What is cut off mark for Accountancy in Fed.poly.Nekede?

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The final date for online applications for accountancy courses at the Federal Polytechnic, Nekele, was Friday, July 29th 2011. Future dates may be obtained at some stage on their website. If entry requirements were the subject of the question, here is a rough round-up of what is required for entry at various levels.

  • One Year Certificate Program
Entry qualifications required at this level are four passes, including English language and mathematics, at GCE, SSC, NABTEB, TC II, NECO or equivalent. Equivalents must have been obtained from a maximum of two sittings. Candidates with JSSC and five or more years of related work experience may be considered.

  • One Year Advanced Certificate Program
Requirements for entry are a polytechnic certificate in accountancy or at least four passes in appropriate subjects achieved in maximum of two sittings in GCE, SSC, NABTEB, TC II, NECO or equivalent; credit level is required for two of them. A mathematics pass and an English language credit are required.

  • National Diploma
General entry requirements:

NECO, NABTEC, SSC or WBSCSTAGE II, including five credits in program related subjects, achieved in no more than a total of two sittings; or alternatively a pass in the final exam of the of the Federal Polytechnic's pre-ND.
Accountancy requirements:

Five credit in Mathematics, English language and any three out of the following: Principles of Accounts and Accounting, Economics, Literature in English, Business methods, Commerce, Government, History, Statistics, Office Practice, Geography, one science subject or ICT.

  • Higher National and Post Higher National Diploma
Details regarding the requirements for the Higher and Post higher National Diplomas can be found at the Federal Polytechnic Nekede website. This page lists all requirements, course durations, possible subjects, etc.

Although this information is too late for admission deadlines, we hope it will still be of some use.

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