Last updated on August 15, 2020 by The Counselor
87 list of accredited courses offered in Bayero University and their requirements. Including the required documents for admission
Choosing a course to study at Bayero University is the first step towards your success as a student as well as being a graduate. There are so many courses listed here with different subject combinations, learning approach and career prospects. Learn more about choosing the right course. If you can’t find the course you’re looking for on these list of accredited courses offered in Bayero University, you can take a look at universities below since they are the closest to Bayero.
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List of courses offered in Bayero University
These list of courses offered by Bayero University had been published in good faith. Of course, this may not be all the courses. But be rest assured that all the courses listed here had been accredited by Nigeria University Commission. Any course not accredited by NUC is not listed here and sensible students are forbidden to such courses.
Unfortunately, many students find themselves studying those course and at the end, won’t graduate or complain of missing results. If you think these list of courses offered by the Bayero University is incomplete or inaccurate, do let us know by using the comments below. We will consider your comment for further research and update if necessary.
About Bayero University school fees:
Many students inquire about Bayero University schools fees and hostel fees from Fatherprada. I understand this information is necessary in other to avoid a university whose fees is beyond your financial strength. But the truth is, Fatherprada tries to avoid posting such information on his blog. There are so many websites on the internet claiming to have this information but you must be careful because that Bayero University school fees and hostel fees are neither true or volatile.
Each course in Bayero University have different school fees and in fact, school fees vary from one level to another. Bayero University school fees changes and most often, students only get to know about these changes when it is time to pay the fees.
I will advise you not to settle for Bayero University school fees you see on the internet except if it is available on Bayero University main website or better still ask someone who is schooling there for up-to-date information on Bayero University school fees and hostel fees for freshers as well as returning students.
What is Fatherprada’s relationship with Bayero University?
In short, Fatherprada and Bayero University are not related. Fatherprada makes research and shares information amongst students who find interest to study at the Bayero University. Fatherprada’s blog allows you to get answers to questions relating to Bayero University accredited courses as well as the correct subject combinations for courses. Fatherprada had created this page with the hope that aspiring students will go through the list of Bayero University accredited courses for freshers and make a definite decision.
I’m confused I need help.
Of course, Fatherprada is a counsellor and the aim of this blog is to counsel students. Fatherprada’s wish above all things is that, through his post, you will be able to make a good decision on what to study without reaching out to Him. But if you still feel there is a need for directions on what to study, you can reach out to Fatherprada for assistance. You will pay counselling fees is 600.
These are the list of Bayero University accredited courses.
Click on your preferred course to know the requirements!!!
- Adult Education
- Agric-Economics and Extension
- Agricultural Engineering
- Agricultural Science and Education
- Applied Biology
- Arabic Studies
- Banking and Finance
- Biological Science
- Business Administration
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Combinations for Geology
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Dentistry and Dental Surgery
- Education and Arabic
- Education and Biology
- Education and Chemistry
- Education and Economics
- Education and English Language
- Education and French
- Education and Geography
- Education and Hausa
- Education and History
- Education and Islamic Studies
- Education and Mathematics
- Education and Physics
- Education and Science
- Electrical Engineering
- English Language
- Environmental Management
- Estate Management
- Food Science and Technology
- Forestry and Wildlife Management
- Health Education
- Industrial Chemistry
- Information Science and Media Studies
- International Relations
- Irrigation Engineering
- Islamic Studies
- Library and Information Science
- Mass Communication
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechatronics Engineering
- Medical Laboratory Science
- Medicine and Surgery
- Nursing/Nursing Science
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Petroleum Engineering
- Physical and Health Education
- Physical Education
- Plant Biology
- Political Science
- Public Administration
- Quantity Surveying
- Special Education
- Technical Education
- Telecommunication Engineering
- Urban and Regional Planning
What are the documents required for admission screening in Bayero University?
You may have chosen the best course from the list of accredited courses available in Bayero University and pass JAMB including Post JAMB with flying colours but one thing is certain, “screening”. Before you can become a student of Bayero University, you must pass through admission screening where you will be required to present certain documents for validation and records. Without screening, you will not be given a matriculation number. And without a matriculation number, you are not a student of Bayero University.
These are the primary documents Bayero University requires for admission screening. There may be more, but this one listed here are compulsory
- O level or A level certificate
- Birth certificate
- School Leaving Testimonial
- Local Government Certificate
- Admission letter
- Acceptance receipt
- Personal data form
- More details here