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UNIPORT Admission List 2024 Academic Session

Are you eagerly awaiting the University of Port Harcourt’s admission list for the 2023/2024 academic session? We’ve got you covered with this detailed guide on how to check your admission status and what to do if you find your name on the list.

When Will UNIPORT Start Giving Admission for 2023/2024?

The University of Port Harcourt typically begins offering admission two months after the conclusion of the UNIPORT Post UTME screening exercise. While waiting, candidates are encouraged to check their admission status regularly through the official JAMB Portal.

Is UNIPORT Admission List Out for 2023/2024?

If you’re wondering whether the University of Port Harcourt has started giving admission for the 2023/2024 academic session, the answer is yes. The school management has released the names of admitted students who participated in the Post UTME and Direct Entry screening exercises.

How to Check UNIPORT Admission List 2023/2024

Follow these simple steps to check your admission status:

  1. Visit jamb.org.ng/efacility.
  2. Log in to your Jamb profile using your username and password.
  3. Scroll down and click on “Check Admission Status.”
  4. Select your exam year and enter your JAMB registration number.
  5. Click on ‘Check Admission Status.’

Upon doing this, you will either see “Congratulations!” or “Not Admitted” (or admission in progress; check back later). If admitted, proceed to the JAMB CAPS portal, log in with your JAMB profile, and click “ACCEPT” to confirm your admission offer.

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Checking Admission Status on UNIPORT Portal

  1. Go to the official portal at www.uniport.edu.ng.
  2. Enter your JAMB registration number.
  3. Click on “Login” to check your admission status.

Important Note

If you see “admission in progress, check back later,” be patient, as names are uploaded in batches. Subsequent batches will be released, so checking back after a few weeks is advisable. If you see “Not Admitted,” don’t panic; you may still gain admission in the subsequent batches.

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