The management of Anambra
State University released their
3rd batch admission list on
Friday 19th Oct., 2012. This
current list came barely a month
after the school management
announced a brief admission list
termed as ” ANSU 2nd batch merit
list”, the list did not contain much
names as expected, contacting a
staff official under admin
section, he explained that the list
was part of first batch merit
admission list which could not be
pasted because of certain
handicaps in school admission
process.
This current admission list, unlike
the 2nd merit admission list,
contain numerous names of
candidates awarded admission
to their various department of
studies.
Commenting for this recent
admission list, the school Admin
personnel was quoted saying ”
Anambra state university is
determined to comply with
Unified Tertiary and
Matriculation Board directives”.
It should be noted that earlier
this month that utme board with
federal ministry of education
issued out ultimatum to Nigerian
tertiary institutions that they
have until 30th of Oct to submit
all their 2012/2013 admission
list to the board while lack of
compliance will result to lack of
admission year by the
institution.
Candidates are strictly advice to
check out their names which had
already been pasted at both Uli
and Igbariam campus of the
school. Payment of acceptance
fees had already commenced for
the institution at a stipulated
amount of eleven thousand and
three hundred naira only(N
11,300) at any commercial bank
within the school campus.
This will now be preceded by full
time clearance. The school which
was yet to resume from their
long vacation is scheduled to
resume on 5th Nov, while fresh
student is to fully resume on
29th Nov after clearance.
“Any candidate whose name was
not spotted in this list is to await
the subsequent lists as ANSU is
determined to duly award
admission to any candidate that
made ANSU their choice and
wrote their post utme” said by
the school management.
This update was reported to
Myschool by Frankdoz, ANSU Uli
Campus, Chemical Engineering,
100L.

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