IMSU admission list 2021/2022 is out: IMSU’s management has announced the merit 1st and 2nd batch lists of candidates offered provisional admission into its various DEGREE programs for the 2020/2021 academic session.
Candidates who took part in the Imo State University (IMSU) post-UTME screening session for the 2020/2021 academic year can now check their admission status. The names of successful candidates awarded provisional admission into the university’s various programs are listed on the IMSU merit Admission List.
How to Check IMSU Admission List
- First, you must visit the IMSU admission portal at Ihttps://imsuportal.imsu.edu.ng/app /admissions/
- Choose your program type (Jamb Post Utme Screening or Direct Entry Post Utme)
- Select your search pattern either by Jamb Registration Number or any of your names used during registration
- Finally, locate the Check admission status and click on it to know your IMSU admission status
Candidates whose names appear on the list are required to attend a physical screening exercise with all required credentials. All admitted candidates are urged to upload their 0′ level SSCE results through their individual profile account with any JAMB registration center as soon as possible before the Physical Screening date.
All IMSU admitted Candidates must come with the Following For Physical Screening,
- Online screening slip
- Physical screening invitation letter
- Birth Certificate or Declaration of Age
- O’level Results of not more than 2 sittings
- Scratch card PIN for (WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, GRADE II) or Original Certificates
- Indigene Letters
- As well as NCE/NDE/IJMB for Direct Entry Candidates.
What the Next Thing To Do After The Imsu Admission List
Here are the next necessary actions that you must take after seeing your name on the IMSU admission list 2021/2022. Candidates who have been offered admission should go to the JAMB CAPS portal to ACCEPT or REJECT the offer – How to Reject/Accept Your Admission on JAMB CAPS.
You haven’t seen your name on the admission list? Keep an eye on the above-mentioned link. Those who have not yet uploaded their O’level results to the JAMB website (CAPS) should do so as soon as possible since failure to do so could jeopardize their admission.