EACOED Post-UTME Screening 2017: Registration Details & Cut-off Mark

Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo by this notice informs the general public that it has commenced her 2017/2018 post-UTME screening exercise for the following categories of candidates:
A. Eligibility
(i) Candidates who made Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo their First choice institution during the 2017/2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and scored 100 and above.
(ii) Candidates who sat for the 2017/2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and did not choose Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo but scored 100 and above.
(iii) Other candidates ( call admission officer for further clarification).
B. Method of Application for the Admission Exercise
(i) Candidates are required to apply online through the College website www.admissions.eacoed.edu.ng as soon as possible upon payment of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000.00) screening application fee and three thousand Naira (N3,000) portal access handling and administrative fee making  a total of N5,000 only to any of the Zenith Bank Branch. Account Name: EACOED, Account Number: 1012289179
(ii) Consequent upon payment  and entering the teller details of the application fees online, the applicants will receive a pair of pin and serial number through SMS after 24 hours when the confirmation of payment would have been established. The received pin code and serial number will then be used for on-line registration at www.admissions.eacoed.edu.ng.
(iii) Candidates are required to:
(a) Upload their 2017 UTME results
(b) Upload O’level results (WAEC, NECO, NABTEB etc)
(c) Upload a recent passport photograph
(v) The College website will be opened from Wednesday, 13 September, 2017. The site will be closed at midnight of Wednesday, 15 November, 2017
T.L. Adediran J.P., MNIM
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