UNIMED Post-Basic Nursing Admission Form For 2020/2021 Session
The University of Medical Sciences (UNIMED), Ondo, Ondo State is the first specialized University of Medical Sciences established in 2014 with the mission to foster excellence in teaching, research and service delivery in all health science disciplines. Since its establishment, the University has created a niche for itself in being one of the few public universities with a stable uninterrupted academic calendar and exceptionally high quality educational delivery. The University hereby invites all eligible candidates to apply for admission for the POST BASIC NURSING PROGRAMME 2020/2021 ACADEMIC SESSION.
1.0 DURATION OF PROGRAMME:18 Months
2.0 ENTRY QUALIFICATION:
Candidates must possess the following qualifications:
i. Registered Midwife Professional Certificate (RM) and
ii. West African School Certificate Examination “O” Level (WASCE) or National Examination Council (NECO) with at least 5 passes at Credit Level at not more than TWO sittings which must include English Language, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and Mathematics.
3. METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Prospective candidates are to register online by visiting the University Website (https://unimed.edu.ng) and click on POST BASIC NURSING under ADMISSION.
4. OPENING DATE OF APPLICATION:13th May, 2020
5. CLOSING DATE OF APPLICATION:25th May, 2020
6. DATE OF EXAMINATION:28th May, 2020
7. APPLICATION FEE:N20,000.00
8. MODE OF PAYMENTS:
Payment is ONLY via the UNIMED PAYMENT PLATFORM. Log on to www.unimed.edu.ng, Click Admission, Post Basic Nursing, and follow the instructions. PLS NOTE, You can only use VISA or MASTER Card. VERVE Card is not allowed.
Kindly note that the University does NOT have individual/group agents. For the avoidance of doubt, valid and authentic details about admissions into the programmes offered by UNIMED can be obtained only at the University’s administrative and liaison offices; and at the university’s website www.unimed.edu.ng Kindly note also, that valid payments for purchase of forms can only be done as prescribed above and NOT into any individual’s account. Anyone who deals with any individual and/or makes payments into any individual’s account does so at his/her own risk!
Please be guided!
Dr. Woleola J. Ekundayo