Are you eagerly awaiting the release of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) admission list for the 2023/2024 academic session? Look no further, as we provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to check, download, and accept your admission offer. Stay informed on the latest updates and ensure you don’t miss out on this crucial information.
When Will OAU Start Giving Admission for 2023/2024?
The admission process at OAU typically begins two months after the Post UTME screening exercise concludes. While awaiting official announcements, candidates are encouraged to check their admission status regularly via the official JAMB portal.
Is OAU Admission List Out for 2023/2024?
Post UTME and Direct Entry candidates who participated in the screening exercise will be pleased to know that the OAU management has released the names of admitted students for the 2023/2024 academic session. The list includes first batch, OAU 2nd batch, and 3rd batch admissions, all accessible through the OAU admission portal.
How to Check OAU Admission List 2023/2024:
To simplify the process, follow these steps to check your admission status:
- Visit jamb.org.ng/efacility.
- Log in to your JAMB profile using your username and password.
- Scroll down to the home page and click on “Check Admission Status.”
- Select your Exam year and enter your JAMB registration number.
- Click on ‘Check Admission Status,’ and you will either see “Congratulations!” or “Not Admitted” (admission in progress, check back later).
Additionally, you can check your admission status on the OAU portal:
- Visit the official portal at https://eportal.oauife.edu.ng/admissions.php.
- Enter your admission year and JAMB registration number.
- Click ‘Submit’ to access your admission status.
If admitted, proceed to the JAMB CAPS portal to accept the offer. Remember to print your admission letter and promptly pay your acceptance and school fees.
- If you encounter “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 bring good news.