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ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY, (ABSU) Announces Supplementary Courses Available For 2020/2021 Session

ADMISSION INTO REGULAR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES OF ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY, 2020/2021 ACADEMIC SESSION.

This is to inform candidates seeking admission into the Regular Undergraduate Programmes of Abia State University, in the 2020/2021 Academic session, that limited vacancies still exist for consideration.

Interested candidates who must have scored not less than 160 in the UTME examination, should upload their O’level results on the JAMB Portal.

The Courses for consideration include:

  1. Library and information science
  2. All courses in the Faculty of Education
  3. Agric Economics
  4. Animal science and fisheries
  5. Crop production
  6. Soil science
  7. Food science and technology
  8. Management/business administration
  9. Marketing
  10. Anatomy
  11. Physiology
  12. Biochemistry
  13. Animal and environmental biology (Zoology)
  14. Plant science and biotechnology (Botany)
  15. Mathematics
  16. Statistics
  17. Chemistry/industrial physics
  18. Physics/industrial physics
  19. Architecture
  20. Building
  21. Environmental resource management
  22. Estate management
  23. Fine and applied arts
  24. Geography and planning
  25. Urban and regional planning
  26. Information Communication technology
  27. English language and literature
  28. French
  29. History and international relations
  30. Igbo
  31. Linguistics and Communication studies
  32. Religious studies and public administration
  33. Government and public administration
  34. Sociology
  35. Political science

Deadline for admission is Monday, 28th June, 2021.

Please, be properly guided!!

ACHO ELENDU, Ph. D

REGISTRAR


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