Apparently, UNIABUJA is one of the most sorted universities in Nigeria. It is also one of the most popular universities in Nigeria because it is located at the central city of Nigeria. As a result of this, many students in Nigeria are concerned about admission news and updates from the university. Currently, one of the questions many aspirants search on search engines is “How many admission lists does UNIABUJA releases every year?”.
Well, if you really want to know the number of admission list that is released by UNIABUJA every year, this is the right post to read. Today, i will mention all UNIABUJA admission and explain more about them.
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How many admission list does UNIABUJA releases every year?
Based on past experiences, the University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) releases 3 (three) admission lists every year. They include the following: UNIABUJA merit or first batch admission list, UNIABUJA supplementary admission list and UNIABUJA Direct Entry admission list.
As you already know, these admission lists are not released at once. The university usually release first batch or merit admission list first. After that, Supplementary admission list and Direct Entry list will follow.
Will UNIABUJA releases another admission list after her merit list?
The answer is Yes! From what I have discussed to far, the University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) releases about three admission list every year. So, if you didn’t see your name in the university merit admission list, you don’t have to panic as more supplementary admission lists will also be released.
Sometimes, the university releases more than one supplementary admission list. For instance, the university can release first batch and second batch supplementary admission list. So you see, you don’t need to panic if you have not seen your name in UNIABUJA admission list yet.
More information on UNIABUJA admission lists
UNIABUJA merit admission list
UNIABUJA merit list is always the first admission list that is released by the University of Abuja (UNIABUJA). This list usually contain names of candidates who actually met all the admission requirements and cutoff marks of the University of Abuja.
After this list is released, admitted students will be required to accept their admission through JAMB CAPS and complete their final clearance in the university.
Note that UNIABUJA merit admission list is usually released around October/November of every year.
UNIABUJA supplementary admission list
UNIABUJA supplementary list is the admission list that contain the names of students who slightly did not meet all the requirements or cutoff of the University of Abuja (UNIABUJA). Most times, this supplementary list is released in December or even January the next year.
It is important to note that UNIABUJA can even release more than two supplementary admission lists in a year. But this is not usually. Sometimes, the university releases just one or two supplementary admission list.
After UNIABUJA supplementary admission list is released, admitted students will also be required to accept their admission through JAMB CAPS and come over to the school for final clearance.
UNIABUJA Direct Entry admission list
This is the admission list for candidates who applied for admission into UNIABUJA through Direct Entry. This admission list is usually released together with UNIABUJA supplementary admission list.
How to check UNIABUJA admission list
Kindly follow the steps below to check your name in any UNIBEN Admission list:
Step 1: Visit UNIABUJA admission portal using the link below:
Step 2: Next is to enter your JAMB registration number and Password in the space provided
Step 3: in the page that opens after the above step, click on ‘Login to Dashboard’ button to check your UNIABUJA admission status.
If you are finding it difficult to check your name using the method above, simply follow the steps below to check UNIABUJA admission list through JAMB portal.
Step 1: Visit JAMB postal using the link below:
Step 2: Login to your Jamb profile using your JAMB username and password
Step 3: Scroll down the page and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘
Step 4: Now you have to select your Examination year and Enter your Registration number as provided.
Step 5: Click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your UNIABUJA admission status.
After following the steps above, you will be able to see whether you have been admitted into UNIABUJA or not.
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Okay! This is everything you need to know about UNIABUJA admission lists. I hope this post was helpful to those students that have been asking whether UNIABUJA will release another admission list or not.
In a recap, I just stated and explained that UNIABUJA releases 3 (three) admission lists every year. These admission lists are not usually released at once.
So, you don’t need to panic if you didn’t see your name in the already released UNIABUJA merit admission list. I enjoin you to keep calm and wait for more admission lists. Just make sure you always check your admission status through JAMB CAPS or JAMB portal.
Meanwhile, if you still have any question or contribution to this topic, you can ask me using the comment section below this post.
Edeh Samuel Chukwuemeka ACMC, is a Law Student and a Certified Mediator/Conciliator in Nigeria. He is also a Developer with knowledge in HTML, CSS, JS, PHP and React Native. Samuel is bent on changing the legal profession by building Web and Mobile Apps that will make legal research a lot easier.
3 thoughts on “UNIABUJA Admission Lists: Everything You Need to Know”
when will university of abuja release their third list
Pls is there anyother list coming out?
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Please, provide me with
1) information on the cutoff marks for Law(merit and supplementary) in the last two years
2)How the cutoff marks are arrived at(especially now that no post utme exam is held