TASUED announces supplementary Post-UTME, 2023/2024

TASUED announces supplementary post-UTME, 2023/2024: The Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) has announced an additional post-UTME screening exercise for the 2023/2024 academic session. This supplementary screening is aimed at applicants who participated in the recent UTME conducted by JAMB but could not take part in the initial post-UTME organized by the university.School News Portal

Additional Post-UTME Screening at Tai Solarin University of Education for the 2023-2024 Academic Year. IJAGUN, OGUN STATE – Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) has announced it will be conducting a supplementary post-UTME screening exercise for the 2023-2024 academic session. This is to accommodate candidates who participated in the recent UTME administered by JAMB but were unable to take part in TASUED’s initial post-UTME exercise.

TASUED announces supplementary Post-UTME, 2023/2024
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The screening will take place at the university’s campus in Ijagun, Ogun State and is open to all UTME applicants who had listed TASUED as their first choice institution in JAMB. Interested candidates are advised to register and get more details about the screening process from the university’s website or admissions office.

According to the university, the supplemental Post-UTME will comprise an oral interview and a written aptitude test. The goal is to provide equal opportunity to all qualified admission seekers into TASUED degree programs for the forthcoming academic year beginning 2023. The university welcomes all affected prospective students to take advantage of this chance to actualize their dreams of studying at the institution.TASUED announces supplementary

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Earlier, the university had declared the commencement of a second application window for the 2023-2024 Post-UTME screening. This was to accommodate students transferring to the university who could not participate in the initial screening.

The supplementary post-UTME screening test is scheduled for Saturday, October 14, 2023, with registration closing on October 13, 2023. All concerned candidates are expected to take part in the exercise.

Candidates have been strongly advised to arrive at the screening venue early. Meanwhile, parents and guardians can wait at the University Auditorium for convenience during the exercise. Parents, staff and students are to keep off the examination area throughout the screening duration.

TASUED is renowned as one of the leading specialized universities in Nigeria with a focus on training quality teachers and educationists. The university has continued to sustain its culture of excellence in learning, research and community service.

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The supplementary screening aims to extend equal opportunity to deserving candidates who meet the admission requirements. TASUED remains committed to maintaining high standards and ethics in its admission process.

The university wishes to notify the public that this supplementary registration and screening does not in any way affect the already concluded process or list of successful candidates earlier published. All concerned applicants are enjoined to visit the school’s website regularly for updates.


The supplementary post-UTME screening by TASUED demonstrates the university’s commitment to providing equal opportunities to deserving candidates seeking admission. While the initial process stands, the additional screening opens another window for impacted applicants who missed the first exercise due to circumstances beyond their control.

As TASUED prepares for a new academic year, transparency, equity and merit remain guiding principles for its admission process. The university has built a reputation as a specialized citadel of learning for teachers and educationists over the years. With qualified hands and best practices, TASUED continues to churn out quality graduates to contribute to national development through education. The supplementary post-UTME is another step to consolidate these ideals and sustain its culture of excellence.

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