The FCE Abeokuta Post UTME form 2023 is now available. This is to let candidates know that they can now log on to the institution’s portal to obtain and submit an application for the Post UTME if they took the 2023/2024 JAMB exam, received a score of 120 or higher in the UTME, and selected the Federal College of Education, Abeokuta as their first or second choice of the institution.
FCE Abeokuta Post UTME Screening
All applicants will be informed of the date and location of the Post-UTME Screening Exercise via the mobile numbers provided. Candidates are further advised to check the College website, www.fce-abeokuta.edu.ng, for updates on the admissions process.
Federal College of Education Abeokuta Post UTME Eligibility
- A minimum of four (4) O’level credits and a pass in the pertinent subjects at one or two SSCE/GCE/NECO sittings, or its equivalent, are required of applicants.
- To be eligible to participate in the admission screening process, candidates must have taken the 2022 UTME with the required subject combinations and scored at least 110.
- Inquiring candidates should be aware that, assuming they meet the aforementioned requirement, they must register online for the admission screening exercise, they must change their first choice of an institution on the JAMB website to Federal College of Education, Abeokuta.
If you meet the above requirements, then you can apply for the FCE Abeokuta admission form 2023 by following the steps outlined below.
How to Apply for FCE Abeokuta Post UTME Form 2023/2024
The following Online Registration Instructions should be carefully read by candidates.
Step 1: Visit https://fce-abeokuta.edu.ng and click on Apply for Admission.
Step 2: Complete the required fields and provide your biographical information. By selecting Upload Passport, all applicants must upload their passports. No more than 25KB should be included in your passport.
Step 3: Make sure to provide a working phone number and email address.
Step 4: When step 3 has been completed, click Save and Continue to be taken to the payment page.
Step 5: To access the Paystack payment platform, click the Pay Now button on the payment page.
Step 6: Pay a non-refundable fee of N2,000.00 only by choosing your ATM card type (such as Visa or Master Card), entering your card number, expiration date, and CVV2 (the three digits on the back of the card), and then clicking “Pay”; OR PAY WITH BANK if you don’t have an ATM by choosing your bank, entering your account number where necessary, and then waiting for the PIN Code (OTP) that will be sent to your phone number with instructions. To authorize a deduction from your account, enter the OTP, and then click Pay. The receipt will be delivered to your email upon successful payment. The payment receipt can be printed later from your email.
Note: Avoid refreshing your browser during the process to prevent your account from being debited more than once. After five minutes, if nothing appears, close the browser and try again.
Step 7: You will be taken to the Upload result page after a successful payment has been received. Taking its cues from this page:
- Choose your academic program and the entry year
- Complete the UTME information required;
- Please provide all the necessary O’ level information.
Step 9: Click Submit when you’ve finished Step 7. You will see the message “Result Uploaded Successfully, you can now print your slip” and then click DISMISS to enable printing and saving.
Step 10: To print an enrollment form, click Print.
Note: Each applicant must provide the admissions office with physical copies of their completed online registration form, JAMB slip, copies of their credentials, and payment receipt.
In order to update their biodata and other pertinent information, candidates can log back into the admission portal page by clicking SIGN IN and entering their email address and password. After doing so, they can reprint their registration form.
We hope that makes sense. Please use the comment section below to contact us if you have any questions about the FCE Abeokuta Post UTME form for the 2023/2024 academic year. We will respond.