Students are admitted to the undergraduate programme in Business Administration in any of the following ways:
– Through the University Matriculation Examination (UME);
– Through Direct Entry; or
– Through Inter-university Transfer.
The University Matriculation Examination (UME) Entry
Prospective students who seek admission through the UME, for the 4- year level- 100 programme, leading to the award of the Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) degree in Business Administration, should possess a minimum of 5 credits at the GCE/NECO/WAEC examinations, the subjects passed must include English Language, Mathematics and Economics or Commerce.
Also, UME-based prospects must obtain an acceptable score on the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) exams. Alternatively, they may offer 5 credits obtained in the examinations conducted by the National Board for Technical Education (NABTEB), in equivalents of the above subjects.
Candidates seeking ‘Direct Entry’ to the level-200 programme of the Department should possess at least a pass in 2 subjects of the Advanced Level GCE. Those with passes in 2 subjects at the NCE or Diploma programmes of recognized institutions are also eligible, provided they satisfy the university’s matriculation requirements.
Candidates wishing to transfer from other universities to the Department must obtain and fill-out an inter-University Transfer Form from the Admissions Office. Such applications will be treated on their merits. Inter-university transfer candidates may not be admitted into programmes higher than the 200-level.