Admission Requirement

Admission into our school is based on a flexible requirement. Firstly we expect that you should have a passion for whatever you intent to study in the School of Information Technology. You have have passed the A levels or equivalent certificate. The language of instruction is English, but French Speaking students or other languages are advised to enrolled for our preentry program, to improve on their standards.


Admissions

Students are considered to be of the School of IT only after the reception of an admission letter duly signed by the Provost

Every student must attend the orientation sessions organized by the school.

Admission of HND holders (or equivalent) into Sophomore Year is possible following a study of the applicant's file and recommendations from the admission committee.


Registration

For pre-entry Programs and Language courses, Students must pay the full fee on or before the start date.

Students must pay at least 75% of the total fee before registration of first semester courses and must complete their fee before registration of second semester courses.

Students on Scholarship must present a letter from the Office of the Provost indicating the terms and condition of their scholarship prior to their registration process.

Upon presentation of a non-cash receipt from the finance division and where applicable, Students are given login codes and password to access the Online course registration system
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Three copies of the form A2 are to be submitted to the school on or before the registration deadline (2 weeks after the start of semester). The student will be given one stamped copy of this form. Admissions (admission requirements and options to enroll into SIT)

Students are considered to be of the School of IT only after the reception of an admission letter duly signed by the Provost.

Every student must attend the orientation sessions organized by the school.

Admission of HND holders (or equivalent) into Sophomore Year is possible following a study of the applicant's file and recommendations from the admission committee.