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GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
The admission requirements for Bachelor's Degree Programmes are as follows:
(A) 4 - YEAR (PART-TIME) PROGRAMME (WEEKEND)
Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) with at least Merit in two core/Teaching subjects, GCE A'Level, OND/HND in relevant areas with at least Lower Credit or Academic Diploma from recognized Universities are required in addition to (B) below.
Advanced National Technical/Business Certificate (ANTC, ANBC is acceptable for Vocational Courses only).
(B) 5 - YEAR (PART-TIME) PROGRAMME (WEEKEND)
WAEC/NECO Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC), General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (GCE O'Level), National Technical Certificate/National Business Certificate (NTC/NBC is acceptable for Vocational Courses only) with Credits in five (5) subjects obtained at not more than two sittings.
A credit in O'Level English Language is required for all courses.
SPECIAL COURSES REQUIREMENTS
- A credit in O'Level Mathematics is required for Science, Social and Management Sciences, Vocational and Technical Education based courses except where otherwise stated.
- Credit in Literature in English is required for English Language.
- A Credit in at least one Science subject is required for Mathematics.
- Candidates wishing to study Educational Management should have obtained Credit in Mathematics and Economics at the Ordinary Level.
- Credits in any two (2) of Geography, Economics, Government, Islamic Religious Knowledge, Commerce, Christian Religious Knowledge, History and Yoruba are acceptable for the study of Social Studies.
- Candidates wishing to study Counselling Psychology with teaching subject options in science and Social Sciences must have credit in Biology and Mathematics.
The following courses are available in the under listed Colleges:
A. College of Applied Education and Vocational Technology:
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Business Education
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Technical Education
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Secretarial Administration
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Home Economics & Hotel Management
- B.Ed. Educational Management
- B.Ed. Library & Information Science
- B.Ed. Counselling Psychology
- B.Ed. Early Childhood Education
- B.A. (Ed.) History and Diplomatic Studies
- B.A. (Ed.) Christian Religious Studies
- B.A. (Ed.) Creative Arts
- B.A. (Ed.) Islamic Studies
- B.A. (Ed.) French
- B.A. (Ed.) English Studies
- B.A. (Ed.) Yoruba
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Physics
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Mathematics
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Chemistry
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Human Kinetics and Health Education
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Agricultural Science
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Computer Science
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Biology
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Economics
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Political Science
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Geography & Environmental Management
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Transport Planning & Management
- B.Sc. (Ed.) Social Studies
Admission forms are available at a cost of Ten thousand Naira (N10,000) only.
METHOD OF APPLICATION (LOG IN PROCEDURE)
Part-Time forms with brochure can be obtained on-line through the following step by step procedure:
(i) Visit the TASUED website by typing www.tasued.edu.ng on the web page.
NB: Only the www.tasued.edu.ng has the legitimate and authentic platform for the Part-Time application form.
(ii) Click Part-Time application form. Candidates are strongly advised to click the Part-Time Degree Brochure and carefully study the O'Level requirements for the courses applied for before applying on the TASUED website, www.tasued.edu.ng
(iii) Complete the Part-Time application form by providing the required information.
(iv) Submit your form by clicking submit button.
(v) Print out an identification slip containing your colour passport photograph. The printed slip will serve as candidate's identification/admission card for the screening test.
Note that false information provided by any candidate shall be detected by the special TASUED software application and such candidates shall be disqualified.
Screening shall be conducted on Friday, 29th January, 2016 for all 100 level and Direct Entry (200 level) applicants at ICT Ososa Campus of the University by 8.00 a.m. Candidates' participation in the screening exercise is a mandatory requirement for entry into the University.
The results of the screening exercise should be checked on the University Website a week after the screening.
Wednesday, 27th January, 2016