From Monday, October 11th to Friday, October 29th, 2021, the University of Lagos will accept online registrations for the Post-UTME Screening Exercise for Admission into ALL COURSES/PROGRAMMES for the 2021/2022 Academic Year.
CANDIDATES WHO ARE ELIGIBLE
Candidates who scored 200 or above in the 2021/2022 UTME and chose University of Lagos as their first option are eligible for screening. Candidates must also have five (5) credit passes in appropriate O-Level courses, including English Language and Mathematics, in one sitting.
Candidates who will not have reached the age of sixteen (16) by October 31, 2021 are ineligible and should not apply.
Candidates who do not complete the Post-UTME Screening will be disqualified from consideration for admission.
Former University students whose admissions were revoked due to poor academic performance or absent status may reapply on the condition that the new admission be for a different program/course than the previous program/course. Any student who has been expelled from the university will not be eligible for re-admission.
FEES FOR SCREENING – N2,000
PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION
Candidates who meet the requirements should visit the University of Lagos’ website, www.unilag.edu.ng, and complete the following steps:
- Click on Admissions.
- Click on Post-UTME Application.
- Login with UTME number as username and surname in lowercase as password.
- Generate and print payment advice
- Proceed to any commercial bank to make payment or pay online.
- Return to the University portal to complete the screening form.
- Print Post-UTME Examination Pass
The post-UTME aptitude test will take place from Monday, November 1st, through Friday, November 5th, 2021.
[email protected] and the phone numbers 07043359831, 09058702877, and 07026079596 can be contacted for more information.
Candidates are urged to follow the instructions to the letter and to seek clarification if needed.
Drug misuse is not tolerated at the university. When the University performs the test, either before or after registration, the University will withdraw the admission of newly admitted students who test positive for drug abuse.
Ọladẹjọ Azeez, Esq.
Registrar and Secretary to Council