Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti (FEDPOLYADO) Clearance Requirements for 2020/2021 Newly Admitted ND & HND Students [UPDATED]


Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti (FEDPOLYADO) clearance requirements for the 2020/2021 academic session newly admitted ND and HND students.

Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti New Students Clearance Requirements

This is to inform all the candidates offered provisional admission into the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti (FEDPOLYADO) ND and HND full-time programmes during the 2020/2021 academic session that the management of the institution has released the list of documents required for their clearance.


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Federal Poly Ado-Ekiti New Students Clearance Requirements for HND Candidates

  1. Online Application form
  2. Original copy of O’Level Certificate
  3. ND Statement of Result not later than January, 2020 for candidates with Distinction, Upper credit and Lower Credit respectively
  4. ND  Statement of Result not later than January, 2019 for candidates with Pass grade
  5. One (1) year 1. T. letter for candidates with grades of Distinction, Upper Credit and Lower Credit respectively.
  6. Two(2) years 1. T. letter for candidates with Pass grade
  7. Admission letter
  8. Two (2) recent passport photographs
  9. Ensure that transcript of Academic Records have been sent to this Institution (for candidates with ND from other Institutions)
  10. Six (6) photocopies each of all credentials above arranged in the set order
  11. Come with your nose mask(s) and be prepared to abide by given COVID-19 protocols

PLEASE ARRANGE THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS AND THE SIX (6) SETS OF PHOTOCOPIES IN THE ABOVE ORDER


Please note that after clearance, you will be required to immediately pay an Acceptance fee of #25,000:00 (excluding charges).

Be wary of fake groups and websites and get your authentic information from the school website www.fedpolyado.edu.ng or the Admissions office of the Institution. Also, be careful of unscrupulous individuals who may promise to help you with admission clearance processes.

Federal Pol Ado-Ekiti New Students Clearance Requirements for ND Candidates

  1. The Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti (EPA) Post UTME Screening result slip
  2. Online Application form
  3. Original copy of O’Level Certificate Statement of O’Level result (Signed Stamped)
  4. JAMB/UTME Score print-out
  5. Change of Institution Course to Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti as choice Institution (If applicable)
  6. Admission Status print-out (via JAMB CAPS Access my CAPS/Admission Status)
  7. JAMB Admission letter
  8. FPA Admission letter
  9. My Biodata printout (via JAMB CAPS)
  10. Scratch card for O’Level verification
  11. Two (2) recent passport photographs
  12. Six (6) photocopies each of all the above arranged in the set order
  13. Come with your nose mask(s) and be prepared to abide by given COVID-19 protocols

PLEASE ARRANGE THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS AND THE SIX (6) SETS OF PHOTOCOPIES IN THE ABOVE ORDER

Please note that after clearance, you will be required to immediately pay an acceptance fee of #25,000:00 (excluding charges). Be wary of fake groups and websites and get your authentic information from the school website www.fedpolyado.edu.ng or the Admissions office of the Institution, Also, be careful of unscrupulous individuals who may promise to help you with admission clearance processes.


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