Federal polytechnic Ile-Oluji, this polytechnic is a spectacular institution situated at the peak of cocoa plantation in Nigeria which is located in Ile-Oluji, Ondo state, which is located in the southern western part of Nigeria.
This polytechnic has national diploma, higher diploma and professional diploma level. Like most of the polytechnic in Nigeria, the requirements for candidates that wish to be admitted to this great institution are very simple and straightforward and won’t require heaven and earth before you will be counted as a student of this great citadel of learning hence i would give you all that is required from candidate to be admitted to this great citadel of learning.
- All candidates that wish to be admitted to this polytechnic is expected to have gotten as high as 150 in their unified tertiary matriculation examination to be able to qualify for this Post-Utme.
- Also candidates are expected to get at least of minimum of 5 O-level credits in their courses including English language and mathematics in any of the following examinations i.e. WAEC, NECO, NABTEB and GCE (WAEC or NECO).
- * for HND (which is higher national diploma) are expected to get credits in their national diploma program.
After a candidates have passed these requirements to finalized this process candidates are meant to participate in Post-Utme. For students to be able to qualify for admission, they have to participate in a Post-Utme written kind of exam which they have to kick start by purchasing a Post-Utme form which goes for 2,500 naira only including bank charges and no payments are done online.
This institution offers both national diploma and higher national diploma.
Here is the list of courses offered by this polytechnic and their respective cut off mark for interested candidates;
- Accountancy 150
- Computer science 150
- Computer engineering 150
- Statistics 150
- Electrical/electronic engineering 150
This above are the courses offered in federal polytechnic Ile-Oluji not too much but highly specialized to make the best graduate possible from this courses above.
No school would want to admit a candidate who got 120 over someone who gets 180, so students are expected to get more than expected to secure admission. Proper preparation does not bring disappointment, so prepare with all you have, buy past questions and read good textbooks.