HOW TO EASILY GAIN ADMISSION INTO LASU

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How to gain admission into LASU

Are you looking to gain admission into Lagos State University? Do you desire to study your desired course at Lagos State University? Then you need to know the requirements for gaining admission into this school first of all. Only then can you embark on your admission process into LASU.

In this post, you will learn LASU requirements for admission. You will other things you need to do to increase your chances of becoming a student of the great LASU.

Lagos State University is one of the best state universities in Nigeria. the school also ranks among the best schools in Nigeria. The school is generally known for its good standard and global best practices. Little wonder LASU is one of the most sought-after schools in Nigeria. The fact that school is located in Lagos is also one of the reasons why it is very popular.

LASU offers a wide range of courses, from Law to Medicine; Engineering, Economics, Business administration, Computer Science, Mass Communication, and many more.

But how can you gain admission into LASU? Below is an explanation of what you need to do to become a LASU student.

HOW TO GAIN ADMISSION INTO LASU – WAEC/NECO REQUIREMENTS

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To gain admission into LASU, you need to have at least 5 credits in subjects needed for your desired course of study. You need to have these 5 credits in ONE sitting or 6 credits in TWO sittings.

So, if you have 5 credits in relevant subjects in one sitting, you can proceed with your admission process into LASU. On the other hand, if you have 6 credits in two sittings, this is also accepted. Personally, I will advise that you have your credits in one sitting.

HOW TO GAIN ADMISSION INTO LASU - UTME CUTOFF MARK

The UTME cutoff mark for LASU is 200. If you score anything below 200, then you can as well forget your admission. Please note that the fact that you scored 200 in your UTME does not automatically guarantee that you will gain admission into LASU.

With 200, it’s a good place to start your admission process but it doesn’t guarantee you admission. For example, you may want to study Law at LASU and Law cutoff will be more than 200 because that course is highly competitive. So, if your score is 200 and you want to study Law, you may not be able to scale through.

To have an upper edge of gaining admission into LASU depending on your course, you need to score more than 200. With well over 200, you can be sure to be able to gain admission into the school.

HOW TO GAIN ADMISSION INTO LASU – POST UTME

After you have scored above 200 in your UTME, the next thing is to go and prepare well for your screening or POST UTME and do excellently well in it. The higher your performance in the screening for LASU, the higher your chances of gaining admission into the school. The fact that you scored 250 or more in your JAMB does not mean you will not prepare well for your screening, otherwise, you jeopardize your chances of gaining admission into the school.

Other important frequently questions about LASU admission are:

What is the cutoff mark for LASU IN 2020?

The cutoff mark for LASU in for 2020/2021 admission is 200. This is like the minimum score required for anyone looking for admission into universities in Nigeria. However, individual schools will fix different departmental cut off marks based on the competitiveness of different courses of study students are interested in.

DOES LASU ACCEPT NECO RESULT FOR ADMISSION?

As I said earlier, if you do not have 5 credits in one sitting, you would be required to present 6 credits in two sittings as an alternative. Now, there are different ways you could go about result combinations in seeking admission into LASU. One, you could combine two WAEC results or two NECO results. Alternatively, you could combine one WAEC result with one NECO result. In any case, make sure you have the stipulated 6 credits in the two sittings or 5 credits in one sitting.

LASU MASS COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

Direct entry requirements for Mass Communication in LASU

Two “A’ Level passes in Arts or Social Science subjects

UTME REQUIREMENTS FOR MASS COMMUNICATION

Five SSC credit passes in English Language and four other subjects in Arts or social sciences.

LASU SCHOOL FEES

LASU school fees is very affordable compared to other best universities in Nigeria. Below is a list of the school fees of certain courses in LASU.

Industrial relations and personnel management - N113,250

Insurance - N113,250

Accounting - N113,250

Management - N113,250

Finance - N113,250

Business Administration - N113,250

Economics - N113,250

Mass Communication and Journalism - N113,250

Political Science - N113,250

Social Works - N113,250

Psychology - N113,250

Sociology - N113,250

Public and international affairs - N113,250

Transport Planning and Management - N113,250

FACULTY OF LAW      

Commercial and Industrial Law - N115,750

Public Law - N115,750

Islamic Law - N115,750

Private and Property Law - N115,750

Legal Studies - N115,750

Jurisprudence and International Law -N115,750

FACULTY OF ARTS     

English Language - N113,250

English Literature - N113,250

Linguistics, African and Asian           - N113,250

Philosophy - N113,250

History - N113,250

Creative Art: Visual Arts - N113,250

Creative Art: Theatre Arts - N113,250

Creative Art: Music - N113,250

European Languages (French and Russian) - N113,250

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING   

Chemical and Polymer Engineering - N115,750

Electronic and Computer Engineering - N115,750

Mechanical Engineering - N115,750

FACULTY OF EDUCATION      

Guidance and Counseling - N113,250

Adult Education Management - N113,250

Adult Education - N113,250

Adult Literacy and Non-Formal Education - N113,250

Biology Education - N113,250

Chemistry Education - N113,250

Integrated Science Education           - N113,250

Social Studies Education - N113,250

Geography Education - N113,250

History Education - N113,250

Human Kinetics and Health Education - N113,250

Exercise Physiology - N113,250

Sports Administration/Management           - N113,250

Home Economics Education - N113,250

Technology Education - N113,250

Business Education - N113,250

English Education - N113,250

English Literature Education - N113,250

French Education - N113,250

Yoruba Education - N113,250

Christian Religious Studies - N113,250

Islamic Studies Education - N113,250

Religious Education - N113,250

Curriculum Theory - N113,250

Educational Administration and Planning - N113,250

Education Psychology           - N113,250

Physiology of Education - N113,250

Sociology of Education - N113,250

FACULTY OF SCIENCES          

Fishery Sciences - N115,750

Biology - N115,750

Mathematics and Statistics - N115,750

Physics - N115,750

Microbiology - N115,750

Botany - N115,750

Chemistry - N115,750

Computer Science- N115,750

Zoology - N115,750

SCHOOL OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES (BMS)         

Physiology - N115,750

Biochemistry - N115,750

SCHOOL OF CLINICAL SCIENCES       

Medicine and Surgery - N115,750

Dentistry - N115,750

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