Our supportive admission team are always available to support and guide you through your admission process. We ensure a common and transparent approach to admission giving every admission seeker equal opportunity.
We offer admissions based on course entry requirements and work hand-in-hand with subject specialist admission officers to make sure that our admission offers are fair.
Our subject specialist admission officers consider all the applications made for a particular course of study. They check for competence in specified subjects required for your chosen course of study.
These well trained personnel take into consideration your personal statement, referee's report as well as your examination grades. They want to see evidence of good understanding of the subject matter, commitment, motivation, responsibility and the ability to cope with the rigorous demands of university education.
We do not support, encourage or give out admission quotas that put admission seekers either at an advantage or disadvantage, all applications are treated equally.
After you have completed your exams and your results are ready for tertiary education, you would be making an excellent decision in making our institution your choice institution.
Admission starts by checking out the various degree programmes we offer, their entry requirements and application process to choose a degree program that suits you the most.
Application for Admission into a full-time undergraduate degree program is made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Services (UCAS). You can seek advice from our admission officers before proceeding with your application.
Applications made to UCAS are sent to our admission team for assessment. You can keep track of your admission progress by using the UCAS track. However, you will get emails about your admission progress from our admission team and they will be in touch with you to inform you if you have been made a conditional or an unconditional offer or if your application has not been successful.
You will be called for an interview if you have applied for some programmes. An invitation for an interview will be sent to you by email.
If you intend studying on a part-time basis or you’re seeking admission into any of our graduate programs, then you can apply to us directly.