Bowen University Post- UTME 2016 Form , Eligibility, Screening And Registration Procedures

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Applications are invited from suitably qualified
candidates for admission into BOWEN
UNIVERSITY degree programmes for the
2016/2017 academic session.
ELIGIBILITY
(i) UTME
(a) All applicants are required to sit for the 2016
Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination
(UTME)
(b) Applicants are to complete on-line application
by visiting Bowen University website at
www.bowenuniversty-edu.org or obtain a form at
any of the stipulated sales centres nationwide.
(c) All applicants are required to have credits at
SSCE, GCE, NECO, NABTEB or approved
equivalent in at least 5 subjects which must
include English Language and four other subjects
as may be specified by each Faculty.
(d) The five Credits should be obtained in not
more than two sittings.
(e) For Medicine and Surgery (MBBS)and
Nursing Science(B.Nsc) programmes,the five
Credits must be obtained at one sitting.
(f) Candidates awaiting results may apply.
(g) All applicants will be required to go through
Bowen University’s Screening Exercise.
(h) Interested candidates who have applied to
JAMB for admission and wish to change their
first choice to Bowen University are required to:
1. apply for change of institution through JAMB
by clicking here
2. obtain the BOWEN UNIVERSITY admission
Online Application form
3. participate in the Bowen Post UTME screening
exercise.
(ii) DIRECT ENTRY
All applicants for direct entry must satisfy any
one of the following:
(a) NCE, ND and approved equivalents with at
least Upper Credit in relevant fields.
(b) At least two Advanced Level passes at
acceptable grade level .
(c) The Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB)
,Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board
(JUPEB)p; levels.
(d) In addition to the NCE/ND/IJMB or two
Advanced Level papers specified by each Faculty
or programme, candidates must also satisfy
Ordinary Level requirements.
(e) HND Holders may be admitted into 200 or
300 Level depending on the regulation guiding
admission into each department/programme
All direct entry candidates are required to apply
through JAMB.
AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES AND REQUIREMENTS
(B) COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
1. Degree Programme Options
B.Sc. Anatomy (4 – Year Programme)
B.NSc. Nursing Science (5 or 4 Year
Programme)
B.PT. Physiotherapy (5 or 4 Year Programme)
B.Sc. Physiology (4 – Year Programme)
Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) (5 or 6 – Year
Programme)
2. Admission Requirements:
(i) O’ Level Subjects
(a) Candidates must possess five O’ Level
credits in English Language, Mathematics,
Physics, Chemistry and Biology, obtained at one
sitting.
(b) For MBBS programme, the five (5) O’level
credits must be obtained at one sitting.
(ii) UTME Subjects
English Language, Biology, Chemistry and
Physics
(iii) Direct Entry
(a) B. Sc. Second Class Upper Division in a
related discipline
(b) Advanced level GCE/Cambridge/IJMB/JUPEB
at an acceptable grade level
(c) For Nursing Science,candidates with RN/SRN
plus five (5) O’Level credits to English Language
Mathematics can apply.
(d) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 2(i) above.
(C) FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE (4 or 5 Year
Programme)
1. Degree Programmes
(a) B. Agric.
(i) Agricultural Economics and Farm
Management
(ii) Agricultural Extension and Rural Development
(iii)Animal Science and Fisheries Management
(iv)Crop Production and Soil Management
(b) B. Forestry and Environmental Technology
(c) B.Sc. Food Science and Technology
(d) B.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics(4 or 3 Year
Programme)
(e) B.Fisheries and Aquaculture
(f) B.Sc Environmental Technology and
Management (4 or 5 Year Programme)
2. Admission Requirements
(i) O’ Level Subjects
Candidates must possess five O’ Level credits to
include: English Language, Mathematics, Biology/
Agricultural Science/Fisheries/Animal
Husbandry,Chemistry and one of Physics,
Geography,Economics and Food and Nutrition.
For Food Science and Technology and Nutrition
and Dietetics,candidates must posses O’Level
credits to include
Mathematics,English,Biology,Chemistry and
Physics.
(ii) Direct Entry
(a) NCE/ND or approved equivalent in relevant
programmes.
(b) At least two Advanced Level passes to
include Chemistry and any one of the following:
Biology/Botany, Zoology/Agricultural Science,
Economics, Physics and Geography.
(c) IJMB /JUPEB at acceptable grade levels in
relevant subjects.
(d) HND Holders from recognized Polytechnic
with a minimum of Upper Credit.
(e) For Nutrition and Dietetics,candidates must
posses:NCE/ND or approved equivalent in Food
and Nutrition or National Diploma in Agriculture
Or Nigerian Registered Nurse or approved
equivalent in relevant fields
(f) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 2(i) above.
(D) FACULTY OF HUMANITIES (3 or 4 Year
Programme)kk
General Entry Requirements
(i) All applicants are required to have credits in
at least five O`Level (5) subjects at SSCE, GCE,
NECO or approved equivalent.
(ii) The five (5) credits must include English
language and other specific departmental
requirements.
(ii) The five credits must be obtained at not
more than two sittings.
(ii) Candidates awaiting results may also apply.
(1) Department of English
(i) Degree Programme
B.A.English
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Literature-in-English plus at least one
Arts subject and two other subjects.
(b) Direct entry
(i) At least two Advanced Level passes or
equivalent in Literature and one other Arts
subject.
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB at acceptable grade levels.
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the O`
Level requirements as stated in (iia) above
(2) Department of History and International
Studies
(i) Degree Programme
B.A. History
B.A. History and International Studies
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, History or Government plus at least
two other Arts or Social Science subjects.
(b) Direct entry
(i) At least two Advanced Level passes or
equivalents in Government/History and one other
Arts or Social Science subject.
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB at acceptable grade levels.
(iii) In addition candidates must satisfy the O’
Level requirements as stated in (iia) above.
(3) Department of Communication and
Performing Arts
(i) Degree Programme
B.A. Communication Arts
B.A. Theatre Arts
B.A. Music
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Literature-in-English and three other
Arts or Social Science subject.
For Music, the five O’Level credits must include
English Language. A recognized certificate in
Music from approved institution will be an
advantage.
(b) Direct entry
(i) At least two Advanced Level passes in
Literature and one other Arts subject.
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB at acceptable grade levels.
(ii) Diploma in Theatre Arts/Dramatic Arts from
an accredited institution.
(ii) For Music:NCE/ND or approved equivalent in
relevant subjects or ABRSM London Grade viii.
(ii) For music: at least two level passes or
equivalent including music
(iv) In addition candidates must satisfy the O’
Level requirements as stated in (iia) above.
(3) Department of Philosophy and Religious
Studies
(i) Degree Programme
B.A. Philosophy
B.A. Religious Studies
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language,Christian Religious Studies/Islamic
Religious Studies and two other relevant Arts or
Social Science subject.
(E) FACULTY OF LAW (4 or 5 Year Programme)
1. Degree Programmes
LL.B.
2. Admission Requirements
(i) O’ Level Subjects
Candidates must have five (5) O’ Level credits to
include: English Language Literature in English
and three other subjects obtained at not more
than two sittings.A pass in mathematics is
acceptable.
(ii) Direct Entry
Three (3) papers at Advanced Level or Higher
School Certificate at Principal level. In addition
candidates must satisfy the O’ Level
requirements as stated in (2i) above.
(iii) UTME Subjects
(b) English Language, Literature in English and
any two (2) other Arts or Social Science
subjects.
(F) FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND SCIENCE
EDUCATION (3 or 4 Year Programme)
General Entry Requirements
Candidates seeking admission into the Faculty of
Science and Science Education must possess a
minimum of five (5) Ordinary level credit passes
in English Language and Mathematics in addition
to specific departmental requirements.
(1) Department of Biological Sciences
(i) Degree Programme Options
B.Sc. Microbiology; Plant Biology; Zoology.
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and
any one of Physics, Further Mathematics,
Geography, Foods and
Nutrition
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least any two Advanced Level passes in
Botany, Zoology, Biology and Chemistry.
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB/NCE/ND or approved
equivalents.
(ii) HND Holders must posses a minimum of
Lower Credit for admission into 300 Level for the
Plant Biology and Zoology programmes.
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 1( ii)(a) above.
2) Department of Biochemistry
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Biochemistry
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics, Chemistry,Physics and
Biology.
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least any two GCE Advanced Level passes
in Chemistry, and either Mathematics or Physics,
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB/NCE/ND/or approved equivalent
at an acceptable grade level.
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 2( ii )(a) above.
(3) Department of Chemistry and Industrial
Chemistry
(i) Degree Programme Options
B.Sc. Chemistry; Industrial Chemistry.
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level subjects to include English
Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and
Physics.
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two GCE Advanced Level passes in
Chemistry, and either Mathematics or Physics ,
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB/NCE/ND or approved
equivalent.
(ii) Holders of HND from recognised Polytechnic
with a minimum of Lower Credit in
Chemistry,Applied Chemistry or Industrial
Chemistry and Laboratory Technology can be
admitted into 300 level.
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 3( ii)(a) above.
(4) Department of Computer Science and
Information Technology
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Computer Science.
(ii) Admission Requirements
a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level subjects to include English
Language, Mathematics, Physics, and any two
from Further Mathematics, Biology/Agricultural
Science, Chemistry, Geography, Economics and
Technical Drawing.
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two GCE Advanced Level passes to
include Mathematics and Physics
(ii) HND Holders from a recognized Polytechnic
with a minimum of Lower Credit for admission
into 300 Level.
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB/NCE/ND or approved equivalent
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 4 (ii) (a) above.
(5) Department of Mathematics and Statistics
(i) Degree Programme Options
B.Sc. Mathematics; Statistics.
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) ‘ O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics, and any other three
subjects from Physics, Chemistry, Biology/
Agricultural Science, Economics, Geography,
Further Mathematics and Technical Drawing
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two GCE Advanced Level passes to
include Mathematics and any one of Biology,
Chemistry, Economics, Statistics and Physics.
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB/NCE/ND/or approved equivalent
(iii) For Statistics,a diploma in Statistics from a
recognised university is acceptable.
(iv) HND Holders from recognised Polytechnic
with a minimum of Lower Credit for admission
into 300 Level.
(v) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 5 (ii) (a) above.
(6) Department of Physics and Solar Energy
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Physics with Solar Energy.
B.Sc. Physics with Electronics.
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) ‘O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level subjects to include English
Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and
any one of Biology/Agricultural Science,
Geography, Technical Drawing, Further
Mathematics and Food and Nutrition.
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two GCE Advanced Level passes in
Mathematics and Physics.
In exceptional cases, Physics and Chemistry may
be considered.
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB/NCE/ND/ or approved
equivalent.
(iii) HND Holders from a recognised Polytechnic
with a minimum of Lower Credits in Physics or
Physics with Electronics or Electrical Electronics
Engineering may be admitted into 300 Level.
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 6 (ii) (a) above.
(G) FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT
SCIENCES (3 or 4 Year Programme)
General Entry Requirements
Candidates seeking admission into the Faculty of
Social and Management Sciences must possess
a minimum of five (5) Ordinary level Credit
Passes to include English Language and
Mathematics in addition to specific departmental
requirements.
(1) Department of Accounting
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Accounting
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics, Economics, one other
Social Science subject and any other subject.
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two Advanced Level passes to
include Economics and any one of Government,
Geography, Mathematics, Business Method and
Economic History.
(ii) IJMB/NCE/ND/ATS of ICAN or approved
equivalent.
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 1 (ii) (a) above.
(2) Department of Banking and Finance
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Banking and Finance
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) ‘O’ Level Subjects
The five ‘O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics, Economics, one other
Social Science subject and any other subject.
b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two Advanced Level passes to
include Economics and any one of Government,
Geography, Mathematics, Business Method and
Economic History.
(ii) IJMB/NCE/ND/Banking Certificate/CIBN or
approved equivalent.
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 2 (ii) (a) above..
(3) Department of Business Administration
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Business Administration
B.Sc. Industrial Relations and Personnel
Management
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics and at least three other
subjects from general and business subjects
categories.
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two Advanced Level passes to
include any of the following: Economics,
Government, Geography, Mathematics, Business
Method and Economic History
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB/NCE/ND/ATS of ICAN or
approved equivalent.
(iii) Holders of HND in Business
Administration,Accounting and other related
disciplines from recognized Polytechnic.
(iv) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 3 (ii) (a) above.
(4) Department of Economics
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Economics
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics, Economics,
Government/Geography and any one of
Commerce,Financial Accounting and Civic
Education.
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two Advanced level passes which
must include Economics, and any other subject
from Government, Geography, Further
Mathematics and Economic History.
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB/NCE/ND or its approved
equivalent .
(iii) Holders of HND in a relevant discipline with
a minimum of upper credit from recognized
Polytechnic.
(iv) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 4 (ii) (a) above.
(5) Department of Mass Communication
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Mass Communication
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics, Literature-in-English and
two other subjects in Arts and Social Sciences to
include
Commerce,Government,Economics,Geography
and Financial Accounting.
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two Advanced Level passes in any
Arts or Social Science subjects which may
include Commerce and Financial Accounting,
(ii) IJMB/NCE/ND or its approved equivalent
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 5 (ii) (a) above
(5) Department of Political Science
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Political Science
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics, Government and any
two Social Science subjects selected from
Economics,Geography and History
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two Advanced Level passes to
include Government and any one of
Economics,Geography,History and Mathematics
(ii) IJMB/JUPEB/NCE/ND or its approved
equivalent with at least two subjects from (bi)
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in (iia) (a) above
(6) Department of Sociology
(i) Degree Programme Option
B.Sc. Sociology
(ii) Admission Requirements
(a) O’ Level Subjects
The five O’ Level credits to include English
Language, Mathematics, and any two Social
Science subjects and one other subject.
(b) Direct Entry
(i) At least two Advanced Level passes to
include Economics, and any one of Government,
Geography, History and Religious Studies
(ii) IJMB/NCE/ND or its equivalent
(iii) In addition, candidates must satisfy the ‘O’
level requirements as stated in 6 (ii) (a) above
I. MODE OF APPLICATION
(a) On-Line Application
To complete the application online:
(i) Visit Bowen University website http://
apply.bowenuniversity-edu.org/apply/register_
apply.php to create an identity.
(ii) On the resulting registration confirmation
page, click on the button labelled Proceed to Pay
in order to gain access to the account you just
created. You may then proceed to generate the
unique Transaction ID for your application form
fee payment. Ensure that you print out the Fees
Payment Slip which contains the steps on how
to make a proper payment.
(iii) Pay a sum of Seven Thousand Naira
(N7,000.00) only as application form fee using
your ATM Card/Quick teller options at any bank
of your choice.
(iv) Upon confirmation of payment, an applicant
is to use his/her unique identity (Email Address
& UTME No.) to complete and submit the e-
application form via the Bowen University
website.
(b) Payment for On-line forms through Banks
(i) Applicants may also pay through any branch
of Skye Bank, Diamond Bank, First Bank, Sterling
Bank or Guaranty Trust Bank after completion of
steps (a)i and (a)ii above (if unable to access an
ATM Card/Quick teller option to complete the
electronic transaction):
N.B.: You must insist on having a BranchCollect
teller officer to process your payment as any
random deposit (without a generated Transaction
ID) will be voided.
(ii) After payment, a confirmation will be
forwarded to the applicant’s e-mail which will be
utilized to access the on-line application form.
(iii) Candidates who are unable to make
payments through the above medium may come
to the examination venue with their bank drafts
obtained from any of the banks stipulated above.
I. SCREENING OF CANDIDATES
All applicants are to appear for BOWEN
University Screening Exercise to be conducted
by the University on Saturday,21st May, 2016 at
the following centers:
-Baptist Academy, Obanikoro, Lagos
-Bowen University, Iwo
-First Baptist Church, Area 11, Garki, Abuja.
-Faith Baptist College,#1 Rumuaparaeli Sreet,
Beside Holy Rosary Secondary School, Old GRA
Port-Harcourt, Rivers State.
-The Ethiope Delta Baptist Conference
Secretariat Complex Amukpe Sapele,Delta State.
-Baptist College of Theology NTA/TV Road,
Benin-City
-Baptist Model Secondary School, Obinze, Along
Owerri/Port-Harcourt Road, Owerri, Imo State.
-Fullness of God Nursery and Primary School,
Ijapo Estate, Akure.
-Baptist Theological Seminary, Kaduna
-Bowen University Pre-Degree Programme
Centre, Osogbo.
-Baptist Girls College,Missions,Idi
Aba,Abeokuta,Ogun State
-Union Baptist Grammar School, Ga-Akanbi, Ilorin,
Kwara State.
-Gilgal International School,Shelter Afrique
Extension,Mbiabong,Uyo,Akwa-Ibom State
Candidates are requested to come along with
their on-line generated Acknowledgement Forms
and writing items for the screening exercise.
Candidates are also advised to come along with
their Original Result Slip (The one that bears
their passport photograph). If you do not have
this document, click here to get yours
The screening of candidates will start at 9.00am
in each of the venues.
H. CLOSING DATE
All completed application forms must be
completed and submitted on / before Thursday,
19th May, 2016,
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