Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Courses, School Fees, Form Portal & Admission.
The Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic is regarded as one of the best institutions to obtain a National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) in Nigeria. The Polytechnic, which is located at Ijebu Igbo, Ogun State receives quite a large number of applications from students via UTME entry. In 2018, the School recorded a total number of 1000+ matriculants.
With this high application and acceptance rate, we can deduce that their excellent educational services is one of the factors attracting students. This is why anyone who wants to attain the National Diploma Level in education will first of all consider the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, when making institution choices.
You might probably not be aware that the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic (AAPOLY) is owned and managed by the Ogun State Government, Nigeria. Also, the institution was established in 2006, and the idea of establishment was introduced by the ex-governor of Ogun State, Late Olabisi Onabanjo.
The Ex-Governor had the dream but death cut it short. However, due to his closeness to other royal families in the Ijebu Igbo area, the royal sons did not let the idea die with him, but instead rubbed minds together on how to bring the dream into a reality.
In the year, 2006, the dream finally came into a reality. The Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic was established and is recognised as a first class standard Polytechnic in the world at large. The Polytechnic has received numerous awarsd and recognitions due to its contribution to education in the state.
The State Polytechnic ensures to apply practicals in everything that is being done in the institution. That’s why you are advised to include the institution in your choice when making a decision. They have standard laboratories, standard workshop, and a first class ICT resource.
In fact, most of the recognitions the Polytechnic the institution has received were because of its value for ICT. Computer Engineering Technology students will be able to beat their chest for graduating from the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Ijebu Igbo.
One reason a lot of students prefer the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic is that the institution does not admit students based on their ethnicity. It is the culture of almost every Nigerian Institution to favour students who come from the areas where the school is located. They do Admission based on indigene and non-indigene.
It is way different at the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic. As long as you have and meet the requirements for admission, you are good to go. In fact, the acceptance rate for the AAPOLY for the 2018/2019 session was 89%. As long as the number of Applicants are not too many, expect yourself to be lucky.
For students who wish to attend the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, it is important that they know the school fees, as well as the courses offered in the school. Also, for those who have already picked the institution during JAMB registration, this article will reveal all necessary information about the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic to you, including the cut off mark for every course.
This will help to be aware ahead of time when choosing the course you want to study. Without wasting much time, let’s dive straight in!
Table of Contents
- 1 Courses Offered in the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Ijebu Igbo.
- 2 Admission Requirements into the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic.
- 3 Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic School Fees for Certificate Courses
- 4 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Courses Offered in the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Ijebu Igbo.
A wide range of courses are offered at Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, so there is a 99.9% probability that you will see your dream course here. However, if you do not find your course here, don’t worry because it might be added this year, and the only way you will know about it is by checking this blog for updates.
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Before we see the courses offered at AAPOLY, let’s see the schools in the institution. Basically, they are three in number. They include;
- School of Management and Business Studies.
- School of Science.
- School of Engineering Technology.
1. School of Management and Business Studies.
The Programmes/courses offered in the School of Management and Business Studies are;
- Banking and Finance
- Business Administration and Management
- Mass Communication
2. School of Sciences.
The Programmes Offered in the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, School of Sciences are;
- Science Laboratory Technology
- Computer Science
3. School of Engineering Technology.
The School of Engineering Technology, at the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic offered only full time National Diploma (ND) in the following programmes/courses;
- Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology
- Computer Engineering Technology
- Urban and Regional Planning
The School of Engineering Technology does not offer courses for part time ND students. The Schools of Sciences and Management & Business Studies are the only two that allow part time for the ND Programmes, which takes 3 academic sessions (basically 3 years).
On the other hand, full tile ND Programmes take a duration of 2 academic sessions. This proves that part-time programmes take longer to finish, when compared to full time ND programmes.
However, for students who wish to apply for the Higher National Diploma programme, be notified that only the School of Management & Business Studies accepts applicants for it. The school of Sciences and Engineering Technology does not offer Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes. Take note of this vital information.
Let us get to see the requirements for admission into the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Ijebu Igbo, Ogun State.
Admission Requirements into the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic.
National Diploma (ND) Full Time Programme Requirements.
To apply into the ND programmes, you must meet the following requirements;
- You must have at least 4 O’ level Credit passes including English Language and Mathematics at only one sitting. If you do not meet this qualification, you are required to have a minimum of 5 O’level Credit passes including Enlgish and Mathematics. Fair enough! Also note that the only O’ level examination bodies accepted are WAEC, NECO & NABTEB.
- You, as the applicant must have a minimum UTME score of 120. If you score below 120, then you are not eligible to apply into any Full Time ND programme in the school. Instead, you can just apply for a Part-Time ND programme. The Part Time Programmes run only on weekends.
- The applicant must have chosen the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, Ijebu Igbo as his/her First/Second Choice institution in JAMB.
Higher National Diploma (HND) Programme Requirements.
To apply into any of the HND programme, you(the applicant) must meet and fulfill the following conditions;
- Applicant must have a National Diploma (ND) with a minimum of Lower Credit in the relevant fields. Also, the applicant must have a minimum of 5 O’ level Credit passes including English Language and Mathematics at not more than 2 sittings.
- Applicant must have gone for a year Post ND Cognate experience (Industrial Training) and have a proof to show for it.
- Applicants with professional qualifications like ICAN will have a greater advantage over other applicants.
- Applicants who had less than a Lower credit (Pass grade) in their National Diploma will be required to have at least 2 years Post ND Cognate experience. If you had a Pass in your ND, and not up to 2 years of industrial training, then you will not be considered for admission.
All HND-seeking Aspirants should know that during Application into any of the Full-Time Programmes, they will be required to fill their JAMB Registration Number, which was used for their National Diploma Programme.
If you, as an HND Full-Time applicant fail to input your JAMB Registration number, you will not be considered for admission. Your JAMB Registration Number will be used to verify the details you have provided.
AAPOLY Admission Form Price.
Applicants putting in for the Full Time and Part Time National Diploma Programmes will have to pick up an admission form after paying a non-refundable sum of Twelve thousand, five hundred naira (N12,500).
On the other hand, candidates applying into the Full-Time and Part-Time Higher National Diploma Programmes will pay a sum of fifteen thousand, five hundred naira (N15,500) only for admission form.
Abraham Adesanya Acceptance Fee.
Upon Admission into the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, successful Candidates will be required to pay a one time non-refundable fee. This is known as the acceptance fee. The acceptance fee is paid only once.
It is used as an admission confirmation. That is, if you pay the fee, then you have accepted the admission space offered to you by the Polytechnic. On the other hand, if you fail to pay the acceptance fee before the stipulated time, then you have already rejected your Admission offer.
The Acceptance Fee for the various Programmes of Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic are listed below:
- ND (Full Time) – N25,000
- HND (Full Time) – N30,000
- ND (Part Time) – N30,000
- HND (Part Time) – N35,000
Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic School Fees for Certificate Courses
Recently, the administration of the AAPOLY introduced some certificate courses to be offered in the institution. Graduates of these courses receive a certificate at the end of the programme.
The introduction of this certificate Programmes was so to curb the issue of unemployment and poverty in the Ijebu Igbo area. The area, which was considered rural had a large number of poor masses who had no job at hand. Therefore, these certificate Programmes will give citizens the opportunity to learn handwork and skills, to become better people.
We all know Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic is a State Government institution, so we should expect the fees to be a bit high but actually worth it. The certificate courses and their school fees are;
- Computer Appreciation/Desktop Publishing – N40,000 (6 months).
- Computer Engineering and Programming – N40,000 (6 months).
- Block Making -N40,000 (6 months).
- Plumbing works – N40,000 (6 months).
- Photography – N40,000 (6 months).
- Decoration and Event Planning -N40,000 (6 months).
- Cake Making and Confectionaries – N40,000 (6 months).
- Carpentry/Furniture – N60,000 (12 months).
In addition to the enlistment of these aforementioned Certificate Courses, the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic has also introduced remedial courses to improve education in the Ijebu-Igbo area of Ogun State. The Remedial Courses include:
- JAMB UTME Coaching – N5,000 (4 months).
- WAEC Coaching – N5,000 (4 months).
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is the general cut off mark for the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic?
The Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic has announced that the general cut off mark for JAMB UTME admission is 120. This is the benchmark that all interested candidates must cross before they can be eligible to apply for the Post UTME.
The benchmark of 120 gives aspirants the opportunity to apply into full time National Diploma Programmes in the school. Students who scored less than 120 but wish to apply for the ND Programmes can only put in for Part Time sessions.
If you know you have scored lesser than 120 in your JAMB UTME, do not bother applying into full time ND Programmes. Your application will be considered invalid. Simple follow the instruction in the previous paragraph.
What is the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic School fees for the 2021/2022 Academic Session?
We know you are here because you want to know what the AAPOLY school fees is for the coming academic session. Unfortunately, the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic has not released the school fees list of all its ND and HND Programmes for the 2021/2022 Academic Session.
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However, based on the fees of last year, the Admission form for full time and Part Time National Diploma were N25,000 and N30,000 respectively. Also, the Full Time and Part Time Higher National Diploma costs N30,000 and N35,000 respectively.
Also, the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic school fees for the 2020/2021 session was not even up to a hundred thousand. So do not even expect up to that for the 2021/2022 Academic Session.
When will the AAPOLY 2021/2022 Post UTME form come out?
The Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic has not announced the release of the 2021/2022 Admission forms. This could be because of the current global pandemic. We expect that the forms will be released by the ending of the year or latest early in the year 2021.
Last Updated on January 13, 2021 by Bayo Samson