Uniport Supplementary Pre-Degree Admission List 2016/2017 Out

Uniport Pre-Degree Admission List Released – the Management of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) has published the supplementary pre-degree admission list of candidates admitted into Education and Humanity courses for the 2016/2017 academic session.

For those who are yet to be admitted, the opportunity is here again. You are meant to follow the guideline for proper assessment of the admission list.

List of 2016/2017 Supplementary Pre-Degree Admission

The following have been offered provisional admission into the Pre-degree programme in the Faculties of Humanities and Education for 2016/207 Academic Year. Registration and payment of school fees commence at once till 9/1/2017. Students should register in the office of Assistant Director School of Basic Studies. Lectures begin on 12/12/2016. Briefing and orientation is scheduled for 9/11/2017 at the School of Basic Studies’ Auditorium.

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Uniport Pre-Degree Admission List Released – as I said before, many list of candidates varying from one faculty to another has been released for admission. It depends on where you applied for. You can also visit www.uniport.edu.ng for more information.

Uniport Supplementary Pre-Degree Admission List 2016/2017 Out

Before now, the Vice Chancellor of University of Port Harcourt left a Christmas message for 2017 better service delivery which will be summarized here.

One challenging year is about to end and another one is beckoning to all of us with renewed promise of what we can accomplish together as a select community of scholars, administrators, technocrats and students. As your Vice-Chancellor, I want to make a passionate appeal to all stakeholders in the affairs of the University to give maximum cooperation to the administration that would enable it attain enhanced service delivery in 2017.
The beginning of my tenure served as a learning curve and a period of finetuning the system I inherited for greater performance. Despite the orchestrated disruption of the system by a few dubiously motivated forces in and outside the University last April, this administration has done very well in many areas to justify my optimism of improved service delivery in the coming year.
 

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