The Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic entry requirement for the year has been updated.

This article will give a detailed rundown of what you need to enter the polytechnic, if this is what you want, keep scrolling.

Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic

Ijebu-Igbo, is an Ogun State government-owned Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Polytechnic established in the year 2006 in pursuance of offering technologically based Education for self-reliance.

The Polytechnic was licensed and approved by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) to offer National Diploma and Higher National Diploma programmes in Science, Engineering and Management courses.

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Polytechnic Goals and Objectives

  • To be at the Commanding Height of Association and Organisation in the world of ICT worldwide such as CISCO Networking Academy.
  • Produce first-class students who can excel anywhere in the world.
  • Improve the status of technical and material resources available to make the Polytechnic a mini-silicon Valley in Ogun State.
  • Ensure continued improvement in the method of lecture delivery.
  • Enter exchange programmes, and collaboration, seeking to tap the best from these institutions for better performance.

Vision Statement

To be a leading Polytechnic with cutting-edge in manpower development and training of students in entrepreneurial skills through Information Communication Technology (ICT) Techniques.

Mission statement

To use facilities including buildings, workshops, ICT and other resources of human capacities to achieve the spread of knowledge and skill of ICT.

Entry Requirements

For Higher National Diploma (HND) Programmes:

1. Applicants for admission into the HND Programs will be required to have the following qualifications:

2. National Diploma (ND) with a minimum of Lower Credit in the relevant field and five (5) relevant O/L credit passes at WASC, GCE, NECO and NABTEB at not more than two sittings. These credit passes must include English Language and Mathematics.

3. Evidence of one year Post ND cognate experience (Industrial Training)

4. Applicants with Pass Grade in the ND will be required to have at least two (2) years Post National Diploma Industrial Experience.

5. Professional qualifications such as (ICAN), i.e. ACA, and ANAN are added advantages.

** It is mandatory for HND Full-Time Applicants to fill the JAMB Registration Numbers used for their ND Programmes, Only Applicants with ND JAMB Registration Numbers will be considered for admission.


For National Diploma (ND) Full-Time Programmes:

1. Applicants for admission into the ND programmes will be required to have the following qualifications:

2. A minimum of Four (4) O/L Credits at 1 sitting including English and Mathematics OR five O/L Credits at not more than two sittings in English & Mathematics and or three relevant subjects.

3. Credit Passes in Mathematics and the English Language are compulsory for all Applicants seeking admission into any programme in the Polytechnic.

Admission Procedures and Requirements

1. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the National Diploma and Higher National Diploma Programmes of the Polytechnic.

2. Applicants who scored 120 and above in the UTME can apply for admission into full-time National Diploma. Meanwhile, applicants that scored below 120 can apply for a part-time (weekend or weekday) National Diploma.

3. Applicants who have completed their National Diploma and the mandatory 1-year IT programme can apply for the Higher National Diploma programmes.

4. Prospective applicants are strongly advised to check the JAMB Brochure and carefully study the O’Level requirements for the courses applied for before completing the online application form.

Programmes Offered in the Polytechnic

1. Available courses in the polytechnic and their Accreditation Status:

2. The Polytechnic currently has three schools with ten (10) courses for National Diploma and four (04) Higher National Diploma courses in two schools.

3. The National Board accredits all these courses for Technical Education, (NBTE), the regulatory body of the Polytechnic.

4. The breakdown of the courses by School and their status are:

The School of Science

  • ND Computer Science Accredited
  • ND Statistics Accredited
  • ND Science Laboratory Technology Accredited
  • HND Science Laboratory Technology (Microbiology) Accredited

School of Engineering Technology

  • ND Computer Engineering Accredited
  • ND Electrical/Electronics Engineering Accredited
  • ND Urban and Regional Planning Accredited

The School of Management and Business Studies

  • ND Business Administration Accredited
  • ND Accountancy Accredited
  • ND Banking and Finance Accredited
  • ND Mass Communication Accredited
  • HND Business Administration Accredited
  • HND Accountancy Accredited
  • HND Mass Communication Accredited

Proposed New Courses

The Polytechnic is proposing to float new courses in order to widen its horizon and create more opportunities for increasing its students’ enrolment. The proposed new courses of the Polytechnic are listed as follows:

  • HND SLT (Environmental Biology)
  • HND Computer Science
  • HND Banking & Finance
  • ND Building Technology
  • ND Public Administration

Frequently Asked Questions About Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic

Below are some frequently asked questions for you:

1. Is Abraham Adesanya a private polytechnic?

Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic is a private polytechnic located in Ogun state, the polytechnic is privately funded and managed and was founded in the late 90s. Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Intends to be the Leading polytechnic in terms of delivery of quality education in the theory and practical aspects of technology.

2. How much are the School Fees of Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic?

ND (Full Time) – N25,000. HND (Full Time) – N30,000. ND (Part-Time) – N30,000.

3. Is Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Accredited?

Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic is a state-owned polytechnic established in 2004. Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Dogbolu/Akanran Atikori, Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun State has been officially accredited and/or recognized by the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), Nigeria.

4. What is the Cut off Mark for Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic?

The Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic general cut-off mark is 120. This cut-off mark is the benchmark for all courses offered in the institution. Before you can apply for Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Post Utme you must score nothing less than 120 in the UTME Examination.

5. Is Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Post UTME Form Out?

Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Post-UTME Screening Form for 2023/2024. Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Post-UTME screening form for the 2023/2024 academic session is currently on sale.

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