APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
Applications are made on prescribed forms for the various programmes in the College. Application for NCE Programme is made on JAMB Polytechnics and Colleges of Education Matriculation Form (MPCE). Call for the application is done through JAMB. And candidates are expected to sit for the selection examination on a specified date announced by JAMB. Successful Candidates are communicated on their success and admission.
The Pre-NCE and Remedial Programmes have a separate application form. This is sold in the College at a fixed fee prescribed by the Academic Board. Candidates are expected to buy, fill and submit the completed Form to the pre-NCE and Remedial Office of the College. Names of successful candidates are usually placed on the College notice board.
Application for the Part-time programme is also made on a prescribed application form at a fee decided by the Academic Board. Completed forms are sent to the Part-time Programme secretariat. A list of successful candidates is placed on the College notice board.
Candidates who are admitted into the NCE Regular will be required to pay for JAMB Regularization and their Admission would be regularized by JAMB.
NIGERIA CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (NCE)
NCE BY CORRESPONDENCE (NCE CC)
To be admitted into the NCE by Correspondence programme, a candidate must have any of the following:
The Degree Programme began in the College in 1982 with the first set of students graduating in 1984. At that time, the course duration was two years. Since then there have been several changes in both the admission requirements and duration.
NCE certificate with credit/merit in the relevant subject area of study and Education.
In addition, a credit in Mathematics and at least a pass at O’ Level are required for Science Courses, while Arts courses require a credit in English at O’ Level (For details on Admission Requirements for the Undergraduate Programme, see relevant appendix).
DEFERMENT OF ADMISSION:
Admission is not deferrable. However, after completion of registration in the College, a newly registered student may defer a semester or course(s) by a written application to the Academic Secretary through the concerned Heads of Departments. Such Deferment is valid only through a written approval by the Academic Secretary.