Ambrose Alli University, AAU Ekpoma admission list for 2020/2021 academic session is out. Candidates that participated in the last post UTME (aptitude test) screening conducted by the school can now check their admission status.
Read this article to see how to check your admission status on AAU portal. Newly admitted candidates must login to their jamb profile to accept or reject admission offer.
Apply Here: AAU Post UTME Form
Direct Entry Candidates should also follow the guidelines on this post to check their admission status. Kindly be informed that admission will be given to all candidates that meet AAU admission requirements.
- Jamb UTME Change Of Course & Institution / Correction Of Data
- How To Check JAMB UTME Admission Status For All Schools
The admission list contains names of successful applicants. However, it will be released in different batch. Such as AAU 1st batch, 2nd batch, 3rd batch, 4th batch & 5th batch. Also, Supplementary admission and VC list will be released. You are eligible for Supplementary admission if you purchased the form.
How To Check AAU Admission List for 2020/2021 Academic Session
To know your admission status, kindly go to AAU admission status checker portal at https://aaue.waeup.org/applicants/checkstatus. Then you will be able to check your admission status by entering your Jamb registration number and names in the space provided. Kindly click on “submit” once you enter your details correctly.
Congratulations to all Candidates who made it to AAU Ekpoma admission list for 2020/2021 academic session. The next thing is to visit Jamb Caps portal to accept your admission offer.
After that, print your admission letter from Jamb, pay acceptance fee plus other school fees by visiting AAU admission portal. Finally, start your year 1 registration and admission clearance for fresher.
Read Also: AAU School Fees
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