ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Direct entry admission is based on a combination of ‘O’ level results with the following qualifications:
1. While you're a student, you'll have the chance to get involved in the community, the world, and influence people's lives for the better. CRUTECH will help you shape a long-term vision for your life and discover how you can actually change the world.
2. CRUTECH is a place of Christian community. A wide range of worship opportunities, events and traditions, and clubs and organizations, build a close-knit, caring environment for learning.You'll find comfortable housing and accommodation, recreation and exercise centers, and student services and support focused on your individual needs.
3. CRUTECH is known for academic excellence. You will learn from professors who are known for their scholarship and who take a personal interest in students.You will enjoy small classes taught by full-time faculty members, not teaching assistants.You'll have the rare opportunity to participate in work study programmes in different parastatals in the State.
The minimum entry requirements for admission into Cross River University of Technology are O/L SSC/GCE/NECO Credit level passes in five (5) subjects, including English Language, Mathematics and one relevant Science subject selected from the following group (Biology, Health/General Science, Agricultural Science, Physics and Chemistry), obtained at not more than two sittings. Candidates are also to note that there are other requirements that may be specific to a Faculty and /or a Programme.
Candidates applying to Cross River University of Technology are expected to sit for the current JAMB Examinations and attain the prescribed cut-off marks in it. This is a statutory requirement for entry into Nigerian Universities.
However, Cross River University of Technology conducts screening exercise for all candidates seeking admission into the University and applicants may not be admitted without fulfilling the demands of the screening exercise.
A candidate can enter into our degree programme through either the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) or the Direct Entry (DE). The UTME candidates spend a minimum of four (4) years and a maximum of six (6) years on the programme. The DE candidates spend a minimum of three (3) years and a maximum of five (5) years on the programme.
B. ENTRY REQUIREMENT
In addition to the general entry requirements approved for admission into Nigerian universities, candidates must have passed the SSCE/GCE ordinary level or its equivalent with at least credit pass in five subjects to meet the requirements for admission.
1. UTME ADMISSIONS
Candidates for UTME admission must have;
i. An acceptable score in UTME
ii. Five credit passes at SSCE, NECO, GCE O’ Level or equivalent and this should include English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.
2. DIRECT ENTRY ADMISSIONS
In addition to possessing 5 credit passes for UTME as stated above, candidates for direct entry admission must have;
i. Passes in Biology and Chemistry at GCE A ‘Level, IJMB or equivalent.
ii. Passes at credit level in ND Science Laboratory Technology. (SLT)
To qualify for Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree award in Biological Sciences (Biology or Microbiology Option), a student is expected to pass a minimum of 141 credit units with a minimum CGPA of 1.50.
The Department offers a five years programme for the Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng) Honors Degree in Engineering. The admission requirement for UME candidates into the course is a minimum of five (5) ordinary level credit pass in West Africa Senior Secondary School Certificate (WASSSC), General Certificate of Education (GCE) or the Nigerian Examination Council Ordinary level (NECO) in not more than two sitting. The credits passes must include English language, mathematic, physics and chemistry. A pass in JAME-UME that meets the departmental cut off mark determined by the university and post-UME screening test required:
DIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS.
a. G.C.E or HSC (‘A’ level two papers in physics, mathematics or chemistry)
b. OND (Upper credit)
c. HND (Upper credit)
Candidates with qualification as (a) and (b) above may be admitted into 200 level and those with the qualifications as in (c) may be admitted into 300 level. All must meet the basic minimum requirement of 5 ‘O’ level credit passes in relevant subject as specified in (i) above.
Direct entry admission is based on a combination of ‘O’ level results with the following qualifications: