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KWASU releases 2022/2023 guidelines for pre-admission screening

The registration would start on Monday and end on September 9.

• August 6, 2022
Kwara State University (KWASU)
Kwara State University (KWASU) entrance used to illustrate the story

The Kwara State University (KWASU) has released the guidelines for the registration of the 2022/2023 pre-admission screening.

This is contained in a statement issued by KWASU registrar Wasilat Sallee on Saturday.

It said the registration would start on Monday and end on September 9.

According to the statement, the registration is for candidates whose first choice of institution is KWASU and those who wish to choose KWASU as their first choice after changing their choice of institution to KWASU on the JAMB portal.

”All eligible candidates are advised to register within the stipulated period, and final admission into the university is based on meeting the university’s and the academic programmes’ cut-off points in UTME/DE. Admission is also based on the availability of spaces within the NUC approved admission quota for KWASU,” the statement explained. 

It added, ”To be eligible, all candidates must have five O’level credits in relevant subjects at not more than two (2) sittings. Candidates awaiting O’level results can also apply, but they will not be considered for admission until their results are available.”

The university mandated candidates to pay a non-refundable N2,000, warning that the falsification of citizenship certificates or any documents will lead to disqualification and prosecution.

”Candidates are advised to visit and follow instructions on registering their details and how to make payment,” the statement added. 


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