Federal University Gusau 2017/2018 Post UTME/DE Screening Form

FUGUS post UTME and Direct Entry screening exercise application form for the 2017/2018 academic session is now on sale.

This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission into Federal University Gusau (FUGUS), Zamfara State for the 2017/2018 Academic Session, that the University has fixed 3rd and 4th October, 2017 as dates for the Post UTME and Direct Entry (DE) Aptitude Tests for the admission.

Registration for the exercise commences on Wednesday 20th September and closes on Saturday 30th September, 2017.

FEDERAL UNIVERSITY GUSAU POST UTME/DE SCREENING ELIGIBILITY.

All candidates with JAMB Score of 170 and above and choose the University as first choice are eligible to attend the Aptitude Test.

The Direct Entry (DE) candidates must at least have a lower credit at Diploma and a minimum of six (6) points at NCE. Those who applied with IJMB must have an overall score of six (6) points with at least one point score in all the courses taken.

HOW TO APPLY FOR FEDERAL UNIVERSITY GUSAU POST UTME/DE.

To register, candidates are required to log onto FUGUS website http/www.fugus.edu.ng, follow the link provided for the registration to generate a Remita invoice to make payment of two thousand five hundred naira only (N 2, 500) including Bank charges for the exercise.

Schedule for the Aptitude Tests:

  • UTME Candidates (All courses) 3rd October, 2017
  • Direct Entry (DE) Candidates (All courses) 4th October, 2017

All candidates are expected to be at the venue of the screening not later than 8:00am as late coming will not be entertained.

Closing DateSaturday 30th September, 2017.

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