Admission Requirements


Since its establishment in 2001, this Federal College of Education in Kano has made huge progress in its development, boasting of high calibre lecturers and academic and non-academic staff in its rank. The establishment of the institution only emphasizes the rise of education in the northern part of Nigeria. Since its establishment, the university has been regarded among growing colleges of educations in the Northern part of the country. With standard facilities, the college of education is poised to producing graduates that can vie with any other education graduates in various fields across the country.

  • Jamb Requirements To gain admission into the Federal College of Education Kano, applicant must score at least 100 in JAMB and must have JAMB admission letter duly printed.
  • SSCE Certification¬†Candidates applying for admission into FCE Kano (Federal College of Education, Kano) must have a minimum of 5 credits in Mathematics and English and other relevant subjects as it relates to his or her course of study in not more than two (2) sittings to be eligible to sit for their post UTME screening aptitude test. Please note that Federal College of Education, Kano except via special consideration, does not accept awaiting results, which would only be at the discretion of the management of the college of education.

It should be noted that although the JAMB cut off mark for admission into the Federal College of Education Kano has been set to 100, getting marks above this cut off does not essentially guarantee admission into the institution. Candidate is still required to go through internal screening exercise and pass. While scoring above the cut off mark gives candidate better chances of gaining admission into the college of education, the internal screening exercise determines the overall process.

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