ESUT Post UTME Screening Registration Form/Exam Date 2019

ESUT Post UTME Screening Registration Form/Exam Date 2019

Enugu state university of science and technology Registration start from Monday, Junly 15, 2019, and the portal will shut down on Friday, 16th, August 2019. Apply before deadline on 16th of August 2019

Post utme exam and only successful candidate will be admitted therefore candidate are advised to study past questions, while preparing for the exam date or visit

Remember your post utme result will be released on this website so save this site to enable you check your result for post utme screening result 2019

NOTE: Candidate should ensure they meet the criteria required in the  institution, considering their jamb score and institution cut-off mark before applying for post utme, it is advisable that you do change of institution or course before it get late pending the course you want to study & the institution.

To complete your post utme registration successfully check the following update listed below:

ESUT Post UTME Screening Registration Form/Exam Date 2019
ESUT Post UTME Screening Application Form 2019

ESUT Post UTME Screening Registration Form/Exam Date 2019

Jamb Change of Course/Institution

You can do change of course or institution once you have noticed that your score is either higher to study a course that requires a high score or you can change to an institutions that your jamb score meet their criteria for admission & cut-off mark.

Jamb Cut-off Mark

Please change to another institution based on your jamb performance/JAMB score or the institution cut-off mark

JAMB Uploading of O’level SSCE

This is to inform anyone that applied for admission in any Nigerian University through JAMB 2019/2020 to upload their O’level SSCE results to JAMB. The new system introduced by JAMB doesn’t allow Universities to admit students who failed to upload their results at a JAMB CBT CENTRE. The system rejects any student without SSCE results as fake. Please circulate widely to save our younger ones especially those in rural areas from losing opportunities for this year’s admission.


  • a.   Impersonation is a serious offence and anyone caught will be handed over to the Law Enforcement Agents and may be liable to up to 5 years imprisonment
  • b.   Any candidate who fails to take part in the screening exercise automatically loses his or her chance of being considered for admission.
  • c.    Early commencement of registration is advised to avoid congestion in the dying hours.
  • d. Candidates are strictly advised to ensure that their correct phone numbers are provided while filling the form online as the University will communicate with them directly.

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