Madonna University Opens Admissions for 2024/2025 Academic Session

Madonna University, Nigeria's first private university, announces admissions for the 2024/2025 session at campuses in Okija, Elele, and Akpugo.

Madonna University Opens Admissions for 2024/2025 Academic Session
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Madonna University, the pioneering private university in Nigeria, has officially announced the commencement of admissions for the 2024/2025 academic session. Prospective candidates who meet the eligibility criteria are encouraged to apply and submit their applications at any of the university's campuses located in Okija, Elele, and Akpugo.

Admission screening is provided free of charge, and all applicants are urged to adhere strictly to the following guidelines to avoid delays:

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- Interested applicants should visit Madonna University's official website at or contact the university's office line at 09071881768 for further inquiries.

- Required documents include three copies each of O'level results (WAEC/NECO), JAMB results, birth certificate, and proof of state of origin.

- Applicants are also required to submit three clear passport photographs.

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In addition to the aforementioned documents, a medical test fee of Six Thousand Five Hundred Naira (₦6,500) is required upon screening.

Madonna University prides itself on providing education anchored in decency and moral values. As such, the university assures all applicants of a transparent and merit-driven admission process.

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For further details and updates, prospective applicants are advised to visit the university's official communication channels or contact the admissions office directly.

Madonna University is renowned for its commitment to excellence in education and moral development, offering a conducive learning environment across its campuses in Nigeria.

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