…Commences 2023 JAMB Registrations
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has approved five additional Computer Based Test (CBT) Centres for Osun State University.
Osun State University will on Tuesday, 21st February, 2023 hold its 16th matriculation ceremony for full-time undergraduate students to mark the end of 2022/2023 admission exercise.
You may wish to recall that in our release dated 8th December, 2022, the deadline of 23rd December, 2022 was given to all candidates who have been offered admission in the 2022/2023 Admission exercise to complete their registration.
The final Admission list of Osun State University for the 2022/2023 Admission exercise into various degree programmes has been released. Prospective candidates who participated in the Admission screening exercise can check their admission status via the Undergraduate Admissions portal.
The supplementary UTME list of 2022/2023 Admission exercise into various degree programmes have been released. Prospective candidates who participated in the Admission screening exercise can check their admission status via the Undergraduate Admissions portal.
The merit list of admitted candidates for 2022/2023 Admission into various degree programmes has now been released. Candidates who participated in the 2022 Admission screening exercise can now check their admission status via the University Undergraduates Admission portal.
Notice is hereby given that the results of the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) screening exercise into Osun State Univesity have been released. UTME Candidates who participated in the exercise are therefore advised to check their screening results via the Undergraduates Admissions Portal at https://admissions.uniosun.edu.ng.
Notice is hereby given that the registration for the 2022/2023 Post Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) screening exercise has been extended for candidates who chose Osun State University as their First Choice or those willing to change their institution and make UNIOSUN their First Choice, with a minimum score of 160 marks.
However, candidates can no longer register for the following programmes: Nursing, Medicine, Law, Common and Islamic Law, Medical Laboratory Science, Computer Science, English and International Studies, Linguistics and Communication Studies, Theatre Arts, Public Health, Pharmacology, Radiography and Radiation Science, Accounting, Business Administration, Political Science and International Relations, Biochemistry, Civil Engineering, Electrical Electronics Engineering, Microbiology and Mechanical Engineering.