FCE (Tech.) Gusau 2017/18 Session Pre-NCE Admission Form Out [How to Apply]

Federal College of Education (Technical), Gusau (FCEGusau) pre-NCE admission form for the 2017/2018 academic session is out. see cut-off mark, closing date, application requirement and procedures here; 

FCE Gusau Pre-NCE Admission Form 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Federal College of Education (Technical), Gusau Pre-NCE programme for the 2017/2018 academic session.

FCE [TECHNICAL] GUSAU PRE-NCE ADMISSION – AVAILABLE COURSES.

[A]     One Year Preliminary NCE Course in the following areas:-
          [i]       Pre-NCE Technical
[ii]      Pre-NCE Vocational Education
[iii]     Pre-NCE Science
[iv]     Pre-NCE Business
[v]      Pre-NCE Languages
[vi]     Pre-NCE Special Education.

[B] Direct NCE programme through JAMB
    1. School of Secondary Education [Technical] 2. School of Secondary Education [Business] 3. School of Secondary Education [Vocational Education] [i]       Agricultural Science
[ii]      Home Economics
[iii]     Fine and Applied Arts
4. School of Secondary Education [Science] 5. School of Early Childhood Care & Development Education and Primary Education.
6. School of Adult, Non Formal and Special Needs Education
7. School of Secondary Education [Languages].

HOW TO APPLY FOR FCE[T] GUSAU PRE-NCE ADMISSION.

Application forms for ‘A’ and ‘B’ above are obtainable on line at College portal www.fcet-gusau.edu.ng. and payment can be made in any commercial bank through Remita via the portal. The cost of the form is three thousand naira only, [N3000.00].

Completed application forms must be submitted to the Registrar not later than 30th September, 2017.

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