Alvan Ikoku COE Admission List | Alvan Ikoku College of Education Degree Admission List for the 2019/2020 academic session is out. All candidates who applied for admission into the Degree programme of the college can proceed to check if they have been offered admission. Candidates are to follow the steps below to check their admission status.
How To Check Alvan Ikoku COE Admission List
- Candidates are to visit: https://app.alvanikoku.edu.ng/verify
- Enter their JAMB Registration Number in the space provided
- Click on “Continue” and proceed to check your admission status
INSTRUCTIONS TO ADMITTED STUDENTS
Successful candidates should take the following steps for their registration process;
- Log onto www.alvanikoku.edu.ng and click on Student Portal to generate their Acceptance Fee Invoice. Proceed with your invoice to Alvan Microfinance Bank to make your payment. Pay the Acceptance Fee with your IPR invoice.
- Return to the College ICT Centre with your payment receipt to print the Admission Screening Documents. Proceed to the College Admissions Unit with originals of the following:
- Birth Certificate
- LGA Identification
- JAMB Result Slip
- Acknowledgement Slip
- Passport Photograph
- Evidence of Payment of Acceptance Fee.
NB: All printed screening documents. Open your files with the screening officers.
Best wishes to all admitted candidates!!
Alvan Ikoku College Of Education
Alvan Ikoku was Born on August 1, 1900, in Amanagwu Arochukwu, present-day Abia State, from 1911 to 1914, he was educated at the Arochukwu Government Primary School and from 1915 to 1920, he attended Hope Waddell College, Calabar where he was a student under James Emmanuel Aggrey and was mates with Akanu Ibiam and Eyo Eyo Esua. In 1920, he received his first teaching appointment with the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria and Church of Scotland at Itigidi and two years later became a senior tutor at St. Paul’s Teachers’ Training College, Awka, Anambra State.
In the year 1962, that was when he called for an ‘Education Bill of Rights‘ for primary school education to be free for six years nationwide in Nigeria. This was later accepted by the Federal Military Government as from 1976. Today free education to all primary school has been granted. Dr Ikoku still remains a great icon in Nigerian academic and educational development and one of the most outstanding educationists ever had in Nigeria.
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