Kings University Post-UTME/DE Screening Form 2020/2021

The management of Kings University has announced Post-UTME registration for 2020/2021 session.

Admission Requirements:  Prospective candidate must have not less than five passes at credit level in SSCE, GCE, or NECO including English and Mathematics in not more than two sittings. The University will insist on possession of credit passes in English Language and Mathematics for all categories of students seeking admission to the University.

Moreover, each candidate is expected to have an acceptable score in the UTME. The University will also conduct post-UTME screening to ensure that only the best students are admitted as well as to maintain high educational standards.

Candidates with GCE ‘A’ level with acceptable score in relevant subjects plus credit pass in ‘O’ Level English and Mathematics may be considered for a direct entry into the University.


•Kindly log on to the University Portal via
• Click on the “Fresh Applicants” Signup Link
• Select Mode of Entry e.g UTME, DE or Transfer
• Select Choice
•Enter UTME/DE REG Number in the box provided


Application forms can only be obtained and completed online from the University Portal at or

The application fee of two thousand Naira (N 2,000.00) plus Five hundred Naira (N500.00) Transaction Charges (Banks and WebPay Interswitch platform) is to be paid online through the Kings University WebPAY platform. All candidates seeking admission into Tertiary Institutions and who have satisfied criteria for their degree programmes of choice as advertised and met JAMB minimum requirement are eligible.

Please ensure you complete your information correctly in the subsequent forms presented and submit as appropriate. You will be required to upload a passport photograph image of yourself which should not be more than 50 Kb in file size and the Width and Height is between 150 and 250 Pixels.

Candidates should come to the screening venue, Kings University, Odeomu with two copies of the completed form on date and time indicated on their forms.