FCES Oyo (Affiliated to UI) Post-UTME/DE Screening Form for 2024/2025 Academic Session

The Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo (FCES Oyo), in collaboration with the University of Ibadan (UI) Post UTME and Direct Entry screening form for the 2024/2025 academic session, is out.

The Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo, in affiliation with the University of Ibadan, requests applications from qualified candidates for its NUC-approved full-time undergraduate degree programmes for the 2024/2025 academic session.

The Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo, which is the only one in the Country mandated to train special education teachers and other personnel, was established in October 1977.

FCES Oyo / UI Available Degree Programmes

Approved Courses are;

  • Education/Christian Religious Studies.
  • Education/Islamic Studies.
  • Educational Management.
  • Guidance and Counselling.
  • Human Kinetics.
  • Primary Education Studies.
  • Education Mathematics.
  • Education French.
  • Education English Language.
  • Special Education

FCES Oyo / UI  Post UTME and DE Screening Eligibility

The following candidates are qualified to apply:

  • Those who made the College their preferred Institution of choice sat for the 2024/2025 UTME and scored 200 and above.
  • Those who sat for the 2024/2025 UTME and scored 200 and above but did not choose the College.
  • Candidates who did not choose the College must process a change of Institution and make the College’s First choice on the JAMB portal.
  • Those who applied to JAMB for Direct Entry.

ALL Candidates are to submit their bio-data and SSCE WAEC/NECO O’L or (equivalent certificate) and NCE results (for Direct Entry) ONLINE directly through the college website.

How to Apply for FCE (Special) Oyo/UI  Post UTME and DE Screening Form

Registration Formalities

  • Candidates are to pay the Admission Processing Fee of N2,000.00 online through the Interswitch payment gateway.
  • The online forms are to be filled in CAPITAL letters.
  • Candidates can return to the portal by March 6th 2024 to edit/complete their previous entries or otherwise review and print their submissions.  Please ensure that you click “FINAL SUBMISSION” before printing. Applicants should note that no further editing can be done after the final submission.
  • Functional e-mail addresses and GSM numbers should be provided to enable the College to reach candidates during the Admission exercise whenever the need arises.
  • An online help desk platform on spedportal@yahoo.com will be available to handle all genuine enquiries.
  • The deadline for submission of bio-data/’O’ level results may not be extended.  Any candidate whose data is not submitted within the stipulated time may not be considered for screening and admission.
  • Misrepresentation/falsification of documents is a serious offense.  Candidates are therefore advised to submit genuine documents only.  Anyone found guilty of this offense will be automatically disqualified and may be handed over to the Law Enforcement Agents.

Special Notice

  • Candidates are requested to note that payment of the Admission Processing Fee of N2,000.00 is for processing each candidate’s application. This does not guarantee admission.
  • The date for Post-UTME screening for UTME candidates will be communicated via the e-mail address and/or GSM phone number as stated in (4) above.
  • Direct Entry candidates are to apply for courses where they have relevant NCE grades.
  • They are expected to come to the Directorate of Degree and Diploma Programmes of the College with two copies each of a photocopy of credentials, payment teller, online registration form, JAMB (DE) Registration, and Colour Passport.
  • Candidates should constantly check the admission portal for further information.

Conclusion

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