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BASU 3rd Batch Admission List Released for 2023/2024 Session | How to Check


Bauchi State University (BASU) has released the Admission List for 2023/2024 academic session.

We are pleased to announce the release of the third batch of shortlisted candidates for admission into undergraduate programmes, for the 2023/2024 Session. Shortlisted candidates are to note that physical screening (including those of 1st and 2nd batch) continues from Monday 29th January to Friday the 2nd February 2024 at the respective Faculties of the programmes domicile. Visit our website HERE TO VIEW THE LISTS

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The list of admitted candidates has been published online.

Candidates are advised to proceed to check if they have been offered admission.


All shortlisted candidates should come along with the following at the point of physical screening.

Candidates are to come along with originals & photocopies of the following credentials at the point of physical screening.

  • Computer printout of O’ Level Result
  • 2. JAMB Result
  • 3. Online Screening Form
  • 4. Two (2) Passport-size photographs
  • 5. Scratch Card for verification of O’ Level result.

Candidates must ensure that they upload their O’ Level on the JAMB Portal at any JAMB accredited centre before coming.

Two (2) to three (3) days after a successful screening, and upon successful upload of O’ Level results and /or change of course where necessary , candidates should check JAMB Portal to accept and print their JAMB Admission Letters.

Only candidates who accepted their admission at JAMB will be able to access BASUG admission in our portal

Please also note that.

Candidates shortlisted in our 1st or 2nd batch of admission that are yet to be screened may wish to join this batch for the screening.

Those given courses different from the ones they applied for should do a change of course via JAMB portal.

Candidates that were successfully screened but are yet to receive and accept their admissions may wish to know that there may be failure in uploading their admissions due to their inability to properly upload their O’ Level and/or change courses to the ones offered and accepted during the screening. Those candidates are therefore advised to visit any JAMB centers and verify their O’ Level upload and/or the change of courses where necessary.



A. G. Hassan, PhD, FCIA, MNIM



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