Entry qualifications into B. Sc (Hons) Pure and Applied Chemistry degrees

Students for the Bachelors degree may be admitted either by:


Passing the Universities Matriculation Examination (UTME) after having obtained the Senior Secondary School Certificate with five credits which must include Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics or GCE ‘O’ Level credits in five subjects with a similar proviso. A credit level in SSCE English Language, or GCE ‘O’ Level English Language will be required and at least a pass in Physics may be mandatory together with credits in five other subjects including the science subjects listed above. Selection of candidates is done by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

Direct Entry

ii. Admission to the Bachelors programme may be by direct entry to the three year standard programme upon obtaining O Level SSCE or GCE with credits in four subjects including Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics in addition to A/L GCE passes in Zoology (or Biology) and Chemistry. An A Level pass in Biology or Mathematics will be an advantage but A Level pass in Chemistry is mandatory. Candidates are selected by JAMB.