This article is designed to help students who wish to study Chemistry in the Faculty of Sciences in Lagos State University as it is very important for all candidates who wish to apply for any of the courses offered in LASU to carefully confirm and see if the course they Selected is offered in the institution before registering for JAMB.
Lagos State University, also known as LASU, was established in 1983 by the enabling Law of Lagos State of Nigeria to advance learning and establish academic excellence.
The university caters to a population of over 35,000 students enrolled full-time. The university also offers courses at Diploma, Undergraduate, and Postgraduate levels. Lagos State University is located in Ojo, a town in Lagos State, Nigeria.
LASU is the only state university in the former British colony. Lagos State University offers diploma, degree, and postgraduate programmes including an MBA programme.
O’Level Subject Combination
The O’level subject combination and requirements needed to study Chemistry;
You require; Five (5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
JAMB Subject Combination
In UTME, please note that English Language is Compulsory for this course. Therefore, the three (3) other JAMB UTME subject combinations needed to study Chemistry under the Faculty of Sciences in the above Universities include;
Chemistry and two of Physics, Biology, and Mathematics.
Direct Entry Requirement
These are the conditions you need to fulfill to gain Direct Entry admission to study Chemistry if you don’t intend to use UTME.
- Two (2) ‘A’ level passes in Chemistry and any one (1) in Physics, Mathematics, or Biology.
- ND/NCE with good grades in relevant ‘O’ level subjects
All candidates interested in getting admitted into LASU for the 2024/2025 session, should know that to be eligible for the screening, you must have scored 160 or above in your JAMB result.
We hope that this article is helpful to all aspirants and students of Lagos State University (LASU). We are sure to update this article should any changes be made by the school authority.
We wish you best of luck.