LAUTECH Post UTME Form 2022/2023



Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, LAUTECH Post UTME Screening Form for 2022/2023 Academic Session

This is to inform the public that the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, LAUTECH Post UTME Screening Form for the 2022/2023 Academic Session is now out, check details below.



This is to advise the general public, particularly those who applied for the university post-UTME as well as those who want to register for the exercise, that the previously advertised physical appearance of candidates for the post-UTME has been canceled.

Candidates are thus notified that the UTME admission screening process will henceforth be conducted electronically. Candidates’ UTME and O’Level results will be reviewed and used for scoring when the post-UTME registration application period closes.

However, candidates who participated in the LAUTECH pre-degree and JUPEB programs are exempted from this directive. Direct Entry (DE) candidates are also to note that their oral interview will hold as earlier scheduled for December 12 and 13, 2022.

Results of the electronic screening will be made available immediately after the close of registration on Thursday, November 3, 2022, on candidates’ application portals for their information and downloading.

SEE ALSO: LAUTECH Direct Entry Screening Form.

LAUTECH Post UTME Screening Eligibility

  • For a candidate to be eligible for the exercise, he or she must have scored 170 marks and above in the 2022/2023 UTME [RECOMMENDED: LAUTECH Departmental Cut-Off Marks].
  • LAUTECH will admit only applicants who passed at credit level in at least five (5) relevant subjects at not more than two (2) sittings in SSCE/NECO/NABTEB for UTME.  The university accepts a minimum of Upper Credit for National Diploma candidates, NCE, HND, RNS and JUPEB for Direct Entry candidates with five (5) credit passes in SSCE/NECO/NABTEB in relevant subjects.
  • However, applicants to any of the following programmes are expected to have passed at credit level in five (5) relevant O’level subjects at one sitting to be qualified for admission: Medicine, Nursing, Medical Laboratory Science, Biochemistry, Physiology and Anatomy.
  • Applicants should be at least sixteen (16) years of age to qualify for admission to any programme in the university.
  • Applicants are also advised to carefully study the university brochure as provided on the university admissions portal page to guide them in the completion of their application forms.

How to Apply for LAUTECH Post UTME Form

The application forms will be available online for completion and submission from Monday, September 19 to Wednesday, November 30, 2022.


Applicants are to proceed to the admission website of the University to make a payment of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000.00) only for the purpose of online registration for the screening exercise using an Inter-Switch Enabled Debit Card (ATM) as well as familiarize themselves with the available programmes in the University and the entry requirements for O’Level, A’Level and UTME subject combination for each of the programmes so indicated.

Applicants are expected to carefully complete and submit the online application forms having uploaded a clear digital copy of their passport photographs on a white background which must be in JPEG and must not be more than 20kb.

Any applicant with a blurred picture on the acknowledgement page will not be admitted into the screening centre as the photograph will be used as a means of identification. The COLOUR PRINT OUT acknowledgement page should be presented by all candidates at the screening venue before admittance to participate in the exercise. Candidates should note that satisfaction with this requirement is mandatory. For ease of communication, applicants are to provide valid and active e-mail addresses and phone numbers.

Applicants who are awaiting results of NABTEB, NECO, and WASC are also eligible to apply. However, the results when released must be uploaded on JAMB CAPS two (2) weeks after the release of such results. Results uploaded after the prescribed timeline may not be accepted. Also, inconsistency in names on any results 2 and state of origin shall not be acceptable to the University and may lead to disqualification. Candidates’ names on their O’Level results, other registration documents, as well as state of origin must be the same.

Any applicant who fails to present himself/herself for the CBT and oral interview for UTME and Direct Entry candidates respectively as scheduled will automatically forfeit being considered for admission. The use of cell phones and any unauthorized devices are not allowed in the post-UTME CBT halls.

Candidates who provide false information to secure admission to any of the University programmes and upon discovery at any point in time will be handed over to law enforcement agencies for prosecution and the admission of such candidates shall be withdrawn.

Candidates are also advised to BEWARE OF FRAUDSTERS as the University will not be liable for any transaction with any unauthorized person(s). All enquiries on admission matters should be sent to or


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