FAQ’s for PAU Undergraduate Programmes
Five O’level credits in WAEC/ IGCSE/NECO/GCE or its equivalent.
The subjects for the corresponding courses are:
- Business Administration
English Language, Mathematics, Economics/Financial Accounting, and any other subject.
- Mass Communication
English Language, Mathematics, and any three subjects from Arts, Social Science.
- Information Science and Media Studies
English Language, Mathematics, and any three subjects from Arts, Social Sciences or Sciences
For the avoidance of doubt, Science subjects are acceptable for Information Science and Media studies.
- Computer Science
English, Mathematics, and three other science subjects
- Electrical Electronics / Mechanical Engineering
English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry and any other science subject
A candidate must be at least 16 years within the month that the session begins (for now, academic sessions in Pan-Atlantic University begin in October)
- Complete the application form online at sims.pau.edu.ng
- Attend the screening interview
- Receive Admission letter
- (in some cases an applicant may be offered admission soon after the screening interview. In others the admission decision may be delayed until the month of September)
- Submit the required documents
There is an evaluation board that reviews all applications
Having Pan-Atlantic University as your first choice is not absolutely necessary in order to be admitted and if once the applicants who made PAU their first choice have been processed, there are still vacant spaces, other candidates can be considered.
However, the number of applications to Pan-Atlantic University has been growing significantly every year and by now it is already larger than the number of spaces available. Also, the new admission system JAMB has instituted forces us to give first consideration to candidates who make us their first choice. Accordingly, if you are interested in studying at PAU, you are strongly advised to make us your first choice.
The minimum mark required in the UTME for admission in PAU in the session 2021/2022 is 220
Yes. There is a short written exercise and an oral interview.
The application for the year 2021/2022 Academic session will take place from March to October 2021
Pan-Atlantic University is open to offering admission to students who wish to transfer from another institution of higher learning. Applicants should be aware that only a few transfer applicants are offered admission each year. Admission will only be granted if the applicant can show clearly that, because of their past performance, demonstrated values, and experiences, they are likely to make a significant contribution to Pan-Atlantic University.
Accordingly, we seriously advise transfer applicants to apply also to other universities, as there is a significant risk that they may be denied admission to Pan-Atlantic University.
The cost of the application forms for either direct entry or inter-university transfer is N5,000 naira
Intelligence, character, leadership qualities, and interest in making a positive impact in society.
Yes, but there will be a deferment fee.
We reserve some places for students from our immediate community and from educationally disadvantaged states.
We welcome disabled students. Our only concern is that the disability of an applicant may not require special professional competencies or facilities that the University currently does not have.
There are special toilets and a lift available. In the hostels, some rooms have been fitted for disabled people.
Yes, there are no age limits.
Yes, students will have one-on-one interactions with our faculty. Also, by going to the relevant webpage, you can learn details about the full-time faculty in each School.
Living on Campus
There are hostels in the University, and up to now, we have been able to accommodate all students who wanted a place in them.
No. Students are free to make their choices.
The University has a well-staffed security department. There is also a police post next to the University.
There is a variety of cafeteria services within the campus. Several hostels also provide kitchenettes for residents.
There are several active student clubs. There is also a choir and two student groups that provide service activities for young people in the villages surrounding the campus. The University has also a guest speaker series in which over twenty top professionals take part every year.
We also have a football field, a five-aside pitch, a volleyball court, and a multipurpose court. Students also organize some concerts and special parties every year. There is also a centre for extra-curricular activities and Christian formation for male and female students.
- Tuition Fees per Student for the 2021/2022 Academic Session are as follows:
Tuition Fees Per Student for 2021/2022 Academic Session
|YEAR I||YEAR II||YEAR III||YEAR IV|
|ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS||N 2,312,500||N 2,271,000||N 2,028,000||N 2,028,000|
|INFORMATION SCIENCE AND MEDIA STUDIES||2,642,500||2,595,000||2,244,000||2,244,000|
|MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING||2,835,000||2,784,000||–||–|
(Students who have been admitted via Direct Entry are to pay the same amount as their classmates)Fee Payment Structure
- An acceptance fee of ₦250,000 to be paid on admission. This non-refundable sum will form part of the first semester’s fees. This is applicable to first-year students and students who have just been admitted via Direct Entry
- The tuition fee is payable in two equal installments before the beginning of each semester.
The tuition fee does not cover accommodation or meals, but otherwise, we have no multiple charges, far less hidden ones. Specifically, there are no separate fees for development, examinations, labs or studios, internet access, graduation, etc. However, special preparation for professional accountancy examinations, which is voluntary, attracts separate fees. Also, health insurance is invoiced separately.
Yes. Fees can be paid in two equal installments. However, individual payment plans can be arranged.
Yes. For the tuition fee, scholarships will be offered to 15% of our students.
The purpose of scholarships is to help needy students. Once need has been established, scholarships are awarded on the basis of value congruence with the University and academic performance. There are also special scholarships for children of staff.
- B.Sc Accounting
- B.Sc Business Administration
- B.Sc Economics
- B.Sc Mass Communication
- B.Sc Information Science & Media Studies (Digital Media)
- B.Sc Computer Science
- B.Engr Electrical/Electronics Engineering
- B.Engr Mechanical Engineering
No provision for that at the moment.
PAU makes a lot of effort to provide efficient career services and entrepreneurial skills during and after the programmes. However, we cannot guarantee jobs for students.
Do you have an internship programme?
Yes, we have voluntary and compulsory internships. Besides the compulsory internship that students do during the long vacation after their third year, we endeavour to provide internship opportunities for all students who wish to do them, from the first year.
Yes. All programmes have two entrepreneurship courses.
All our undergraduate programmes are full-time. There are limited opportunities for students to work and study under the University’s work/study programme.
Yes. There is Internet on campus.