>THE VNTI UNFAIR ADVANTAGE: NUMBER OF STUDENTS WHO APPLIED TO STUDY IN THE EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY (EKSU POST-UTME)

>Below are the Number of students who applied for the Big courses in the EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY (EKSU).

• Accounting: 3865
• Agriculture: 83
• Agric Extension/Economics: 131
• Agric and Bio Engineering:
• Architecture:
• Banking and Finance: 1619
• Biochemistry: 914
• Biological Sciences:
• Business Management/Administration: 4178
• Chemical Engineering:
• Civil Engineering: 653
• Civil Law/Law: 1424
• Computer Science: 1318
• Computer Engineering:
• Economics: 1708
• Electrical/Electronics Engineering: 505
• English and Literary studies: 783
• Geography: 96
• Geology: 188
• History and international Studies: 256
• Marketing:
• Mass comm:
• Mechanical Engineering: 406
• Medical Laboratory Science :
• Medicine and Surgery: 1243
• Microbiology: 966
• Nursing science:
• Pharmacy:
• Petroleum Engineering:
• Political science: 1809
• Psychology: 206
• public Administration:
• Public Health:
• Radiography:
• Sociology: 548
Total Number of Students: 24,391
2nd choice: 37,415

NOTE: Statistics above are for First choice candidates Only
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5 thoughts on “>THE VNTI UNFAIR ADVANTAGE: NUMBER OF STUDENTS WHO APPLIED TO STUDY IN THE EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY (EKSU POST-UTME)

  • May 9, 2012 at 11:01 am
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    in my o-level, i have everything B3 except english D7 and can i still be consider for admission at eksu for geology

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    • May 9, 2012 at 6:19 pm
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      Yeah, You should be.

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  • May 10, 2012 at 3:06 pm
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    how do they count their scores for jamb and post utme

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  • August 18, 2012 at 11:29 pm
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    Passed WAEC but D7 in english can i study computer science in imo state university

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    • August 19, 2012 at 3:48 am
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      @Samuel, english is a compulsory pass, but you can try, you may be accepted

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