EDE POLYTECHNIC 2ND BATCH ADMISSION LIST OUT FOR 2012/2013!!

The Federal Polytechnic Ede (EdePoly) has released her second batch admission list of successfully admitted persons into various programmes offered by the Polytechnic for the 2012/2013 academic session.

Students should visit the polytechnic website on: www.federalpolyede.edu.ng to access their admission status.

Intel reveals that the Ede Polytechnic admission registration closes onthe 17th October 2012.

We therefore urge all admitted students to make haste and visit the school to carry out all necessary registration processes before the said date.

Congratulations to all students who made the Federal Polytechnic Ede second batch admission list for 2012/2013..

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3 thoughts on “EDE POLYTECHNIC 2ND BATCH ADMISSION LIST OUT FOR 2012/2013!!

  • October 8, 2012 at 10:12 am
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    what is cut off mark for hnd tourism?

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  • October 13, 2012 at 9:46 am
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    Is there any list to be posted after the second batch

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  • October 30, 2012 at 12:39 am
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    There really isnt a majiroty age. It varies a lot by discipline. For the physical sciences, for example, many people go on right after college, so a lot of the Ph.D. students will be in their early-mid 20s. On the other hand, a lot of those pursuing doctorates in education come to that position after having been classroom teachers for many years, and may tend to be in their late-30s to early-50s. In my doctoral program, the age range was from 23-42, but I know of a lot of other people in my field who got their doctorates in their later 40s through early 60s.

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