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Ekiti State University Acceptance Fee 2022/2023
As a first-year student / fresher, you must pay an acceptance fee to the institution whether it is a university or a polytechnic, or even college to indicate that you have accepted the admission you have been offered.
If you are accepted into the Ekiti State University (EKSU), you will be required to pay an acceptance fee before any other fees. This fee has a deadline, and if you do not meet it, you may lose your admission.
So, the question now is: How much is the EKSU acceptance fee for the 2022/2023 academic session?
How Much is EKSU Acceptance Fee for the 2022/2023 Academic Session
This is to inform admitted candidates that the Ekiti State University EKSU, has released the acceptance fee for the 2022/2023 academic session for both UTME and Direct Entry Candidates.
The Ekiti State University (EKSU) acceptance fee for the 2022/2023 academic session is N107,000 for Law, Nursing, Anatomy, Physiology and Medicine and N57,000 for other programmes.
How to Pay EKSU Acceptance Fees 2022
To pay the EKSU acceptance fee, all you need to do is;
- Log in to the Ekiti State University Portal
- There, check your admission status
- If your admission status is updated, that is, you have been offered admission. You will be provided with a link to pay your acceptance fee.
- Click on the link and proceed to pay your acceptance
Note: You must pay the acceptance fee before the deadline, which is usually two weeks after the day you are offered admission. Failure to pay it before the deadline may result in the loss of your admission.
Frequently Asked Question About EKSU
Does EKSU accept second choice?
NO, EKSU, Ekiti State University does not offer admission to candidates that make them a second choice. In other words, to gain admission into the prestigious EKSU, you must make the university your first choice of institution in JAMB.
How do I check my Ekiti State admission status?
Visit eksuportal.eksu.edu.ng. Logon to your admission dashboard (https://eksuportal.eksu.edu.ng/app_signin.php) Your admission status will appear as Admitted. If you have been offered admission, click a link next to the status to print your admission letter.
How is EKSU aggregate score calculated?
EKSU adopts a 50:40:10 system for calculating aggregate score. The sum of the total points would be 100%. Your UTME carries more points with 50% representing your total JAMB score, 40% represents your EKSU Post UTME Score while just 10% represents your O’Level result.
How can I check my EKSU admission letter?
- Go to eksuportal.eksu.edu.ng.
- Click on Check Admission.
- Choose Session “2022/2023”
- Choose “POSTGRADUATE GRADUATE OLD PORTAL”
- Input “Application No” Assigned to you on the website.
- Click on “Check Admission Status”.
Does Ekiti State University accept lower credit for direct entry?
Applicants must have Upper Credit at OND/HND where applicable. However, Statistics, Agriculture, Performing Arts and History and International Studies, may consider lower Credit.
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