2021/2022 Oluaka Admission processes explained.

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Oluaka Institute of Technology got its National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) accreditation to award National Innovation Diploma to qualified candidates after a two-year course. The Institute falls under the category of Innovation Enterprise Institutions (IEI) as approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

As an accredited Institute of Higher Learning (IHL), its admission is solely conducted through the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) regulated Universal Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME).

Understandably, while many of you were registering for the Universal Tertiary Matriculation Examinations, many chose their Institute of choice in this order:

1st Choice: Federal University

2nd Choice: State owned University

3rd Choice: Polytechnic/College of Education

4th Choice: IEI

To be admitted into any school of choice, the applicant MUST ensure that the school is his/her first choice – that is the only way the school through the Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) Portal can be considered for admission.

In this article, we will further give answers to the various Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

  • Must I sit for JAMB  to be admitted to Oluaka?
    • YES, all accredited Institute of Higher Learning (IHL) in Nigeria must admit its students through the Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) Portal.
  • What is the Minimum score to be considered for Admission into Oluaka Institute?
    • The minimum score for Oluaka is 100
  • What are the departments/courses available in the Institute?
    • We currently have 3 departments which are:
      • Computer Hardware Engineering
      • Computer Software Engineering
      • Networking & System Securities
  • After graduation, will I be deployed to NYSC?
    • YES, Oluaka Institute of Technology is an accredited Institute of Higher Learning in Nigeria, through the National Board for Technical Education as an IEI, graduates who are within the age range to be deployed for NYSC at the time of graduation will be deployed.
    • To be deployed for NYSC, you must have completed a four years HNID, HND or BSc course, at Oluaka you will be deployed to serve once you have completed your HNID in either of the three departments.
  • How do I commence my admission process?
    • If you sat for the just concluded UTM Examinations, and scored a minimum of 90, and wish to study here at Oluaka, follow this processes:
      • Login to your CAPS portal from here: https://caps.jamb.gov.ng/
      • Initiate a Change of Institution to point Oluaka Institute of Technology as the Institute of your FIRST CHOICE.
      • Once that is done, the Institute will request for your credentials for validation and further recommendation for admission – this process is to enable your admission letter to be prepared and sent to you from the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board.

The Admission Office of the Institute is willing and available to help you if you are among those who sat for the just concluded UTM Examination. Please click the link below to fill in your details and we will contact you on the next step to take.

POST UTME Registration Form