The attention of the university’s Management has been drawn to false claims being made in the following blog post https://www.njps.com.ng/uat-post-utme/ advertising the sale of post-UTME forms, on behalf of the university. The University wishes to inform the public that this blog post does not originate from the university nor is the university in any way associated with its author(s). We also make no warranties on the completeness, accuracy, or reliability of the content provided by the above-mentioned blog. The University, therefore, wishes to openly distance itself from the claims being made in that publication.

The University Management wishes to use this medium to warn the public to be guarded and watchful for claims and information passed around on social media and other platforms, unless it can be verified or corroborated by what appears on the university’s website www.uat.ed.ng

Candidate(s) who wish to gain admission into the University of Africa are currently not required to write a post-UTME exam.

Applicants are advised to verify all information independently and seek guidance from official sources or the institution’s official website, as stated above, for any updates related to post-UTME processes or other admission matters.

For any inquiries or concerns about how to gain admission into UAT, please contact the institution’s admission office
admissions@uat.edu.ng or the designated authorities

Signed: Management

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