UMYU Post-UTME/DE 2022 Admission form: Cut-off mark, Eligibility and Registration Details

UMYU Admission form 2022
UMYU Post-UTME/DE 2022 Admission form: Cut-off mark, Eligibility and Registration Details

Umaru Musa Yar’dua University, UMYU Post-UTME/DE Admission Form is Out, the cut-off mark, screening date, eligibility, deadline and registration details for the 2022/2023 Academic Session have been announced also.

However, The cut-off mark is for Umaru Musa Yar’dua University is 170, and the application form is N2000. See the full details below;

Umaru Musa Yar’adua University wish to invite candidates who scored 170 JAMB points and above and who applied for admission as first choice into the University through UTME and DE to register for screening and aptitude test through the University website

Please note that only candidates listed on the mentioned website are to register. The online registration will commence is yet to be announed.


Eligible candidates are to upload the following documents on the University’s website.

  • JAMB Result Slip for UTME candidates or JAMB Registration Slip Direct Entry (DE) candidates;
  • O’ Level Result;
  • Form of identification (Indigene Letter, National Identification Card/International Passport etc);
  • Direct Entry (DE) Candidates are to upload their ‘A’ Level Result (Diploma, IJMB, NCE etc).
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To be eligible for the screening and aptitude test, a candidate must have:

  1. Scored a minimum of 170 marks and above in the 2020 UTME examination;
  2. Obtained a minimum of five (5) relevant credits at O’ level (including English and Mathematics);
  3. Sat for the relevant UTME subject combination in the 2020 JAMB examination;
  4. Direct Entry (DE) candidates shall in addition to the minimum five (5) O’ level relevant credits (including English and Mathematics) in relevant programmes applied, shall also obtain the minimum ‘A’ Level points for the programme they applied.
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More so, Eligible candidates are to pay the sum of N2,000.00 (all charges inclusive) for the screening and aptitude test through the payment options provided on the University’s website.

In compliance with the COVID-19 Guidelines, Post-UTME Screening Exercise shall be conducted in a manner devoid of exposure to the dreaded COVID-19.  Therefore, ALL candidates are to come along wearing face masks and they would be subjected to temperature tests, hand washing and application of hand sanitizer.

Candidates are to come along with the payment slip for the screening and aptitude test.

Please note that all visually impaired candidates are exempted from the Post-UTME aptitude test.


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