Latest information on our educational publishing news desk today, is that the Ambrose Alli University, AAU Ekpoma, is seeking application from interested and qualified persons for admission into the following accredited Part-Time degree programmes which have been approved by the National Universities Commission (NUC).
1. B.Sc. Accounting
2. B.Sc. Banking and Finance
3. B.Sc. Business Administration
4. B.Sc. Computer Science
5. B.Sc. Economics
6. B.A. English
7. B.Sc. Public Administration
How to Apply for Admission into AAU Ekpoma Part Time Application
We would also love to inform and notify candidates, that they are all required to visit the school official portal at https://aaue.waeup.org/applicants for application instructions before the purchase of the Part-Time Degree Programmes e-Tranzact PIN, which costs a total sum of N16,250.00 (Sixteen thousand, two hundred and fifty Naira).
The Part-Time Degree Programmes e-Tranzact PIN can be purchased from any of the under listed Banks Nationwide.
Guaranty Trust Bank, Plc
Zenith Bank, Plc
Eco Bank Nigeria, Plc
Fidelity Bank, Plc
Keystone Bank, Plc
Union Bank of Nigeria, Plc
Access Bank Nigeria, Plc
First Bank of Nigeria, Plc
First City Monument Bank, Plc
United Bank of Africa, Plc
Instruction to Follow After Purchasing the E-tranzact Pin
After you must have successfully purchased the eTranzact PIN, all candidates are required to visit the AAU Ekpoma‘s official website @ https://aaue.waeup.org/applicants to complete and submit the Part-Time Degree Programmes online application form.
Please make sure that you follow the application instructions on the school e-Portal for guidance, because the school will not be entertain any form which is not properly filled with the correct information.
All Applications should be done starting from Friday, 10th January to Friday, 28th of February, 2014.
All applying candidates are ALL expected to write an Aptitude Test, however the date has not yet been announced before they can be considered for admission.
This information is signed by:
F.A. Ojo-Maliki,MNIM, MANUPA