Are you eagerly awaiting admission into the Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun (FUPRE) for the 2023/2024 academic session? We understand the anticipation, and this blog post aims to guide you through the process of checking the admission list efficiently. Stay informed on when FUPRE will start giving admissions, and how to access the admission lists through both the official JAMB portal and FUPRE’s dedicated admission portal.
When Will FUPRE Start Giving Admission for 2023/2024?
Admissions at FUPRE typically commence approximately two months after the conclusion of the Post UTME screening exercise. While awaiting official announcements, candidates are encouraged to check their admission status regularly via the JAMB portal.
Is FUPRE Admission List Out for 2023/2024?
The good news is that FUPRE has started releasing the names of admitted students for the 2023/2024 academic session. If you participated in the Post UTME and Direct Entry screening exercises, now is the time to check if your name appears on the admission list.
How to Check FUPRE Admission List 2023/2024 on JAMB Portal:
- Visit jamb.org.ng/efacility.
- Log in to your JAMB profile using your username and password.
- Scroll down and click on “Check Admission Status.”
- Select your exam year and enter your JAMB registration number.
- Click on “Check Admission Status” to view your admission status.
If you see “Congratulations,” you’ve been admitted! If not, don’t worry; admission lists are released in batches.
How to Check Admission Status on FUPRE Portal:
- Visit the official FUPRE portal at https://www.fupreonline.com/.
- Select the “Admission Status” link.
- Enter your JAMB registration number.
- Click on “Check Status” to determine if you’ve been admitted.
Upon admission, promptly proceed to the JAMB CAPS portal to accept the offer. Remember to print your admission letter and initiate payment for acceptance and school fees.
- If you see “Admission in progress, check back later,” be patient as names are released in batches.
- If you see “Not Admitted,” remain hopeful, as subsequent batches may still include your name.