Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

Applicants for the Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng) will be required to have the minimum entry requirements for admission into Federal University, Oye-Ekiti.

Unified Tertiary Matriculation (UTME) Candidates 

The minimum entry requirements for admission into Federal University Oye-Ekiti are ‘O’ Level GCE/SSCE/NECO/NABTEB Credit level passes in five (5) subjects. The five subjects must include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and one of the following: Further Mathematics, Biology/Agric Science or Technical Drawing. The five credits requirements should be obtained at one or two sittings. Candidates applying to Federal University Oye-Ekiti are expected to sit for the current JAMB Examinations and attain the prescribed cut-off marks in it. This is a statutory requirement for entry into Nigerian Universities.

However, Federal University Oye-Ekiti conducts screening exercise for all candidates seeking admission into the University and applicants may not be admitted without fulfilling the demands of the screening exercise.

Direct Entry (DE) Candidates into 200 Level

In addition to the (4.1) above, DE candidates are required to have A-Level/IJMB or approved equivalent pass in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry or a National Diploma in Agricultural Engineering or a relevant Engineering discipline at Distinction or Upper Credit level from a recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology plus at least one year post ND experience.

Direct Entry (DE) Candidates into 300 Level

In addition to the (4.1) above, DE in this category are required to possess a Higher National Diploma in Civil Engineering, Agricultural Engineering or a relevant Engineering discipline at Distinction or Upper Credit level from a recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology.

Inter-University Transfer Mode

Students can transfer directly into 200 or 300 Level from other Government approved Universities provided they have the relevant qualifications as stated in Section 4.1 and the requisite minimum CGPA as approved by the University Senate. Students who transfer from other universities shall be credited with only those courses, deemed relevant to the programme, which they have already passed prior to their transfer. Such students shall however be required to pass the minimum number of units specified for graduation for the number of sessions he/she has to spend in the Department.

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