Unlike UTME, Direct entry enables you to gain admission into 200 level. The University of Lagos (UNILAG) releases Form alongside POST UTME yearly between July and September. But the release of UNILAG 2020 Direct Entry form will be late because of the Coronavirus outbreak (Covid-19).
UNILAG Direct Entry form for 2020 will be released between September and November 30th 2020 and the screening date is around two weeks after the form is released. Prediction above will work if Cure for Corona Virus is found between now and 7th of May 2020.
The University of Lagos (UNILAG)
The University of Lagos, popularly known as UNILAG, is a public research university in Lagos, Nigeria. It is one of five first-generation universities in Nigeria and was founded in 1962. The University of Lagos is one of the most applied Universities in Nigeria for both Jamb UTME and Direct Entry.
UNILAG DE Form 2020 And Admission Process
The University of Lagos (UNILAG) releases Direct Entry (DE) form in the second semester. The Direct Entry registration takes around two weeks and it is done on the school portal.
The major requirement for Direct Entry registration is either ND, NCE, IJMB, JUPEB Result or its equivalent and Jamb direct entry registration slip. UNILAG releases DE admission lists before every new session begins. In fact, new students resume the first semester before old students so that they can do direct clearance/registration.
Credit Required and How to Apply for UNILAG DE
The University of Lagos requirements and how to apply for UNILAG admission this year is not within the scope of this article. I have already listed the requirements and application process for UNILAG screening. You may click here to see UNILAG Cut off mark and how to apply for the University of Lagos Direct Entry Online.
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Does UNILAG Accept Lower Credit
When it comes to direct entry, different courses have different requirements. While Lower credit may be accepted for some courses and departments, Lower credit may not be accepted for other competitive courses or faculty.
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