Benue State University (BSU) Pre-Degree Admission Form For 2022/2023 Academic Session

The Benue State University (BSU) is now accepting applications for its Pre-Degree/Preliminary Science program for the 2022/2023 academic year. If you’re interested in applying, you’ll need to pay a fee of 5,000 Nigerian Naira for the application form.

Benue State University (BSU)

The sales form will go on Sale on Monday, 19th December 2022.

The programme offers candidates the admission opportunity into the following science-based programmes:

  1. Medicine and Surgery (M.B.B.S)
  2. B.Sc. Radiology
  3. B.Sc. Environmental Management & Toxicology
  4. B.Sc. Medical Laboratory Science
  5. B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry
  6. B. Pharmacy
  7. B.Sc. Computer Science
  8. B. Nursing Science
  9. B.Sc. Statistics
  10. B.Sc. Anatomy
  11. B.Sc. Mathematics
  12. B.Sc. Physiology
  13. B.Sc. Physics
  14. B.Sc. Biochemistry
  15. B.Sc. Ed. Integrated Science
  16. B.Sc. Plant Science and Bio-technology
  17. B.Sc. Ed. Chemistry
  18. B.Sc. Microbiology
  19. B.Sc. Ed. Mathematics
  20. B.Sc. Zoology and Environmental Biology
  21. B.Sc. Ed. Biology
  22. B.Sc. Pure Chemistry
  23. B.Sc. Ed. Physics

Benue State University Pre-Degree Entry Requirements

To be eligible for admission into the Benue State University Pre-Degree Science Program, candidates must have a NECO/WASSCE Certificate or the GCE Ordinary Level, with credit passes in at least four subjects at no more than two sittings.

Three of these subjects must be in the core science subjects of mathematics, chemistry, physics, and biology. All results must have already been submitted and cannot be awaiting results.

Candidates with less than five credits will eventually need to make up these credits before graduating from their undergraduate program.

How to Apply for BSU Pre-degree Admission Form

To apply for the Pre-Degree admission form, candidates must visit the Benue State University website and complete the pre-registration information under the “Preliminary Science” section of the “Applications” section of the website.

After submission, an application number will be generated and candidates must print a copy of the pre-registration form and take it, along with a non-refundable application fee of 5,000 naira, to a designated bank (Fidelity or Zenith).

Once payment has been made, candidates must revisit the website and complete the application form under the “Preliminary Science” section.

They should then print a copy of the completed form and attach all relevant photocopies of credentials, including the payment receipt, WASSCE/NECO results, local government certificate of origin, birth certificate, and three passport photographs. This completed package should be submitted to the Preliminary Science office.

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