FUTA Admission Screening 2016: Eligibility, Screening And Registration Details

All candidates, who made The Federal University of Technology, Akure their choice of first institution and obtained a minimum score of 180 and above in the 2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), are invited for a screening exercise in the University from Tuesday 9th August to Friday 12th August, 2016.

Similarly, candidates who made FUTA their choice of first or/second institution for the Direct Entry Admission for the 2016/2017 Academic Session are also invited for the screening exercise.

Such candidates are to visit FUTA website (www.futa.edu.ng) to register for the screening exercise, after a payment of N2,500.00 (Two thousand five hundred Naira only) through e-tranzact.

Candidates are expected to print out their screening schedule after a successful registration. They are also expected to come along with the following items on the day of screening as printed out on the schedule:

(1) UTME Original Result Slip. If you do not have this document, click here to get yours
(2) O’level result(s) print out of maximum of two sittings
(3) O’level result checking scratch card(s) (One or two, depending on the number of sittings)

Awaiting result candidates can also register, but they are expected to come along with their O’level results on the day of screening.

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Comments (290)

4 years ago
wow, at last
4 years ago
say no to Ftc
4 years ago
Hw z d screening gonna be...... Is it any form of written or i dnt just knw ooo....
4 years ago
This is a wrong information...my school check well there's already a disclaimer regards this information.

I stand corrected though
4 years ago
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whatz gonna happen.......
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4 years ago
the thing is not even on futa website.

how is it going to be now?
4 years ago
Dis info is wrong
4 years ago
FUTA Admission Screening Frequently Asked Questions – 2016/17

Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA post

UTME / admission screening Frequently Asked

Questions (FAQ).

The management of the Federal University of

Technology, Akure (FUTA) has answered some

questions asked by prospective students as regards the

2016/2017 academic session admission screening



1. 1. Can someone register without making FUTA the

first or second choice?

Ans: No

2. Can a candidate who intend using the WAEC/GCE

result that will be out by November for admission


Ans: No

3. Please how do we get registered on the portal?

(The payment and login using E-Transact)?

Ans: Check www.futa.edu.ng

4. What are the requirements for direct entry

candidates? Is lower credit obtained at the

Ordinary National Diploma eligible?

Ans: Lower Credits not allowed

5. Can candidate register without being posted to


Ans: Yes, as long as he/she has chosen FUTA with

a score of 180.

6. Please are we to obtain the form from banks and

which bank please?

Ans: Check FUTA website for the process.

7. When is the take-off date for the registration?

Ans: July 18, 2016

8. Please will any exam be conducted?

Ans: No.
4 years ago
Dere is no portal on futa website....myschool.com.ng should review dis post pls
4 years ago
Pls, i'm not seeing dz on Futa website ooo...
4 years ago

Pls Shed more light on dz!
4 years ago
Kindly waitin for unilorin. Hmmm #keepcalm
4 years ago
Dis fake news has been spreading on whatsaap for lyk 3 days now....pls dis info is wrong,dont confuse innocent aspirants...
4 years ago
The Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday

protested against the decision of the Federal

Government to scrap the Post-Unified Tertiary

Matriculation Examination, warning that the

scrapping “portends serious danger for the quality

of education in Nigeria”.

The union said the decision undermines the

autonomy and powers of university senate as the

highest policy making body on academic matters,

particularly admission of students and award of

university degrees.

Some Universities in the country were said to be

flouting the directive by conducting the Post-UTME.

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The National President of ASUU, Prof. Biodun

Ogunyemi, who tabled the protest at a press briefing

in Abuja, said the union was not consulted on the


He said, “The cancellation of Post -UTME, to us,

portends serious danger for the quality of education

in this country.

“The argument of federal government on the policy

is unacceptable and potentially harmful to the future

of Nigerian’s education system. We call on

government to rescind its decision and convene a

genuine stakeholders ‘ meeting on the issue before

making any policy statement.”

Ogunyemi faulted the Minister of Education, Mallam

Adamu Adamu, saying he does not enjoy the sole

prerogative to endorse the examination conducted

by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board.

He said, “Such statement coming from the Minister

was unfortunate because JAMB should not be

saddled with the responsibility of solely conducting

entrance examinations into the nation’s tertiary


“We call the attention of the Honourable Minister of

Education to the fact that Post-UTME is a child of

necessity and rationality and a decision that

Nigerian Universities had to take when the

credibility and integrity of JAMB examinations and

results became questionable.

“When universities were admitting solely on the

basis of JAMB scores unimaginable discrepancies

were observed in the JAMB scores of candidates

and their performance in the first year in the


“Consider a candidate who got a JAMB score of 290

out of a maximum of 400, yet had to withdraw from

the University at the end of the first year on account

of very poor performance. It is important to note

that this happened not in isolated cases. Virtually all

universities reported such cases.

“The University of Ibadan conducted a study on the

correlation between JAMB scores and performance

at the University, and reported a negative

correlation between the two. The results were

published in the Ibadan Journal of the Social

Sciences. The introduction of Post -UTME was

based on sound empirical evidence.”

He argued that there has been considerable

improvement in the quality of students admitted into

the universities since the introduction of Post -

UTME which was evident in the declining drop-out


He said universities began charging fees for the

conduct of the Post -UTME due to poor funding by


The ASUU President said the screening was a

quality assurance test which the Federal

Government and all Nigerians who care about

educational standards should applaud and not


“The Post-UTME has its problems which we believe

can be addressed. To curtail exploitation of parents

and candidates, government can improve funding to

universities and other tertiary instit
4 years ago
Wo so ever post dt long comment abeg stop we don see am before tnk u

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