Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) admission screening exercise for the 2020/2021 session has been announced for UTME and Direct Entry candidates. See how to apply below.
TASUED Post UTME / DE Admission Screening Information
The Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) Post UTME and Direct Entry screening exercise application form for the 2020/2021 academic session is out. Interested and qualified candidates are hereby requested to apply on the university admission page.
Note: Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) does not have any outside agent to help with the 2020/2021 admission exercise. The use of such agent is at candidate’s own risk and candidates should desist from using third party in processing their applications.
The sale of the online Screening Form/Registration commences from Monday, 27th July 2020.
Eligibility Criteria for TASUED Post UTME and Direct Entry Screening
- UTME Candidate who chose TASUED as first/second choice institution or seeking a change of institution to TASUED through JAMB, having scored a minimum of 180 in the 2020 UTME.
- Direct Entry candidates with A level/OND/HND/NCE/JUPEB qualification who chose TASUED as first/second choice institution or seeking a change of institution to TASUED through JAMB and have obtained 2020 Direct Entry JAMB form.
How to Apply for TASUED Post UTME Screening
i. Candidates should apply online through the TASUED Admission portal on https://my.tasued.edu.ng/admission
NB: The address www.tasued.edu.ng is the ONLY legitimate and authentic website of TASUED through which the Admission portal can be accessed.
ii. Each candidate is required to make the payment of N2000 for the screening exercise payable online with either Master card or VISA ATM card.
(Please print out your receipt after payment)
iii. Candidates are required to fill and complete the online Application Form by providing all the required information. It is MANDATORY for all applicants to use the University Online Result Verification System (ORVS) to submit and verify their O-level result.
(Please download and read the University Degree Brochure and carefully study the O-Level requirements for the courses applied for, before filling the online Application Form)
iv. Print the Screening Slip containing your colour passport photograph and screening information. The printed slip will serve as candidates’ identification/admission card for the screening exercise.
Note that wrong/false information provided by any candidate shall render the application invalid and such candidates shall be disqualified.
TASUED Post UTME and DE Screening Exercise Date and Information
Screening exercise shall be conducted for all UTME candidates at the Main Campus of the University between Tuesday, 8th, and Friday, 18th September, 2020 subject to Federal and Ogun State Governments’ directives on COVID – 19.
Modalities for the screening exercise with the dates’ and time’s schedule shall be communicated to candidates before Monday, 7th September,2020.
Candidates participating in the screening exercise is a mandatory requirement for entry into Tai Solarin University of Education.
Candidates should prepare for the screening exercise and bring along the following:
(i) Colour print-out of the online Application Form
(ii) Original JAMB Examination Notification of Result slip or Direct Entry Registration Slip.
(iii) Screening Slip and Receipt.
(i) Cell phones (GSM, CDMA, etc.) and other electronic devices are not allowed at the venue of the screening exercise
(ii) Candidates are to arrive at the screening venue an hour before the commencement of the exercise.
The results of the screening exercise should be checked on the Admission portal after the screening exercise.
All correspondence on the screening exercise should be directed to email@example.com or addressed to the Admissions Officer at the University Main Campus, Ijagun, P.M.B. 2118, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.
Telephone No: 08033517017
Note: Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) does not have any outside agents to help with the 2020/2021 admission exercise. The use of such agents is at the candidate’s own risk and candidates should desist from using the third party in processing their applications.