Department of Science Laboratory Technology

Entry Requirements

Admission Requirements

  • ADMISSION THROUGH UNIFIED TERTIARY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION

An acceptable pass in unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME) and the post UTME screening test administered by FUTO with the subject combinations – English language, Chemistry and any two of biology, physics and mathematics, in addition to ordinary level credits in either May/June or November/December Ordinary level Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) or NABTEB or their equivalents in not more than two sittings in at least five subjects including English language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and any other science subject.

 

  • ADMISSION BY DIRCT ENTRY
  1. At least two advance level passes not below grade C in chemistry and one of physics or biology.
  2. At least upper credit in the National Diploma (ND) in Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biology, Geology, Microbiology, Physics and Science Laboratory Technology. Candidates must in addition meet the ordinary level requirements for admission into the programme. Candidates should note that FUTO does not accept first degree and NCE

 

  • ADMISSION BY TRANSFER

In some cases, admission placements in higher levels are offered to students who transfer from other universities after a careful review of their transcripts and the reason for the transfer by the Departmental Board of Studies, which is ratified by the School Board and approved by the Senate.

Cross-Checking Documents

Whenever a student comes for registration, the originals of students’ credentials as well as his/her passport photographs are carefully crosschecked and matched against the documents they submitted previously. It is at the discretion of University Registry to make further confirmation and authenticate the submitted certificates with the relevant examination bodies. Usually, cases of impersonation or certificate forgery are handled by the appropriate University unit and students found guilty are expelled and/or prosecuted by the relevant government agencies. In this regard, the University ensures that only qualified students are admitted into the various Departments.

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