University Of Uyo: How To Register Courses On The Portal And Pay Tuition Fees



Situated along the Ikpa road axis of Uyo metropolis is the University of Uyo. Formerly called the University of Cross River State (UNICROSS) which was setup in 1983, the institute of higher learning was commissioned on 1st October, 1991 by the National Universities Commission to operate as a federal university thereby was its name changed to University of Uyo.

 

The School Operates 3 Campuses

Main Campus (Permanent Site), Nwaniba

Town Campus, Uyo

The Annex, Uyo

Ime Umana Campus, Ediene Abak

Tuition fee in the university of Uyo is free but students pay other smaller levies and fees that add up to about a paltry N70,000 for new students into the institution and N60,000 for existing students of the higher institution.

 

 

Admission Requirements

Admission into the University of Uyo requires the following minimum entry requirements: Credit pass in 5 subjects including Mathematics and English Languages at not more than two sittings in either SSCE/NABTEB/NECO/GCE-O/L. Direct entry candidates into the University of Uyo must be qualified with either a Professional qualification, NCE, OND, HND, University Diploma, IJMB, GCE A Level etc., candidates with these qualification on admission will continue directly from 200 level. Prospective candidates who are awaiting result can apply as long as evidence of their results will be made available before classes resume in full.

 

How To Register Courses

Registering for courses in UNIUYO is not stressful as it is done solely via the school’s website http://uniuyo.edu.ng/, after choosing and registering for course payments are carried out also via the website.

 

Procedure For Registering Courses

There are two main procedures in registering for courses on the UNIUYO website:

i. Via the Login page on the website’s homepage

  1. Choose the Faculty where the course is taught.
  2. Choose the Department that teaches the course.
  3. Choose the level that the course belongs.
  4. Choose the course from an outlined list of courses created specifically for the selections in 1,2 and 3 above.
  5. Choose the course category. Click to choose whether the course is Required, Compulsory or Elective.
  6. Click on the Add Course button to promptly include chosen courses to list of registered courses.
  7. Repeat the methods stated in 1 through 6 to add more courses.

 

ii. Via the e-portal page on the school’s website http://uniuyo.edu.ng/eportals/

  1. click under the Student’s Menu
  2. Click the Application Form tab
  3. Fill in:

Remita Retrival Reference (RRR)

Department

Choose Program Type

Choose Faculty

Choose Courses of Study

Choose Year of Study

Choose current CGPA

Click submit form:

 

  1. On completion of the first part by clicking to submit form, students are taken to the payment page:

 

UNIUYO E-Payment Solutions



The University of Uyo website boasts of being one of the best convenient online student portals in the country. The school’s e-portal which has a cross-section of payment options for students to choose from when making their payments. All payments are carried out via http://uniuyo.edu.ng/eportals/ and for full access to each of the various payment solutions on the school’s e-portal a student’s registration number is required along with an access code to gain full entry.

 

READ ALSO- University Of Manchester: How To Enroll And All The Information You Need

 

Courses Offered by University of Uyo

Accounting
Actuarial Science
Agric-Econs and Extension
Agricultural Economics/Extension
Agricultural Education
Agricultural Engineering
Agriculture
Agronomy
Analytical Chemistry
Anatomy
Animal Science
Applied Chemistry
Architecture
Banking and Finance
Biochemistry
Biology
Biology Education
Botany
Brewing Science & Technology
Building
Building Technology
Business Administration
Business Education
Business Management
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Chemistry Education
Civil Engineering
Civil Law
Communication Arts
Computer Education
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Crop Science
Curriculum Studies
Drama/Dramatic/Performing/Theatre Arts
Early Childhood Education
Economics
Economics Education
Education and Chemistry
Education and French
Education and History
Education and Integrated Science
Education and Mathematics
Education and Physics
Education and Political Science
Education and Social Science
Education and Social Studies
Education Arts
Education Fine Art
Educational Management
Educational Technology
Efik-Ibibio
Electrical/Electronic Engineering
English Language
Estate Management
Fine Art
Fisheries and Aquaculture
Food Engineering
Food Science and Technology
Forestry and Wildlife
French
Geographic Information System
Geography
Geography and Regional Planning
Guidance and Counselling
Guidiance and Counselling
Health Education
History
History and international Studies
Home Economics
Industrial Arts
Insurance
Integrated Science
International Law and Jurisprudence
International Relations
International Studies and Diplomacy
Law
Library and Information Science
Library Science
Library Studies
Linguistics
Local Government & Rural development
Mass Communication
Mathematics
Mathematics Education
Mechanical Engineering
Medicine and Surgery
Microbiology
Music
Personnel Management
Petroleum Engineering
Pharmacology
Pharmacy
Philosophy
Physical Education
Physics
Physics
Physiology
Political Science and Public Administration
Pre-Primary and Primary Education
Psychology
Public Administration
Public Administration
Public Finance
Pure Chemistry
Quantity Surveying
Religious Studies
Religious Studies
Science Education
Sociology
Sociology and Anthropology
Sociology and Anthropology
Soil Science
Soil Science
Statistics
Surveying and Geoinformatics
Technical Education
Technical Education
Theatre Arts
Urban and Regional Planning
Vocational and Technical Education
Wetland, Environmental & Conservation
Zoology

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *