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FUOYE 2018/2019 Pre-Degree Admission Form Out

FUOYE 2018/2019 Pre-Degree Admission Form Out


The management, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, (FUOYE) hereby invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into its pre-degree programme for the 2018/2019 academic session.


DURATION:

The programme normally runs for two (2) contact periods both within nine (9) calendar months.


ELIGIBILITY:

Eligible Candidates must possess minimum of 5 Credits in SSCE/NECO at a maximum of two sittings including English Language (for ALL Courses), Mathematics (for Science-based, Management Science based and Social Science-based Courses) and Literature-in-English (Arts). However, students with deficiencies may apply, provided the deficiencies would have been rectified before the completion of the Pre-Degree Session.


AVAILABLE SUBJECTS’ COMBINATIONS:

Options/Fields Courses Subject Combinations
Agricultural Sciences Agric. EconomicsAnd Extension Chemistry/Biology or Agriculture/Mathematicsor Physics or one Social Science subject
Hospitality and Tourism Management Chemistry/Biology or Agriculture/Mathematicsor Physics or one Social Science subject
Agronomy Chemistry/Biology or Agriculture/Mathematicsor Physics or one Social Science subject
AnimalScience Chemistry/Biology or Agriculture/Mathematicsor Physics or one Social Science subject
Soil Science Chemistry/Biology or Agriculture/Mathematicsor Physics or one Social Science subject
Fisheries and Aquaculture Chemistry/Biology or Agriculture/any otherScience subject
Agrometerology Physics/Mathematics/Chemistry
Crop Science andHorticulture Chemistry/Biology or Agriculture/Mathematicsor Physics or one Social Science subject
Animal ProductionAnd Health Chemistry/Biology or Agriculture/Mathematicsor Physics or one Social Science subject
Food ScienceAnd Technology Chemistry/Biology or Agriculture/Mathematicsor Physics or one Social Science subject
Arts English andLiterary Studies Literature in English/ any two of Governmentor History, CRS, Economics, Geography
Theatre Art Literature in English/ any two of Governmentor History, CRS, Economics, Geography
History andInternational Studies History or Government/ two from Artsand Social Science subjects
Linguistic and Languages(French & Yoruba) Yoruba/any two from Arts orSocial Science subjects
Education Education/Biology Biology/ two subjects from Chemistry,Physics and Mathematics
Educational Management The subject of study/ two relevant subjects
Education/Chemistry Chemistry/ two subjects fromPhysics, Biology and Mathematics
Education and Agricultural Science Biology/ two subjects from Chemistry,Physics and Mathematics
Library and Information Science Any three subjects from Arts orSocial Science subjects
Education/English Lit. in English/ one of arts subject/any other subject
Business Education Mathematics/ Economics plus one ofLit. in Eng., History, Geography,Chemistry and Physics
Engineering Agro and Bio-Resources Engineering Mathematics/Physic/Chemistry
Civil Engineering Mathematics/Physic/Chemistry
Computer Engineering Mathematics/Physic/Chemistry
Electrical and Electronic Mathematics/Physic/Chemistry
Mechanical Engineering Mathematics/Physic/Chemistry
Mechatronics Engineering Mathematics/Physic/Chemistry
Material and Metallurgical Engineering Mathematics/Physic/Chemistry
Management and Social Sciences Accounting Mathematics/Economics/ any SocialScience subject
Business Administration Mathematics/Economics/ any SocialScience subject
Banking and Finance Mathematics/one Social Science subject/any other subject
Economics and Development Studies Mathematics/Economics/any one of Government, Geography, History, Literature, CRS, French.
Public Administration Mathematics/Economics/ any SocialScience subject
Political Science Government or History/other two Social Science or Art subjects
Demography and Social Statistics Mathematics/Economics/any one of Government, Geography, History, Literature, CRS, French.
Sociology Any three subjects from Social Science or Arts
Psychology Any three subjects from Social Science or Arts
Criminology and Security Studies Any three subjects from Social Science or Arts
Peace and Conflict Studies Any three subjects from Social Science or Arts
Mass Communication Any three Art and Social Science subjects
Science Biotechnology Biology/Chemistry/Physics or Mathematics
Geophysics Any three of Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Mathematics, Biology
Computer Science Chemistry/Physics /Mathematics
Physics Mathematics/Physics/any one of Chemistry, Biology, Agric., Economics, Geography
Microbiology Biology/ Chemistry/Physics or Mathematics
Industrial Chemistry Chemistry/Physics/Mathmatics
Biochemistry Physics/ Chemistry /Biology
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How to Apply for FUOYE Pre-Degree Admission.REGISTRATION FEE:

Each candidate will be required to pay Ten Thousand Naira (N10, 000.00) only, excluding bank charges as Registration fee.

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE: 

  1. Log on to portal.fuoye.edu.ng
  2. Click on: Pre Degree
  3. Click on: Click here to commence application
  4. Click on: Click here to Pay Online
  5. Fill the onliine form immediately after payment to complete your registration

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION:

  1. Candidates are advised to ensure that their application forms are duly and carefully completed. You should provide a unique email address
  2. The date for the entrance screening is Thursday, 27th September, 2018.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

i. Candidates are expected to note that the entrance examination comes up at Iyke Ifenacho ICT Centre, behind United Bank of Africa (UBA), Oye-Ekiti on Thursday, 27th September, 2018.
ii. All candidates are required to register for 2019 UTME and score the minimum cut-off mark during the Programme.
iii. All Candidates are required to use valid e-mail addresses and PERSONAL Telephone Numbers.
iv. The forms must be filled and submitted on-line.
No downloaded or printed copies of forms will be accepted.
v. Candidates are advised to follow the Application Instructions very carefully and ensure they select the Correct SUBJECTS’ COMBINATION. Failure to do so may adversely affect the Candidate.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
i. Submit a valid e-mail address and a valid cell phone number in your Registration Form.

ii. Registered Candidates are requested to visit our website: http://predegree.fuoye.edu.ng for any other information.

iii. Resumption Date is Monday, 8th October, 2018.

iv. The date for the Entrance Examination is Thursday, 27th September, 2018 at Iyke Ifeanacho ICT Centre, behind UBA Bank, Oye-Ekiti by 9:00a.m. Prompt.

DISCLAIMER:

All candidates should note that FUOYE HAS NOT AUTHORISED any Person(s) or agent(s) to sell application forms on its behalf.

Application is strictly on-line at http://predegree.fuoye.edu.ng.

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Mr Dutse said the strike became necessary following the failure of the federal government to implement the 2009 and 2017 agreements reached with the union.
According to him, we are commencing our strike tomorrow as scheduled. Everything is set and there is no going back.
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