The school management of the Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology (FCFMT) invites applications from those interested in a career in one of their ND programs to apply for the 2023/2024 academic session post UTME screening exercise.
Candidates who need to change their Institution/Course are also encouraged to make the appropriate changes on the JAMB Portal.
Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology ND Courses and Requirements
- Marine Engineering
- Nautical Science
- Maritime Transport and Business Studies
- Fisheries Technology
- Mechanical Engineering
- Science Laboratory Technology
- Industrial and Labour Relations
- Oceanography and Fisheries Science
- Hydrology and Water Resources Management
Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology 2023/2024 Post UTME Eligibility
Five credits in relevant subjects at not more than two sittings JAMB UTME is required for ND Admission All candidates are required to upload their O-level results on their JAMB PORTAL before being considered for admission
How to Apply for the 2023/2024 FCFMT Post UTME Screening
Registration is online at https://applications.fcfmt.edu.ng/sign-up
Visit the college website @ http://www.fcfmt.edu.ng to view guidelines. Tuition Fees are from N47,100. Scholarships are also available.
All applications for admission will close on a date to be announced.
About Federal College Of Fisheries And Marine Technology (FCFMT)
The Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology is a higher education institute located on Victoria Island in Lagos, Nigeria. It is a monotechnic approved by the National Board for Technical Education. The College was originally known as the Federal School of Fisheries, established in 1969 as a vocational training institute for Nigeria’s in-shore fishing fleet. It was upgraded to a technological institution in 1992. The college offers courses in fisheries technology, general science, marine engineering, and nautical science. It has two hostels, accommodating about 450 students.
The college is headed by a provost who reports to the Minister of Agriculture. In February 2009 Samuel Azikwe Zelibe, former head of the Fisheries Department of Delta State University, was appointed provost. In January 2010 the provost warned that despite the ₦74 million government allocation and a ₦37.4 million World Bank grant last year, the college had scarcely enough funding to cover basic needs, let alone upgrade facilities and purchase a training vessel. He said more money was needed to develop a Fishery Technology laboratory, raise buildings and build roads.
The college fronts Victoria Beach, which is rapidly eroding. When the building was commissioned in May 1993 the beach was about 150 m (490 ft) wide. Two years later, waves had reached within a few meters of the foundation of the buildings, forcing the construction of a protective groin.
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