Want to check the AAUA admission list for the 2022/2023 academic session online? Easy peasy, follow the steps outlined in this article.
Gaining admission in this country, Nigeria, can be really tough especially when you are going for highly competitive courses like medicine, law, pharmacy, etc.
Compared to the top 20 institutions in Nigeria, not a lot of candidates apply for admission at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko. This doesn’t equate to zero competition.
Those who chose this university in JAMB, sat for their post UTME exam & have checked their results are advised to check their admission status on the AAUA admission portal.
How To Check AAUA Admission List 2022
- Visit eportal.aaua.edu.ng (link for checking admissions).
- Type in your JAMB UTME registration number or Direct Entry registration number in the box provided.
- Click on that blue search button that is on the right-hand side.
- This will load the list and you can check if Adekunle Ajasin University has offered you admission or not.
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Steps To Check Your Admission Status On JAMB Portal
- Go to the JAMB CAPS login page.
- Sign in using password and email address.
- Look for the tab for checking admission status & click on it.
- Enter your UTME registration number and select your examination year.
- Check and confirm your admission status.
Is AAUA Admission List out for 2022/2023?
It is not yet out. Just keep checking the portal, hopefully, they will release it.
Alternatively, you can subscribe to our newsletter to get AAUA’s latest news on admission via email.
How To Print AAUA Admission Letter
Before you can print out your admission letter, you must have confirmed and accepted your admission.
Also, if your course was changed, you need to do a change of course on the JAMB website.
All set? Use the button below to print the letter.
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