Crescent university admission requirements for 2020/2021 applicants. This is the latest list of requirements for UTME and direct entry applicants to gain admission into crescent university.
Are you part of the aspirants that wants to gain admission into Crescent University?
Do you want to use JAMB or DE to gain admission there?
- 1 Frequently Asked Questions About Gaining Admission Into Crescent University
- 2 Crescent University Admission Requirements
Frequently Asked Questions About Gaining Admission Into Crescent University
These are the questions that most aspirants ask frequently.
They have been answered correctly by me.
Will Crescent University Accept Second Choice For Admission
No, this university does accept applicants that chose them as second choice institution while registering for JAMB or Direct Entry.
So, what can you do if you are in this category?
It is very simple.
Just apply for JAMB change of institution and take Crescent University as first choice institution.
After that, just apply for Crescent University Post UTME [Screening] form.
Then do the post UTME exam or screening and wait for the results or admission list to come out.
Does Crescent University Accept Direct Entry [DE] Applicants
Yes, they do accept DE applicants that wants to gain admission directly into 200 level [2nd Year].
But they only accept some certificates for admission via DE.
- These are: IJMB,
- ND [OND],
- A’ Level Result.
Can They Accept Applicants That Use Awaiting Results To Apply
Yes, they do.
They only accept WAEC, GCE & NECO results for admission [O’ Level Requirements].
But it must not be in more than two  sittings.
So, what does this actually mean.
It literally means that; you can gain admission even if you applied with two O’ level results [Combined Two O’ Level Results].
What of AGE Requirements
You should be at least sixteen years of age [16 years old] when you want to apply.
If you are currently 15 years old & you will clock 16 before October 2020, then you can apply.
Any age below that can’t gain admission into crescent university.
Crescent University Admission Requirements
Applicants or aspirants must meet these crescent university admission requirements if they want to gain admission into this university.
Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Requirements
(a) Credit at SSCE, GCE, NECO or approved equivalent in at least five subjects which must include English Language and Mathematics and any other three as may be specified by each College.
(b) The five credits should be obtained in not more than two sittings.
(c) Candidates who have just finished their SSCE, GCE and NECO exams and are awaiting their results may also apply for admission into the university.
(d) All applicants will be required to go through Crescent University’s screening exercise without which a candidate will not be offered admission into the University.
(e) Interested candidates who have applied to Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for admission and wish to change their first choice to Crescent University are required to:
(1) Apply for change of institution through JAMB.
(2) Get the CRESCENT UNIVERSITY, ABEOKUTA application form.
(3) Take part in the screening exercise.
(4) All applicants are required to obtain JAMB forms as well as Crescent University application forms before they can be eligible for the screening exercise.
(5) Admission through JAMB will be offered to candidates who have taken Crescent University as their first choice and have up to standard JAMB scores in the 2020 JAMB examination.
DIRECT ENTRY [DE] Admission Requirements (ADMISSION TO 200 LEVEL)
(a) NCE [National Certificate of Education], OND [National Diploma], HND [Higher National Diploma] in related fields and no less than at lower credit level in addition to O’ Level admission requirements stated above may be admitted at suitable level.
(b) Two Advanced level passes or its equivalent in relevant subjects in addition to O/L requirements stated above.
(c) The interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) at satisfactory grade levels or score.
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