Students for the Bachelors degree may be admitted either by:
JAMB / UTME
Candidates seeking admission through Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) into 100-level of any of the four-year programmes leading to the award of Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degrees of the Department should possess a minimum of:
- Five credit passes at the GCE/WAEC/NECO examinations, which must include English Language. Specifically, the requirements are as follows:
B. A. (History and International Relations): English Language, Geography, History or Government, and any other two subjects,
- Grade 11 Teachers Certificate (TC11) with credit or merit passes in at least five subjects including English and Literature in English for English and literary Studies programme; and History or Government for History and International Relations programme.
(iii). National Teaching Certificate (NTC), National Business Certificate (NBC) with credit passes in five subjects relevant to the course and obtained at not more than two sittings. For NTC/NBC, a credit in any General Education subjects, trade related subjects and trade component subjects is equivalent to a credit in a subject.
In every case, the University requires that the candidate make an acceptable pass on the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) conducted by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB). In addition, the University further screens all candidates for admission into its degree programmes.
Candidates seeking Direct Entry admission to the 200-level of a degree programme should possess, in addition to the minimum of five credit passes at the GCE/WAEC/NECO examinations:
- Advanced Level GCE in Literature for English and Literary Studies programme ; and History or Government for History and international Relations programme,
- Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) Examination in relevant subjects
- Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) in relevant subjects excluding Education
- National Diploma (ND) Upper Credit in subject applied for or related field
- Higher National Diploma (HND) Lower Credit in related field
- First degree in a related area from a recognized university
specified as follows:
B. A. (History and International Relations): at least two ‘A’ level passes including History or Government,
Results at ‘O’ level and ‘A’ level must be attained at not more than two sittings.
Candidates with two equivalent subjects at the Nigeria Certificate of Education (NCE) or a National Diploma (ND) certificate from an approved university, college of technology, or polytechnic with the minimum grade of MERIT may be accepted if they have satisfied all University Matriculation requirements.
Candidates wishing to transfer from another university into any of the academic programmes of the Department must obtain and fill the Inter-University Transfer form from the University’s Admissions Office. An application for admission to the University through inter-university transfer will be considered only if the Department is satisfied that the candidate has met the minimum academic requirements for admission to the programme he or she has chosen. All ‑
inter-university transfer candidates will normally be admitted into 200 (or lower) level of the receiving programme.