NMU Admission List on JAMB CAPS 2023/2024 – The Nigeria Maritime University (NMU) has released the admission list for the 2023/2024 academic session. This announcement comes after the university conducted admission screening exercises earlier this year.NMU Admission List
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In a statement on Wednesday, NMU notified all candidates who participated in the admission screening exercise that they can now proceed to check if their names are on the provisional admission list. The list contains the names of successful candidates offered provisional admission into the university for the next academic year.
According to the instructions provided by the university, candidates can check their admission status by visiting the JAMB CAPS portal at https://www.jamb.gov.ng/Efacility. They are required to login with their registered email address and password to access their dashboard. After logging in, candidates should click on ‘Check Admission Status’ and then ‘Access my CAPS.’ Finally, clicking on ‘Admission Status’ will display whether the candidate has been offered admission.
The university advised that candidates who receive an admission offer should proceed to click “ACCEPT” or “REJECT” on the portal to indicate acceptance or rejection of the offer. Candidates whose status displays “Admission Still in Progress” or “Not Admitted” are encouraged to continue monitoring the portal, as the status may change at any time.
NMU conducted its screening exercise earlier this year to select qualified candidates for admission into its various undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs for the 2023/2024 academic calendar. The university reserves the right to withdraw any admission offered to a candidate who fails to meet the admission requirements upon further review.
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