Babcock University Admission List 2018/19 (Batch A, B, C, D): Babcock University (BU) Releases 2018/2019 Undergraduate Provisional Admissions all Batches.
This is to inform all UTME and Direct Entry (DE) candidates who participated in the Babcock University Post UTME Admission Screening Exercise that the University Management has released the First/Second/Third and Fourth Batch Provisional Admission Lists of Undergraduate students admitted into the 2018/2019 Academic Session.
The management of Babcock University has advised newly admitted candidates to commence registration and payment of school fees as further instruction will be given to them. The Babcock University Post UTME Screening Result has been successfully uploaded online, candidates can now check their admission status using the guide below:
How to Check Babcock University Admission List 2018
Candidates whose names appeared on Babcock University Post UTME Screening Result should proceed to print their admission letter using the guide below.
- Visit the official portal/website on (http://application2.babcock.edu.ng)
- Log in with your Application Page Username and Password
- Click Admission Letter
- Click GO
- Scroll down and click PDF to print Admission Letter in PDF format.
Acceptance Fee Payment
- All candidates offered provisional admission (excluding LAW and MEDICINE AND SURGERY students) should proceed immediately to the bank to pay a non-refundable acceptance fee of One Hundred & Fifty Thousand Naira only, (N150,000.00.) which is part of the school fees using your APPLICATION ID as a reference on E-tranzact payment platform.
- Present your Application ID (5 digits) at any of the following banks: Diamond, UBA, WEMA, Zenith, GT Bank and First Bank and pay on the E-tranzact payment platform.
- Newly admitted students for LLB (Hons) LAW and MBBS MEDICINE AND SURGERY are required to come to the University with their credentials to see the School Officer to get the AUTHORITY TO PAY and collect the Admission Letter before proceeding to the bank to pay A NON-REFUNDABLE ACCEPTANCE FEE of Three Hundred Thousand Naira only (N300, 000.00) which is part of the school fees at any of the following banks: UBA, Diamond, WEMA, Zenith, GT Bank and First Bank using your APPLICATION ID as reference on E-tranzact payment platform.
- Do not pay money to any individual or group of people either inside or outside the University.
- Eligible candidates must attain the minimum 2018-2019 JAMB score of 150.
- Visit the university website at www.babcock.edu.ng/tuition.php to access annual fees for your specific course of study. This information can be found under “TUITION AND FEES”.
|PAYMENT SCHEDULE||AMOUNT DUE|
|DUE ON RESUMPTION||First Semester Fees.|
|BALANCE OF SESSION FEES DUE BEGINNING OF 2nd SEMESTER||Second Semester Fees|
NEW STUDENTS’ ARRIVAL, ORIENTATION AND REGISTRATION: August 19 –August 31, 2018 Report to the School Officer of your School at Babcock University from 10:00 AM-5:00 PM during the registration period with the following documents:
- Four (4) copies of 2018 original UTME/JAMB result slips;
- Eight (8) recent passport-size photographs and four (4) copies of birth certificates
- Originals and Four(4) photocopies of SSCE results or equivalents
- Originals and Four (4) photocopies of official receipts of acceptance fees and balance of the school fees paid
- Original receipt of payment for Babcock Post-UTME online application form showing your Application ID.
Candidates awaiting results shall sign an undertaking to present acceptable SSCE results or its equivalent before matriculation, which is scheduled for Thursday, November 22, 2018.
ACADEMIC CLEARANCE: Report to the Head of Department for academic clearance.
PSYCHOSOCIAL CLEARANCE: Report to Babcock University Teaching Hospital for Medical Screening and Student Support Services Unit for psychosocial screening.
- HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION: New Students: Premium and Classic (No Regular hall for the new students). Male Category: Neal Wilson and Bethel Splendor Female Category: Crystal Hall and Queen Esther.
- Candidates who evade any of the above processes run the risk of having their admission withdrawn.
- Candidates who have not attained the age of sixteen (16) by December 31, 2018, may not be considered for admission.