University of Ibadan (UI) has began to uploading the admission for the year 2020/2021 on JAMB caps. It is important to notify all applicants who have attended (UI) Post-UTME 2020/2021 that they can continue to check if their name is on the list of successful applicants for admission 2020/2021.
The list of University of Ibadan UI admission List is uploaded online via JAMB CAPS.
You might want to know how to access your UI admission status JAMB CAPS portal to confirm or accept your admission offer. Pls, read on how to check/access admission status on JAMB CAPS.
For those that their status is showing “Admission in Progress” you have 90% chance of being admitted into your preferred course.
(NA) Not Admitted”, you are advised to keep checking as the status may change at anytime. JAMB CAPS fuctions randomly. So don’t fear it may take upto a month before some applicants even see (AIP)”Admission in Progress”. That is how JAMB CAPS DOES.
NOTES: Clicking”REJECT” means that the candidate has declined the admission offer.
What happens after UI admission?
Once you have confirmed that you have been offered a provisional admission, you will need to proceed to the next step with the clearance and registrations.
First, find out about the amount that must pay as a acceptance fee for accepting the admission offered to you by University of Ibadan UI
The next information you need to know is the UI School fees for your course or faculty.
Also, you will need get all the necessary documents for your registration and acceptance ready. It can also include documents such as O-level results.
It is also essential to read UI general and academic rules and regulations properly and comprehend them. You have to do so as a fresh Students.
So, once you have completed all the important payments and applications, it is a good idea to get your class and course schedule as soon as possible.
Finally, ask Lecturers and Administrative staff any questions about your new school. And let them advise you.
Congratulations to all University of Ibadan UI fresh Students!