Dennis Osadebay University Pre-Degree Admission 2023/2024


Dennis Osadebay University Pre-Degree Admission 2023/2024

Are you an aspiring university student contemplating a well-rounded academic future? Look no further—Dennis Osadebay University (DOU) opens its doors for the 2023/2024 Pre-Degree Programme, a pathway to their various degree offerings.

Dennis Osadebay University in Anwai, Asaba, invites eligible candidates to apply for its prestigious Pre-Degree Programme for the 2023/2024 academic year. This one-year intensive course serves as a preparatory platform for students who wish to progress into the various undergraduate degree courses the university offers.
📣 Announcement DOU Pre-Degree Admission for 2023/2024
📆 Duration One-year intensive course
🎓 Faculties Six faculties with diverse courses
📝 Requirements SSCE/GCE/O’ Level with at least 5 relevant subjects
🎯 JAMB Mandatory JAMB registration and UTME
💳 Fee N16,000 application fee
🌐 Apply Online through DOU’s official website
⏰ Deadline Not specified

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Understanding the Significance of the DOU Pre-Degree Programme

The programme serves as an academic bridge, meticulously designed to prepare students for successful admission into the 100 level courses at Dennis Osadebay University. Completing this course enhances your chances of securing a spot in the degree programme of your choice at this distinguished educational institution.
A Glimpse into the Multitude of Courses on Offer

Dennis Osadebay University offers an array of diverse courses across multiple faculties. Your choices are not limited, and here is a breakdown of the faculties and the respective courses available:
FACULTY OF AGRICULTUREB.Sc. in Agricultural Extension
B.Sc. in Agricultural Economics
B.Sc. in Crop Science/Soil Science
B.Sc. in Animal Production
B.Sc. in Fisheries and Aquaculture
B.Sc. in Home Science
FACULTY OF ARTSB.A. in English (Options in Linguistics & Literature)
B.A. in European Languages (Options in Spanish & German)
B.A. in Asian Studies (Options in Chinese and Korean)
B.A. in African Linguistics/Languages (Options in Igbo, Ika, Urhobo and Ukwuani)
B.A. in Creative Arts (Options in Visual Arts, Music & Theatre Arts)
B.A. in History, Strategic and International Studies
B.A. in Religious Studies
B.A. in Philosophy
B.Sc. in Computer Science
B.Sc. in Surveying and Geo-Informatics
B.Sc. in Building
B.Sc. in Environment Management and Toxicology
B.Sc. in Urban and Regional Planning
B.Sc. in Fine and Applied Arts
B.Sc. in Microbiology
B.Sc. in Chemistry
B.Sc. in Industrial Chemistry
B.Sc. in Physics
B.Sc. in Mathematics
B.Sc. in Statistics
B.Sc. in Geology
B.Sc. in Banking and Finance
B.Sc. in Entrepreneurship
B.Sc. in Business Administration
B.Sc. in Marketing
B.Sc. in Management
B.Sc. in Political Science
B.Sc. in Public Administration
B.Sc. in International Relations
B.Sc. in Psychology
B.Sc. in Sociology
B.Sc. in Criminology and Security Studies
B.Sc. in Mass Communication
B.Sc. in Hospitality and Tourism Studies
B.Sc. in Economics
B.Sc. in Industrial Relations & Personnel Management
Pre-Degree Admission Requirements

To be considered for this programme, candidates must possess credit-level passes in five relevant subjects at the SSCE/GCE/O’ Level/NECO/NABTEB examinations, including Mathematics and English Language, and these should have been achieved in no more than two sittings. Additional specific requirements for each department are outlined in the Dennis Osadebay University UTME Brochure.
Essential Steps to Apply

Application for the DOU Pre-Degree programme involves several straightforward steps:Visit DOU Official Website
Click on ‘Admission Menu’ and choose Pre-Degree to initiate your application.
Complete the application form diligently.
Make a payment of N16,000 using your debit card and print the payment receipt.
Print your completed online application form.
Upload copies of your academic credentials.
Submit all required documents to the Admissions Office of the University.

Closing Date: The application deadline has not been specified, so act promptly to secure your academic future.

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