University of Ibadan (UI) announces Sales of 2021/2022 Post-UME Form

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University of Ibadan (UI) announces Sales of 2021/2022 Post-UME Form

The University of Ibadan  has announced its sales of Post-UME Forms as well as the Screening dates for the aspirants. For the ongoing 2021/2022 admission process into different academic programmes.
This was obtained from the information published on the University’s Official website on the 28th August, 2022. which was duly signed by the University’s Registrar, Olubunmi O. Faluyi, MCIPM, MAUA.
The Registration & Purchase of the University of Ibadan  Post-UME Form commences from Monday 7th September 2020 and ends on 16th October, 2020. It is worthy to note that the cutoff point for admission is pegged at 200.
Also the price for the Post UME Form is NGN2000 ONLY. Therefore Eligible aspirants are advised to buy and register for the Post UME on or before 16th October, 2020.


Eligible aspirants are those candidates who have;
I. Chosen University of Ibadan as their First Choice Institution.
II. Scored 200 and above in the just concluded Joint Admission and Matriculation Board examination.
III. At least 5 Credits in their major subjects including English Language and Maths and in not more than two sittings.
Before we proceed, I would like to quickly inform you that the price of the  (UI) post UME Form  is NGN2000. Wow, that’s cool right?
Okay let’s go back to previous discussion jare…*wink
Having known the eligibility requirements for UI post UME Form, let me now take you to the main lane. – The Registration Process.

University of Ibadan (UI) announces Sales of 2021/2022 Post-UME Form


Before purchasing the post UME Form, candidates are advised to upload and submit their bio-data. And WAEC/NECO results on or before 16th October, 2021, through this link
NOTE: All data must be in CAPSLOCK Only. Any aspirants who does not upload and submit his or her bio-data and WAEC/NECO results on or before 16th October, 2021, shall automatically be disqualified and prevented from Participating in the University’s screening exercise.
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1. Qualified Aspirants should log-into the UI admission Portal via (
Remember: You must use your JAMB Reg Number as your Username and use your Surname as your password.
Username = 67527674JK(Jamb Reg No)
Password = AKPAN (your surname)
After entering the UI portal,
A Post UME screening fee of NGN2,000 ONLY should be paid into the University of Ibadan (Admission Processing Fee Account).
Aspirants are strongly advised against falsification of their data. As this is against the law and any one guilty will be handed over to the law enforcement agency.
Make sure the Name of  Aspirant, JAMB Reg Number, Telephone Number and E-mail address of the Aspirants are carefully filled at the point of payment.
This indicates that all Aspirants must have their own personal email address. You don’t have an email address? Click here
Payment Methods available:
i) Credit/Debit Card Payment: involves using  your ATM card to pay.
ii) Bank Payment: Involves going to the bank to make your payment, ensure to carry your generated prepayment analysis slip from the portal to the bank. This method Involves additional #500 for bank charges in most cases.
iii) Mobile Transfer: involves using your internet banking tool to make your payment.
Any method you choose from the above Options is good, but I normally advise Aspirants to use Option II.
After making your payment from any of the three payment methods above, Aspirants are Advised to print out the final payment slip which would contain the following important information;
a. Aspirants Name in full (Surname first)
b. Aspirants JAMB Registration number, as the payee.
c. Payment reference number showing the success message.
2. After you have successfully made your payment, Aspirants are advised to go back to the portal and submit his or her bio-data and Ordinary level results (if you didn’t submit it before) and make sure that everything is written in Capital letters Only as I said earlier. Failure to do this may lead to your disqualification.
After you’ve filled in everything in capital letters, make sure to print it out and keep for future reference which may save as an evidence of a complete transaction.
As at the time of writing this post, the UI Screening date is not yet made known to the public.
Once the date is announced, we will be the first to update you, so kindly bookmark this page now.
Aspirants are therefore advised  to Start practicing the UI post-UTME past questions and answers for adequate preparation because the Screening maybe computer based test.

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