UNIABUJA Admission List for 2022/2023 |Merit & Supplementary List

If you are one of the lucky applicants that choose the University of Abuja, then we are pleased to bring this information on the UNIABUJA admission list 2022/2023 to you.

As such, if you have been searching for the University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) 2022/2023 admission list for UTME and Direct entry candidates, then you have arrived at the right page.

Is UNIABUJA Admission List for 2002 Out?

We’re glad to announce this good news to all the candidates, that the institution has released an important information concerning the release of the 2022 merit and supplementary list.

The merit and supplementary lists contains the names of all of the successful candidates that have been admitted into the university of Abuja for the 2022/2023 academic session.

Note: both the merit and supplementary lists contain the names of candidates that have been offered provisional admission into the university through UTME or direct entry into various undergraduate degree programs for the 2021/2022 academic session.

How to Check UNIABUJA Merit List on UNIABUJA JAMB CAPS Portal

Candidates are advised to check their University of Abuja admission status on JAMB CAPS following the steps below and accept the admission before going to confirm it on the school portal.

  • Visit UNIABUJA JAMB CAPS Status checking portal via http://portal.jamb.gov.ng/efacility/
  • On the login page, enter your JAMB email as your username
  • Likewise, enter your JAMB profile password in the second space
  • Click the “log in” button to access your JAMB e-facility portal
  • From the your dashboard, click ‘Check Admission Status”
  • Now, select your Exam year (2021)
  • Enter your JAMB registration number in the next column
  • Click on “Access my CAPS” to proceed
  • At this point, click on ‘Check Admission Status’ and your UNIABUJA admission status will be displayed

Error: if you are using phone to check and you see only a blank page that shows “WELCOME”, then kindly change your phone’s view to DESKTOP SITE and refresh the page.

If you see a message like “Congratulations, you have been Offered Admission” then make sure you accept the admission immediately and follow the next steps below to confirm your admission on UNIABUJA admission checking portal.

How to Check University of Abuja Admission List 2022 on UNIABUJA Portal

The University of Abuja merit list for UTME and Direct entry admissions can be checked on UNIABUJA portal following these steps:

Note: To be able to check your admission status, you will need your UNIABUJA Post UTME application number and password.

  • Now log on to UNIABUJA admission checking portal via https://portal.uniabuja.edu.ng/
  • Enter your Application Number in the first blank space as shown in the image below

Image showing how to check UNIABUJA Admission status online via UNIABUJA Admission checking portal

  • Alternatively, you can also use your JAMB Registration number.
  • Now, type in your password and click on “Login to Dashboard” to see your application/admission status

How to Check UNIABUJA 2nd, 3rd & 4th Supplementary List

The candidates that do not see their names on the merit list can alternatively wait for the supplementary lists. Below are the steps to check UNIABUJA 2nd, 3rd & 4th Supplementary list 2022:

1st method:

  • Visit http://portal.jamb.gov.ng/efacility/, enter your log in details and log in to your CAPS
  • If your admission status has change to congratulations!!, Then know that you have been admitted in the Supplementary list.

2nd Method:

  • Visit https://uniabuja.edu.ng/ and check for more released list. Or login to your UNIABUJA Post UTME application portal and check.
  • If you see your name in the newly released or updated list, then know that UNIABUJA has admitted.

If you have been admitted, do well to accept the admission, pay your acceptance and follow the instructed registration process to complete your registration and clearance to become a full-time student.

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