GSU Post UTME/Direct Entry Registration Open for 2023/2024 - Apply Now!




GSU Post UTME/Direct Entry Registration Open for 2023/2024 - Apply Now!


Are you navigating the Gombe State University admissions with an eye on the Post UTME/Direct Entry for the 2023/2024 academic session? The university's digital doors have swung open, inviting applications from Monday, 4th December 2023. But who's eligible, and what does the process involve for those who've placed GSU as their top-choice institution on JAMB's portal? It's time to explore the steps to secure your spot at GSU.




Gombe State University (GOMSU) has rolled out its Post UTME and Direct Entry screening exercise for the 2023/2024 academic session. Aspiring students who have chosen GSU as their first choice institution are hereby invited to partake in the online registration starting from Monday, 4th December 2023.
πŸ“… Registration Start Opens on 4th December 2023 for GSU Post UTME/DE.
🎯 Eligibility Minimum 150 UTME points; 200 for select programmes.
πŸ” Alternative Courses Options for candidates with scores less than 200.
🌐 Apply Online Registration through the official GSU portal.
πŸ’³ Fee Payment Non-refundable charge of NGN 2,000 for screening.
πŸ“ Form Submission Fill the form online to create a screening account.
πŸ“„ Documentation Generate and print PDF of details and exam card.
πŸ“† Screening Date Physical screening dates to be obtained from the portal.





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GSU Post UTME Screening Exercise: Who Is Eligible?
Are You Set to Join GSU? Check Your Eligibility

GSU has laid out clear criteria for those looking to enter its diverse degree programmes:For UTME Candidates:A minimum score of 150 points is required.
For coveted programmes like Medicine, Pharmacy, and Law, a minimum score of 200 points is necessary.
For Direct Entry Candidates:Applicants must have relevant qualifications such as NCE, IJMB, Advanced Level GCE, or Diplomas in their chosen field.
Adjusting Your Course Choices: Guidance for ApplicantsBelow the Threshold for MBBS and Pharmacy? If your score falls short of the 200-point mark, GSU advises a switch to courses such as:B.N.Sc Nursing
B.Sc Human Nutrition and Dietetics
B.Sc Public Health
B.Sc Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology
B.Sc Biotechnology
B.Sc Pharmacology
B.Sc Industrial Chemistry
Applied for Law but Didn’t Make the Cut? Candidates scoring under 200 in UTME are encouraged to consider alternative programmes like:B.LIS Library and Information Science
B.Ed Educational Management
B.Sc Banking and Finance
B.Sc International Relations
B.Sc Peace and Conflict Resolution
How to Register for GSU Post UTME

Ready to take the plunge into university life? Here’s what you need to do:Start Your Application: Visit the GSU portal to initiate your registration process.
Payment of Screening Fee: A non-refundable charge of NGN2,000 is required, payable through the portal.
Complete Your Registration: Fill out the online form to create your screening account and follow through with the registration steps.
Document Preparation: Generate a PDF file containing your registration details and your Post-UTME Test Exams Card. Ensure to print these documents, attach photocopies of all required credentials, and bring them along with the original copies on the day of physical screening.
Important Dates and Deadlines

The deadline for the Post UTME registration is yet to be specified. Applicants are urged to keep an eye on the portal for updates and to complete their registrations promptly.

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