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NSUK Post-UTME/DE Screening form for 2023/2024 session

Are you aspiring to join the prestigious Nasarawa State University (NSUK)? The 2023/2024 Post-UTME screening for the Faculty of Engineering and College of Medicine and Health Sciences, as well as other faculties, is just around the corner. This blog post serves as your go-to guide for the eligibility criteria, application process, and important dates.

Key Information:

1. Eligibility Criteria: To participate in the screening exercise, candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Have participated in the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) or applied through Direct Entry (DE) mode.
  • Scored a minimum of 160 marks in the 2023 UTME.
  • Possess a minimum of Lower Credit in National Diploma (ND), Nasarawa State University Diploma, Merit in Nigeria Certificate of Education (NCE), or Eight (9) Points in IJMB for Direct Entry.
  • Possess at least five “O” level credit passes, including English and Mathematics, at not more than two (2) sittings in relevant subjects.
  • Choose Nasarawa State University as the First Choice in the 2023 UTME.

2. Screening Dates:

  • For the Faculty of Engineering and College of Medicine and Health Sciences: 8th to 18th August 2023.
  • For other faculties: 8th August to 30th September 2023.

3. Application Process: i. Visit the NSUK 2023 Post-UTME Screening Portal: http://www.ug.nsuk.edu.ng/application ii. Create an account and profile. iii. Fill in the application form, select 2023/2024 POST-UTME application, and provide necessary details. iv. Login with your created account and select a payment option for the screening fee. v. Fill in personal and contact details. vi. Upload a passport photograph, A’level qualification (for DE applicants only), and SSCE details for both UTME and DE. vii. Fill in the scratch card purchased. viii. Complete the application and print out the application summary and payment invoice.

4. Upload of “O” Level and “A” Level Results on JAMB Profile:

  • UTME and DE candidates must visit JAMB accredited CBT centres to upload their “O” Level / “A” Level results on their JAMB profile.

5. Non-Acceptance of Admission on CAPS After (4) Weeks:

  • Candidates are advised to monitor their admission status on their JAMB profile. Failure to accept admission within four (4) weeks will result in the deletion of the admission offer.

6. Mandatory Nature of Post-UTME Screening:

  • Candidates should note that participating in the POST-UTME screening is mandatory.


As you prepare for the NSUK 2023/2024 Post-UTME screening, ensure you meet the eligibility criteria, follow the application process diligently, and keep track of important dates. Remember, success in the screening is a crucial step towards securing admission to Nasarawa State University. Good luck on your academic journey!

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