TASCE NCE Foundation Admission Form 2023/2024




TASCE NCE Foundation Admission Form 2023/2024


Tai Solarin College Of Education (TASCE) invites applications for the NCE Foundation Programme for 2023/2024. Eligible candidates are those with a JAMB pass but deficient O’ Level results. The application process involves an online payment of #5,000, filling out the form, and printing essential documents. Ensure you meet all qualifications.




Eager to be part of the respected Tai Solarin College Of Education (TASCE)? Here’s an exciting opportunity! TASCE is now accepting applications for its NCE Foundation Programmes for the 2023/2024 academic session.
🏫 Institution Tai Solarin College Of Education (TASCE)
πŸ“’ Announcement NCE Foundation Admission 2023/2024
πŸŽ“ Eligibility Passed JAMB, deficiencies in O’ Level; remediate deficiencies for 200 Level NCE transition
πŸ“œ Entry Qualifications JAMB score > 100; Various qualifications including SSCE, RSA, NABTEB, etc.
πŸ“Œ Application Link my.tasce.edu.ng/admission
πŸ’° Application Fee Five thousand naira only (#5,000) with Master card or VISA
πŸ“§ Email Activation Activation link sent to provided email; Check spam if not in inbox
πŸ–¨️ Printouts Print Application form, Screening Slip; Ensure data accuracy





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Are You the Perfect Candidate?
NCE Foundation Programme Eligibility

If you’ve given the JAMB a shot and hit or surpassed the approved minimum score but have a few hiccups in your O’ Level results, TASCE’s NCE Foundation might just be the fix for you. Once you’ve set right any deficiencies and tackled the requisite 100-level courses in the Foundation class, you’re on track to leapfrog into the 200 Level of the Full-time NCE programmes.
Must-Have QualificationsScored 100 or more in JAMB
Hold an SSCE/NECO/GCE with at least 3 credits and 2 passes in a maximum of two sittings, with two of those credit passes linked to your study focus.
Keen on Vocational and Technical Education? RSA, City and Guilds Intermediate Certificate, or the Federal Craft Training Certificate (FCTC) will do, as long as you’ve clinched credit/merit passes in a minimum of five subjects.
If you’ve got a NABTEB Certificate glittering with five (5) credit passes in the right subjects, that’s a green light!
Got a Senior Arabic and Islamic Studies Certificate or even a Higher Arabic and Islamic Studies Certificate? Three credit/merit passes, including English, should do the trick.

Special Mention: Before progressing to NCE II, candidates must commit to fixing any academic shortfalls.
How To Get On Board

Dive into the application journey by following this simple guide:



Kick-off: Visit TASCE’s official portal to begin. You’ll need to part with a portal access fee of five thousand naira (#5,000). Good news? You can easily pay with a Mastercard or VISA ATM card. Remember to print that receipt!
Getting Started: Hop on the “Click Here to Apply” button. Provide accurate details, especially a functional email since an activation link will drop there. If you’ve been here before and activated your account, simply log in here.
Activate: Peek into your email (even the spam folder). Spot the activation link? Click it! This ensures your email’s legitimacy.
Make that Payment: Once back on the Admission Portal, select ‘Pay Application Fee’. Use your ATM card for a seamless payment.
Receipts & Status: If your payment gets a thumbs up, proceed to ‘Payment History’ to print your receipt. Payment troubles? Use the ‘Check Status’ to get updates.
Application Form: It’s time to spill the beans – your details, that is. Complete the form, upload your documents (keep it to PDF) and a recent passport photo.
Finalise: Double-check your details. Once you’re happy, click ‘Submit’. Note: Post-submission edits are a no-go. After this, print your application form and keep an eye out for your screening slip, which will reveal your screening date.

Best of luck to all prospective students! TASCE awaits your brilliance.πŸŒŸπŸ“š

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