NAUB Admission List 2021/2022 Academic Session [Check Here]

Please do well to follow the procedures stated below to get access and check the Nigerian Army University Biu [NAUB] Admission list 2020/2021 via JAMB CAPS and NAUB Admission Portal.

This is a fresh update on the NAUB admission list 2021 for the Nigerian Army University, Biu 2021/2022 academic session. All aspirants are hereby advised to check their NAUB admission status.

To make it clearer to you, this page will help you to check NAUB 2021 admission list on NAUB admission checker portal and how to accept or reject NAUB admission on JAMB CAPS.

There are two methods of checking NAUB 2021 admission list. The first one is using the NAUB admission status checker portal and the second is the NAUB jamb CAPS admission status checker portal.

Note: NAUB admission list is usually released in batches as 1st batch (first list), 2nd batch (second list), 3rd batch (third list). This also comprises of the NAUB supplementary admission list and NAUB direct entry admission list 2021.

The next steps below will guide you on how to check your 2021 admission status using either of the two methods below.

How to Check Nigerian Army University admission status 2021 on NAUB checker portal.

Is NAUB admission list for 2021 out? No, the NAUB 2021 admission list is not out.

NAUB Admission list 2021/2022 out: Check the Nigerian Army University, Biu admission status via the NAUB admission checker portal & JAMB CAPS

When will NAUB admission list for 2021 come out? The admission list will come out when the Nigerian Army University, Biu admission board had completed the evaulation of all applications and this might take upto a month from the NAUB post utme screening date. All aspirants will be notified immediately the list is out and they will be able to check their admission status following the steps below.

Like I said before, there are two methods for checking the NAUB 2021 admission status. One is checking through Jamb Caps admission status, while the second is through the Nigerian Army University, Biu admission status checker portal as follows:

  1. Visit the NAUB admission checking portal @
  2. At the Login page, you will be required to enter your email in the first space and your password in the second space.
  3. Click on the “SIGN-IN” button to log in to the NAUB admission checker page.
  4. There, you will be able to see your NAUB 2021 admission status.

Checking NAUB admission status on JAMB CAPS 2021.

The second method of checking your 2021 admission status is using the JAMB CAPS admission status checking portal as follows:

  1. Go the JAMB CAPS admission checker portal @
  2. Login using your JAMB Email and Password.
  3. Navigate to the right side, and tab on the “Check Admission Status”.
  4. There, you will be able to see your NAUB 2021 admission status.

Bonus: NAUB School fee schedule for new students in 2021

What to do if you have been admitted.

  1. Accept your admission
  2. Print your NAUB admission letter
  3. Pay your NAUB acceptance fee
  4. Proceed for freshmen registration at your department/faculty.
  5. Make your school fee payment as resume lectures as soon as possible.

What to do if NAUB has not admitted you.

  1. Check and be sure that you uploaded your O’level.
  2. If you haven’t, then upload it immediately.

NAUB Admission Chances/Admission Letter 2021

Finally, Nigerian Army University, Biu admission list are released in batches as first batch (1st list), second batch (2nd list), third batch (3rd list) and supplementary list for UTME candidates and then direct entry admission list for direct entry candidates.

So if you have not been offered admission yet, then I will advise you to keep checking your NAUB admission status on jamb caps time to time and do well to accept it immediately they have offered you admission.

After accepting the admission, move ahead and print your JAMB admission and NAUB letter here, and do well to visit your campus for more information on what you should do next. Make sure you start along with others and attain all the year one (freshers’) orientation programs.

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