General Admission Information

Matriculating Students

Students matriculating to the United Methodist University are required to take and pass admission examinations in Mathematics and English. In order to qualify for the admission examinations, all matriculating students must have passed the West African Examination Council (WAEC) administered examinations, and in possession of a bona fide WAEC certificate, high school diploma and transcript from a recognized high school, two (2) letters of recommendation, and a recent medical certificate. Successful candidates are notified by the Offices of the Dean of Admissions and Records, and guided through the entrance process into the University.

Re-admittance Students

Students seeking re-admittance into the University after an abstinence for non-probational reasons are required to submit re-admission letter along with completed application form at least one semester prior to re-entry into the University.

Students seeking re-admittance into the University after an absence for probational reasons are required to submit a re-admission letter at least one semester prior to re-entry into the University. Students in this category are monitored by the Admissions and Records Office for one (1) academic semester. Students placed on academic probation twice will not be accepted into the University.

Transfer Students

Students transferring into the United Methodist University must complete an application package and submit all relevant transcripts and documents from the departing institution of higher education at least one month prior to becoming a student at the University. Please contact the Offices of Admissions and Records for detailed information.

Auditing and Non-Credit Students

The University accepts auditing and non-credit basis based on the availability of space. All requests to audit classes must be approved by the Dean of Admissions and Records prior to the students benefiting from any class.

Students Support Services

The University provides a range of support services to students. All matriculating students who are enrolled on a probational level, are required to do remediation course in either English or Mathematics depending on the passing scores. Other supports include:

  • Academic advisement
  • Counseling
  • Tutorial Support
  • Student Work Study Program
  • Internship opportunities for students in the College of Management and Administration



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Vision: The vision/goal of the University is to prepare a new generation of men and women schooled on the African continent to build nations that are spiritually, socially, economically and politically independent and self-sustaining.

Mission: The mission of the University is to provide quality education within a Pan African context through which persons can acquire general professional knowledge and skills within the framework of Christian values and ethics.



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