Admission Requirements

Candidates seeking admission to pre-degree courses in Medicine at the College of Health
Sciences of the Igbinedion University must satisfy the general entry requirements of
Igbinedion University as well as special entry requirement for BNSc degree:
(A) Entry into 100 Level
The admission requirements are as follows:
1. Pass at the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board Examination plus
2. Igbinedion University Screening Examination/Interview plus
3. Pass at Credit level in five subjects: English language, Mathematics, Physics,
Chemistry and Biology at G.C.E. (Ordinary
level), West African School Certificate, (or Equivalent examinations) at not more than
two sittings from same examination
(B) Direct Entry into 200 Level
Candidates for direct entry to 200 Level in BNSC must:
a. Satisfy the matriculation requirements as stated for candidates seeking
admission into the degree course as stated above. PLUS
b. Passes at Advanced Level G.C.E. or H.S.C. in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
(or Zoology) at not more than two sittings OR
c. Registered Nurse /Midwifery Certificate and five credits at ordinary level
G.C.E. or SSCE which must include English Language, Mathematics and the
followings Physics, Chemistry and Biology at not more than two sittings from
same examination body.
d. Any post-basic nursing diploma is an added advantage.
i. Transfer from others faculties of this or other Universities:
After successfully completing a B.Sc degree course in Biological
Sciences/Basic or pure sciences in part or whole in this or any
other university, a candidate may be considered for admission into part II
of the B.N.Sc. degree of this University provided such
a candidate satisfies the appropriate admission requirements as prescribed
in (A 3) above
ii. A candidate form B.N.Sc. degree programme of other recognized
universities may be allowed to transfer into the programme after the
Faculty has been satisfied that the candidate has genuine reason for
applying for transfer and has met all the criteria for transfer into the
programme. However, such transfer student shall be admitted at a level to
be determined by the faculty but not higher than 300 level