Undergraduate admission criteria
For admission into bachelor’s degree programs, students usually must have completed secondary school. There may also be course-content requirements or grade-point average minimums. As post-secondary schools have limited space, there is competition for admission. For most undergraduate schools, the greatest competition comes from high school students. In this case, the two most basic criteria are the successful completion of high school and competency in one of the two official languages (English in most of Canada, and either English or French within dual language provinces such as Quebec and New Brunswick).
• WAEC/NECO result (with at least Six credits including English and Mathematics) scratch card
• Completed application form
• Document of identification, (international Passport data page or birth certificate)
• SS1-SS3 Transcripts (optional)
• 2 recent passport sized photographs.