FUTO JUPEB Admission List For 2021-22 Academic Year (Full List)

Federal University of Technology, Owerri – FUTO has released their JUPEB admission list for 2021-22 Academic year. This admission list consists of the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth batch list of candidates that are offered provisional admission.

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The Federal University of Technology, Owerri wises to inform all the applicants that applied for admission into FUTO non-residential, one-year CCE Basic Studies JUPEB programme for the 2021/2022 academic year that they can now check their admission status online.

How to Check FUTO JUPEB Admission List

Log on to FUTO JUPEB admission status portal at https://portal.futo.edu.ng/Modules_Jupeb/Admissions/CheckAdmissionStatus.aspx.

Select your academic year, i.e. 2021/2022.

Provide your Application Number in the required space.

Lastly, click on Submit to see your FUTO JUPEB admission status.

Further Instructions

1. Pay Fees

Login to the official Portal portal.futo.edu.ng with your APPLICATION NO as username and password

Click on “Pay Acceptance”, ‘ Pay school fees’ and “Hostel allocation” to get your payment invoice.

Go to any bank to pay using your RRR code on the invoice.

Or, you can make payment online with your credit/debit cards such as Verve, Visa or MasterCards.

2. After a successful acceptance fees payment online.

Print your acceptance receipt – (ADMISSION LETTER)

Congratulations to all the successful applicants who made it to the admission list of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri – FUTO Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board – JUPEB programme.

FUTO Academic Calendar

FUTO 1st Semester Academic Calendar.

Day 11 December 2022 › Old & Freshmen resumption

Day 12 – 17 December 2022 › Registration Starts for old and freshmen students

Day 19 – 23 December 2022 › Week 1- Lectures

Day 24 – 31 December 2022 › Christmas Break

Day 2 -7 January 2023 › Week 2 – Lectures

Day 9 – 14 January 2023 › Week 3- Lectures

Day 16 – 21 January 2023 › Week 4- Lectures

Day 23 – 28 January 2023 › Week 5- Lectures

Day 26 January 2023 › SENATE

Day 30 January- 4 February 2023 › Week 6- Lectures

Day 6 – 11 February 2023 › Week 7 – Lectures

Day 13 – 18 February 2023 › Week 8 – Lectures

Day 20 – 25 February 2023 › Week 9- Lectures

Day 23 February 2023 › SENATE

Day 27 February – 4 March 2023 › REVISION

Day 6 – 11 March 2023 › EXAMINATIONS COMMENCES

Day 13 – 18 March 2023 › EXAMINATION END

Day 20 March 2023 › SENATE

Day 19 – 31 March 2023 › VACATION

FUTO 2nd Semester Academic Calendar.

Day 1 April 2023 › All Students Resumes

Day 3 – 8 April 2023 › Week 1- Lectures

Day 10 – 15 April 2023 › Week 2- Lectures

Day 17 – 22 April 2023 › Week 3- Lectures

Day 24 – 29 April 2023 › Week 4- Lectures

Day 24 – 25 April 2023 › Eid El Fitri Holiday

Day 27 April 2023 › SENATE

Day 1 May 2023 › Workers Day

Day 24 – 6 May 2023 › Week 5 -Lectures

Day 8 – 13 May 2023 › Week 6 -Lectures

Day 15 – 20 May 2023 › Week 7 -Lectures

Day 22 – 27 May 2023 › Week 8 -Lectures

Day 25 May 2023 › SENATE

Day 29 May -3 June 2023 › revision

Day 5 -10 June 2023 › EXAMINATION COMMERCES

Day 12 June 2023 › DEMOCRACY DAY

Day 13 – 17 June 2023 › EXAMINATION END

Day 18 -25 June 2023 › VACATION DAY

Brief History

FUTO, as the Oldest University of Technology in the country, was founded in 1980 by Executive fiat with the composition and appointment of the first provisional Council by Nigeria’s First Executive President, Shehu Shagari. It became the first of three such Universities set up by the Federal Government of Nigeria who sought to create a University of Technology in each geo-political location and particularly in a State which did not have a conventional University.

On November 28, 1980, in the premises of the Old Government Technical College (GTC), FUTO opened its doors to staff and students.

In January 1982 the Imo State government approved a permanent location for the University. FUTO engaged Messrs Concarplan – Enplan Group (a firm of Consultants) to design the physical plan for the University.

Located 25 kilometers south of Owerri, the selection of the location was guided by the advice of the National Universities Commission that a minimum area of ten thousand (10,000) acres or 4,048 hectares should be obtained based on the location, relative absence of human settlements within the area and other relevant factors. Continue Reading>>>>>

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