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Admission into School of Nursing Ekiti on sale

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Admission into School of Nursing Ekiti on sale

Unread post by Queenet » Tue Feb 04, 2014 12:54 pm

This is to inform the general public that admissions forms into the school of nursing Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital, Ado Ekiti for 2014/2015 academic session are now available for sale on-line.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Candidates must possess a minimum of five credits in WAEC/SSCE/ NECO to include english language, maths, biology, chemistry and physics at not more than two sittings. candidates must attain a minimum age of 17years in year 2014

METHOD OF APPLICATION:
- Go to any commercial bank eg. Enterprise bank plc to pay and obtain PIN NUMBERS VENDED from e-tranzact.
- With the PIN number, visit www.eksuthsonadoekiti.org to fill the online admission application form.
- candidates should print a photo card from the website on successful completion of the online admission application.
- Candidates should submit the photocopies of their photo cards and credentials to the school principal through post office (the principal, school of nursing, EKSUTH, PMB 5404, Ado ekiti)

APPLICATION FEE: The application form is seven thousand five hundered naira only payable at any bank in nigeria.
CLOSING DATE: Friday 18th July 2014
DATE OF EXAMINATION: 19th July 2014 by 9am
VENUE: At centers as designated online
FURTHER ENQUIRIES: Principal, school of nursing 07065583111, 08167117825
NOTE: No payment to any individual/ agent or personal bank account. pay directly to any commercial bank and obtain your etranzact PIN and thereafter, complete your application online

Signed: Dr Kolawole Ogundipe, Chief Medical Director


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