This is to inform the public and all aspirants that the school management of RHEMA UNIVERSITY has released the institution’s  ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR UNDERGRADUATES PROGRAMMES and the Mode Of Application.
Details  Below;
Admission Forms can be obtained directly from the Admission Office, Office Of The Registrar, Rhema University on payment of N2,500.00(Two Thousand Five Hundred Naira) for Full-time programmes and N5,100.00 (Five Thousand, One Hundred Naira) for part-time programmes into any of the underlisted banks.
For the Rhema university account numbers, click here.
Candidates can also access and fill the form on-line from the University portal: www.rhemauniversityng.net. Only applications accompanied by evidence of payment will be processed.
Mode Of Admission 
I. UTME Candidates:
Candidates must have obtained acceptable scores in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and shall, in addition, possess at least five (5) credit passes in WAEC, NECO or NABTEB at not more than two sittings, in subjects relevant to their field of study.
Credit passes in English Language and Mathematics are required for Science, Management and Social Science courses.
II. Direct Entry Candidates:
In addition to the O’level requirements stipulated in (I) above, the University accepts the following qualifications for Direct Entry Admission to 200 level:
(a) National Certificate in Educate (NCE)
(b) Diploma (ND/OND/NID/HND)
(c) Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination (IJMB)
Candidates who have obtained and equivalent international qualification may also apply and be considered for admission.
Rhema University Degree Programmes 
In general, candidates seeking admission through the UTME into 100 level of any of the four-year programmes leading to the award of the Bachelor’s degrees of the University should possess at least credit level passes in five relevant subjects which include English Language and Mathematics at the Ordinary level (SSCE, GCE, NECO).
Direct Entry Mode 
Candidates seeking Direct Entry admission to the 200-level of a degree programme should possess, in addition to the minimum of five credit passes at the GCE/NECO/SSCE/WAEC Examinations any of the following:
a) Advanced level GCE in at least two relevant subjects
b) Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) Certificate
c) Nigeria Certificate of Education (NCE) in relevant subjects
d) National Diploma (ND)Upper Credit in relevant subjects
e) Higher National Diploma (HND) Lower Credit in relevant subjects
f) First degree in related field

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