All admitted students of the Nnamdi Azikiwe
University UNIZIK can now proceed to pay
their acceptance fee for this academic year.
This year, UNIZIK admission is N16,500.00
(sixteen thousand five hundred naira). And
payable to the banks listed below;
First Bank Plc,
UBA Bank Plc,
Diamond Bank Plc,
Spring Bank Plc,
Zenith Bank Plc,
Intercontinental Bank Plc and
Fidelity Bank Plc.
After payment, the bank will give you a pin
to proceed for online registration in the
university portal as below;
-Visit the school portal my.unizik.edu.ng
click on E-clearnace, click on undergraduate
(regular) and follow instructions in other to
fill your online clearance form .
-You are expected to print out a submited
copy of the clearance form and proceed to
the school admission unit for physical
After the lasting suspense, the Nnamdi
Azikiwe University (NAU) Awka, UNIZIK has
published the 2012/2013 admission list in
How to check your UNIZIK admission
1. Log on to my.unizik.edu.ng.
2. Click on “Undergraduate ( Regular )”.
3. Enter your registration number, and click
4. Check your status if “Admitted” or “Not
share your admission testimonies here, if
possible tell others the things that helped
you succeed. Feel free also to ask questions
if need be.
Supplementary admission forms are now
all those who wrote 2012 JAMB (UTME) for
into the following departments:
2. Banking and Finance
3. Business Administration and Management
6. Mass Communication
7. Office Technology and Management
8. Civil Engineering
9. Electrical/ Electronics
0. Mechanical Engineering
1. Computer Science
2. Science Laboratory Technology
4. Surveying/ Geo-informatics
Note: This supplementary admission is for
candidates who scored from 160 and
above in the 2012 UTME JAMB.
METHOD OF ADMISSION (ADMISSION
1. Candidates pay the sum of N15,000 for
admission form to the following banks:
FinBank Bori – 3002435497
Union Bank Bori – 0011793686
Eco Bank Ikwerre Road – 0472002169
Unity Bank Rumuomasi – 0003257733
And N1,000 for the portal access scratch
card. ( Total Payment of N16,000)
1. Applicants proceed to the Polytechnic
present bank tellers. In exchange they are
official receipt and a portal scratch card.
2. With the scratch card, applicants log into
the portal http://www.rivpolybori.com to fill
online application forms.
3. On successful application, an SMS alert is
automatically sent to his/her phone
acknowledging receipt of the application.
4. With the same scratch card, applicants can
from time to time check status of their
admissions at the portal.
5. On announcement of admissions, all
would receive SMS alert and a copy of list of
successful applicants to be admitted would
be published on the school portal.
6. Closing date for submission is 30th of
The Yaba College of technology (YABATECH)
has now updated the 2012/2013 admission
list on their website for checking.
Myschoolcomm reported a couple of days
ago that the Yaba College of technology
merit admission list was released on JAMB
Candidates who participated in the school’s
admission screening can now check their
admission status on the school portal.
To check yours now,click here to login. You
will be requested to provide your
application number to view your status.
share your admission testimonies below in
comment. Questions are also welcome.
The Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti (EkitiPoly)
has released the result of the 2012/2013
post UTE screening.
Candidates who sat for this examination
can now access their results online in the
To check your result, kindly go to http://
verify_admission.php with your
Share you result below after checking.
This to inform all prospective students of
the Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri that
the school has released their 2nd batch
admission list into the National diploma
programme, full time.
The ND 2nd list has been pasted in the
notice boards located at the school Admin
Block for public view.
If you missed the publication about the 1st
list, click here.
Check your admission status and share with
others here using the comment box.
Summer has come to London! The heat! The
sun! The Olympics! The week started off
with such promise and the weather hasn’t
disappointed. With a dissertation deadline
looming and writing that needs to get
drafted, the smell of summer distracts for
the joyful celebration of the sporting event
of the year. They’re also known as ‘study
breaks’ as I like to call them.
With my dissertation near completion the
next step of the process comes to light:
internship or part time job? It’s a topic I’ve
struggled with throughout the year. As an
international student, I’m allowed to work
but only part-time during my studies. Once
I’ve submitted my dissertation, I believe my
visa allows me to work full time, as long as
it isn’t a permanent position. This means I
can work on a contract basis, for example
as a full time editor for a newspaper for
three months only.
The whole working whilst you study as an
international student is a bit of struggle to
wrap your head around. Isn’t it enough
work studying in a foreign country? Then
again, who has the ability to not work and
study at the same time? The debate has
been ongoing. In between term breaks I’d
try to tackle the task of transferring my
work skills to the UK standard employment
Curriculum Vitae also known as a CV. Not
every country uses the CV format and is
was a task to ask my friends constantly to
look it over or for their opinion. The CV is
the ultimate gamble because you have no
idea how on the other side is looking at it.
It’s impossible to know what they expect or
want to see unless you know them
As it’s a ‘productive’ use of my time, when I
take breaks from researching, drafting and
editing my dissertation, the next project I
work on is creating a decent CV. The plan is
to apply to roles that are part-time and
located within an acceptable distance of
where my university is.
Where does an international student start
looking for work? It’s certainly not the same
in every country so learn how it relates to
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