Were you offered admission at the Baze University, BAZE in the 2020/2021 academic year? This post will guide you through the process of obtaining your official BAZE Admission Letter on JAMB Portal & School Portal respectively for 2020/2021 and Past Years.
The Admission Letter is an official letter document from the school and Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) which indicates that you have been offered provisional admission into the Baze University (BAZE).
The document contains information about the school offered admission, the faculty/school/college, department, the degree you are pursuing and the duration of the course, basically everything you need to know about your admission.
In order to be certified as a formal student of any tertiary institution in Nigeria, you will be issued an admission letter from your institution and JAMB. Below is how to download and print your admission letter from JAMB and BAZE.
How to Print Your BAZE Admission Letter
Before you proceed to print your admission letter, make you confirm your admission status on BAZE Admission List and JAMB Admission Status Portal and also accept your admission offer on JAMB CAPS.
If the above steps have been completed, then you are ready to obtain your admission letter.
How to Print Your JAMB Admission Letter
This Admission Letter is issued by JAMB. To obtain yours, click the button below, it will redirect you to the JAMB Admission Letter Printing Guide. Follow the steps there to obtain your official JAMB Admission Letter.
How to Print Your BAZE Admission Offer Letter
This Admission Letter is issued by your institution. To obtain yours, you may need to complete the necessary registrations and document submission and have access to the student portal. We advise you to consult the admission department for further details.
The following steps may be helpful to access the student portal and download your admission letter pdf.
- Goto the BAZE Student Portal
- Log in to the portal using your student login details
- Navigate the portal to Download your BAZE Admission Letter.
Please contact your school admission department for help as we have limited information for now.
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