CANDIDATES ARE TO NOTE THE FOLLOWING
FIRST CHOICE ADMISSION – INTERACTIVE SESSION
Following the submission of result(s) by candidates who made the University of Ibadan their First Choice Most Preferred Institution, ALL prospective candidates are expected to check their e-mails, GSM phones (SMS) and the University’s website for the status of their application from the Friday, 23 July 2010.
The shortlisted candidates are requested to present themselves for verification and interactive session at the University of Ibadan on Thursday, 29 July, 2010. (Please check your status on http://www.admissions.ui.edu.
ngusing your username and password as from Friday, 23 July,2010).
Candidates should report at the Lecture Theatre of their prospective Faculties for the exercise at 8.30 am prompt with the following documents.
- Original and photocopies of JAMB Notification of Result.
- Original and photocopies of WAEC/NECO/SSCE certificates.
Original and photocopies of birth certificate/sworn declaration of age.
- Candidates should note that online statements of results obtained before Nov.-Dec. 2008 are not acceptable for this exercise.
Two recent passport size photographs – showing frontal face view. Size should be 5.2cm
4. The date for the verification/interactive session may not be extended. Therefore, a candidate who fails to show up at the stipulated time and date is deemed to have forfeited his/her chances of being considered for admission.
SECOND CHOICE INTERACTIVE SESSION
Candidates who made the University of Ibadan their Second Choice Most Preferred Institution, should check the website for information on the date for the commencement of payment of
1,000.00 into the designated bank accounts and the online submission of their biodata and results. N
For further information, candidates should visit the University of Ibadan Website (http://www.ui.edu.ng/
Misrepresentation of documents is a serious offence. Candidates are therefore advised to submit genuine documents only. Anyone found guilty of this offence will automatically be disqualified and handed over to the law enforcement agents.
Omotayo O. Ikotun