Entry and English language requirements
See the international qualifications we accept for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Please also check the specific grades and essential subjects required for your chosen course by checking our individual course pages.
If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of your English language skills. For a complete list of the English language qualifications we accept, including where we are able to waive an English condition based on certain local qualifications, please see our English Language requirements.
High-school leavers with WAEC (West Africa Examinations Council)/NECO (National Examinations Council) are eligible to apply for direct entry to the University if they have a minimum of 5 grades at B or above, and no grade below C. Where there are individual subject requirements, applicants must have a minimum B in that subject or equivalent. Find out more about our Foundation and pathway options. (Updated 9 November 2022)
Students with a National Diploma (two years of post-school study) with ‘Upper Credit’ or higher (CGPA 3.0/4.0) may be eligible for direct entry to year 1 of undergraduate courses.
Students with IB, A-Levels or the American High School Diploma can be considered for direct entry. Please see individual course pages for requirements.
We welcome applications from Nigerian students holding a minimum of a second-class, lower division bachelor's degree (CGPA 2.50/5.00) for entry to most of our Masters-level courses.