The American University of Nigeria, Yola (AUN) Post UTME Admission form for the 2019/2020 academic session – check Jamb and departmental cut off marks and application requirement here.
The candidate that seek for admission into the American University of Nigeria, Yola as 1st or second Choice 2019/2020 are hereby advise to check method of application and course requirement guideline and get fully prepared for The Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
Also advice to check:
AUN Departmental Cut-off Marks
AUN Past Question and Answers
Pleas Note! Currently, AUN Post UTME Admission Exercise for 2019 is yet to commence. Will you like to know immediately the form is out? Bookmark this page regularly and Keep Checking Back.
Meanwhile Check how AUN Conducted 2018/2019 Admission
Candidates Eligible for American University of Nigeria Post UTME.
Candidates who chose American University of Nigeria in the 2019 Universities Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and posses a minimum Jamb score of 180 or JAMB’s yearly official cut off score to be considered for admission at AUN.
American University of Nigeria requires all candidates applying for admission into any of its courses to possess five credit “O” level passes.
How to Apply for American University of Nigeria Post UTME.
American University of Nigeria Screening Requirements.
Students must possess a minimum Jamb score of 180 or JAMB’s yearly official cut off score to be considered for admission at AUN.
Also required for admissions consideration are five (5) credits, including English Language and Mathematics, on no more than two SSCE sittings, or an equivalent from a country that requires other types of exit exams or standardized tests. Exceptions, if any, are made on a case-by-case basis.
Having the above scores and grades does not guarantee admission into the University. The above mentioned requirements only qualifies you for admission consideration and not necessarily acceptance. Students’ applications are carefully scrutinized, and those accepted are the ones with the highest scores and qualifications in the applicant pool.
JAMB scores, WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, IGCSE etc. scores and SS1, SS2 & SS3 transcripts assess an applicants’s overall performance and are the basic factors in the decision.