UNIBEN Post UTME Screening Date 2023/2024 Academic Session


UNIBEN Post UTME Screening Date 2023: The University of Benin has achieved international and national recognition for its pioneering efforts in a variety of areas, such as being the first Nigerian university to offer degrees in Industrial Chemistry and developing indigenous software for Computer Based Testing.

The pursuit of academic excellence is what brings thousands of aspirants to the doors of universities every year. UNIBEN is no exception to the rule, and we are delighted to share you with the Post UTME/Admission Screening date for the academic year 2023 /2024. If you are an aspirant, it is essential that you understand the ins and outs of this process.

When is the UNIBEN Post UTME Exam Date for the 2023/2024 Academic Session

The University of Benin (UNIBEN), is organizing an admission screening exercise for the upcoming Academic Session, which will be held between 9th and 14th October, 2023, at designated centers within the University’s Campus. The Screening Exercise will be conducted in a computer-based format, with all candidates expected to be seated no later than one hour prior to the designated time for their screening.

When is the Closing Date For the UNIBEN Post UTME Form ?

The registration period for the University of Benin (UNIBEN) Post UTME will close on September 22, 2023, after which the portal will remain open until the closing date.

What is the Eligibility for the UNIBEN Post UTME Screening

The applicant must meet the following requirements:


  • This Screening Exercise is only open to candidates who have successfully applied through the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for the academic year 2022/2024 and have achieved a score of 200 or higher. It is important to note that candidates who are awaiting their results can advance to apply for screening.
  • A minimum of five (5) academic credit passes must be obtained from the following educational institutions: General Certificate of Education (GCE O/L), General Certificate of Secondary Education (SSCE), (NECO), or their equivalents. The courses must include English Language and Mathematics (for those courses that require a credit in mathematics). Additionally, three other subjects (four if not including mathematics) must be taken at a maximum of two sessions.


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