates offered provisional admission are required to adopt the following guidelines to regularize their acceptance of the offer: 
1) All candidates recommended for admission who have not uploaded their O’level results (WAEC/NECO) in JAMB Portal should endeavour to do so URGENTLY as JAMB would not recognize their admissions until they have uploaded their O’Level results that would qualify them for their chosen courses.

2) Visit the JAMB Portal and accept your admission on CAPS by clicking “Accept Admission”. Candidates who fail to accept their admission on JAMB CAPS would not be issued JAMB Admission Letter and would be deemed as not admitted.

3) Visit the University of Nigeria website ( or portal (, log in your JAMB Registration number to generate and download a Payment Invoice which contains a Remitta number, the invoice will enable you to make payment at any Commercial Bank.  
4) With the Payment Invoice, the candidate is requested to pay Twenty Five Thousand Naira Only (N25, 000.00) acceptance fee. Ensure that the Invoice number is keyed in appropriately at the Bank and obtain a confirmation slip containing your Confirmation number and Invoice number.
5) Visit the University of Nigeria website ( or portal ( again and login your JAMB Registration Number, the Confirmation Number and Invoice Number, then print the Admission slip and complete the Acceptance Form online.
6) Proceed with other fee payments and registration as indicated on the University of Nigeria website.
7) Candidates should note that this admission is provisional.

8) If at any time in future, including final year, it is discovered that any candidate does not possess the minimum university and the faculty/departmental entry requirements for the course as prescribed by the Senate of the University, and published in JAMB Brochure, the offer of admission will be withdrawn. 

UNIZIK Hostel Application Guidelines For 2019/2020 Session

UNIZIK Hostel Application Guidelines For 2019/2020 Session

UNIZIK Hostel application guidelines for interested students for the 2019/2020 academic session has been announced. All prospective students seeking hostel / bed space accommodation that the sales of the 2019/2020 Hostel Forms has commenced.
Interested candidates are advised to follow the outlined procedures for the proper application for the UNIZIK Hostel form for 2019/2020 academic session.

UNIZIK Hostel Accommodation Form Guidelines
FIRST:  Interested students should go to pay into the below listed bank account and collect the bank print out
Bank: Fidelity Bank Account Number: 5230000429
SECOND: Proceed to the Sub-Dean's office, Student Affairs Department with the print out for collection of form
THIRD: Submit the completed form and the print out to the hostel management in triplicate.
NOTE: The form cost just One Thousand Naira (N1,000) Only. However the hostel fee is Forty-One Thousand Naira (N41,000) only

UNIPORT Admission List for 2019/2020 Session

UNIPORT Admission List for 2019/2020 Session

The UNIPORT Admission List for 2019/2020 academic session has been released. Candidates who applied for admission in the University of Port-Harcourt (UNIPORT) for the 2019/2020 academic session can proceed to check if they have been offered admission by the university.
At the moment, the list of admitted candidates can only be accessed via JAMB Portal. See details on how to check yours below;

How to Check UNIPORT Admission List

  1. Visit
  2. Login to your Jamb profile with your username and password.
  3. Scroll down then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.
  4. Select your Exam year and Enter your registration number in the required columns.
  5. Then, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your admission status.
 For those that their status is showing "Admission Still in Progress" or "Not Admitted", you are advised to keep checking as the status may change anytime soon.

JAMB Matriculation List Portal For Undergraduates

JAMB Matriculation List Portal For Undergraduates

Following the new JAMB policy that all students to be mobilized for the National Youth Service Corps must be on its matriculation list, the board has enabled the portal for students preparing for youth service to check if their names are on the list to ensure a smooth and successfully mobilization.
The Matriculation list portal was also created to enable students to easily confirm if their admission is recognized by JAMB.

According to JAMB, it is important that you confirm your name from the matriculation list. Only candidates whose names are on this list are recognised as bonafide students from the various accredited institutions.
How to Confirm Your Name on JAMB Matriculation List
To qualify to be on the Matriculation List:
  • Print your JAMB Admission Letter Online from the e-Facility Platform
  • Print your JAMB Result Slip Online from the e-Facility Platform
  • Verify the two documents with the admission officer in your Institution

IMSU VC Builds More Hostels, Stops Cohabitation of Male and Female Students

IMSU VC Builds More Hostels, Stops Cohabitation of Male and Female Students

The Vice Chancellor of Imo State University, Owerri has announced that Male and female students will no longer live together in the same hostels. According to the Vice Chancellor, IMSU is now having two female hostels for the first time since the institution was established.
The Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof Mrs Adaobi Obasi made this known when she visited Imo First Lady, Hon Lady Ebere Ihedioha in Government House Owerri. According to reports, female students will now live inside the school premises while male student will continue to live off campus.

This development is said to stop the cohabiting of male and female students in the institution.

FUTO JUPEB Acceptance Fee Payment And Registration Procedure, 2019/2020

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FUTO JUPEB Acceptance fee payment and registration procedure for newly admitted students of the university has been announced. All newly admitted students of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) are to follow the procedure below to make their Acceptance Fee payment and complete registration
  • Visit the University website –
  • Click on “Prospective student
  • Click on Check Admission Status to confirm your admission
  • Chose the option “Click here to check JUPEB Admission Status
  • Enter your Application No select session and click on submit button to view your admission status
  • Visit the University website –
  • Click on “Portal
  • Click on “Verify your account
  • Get account details with the Application number as the default username and password.
  • Log in with your username and password (Application No)
  • Click on “change password” to change your password
  • Click on ‘update JUPEB profile’ to view your profile details
  • Login to the Portal with your username and password
  • Click on “Pay Acceptance” to generate your payment invoice
  • Print your invoice and proceed to any bank to pay using your RRR code on the invoice.
  • Alternatively, you can make payment using the online payment options with credit/debit cards such as Verve, Visa, MasterCards.
  • After successful payment in the bank, print FUTO admission Letter and Acceptance Fee Receipt
      First Installment School Fees (N61,350) Pay Via Remita
  • Login to the Portal with your username and password
  • Click on Pay school Fees to generate your invoice and proceed to any bank to pay using your RRR code on the invoice.
  • Alternatively, you can make payment using the online payment options with credit/debit cards such as Verve, Visa, MasterCards.
  • After successful payment in the bank, login to the portal with your username and password Click the “Pay School Fees” menu Enter the required payment details print the School Fees Receipt
Second Installment School Fees(N98,150) Pay Via TPay
  • Login to the Portal with your username and password
  • Click on Pay school Fees to print your invoice and proceed to FUTO Microfinance Bank to pay using invoice generated
  • After successful payment in the bank, login to the portal with your username and password Click the “Pay School Fees” to print the School Fees Receipt
Third Installment School Fees(N45,000) Pay Via TPay
  • Login to the Portal with your username and password
  • Click on Pay school Fees to print your invoice and proceed to FUTO Microfinance Bank to pay using invoice generated
  • After successful payment in the bank, login to the portal with your username and password Click the “Pay School Fees” to print the School Fees Receipt
Note: Second and third Installment should be payable to this Account No: 1100046192
  • Login to the Portal with your username and password
  • Click on “Pay Hostel fees to generate your payment invoice
  • Print your invoice and proceed to FUTO Micro Finance Bank to pay using the invoice generated
  • Print the allocated room on the receipt and proceed to the Student Affairs Unit for further clearance.
Note: Courses must be registered with JUPEB admission Number – 20190001JB
  • Click the course registration menu and select the Register Courses menu
  • Select the session and semester and click the submit button
  • Select your courses for that semester and click the submit button
  • Print the registered courses.

ESUT Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

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ESUT Admission List for the 2019/2020 academic session is out. All candidates who applied for admission in the university and took part in the Post-UTME Screening exercise can proceed to check their admission status. The admission List has been made available online.
Candidates are to follow the procedure below to check ESUT Admission List.
ESUT Admission List For 2019/2020 Session
How To Check ESUT Admission List

  • Candidates are to visit ESUT Admission List Portal
  • Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided
  • Click on "Submit" to confirm your ESUT Admission Status


You can download all your medical textbooks in Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Physiology & Biochemistry + Powerpoint presentations by lecturers and Mnemonics in the 5 courses listed above all from this site.
This books were uploaded by the team FOXCRAFT.

As you can see the medical textbooks have been sorted into categories in respect to the course. 
So click on the links highlighted in red below for any textbooks you may wish to download. 


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Do you want to get Enugu State University,ESUT Post UTME Comprehensive Past Questions and Answers in PDF? If yes, then let me show you how to download and prepare for the examination.

Do you know that one of the ways of scoring so high in ESUT Post UTME screening exercise is the comprehensive study of its Past Questions and Answers? Statistics have shown that in a number of hundred questions, verbatim 20 questions are being repeated randomly. That is the more reason you need to download the ESUT Post UTME Past Questions and Answers.



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