Adeleke University Post UTME / DE Form 2023/2024

Adeleke University Post UTME / DE Form 2023/2024


  • Adeleke University announces the commencement of its 2023/2024 academic session degree programmes admission exercise. Suitably qualified candidates can apply for diverse courses across multiple faculties. The university offers a serene learning environment, qualified staff, and excellent facilities. The admission requirements, application process, and contact details for inquiries have been detailed. 

How to Apply

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply through the link provided below:


Note: Applicants of Law, Nursing and Medical Laboratory Science programmes in the 2023/2024 admission session will be required to write a Post UTME examination as part of the admission process.

For further information, kindly contact our Admissions Office via the numbers 08068202021, 08060019561, 09067023394, 09063370367, or email us at

Available Courses

For the upcoming academic session, we offer a wide range of courses across various faculties.

Faculty of Arts: English Studies, History & International Studies, Religious Studies.

Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences: Anatomy, Nursing, Public Health, Physiology.

Faculty of Business & Social Sciences: Accounting, Economics, Business Administration, Library Information Science, Mass Communication, Political Science, Public Administration.

Faculty of Engineering: Agricultural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronic & Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering.

Faculty of Law: Law

Faculty of Science: Physics, Microbiology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Computer Science, Biological Sciences, Mathematics.

Admission Requirements

The admission requirements for Adeleke University’s degree programme stipulate a minimum qualification of five credits in WASC/NECO/NABTEB Examinations or their equivalent, inclusive of English Language, Mathematics, and any three other relevant subjects. It is noteworthy that a credit in Mathematics is not a requirement for certain programmes. Candidates awaiting O Level results will be required to present an acceptable qualification upon resumption and before matriculation.

Furthermore, prospective students seeking UTME admission must have a requisite O’Level result and a current JAMB UTME registration. Direct entry candidates can either apply for a 3 years BSc. Degree Programme or a 2 years BSc. Degree Programme, with specific admission requirements stated for each category. There is also an opportunity for transfer admission with necessary initial admission documents and an official transcript from the present university.


















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