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Renaissance University Post-UTME 2020: Cut-off mark, eligibility and Registration details

This is to inform the general public that Admission into Renaissance University for the 2021/2022 Academic Session is on. All interested and qualified candidates are to apply.

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Renaissance University Post-UTME 2020: Cut-off mark, eligibility and Registration details

Renaissance University is made up of three faculties (Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences, Faculty of Management and Social Sciences and Faculty of Law).

We offer various courses that are accredited by the National University Council (NUC). Our courses are taught by well-qualified lecturers and professors in our eco-friendly environment.

This is put in place to ensure that you get the best and quality education that you deserve. The courses we offer are listed below to help you with your decision.

Natural and Applied Sciences

 Biochemistry

 Computer Science

 Industrial Chemistry

 Industrial Physics

 Micro Biology

Management and Social Sciences

 Accountancy

 Business Administration

 Economics

 History and International Relations

 Mass Communication

 Political Science

 Psychology

 Banking and Finance

Faculty of Law

 Law

HOW TO APPLY 

Admission into Renaissance University is still in process. Prospective candidates can apply by providing their details through our online application. We admit students through our Regular Admission Process.

Requirements For Regular Admission

Candidates are expected to possess the following

A Minimum JAMB score of 120 (RNU&-8217;s minimum UTME score)

Five (5) credits in WAEC or NECO (not more than two sittings)

Click on this link to start your Application https://www.rnu.edu.ng/rnu_admission/regular_admission.php

Ongoing protest at Renaissance university over student’s death

Students of Renaissance university, Enugu state are currently protesting in the school after a student of the institution allegedly died due to the negligence of the school&-8217;s medical center.

 

Ongoing protest at Renaissance university over student’s death

According to reports, the deceased student simply identified as Obinna, had a kidney problem but was wrongly given malaria medications and placed on drip for weeks by the school clinic without proper diagnosis and testing. 
 

His condition got worst and he was finally taken to an hospital outside the school, where he was diagnosed of having kidney problem. 
 

Obinna eventually passed on yesterday, November 8, due to wrong medication and late diagnosis. 

Management of Renaissance University gives details on death of 400l student

The Management of Renaissance University, Ugbawka, Enugu State, has provided details on the death of Obinna, a 400-level student of the institution. This was contained in a statement issued by the University Registrar, Mr Adedeji Olusola Adebayo.

His statement read, “On 3rd November 2020, Obinna Emmanuel Anorue, a 400 level student of History, reported at the university clinic late in the evening. He complained of fever and headache. He was transported to the clinic of our nearby affiliate institution, Mea Mater Elizabeth High School, where he was examined by the doctor and medications administered to stabilize him. He said he was okay, ate his dinner and was taken back to the university.

Management of Renaissance University gives details on death of 400l student

“Two days later (5th November), he came back to the clinic complaining of the same fever and headache, and on examination had tender epigastrium (upper part of the abdomen). He was also found not to be compliant with his medications. He was encouraged to adhere to his medications with antacids added.

“The next day when he was said to still be febrile and not adhering to the drug regimen, the doctor referred him to the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), despite his insistence that he was doing good.

“But while on transit, he was reportedly diverted to the 82 Division Military Hospital. He subsequently reportedly passed in a private hospital in the early hours of yesterday.

“This is a moment of immense grief and sadness for the entire university community. Management is deeply pained by his tragic loss. Our hearts go out to Obinna’s family for the devastating heartbreak they are experiencing.

“We know the terrible news is difficult to process and affects members of our university community particularly his fellow students and friends. However, we urge for responsibility in the accounts dished out to the public in order not to dishonour his memory and aggravate the grief of his family and loved ones.

“The university is in touch with the family and is open to any inquiry that will establish what may have happened.”

We had earlier reported that the students passed on at a hospital outside the school where he was diagnosed with having kidney problem.

Renaissance University gets Law faculty accreditation

Renaissance University, Ugbwaka, Enugu state has met the accreditation requirements of the Council of Legal Education in Nigeria to offer the Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree programme.

The approval was conveyed by the Council in a letter to the Vice-Chancellor of the university, citing its “marked improvements in the number of lecturers and physical facilities” in the faculty of Law.

Renaissance University gets Law faculty accreditation

Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Thaddeus Eze made this known during a press briefing on the 15th anniversary of the university. He also recognized the efforts of the Dean of the faculty and other members of the committee tasked with spearheading the preparations towards achieving the approval status, saying they were exemplary in their unwavering commitment and passion for excellence.

 

Renaissance University JUPEB admission form for 2020/2021 session

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the JUPEB programme of Renaissance University. This programme is designed to prepare candidates seeking Direct Entry admission into 200 Level undergraduate programme of Renaissance University.

The Programme leads to the award of JUPEB Certificate which enables successful candidates, after the examinations administered by JUPEB to gain Direct Entry admissions into 200 level of the Degree of Renaissance University.

Renaissance University JUPEB admission form for 2020/2021 session

Eligibility:

Eligible candidates must possess a minimum of 5 Credits at a maximum of two sitings in at least 5 subjects relevant to the candidates desired course (English and Mathematics included).

Application Process:

Applicants should visit the school&-8217;s website to complete the online JUPEB Application Form from the school&-8217;s Admissions Page

Complete the online form by providing the details required for the JUPEB programme.

Payments are made by raising a bank draft of Two Hundred and Thirty-Six Thounsand Naira only (N236,000) from any bank in favour of Renaissance University and submitted upon arrival to the university. This amount covers the following:

School Fees and Accomodation &-8211; N200,000

Acceptance Fee + Registration &-8211; N36,000

For more information or enquiry

Email: [email protected]

Call: Registrar &-8211; +2348064416416, Admissions Officer &-8211; +2348067766018