Clearance procedure and requirements for IAUE 2020/2021 session

The 2020/2021 clearance exercise for the UTME and Direct-Entry candidates who gained admission will begin on Monday 22nd February 2021. To guarantee that incoming candidates comply fully with the Covid-19 precautionary measures, the University has decided to robotize the clearance process as much as possible. This will make sure that incoming candidates do not gather in clusters as social distance rule must be observed, do not get stressed-out unneccessarily during the process. Therefore, the clearance process will be distributed across a number of points and in dual mode (online/physical).

Requirements and Procedure:

  • Login to your JAMB Central Admission Processing System (CAPS), accept the admission offer and print your letter of admission and result slip (colored printout only). Please note that the letter of admision will be authenticated.
  • Pay Acceptance fee of N62, 000.00 via using the following methods: Pay-Direct, Mastercard or Verve (login to Payment receipt will be verified.
  • Update your bio-data and other fields with required information in the University portal.
  • Deadline for accepting your admission on JAMB CAPS and payment of acceptance fee for the candidates admitted on merit is on the 15th of March, 2021. Implication: Candidates who refuse accept their offer and pay the acceptance fee before the above-mentioned date will have their admission reversed.
  • Proceed to your Faculty Conference Hall with the documents listed below with effect from Monday, February 22nd, 2021 for verification and clearance. Clearance schedules for the Departments will be published online later.

  1. Acceptance Form. From IAUE Portal
  2. Departmental Eligibility Form. From IAUE Portal
  3. University Provisional Admission Letter. From IAUE Portal
  4. Admission Status. From IAUE Portal
  5. Acceptance Fee, Faculty/Departmental dues receipts. From IAUE Portal
  6. Original JAMB Result Slip. From JAMB Website
  7. Original JAMB Admission Letter. From JAMB Website
  8. Registration for Screening Payment receipt From IAUE Portal
  9. Letter of Attestation or Recommendation (addressed to the Registrar)
  10. Age Declaration/Birth Certificate.
  11. Local Government Identification Certificate.
  12. Functional Email Address and Phone Number.
  13. 4 File Jackets (Student Files) obtainable at the University Bookshop.
  14. 4 Passport Photographs.
  15. O’ Level Results (NECO, WASC)
  16. NCE, OND, NABTEB Results (for DIRECT ENTRY Candidates ONLY)
  17. Identity Card Clearance Form. From IAUE Portal
  18. Bio-Data Printout. From IAUE Port


  1. Candidates are expected to pay all fees online and advance to their Faculty Conference Hall for their physical and online clearance after acquiring all the documents needed for clearance as stated on page 2 of this document.
  2. After a candidate has been cleared by the Admissions unit, the portal will automatically generate a Clearance Approval Notice of the Admissions Office for the candidate.
  3. After a candidate has been cleared by the Faculty, the portal will also generate a Clearance Approval Notice for the candidate.
  4. After completing the clearance processes, it will be required of the candidate to print all Clearance Approval Notices (Admissions, and Faculty) and put the same in the candidate’s file jackets before finally submitting to the Faculty Officer.
  5. The candidate can now advance to online for payment of school fees.
  6. This registration for the 2020/2021 admitted candidates is then complete.


  1. Candidates who refuse to accept the admissiom offer can visit their profiles on JAMB CAPS and reject the admission.
  2. Candidates of the Faculty of Vocational and Technical Education will have their clearance done at the Rumuolumeni Campus, at the Department of Home Economics, thereafter, they can advance to the Ndele Campus for their academic activities.
  3. Most importantly, candidates must strictly comply to all the covid-19 protocols at the venues of the registration exercise and anywhere within the University premises.

Congratulations and Welcome to the Fastest Growing University in South-South Nigeria!

Thank you.


K. H. Kue-Ikoro (Mrs.)


Copy to: Vice Chancellor, Director (ICT), Deputy Registrar (Admissions), Public Relations Officer, File

Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) Entrepreneurship Programme 2021 for African Entrepreneurs

The Tony Elumelu Foundation, the number one African-funded and founded philanthropy in the business of empowering African entrepreneurs, is now accepting applications for the 2021 cohort of the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme.

The Programme worth $100 million and for 10-years they have been committed to identifying, training, mentoring, and funding over 10,000 African entrepreneurs. The objective of the Programme is to generate at least 1,000,000 new jobs and create at least $10 billion in new business revenue across Africa. In its 7th year, the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme has empowered over 9,000 entrepreneurs, using a purpose-built and healthy selection, training and implementation process to create visible and sustainable impact across all 54 African countries.

Eminent African entrepreneurs who owns and are running existing start-ups with good prospect towards growth and ambitious business owners with transformative ideas are invited to apply. We are particularly looking for more representation from French, Arabic and Portuguese speakers, not leaving out the female entrepreneurs.

Inspired by Tony Elumelu’s economic philosophy of Africapitalism and his vision to establish intstitutional luck and to make democratic opportunity for a new generation of African entrepreneurs, the Foundation has implemented one of the most ambitious entrepreneurship programmes globally.

This year’s action is to make of top priority, the economic recovery of small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs) and young African entrepreneurs, following the disruption of economic activities by the ravaging COVID-19.

Eligibility for the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme

The programme is open to every citizens and legal residents of any one of the 54 African countries. The proposed business must be registered and must be operational in Africa.

Applicants must be 18 years old and must not be seen as a minor in their resident country. There is no superior age limitation.

Applicants can be prominent African entrepreneurs who are currently running existing start-ups with good prospect towards growth and ambitious business owners with transformative ideas;

All businesses must be business ideas or an first-stage company, within the range of 0 to 3 years old.

Your application must be focused on ONE business only.

They are particularly looking for more representation from French, Arabic and Portuguese speakers, as well as female entrepreneurs.

The programme is not open to research institutions, faith-based organisations, value-adding trading companies, government contractors and businesses outside Africa. Businesses must not affect the environment, lives and property in an adverse manner. Business ideas must be for profit making and must be the original work of those making the submission.

Benefits of the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme

You may be selected to join our current 9,631 beneficiaries across 54 African countries to receive:

  • Business Training
  • Mentorship
  • $5,000 non-refundable seed capital
  • Global Networking Opportunities

How to Apply for the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme

All applications must be submitted ONLINE through the APPLICATION PORTAL. An application form must be completed by you and you will answer a series of mandatory questions and upload additional documents and identify materials in order to complete application. After submitting the application, a confirmation email of receipt will be sent to you.

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The deadline is midnight (WAT) on 31 March 2021.