In this article, I will list out all the State Universities or Federal Universities that accept second choice for admission in 2021.
So if you wish to know the Schools that accept the second choice for admission in 2021, then check below.
Before you proceed, kindly know that even if you didn’t choose a school as your first choice, you can also apply for admission at that school.
If you wish to apply for admission at your second choice institution but discover that they do not accept the second choice, then you do not have to panic.
All you need to do is to apply for a JAMB change of institution and select the school as your first choice. You can do JAMB Change of institution here.
But before you do that, make sure you have checked and be sure that you have met the school’s cut off mark. You can also see the following;
- Universities that accept from 120 to 179 JAMB Score for admission in 2021
- All courses and their JAMB Cutoff Mark for 2021
- 2021 JAMB Cut off Mark for all Schools
- How to Upgrade a JAMB Score/result for free.
Federal Universities that Accept Second Choice in 2021
Below is the list of some of the well known Federal Universities that accept second choice for admission in 2021. Note: This is not all the schools, so more schools will be updated.
Note; there are slid changes to the list below. The admission terms for any of the school listed below might change at anytime especially as JAMB has reduced cut off marks. See JAMB New Cut off mark for 2021 here
- FUD – Federal University Dutse – Apply here
- FUDMA – Federal University Dutsin-ma – Apply here
- FUGASHUA – Federal University Gashua – Apply here
- FUGUS – Federal University Gusau – Apply here
- FUKashere – Federal University Kashere – Apply here
- FULAFIA – Federal University Lafia – Apply here
- FUNAI – Federal University Ndifu-Alike – Apply here
- FUOTUOKE – Federal University Otuoke – Apply here
- FUWUKARI – Federal University Wukari – Apply here
- FUBK – Federal University, Birnin Kebbi – Apply here
- FULOKOJA – Federal University – Apply here
- FUOYE – Federal University, Oye Ekiti – Apply here
- UNIMAID – The University of Maiduguri – Apply here
State Universities that Accept Second Choice for 2021 Admission
Below are second choice state Universities in Nigeria in 2021. They are state universities that accept the second choice for 2021 Admission. This is not all the schools, so more schools will be updated.
- ABSU – Abia State University, Abia State – Apply here
- ADSU – Adamawa State University – Apply here
- AKSU – Akwa Ibom State University (not certain in 2021)
- ANSU – Anambra State University
- CRUTECH – Cross Rivers University of Technology (not certain)
- IAUE – Ignatius Ajuru University of Education
Other Universities that Accepts Second Choice
The following are other universities that accept second choice in 2021. This is not all the schools, so more schools will be updated.
- American University of Nigeria
- Edwin Clark University, Kiagbodo
- Gregory University, Uturu, Abia State
- MAUTECH – Modibo Adama University of Technology,
- Obong University
- Paul University
- Ritman University
- Tansian University
- The University of Mkar
- Western Delta University
How to Choose Choice of Institution During JAMB Registration 2021
Candidates are to register and choose their choice of institution during JAMB registration. During JAMB registration, you will be asked to do the following;
- Your first choice should be a Federal university
- The second choice should be a State University or Federal University
- Third choice should be a polytechnic or college
- Fourth choice should be an enterprise
Those were the names of schools that accept a second choice for admission in 2021. So if you wish to choose them, then go ahead and know that they accept a second choice for admission in 2021.
Like I said before if there is any school that you didn’t make your first choice but you wish to apply for admission at the school, then simply do JAMB Change of institution here.
Also, know that it is advisable to check and make sure you meet the school’s JAMB cut-off mark before doing a change of course.