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TASUED Part-Time Form 2022/2023 is Out [UPDATED]

TASUED Part-Time Form 2022 is Out! Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) Part-time Weekend Admission Form for 2022/2023 Session has been released. Form cost N10,000. The CEPEP Screening Exercise Date has been released.


Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) Centre for Part-time and External Programmes (CEPEP) is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into its degree programmes for the 2022/2023 academic session.

LATEST UPDATE: TASUED CEPPS screening test update, 2022/2023

Candidates Eligible to Apply for TASUED Part-Time Admission

The admission requirements for Part-Time Bachelor’s Degree Programme for both 100L and Direct Entry Candidates are as follows:


  • WAEC/NECO Senior School Certificate (SSCE), General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (GCE O’Level) or their equivalents with credits in five (5) subjects obtained at not more than two sittings and National Technical Certificate/National Business Certificate (NTC/NBC) for Vocational courses only.

DIRECT ENTRY: 4 YEARS PROGRAMME (Vacation and Weekend)

  1. Nigeria Certificate in Education (N.C.E.) with at least Merit in 2 core subjects, GCE A’Level with passes in two subjects and OND/HND (for some courses) in relevant areas with at least Lower credit.  Cambridge (A’ level) Certificate with passes in at least two subjects and Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUBEB) with passes in at least two subjects are required in addition to (1) above for Direct Entry.  Advanced National Technical/Business Certificate (ANTC, ANBC) is acceptable for Vocational courses only in addition to 1 above.

Note: A credit in O’Level English language is required for all courses.

TASUED Part-Time Courses

A. College of Specialized and Professional Education

  1. Ed. Adult Education
  2. Ed. Counseling Psychology
  3. Ed. Early Childhood Education
  4. Ed. Educational Management
  5. Ed. Educational Technology
  6. Library & Information Science

B. College of Vocational and Technology Education

  1. Sc. (Ed.) Agricultural Production and Management Science.
  2. Sc. (Ed.) Business Education
  3. Sc. (Ed.) Secretarial Administration.
  4. Sc. (Ed.) Home Economics & Hotel Management.
  5. Sc. (Ed.) Technical Education with options in: (i) Automobile Technology (ii)Metal (iii) Building (iv) Woodwork (v) Electrical/Electronics.

C. College of Humanities

  1. A. (Ed.) History and Diplomatic Studies.
  2. A. (Ed.) Christian Religious Studies.
  3. A. (Ed.) Fine and Applied Arts.
  4. A. (Ed.) Islamic Studies.
  5. A. (Ed.) French.
  6. A. (Ed.) English Studies.
  7. A. (Ed.) Yoruba.

D. College of Sciences and Information Technology

  1. Sc. (Ed.) Computer Science.
  2. Sc. (Ed.) Biology.
  3. Sc. (Ed.) Physics.
  4. Sc. (Ed.) Mathematics.
  5. Sc. (Ed.) Chemistry.
  6. Sc. (Ed.) Human Kinetics.
  7. Sc. (Ed.) Health Education

E. College of Social and Management Sciences

  1. Sc. (Ed.) Economics.
  2. Sc. (Ed.) Political Science.
  3. Sc. (Ed.) Geography & Environmental Management.
  4. Sc. (Ed.) Social Studies.
  5. Sc. (Ed.) Transport Planning and Management.

Special Courses Requirements.

  1. A credit in O’Level Mathematics is required for all Sciences, Vocational and Technical and Social Science-based courses.
  2. Credit in Literature in English is required for English Language.
  3. A credit in at least one science subject is required for Mathematics.
  4. Candidates wishing to study Educational Management should have obtained credit in English Language, Mathematics and Economics at the Ordinary Level.
  5. Credits in any two (2) of Geography, Economics, Government, Commerce, Christian Religious Knowledge, Islamic Religious Knowledge, History and Yoruba are acceptable for the study of Social Studies.
  6. Candidates wishing to study Counseling Psychology with teaching subject options in science and social sciences must have credit in Mathematics

Before you proceed please make sure you study the TASUED Part-Time Requirement for all Courses

How to Apply for TASUED Part-time Admission

Part-Time forms with brochure can be obtained on-line through the following step by step procedure:

1. Apply for the Admissions process by clicking Apply Now on an open Application. You will be required to fill an account profile creation form
(Please fill the form correctly and supply a VALID EMAIL ADDRESS and PHONE NUMBER because your login details will be sent to whatever email address you provided)

2. To proceed with your application, you will need to activate your profile account. Check your email inbox (or Spam) for your activation link and your LOGIN credentials.

3.If you had already created an account or you are a formal student of this instutution, Click Login to continue with your Application Form or apply for a new open Admission

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4. Continue by paying the necessary fees and then carefully filling the Application Form. Check that all the information provided is correct and valid before submitting your application.

5. Obtain the appropriate Result Checker scratch (WAEC, NECO or NABTEB) to submit and verify your O’Level result using our Online Result Verification System.

6. Print a copy of the Application form and Screening Slip with the necessary information on it


Admission forms are available at a cost of Ten thousand Naira (N10,000) only.



TASUED Part-Time Entrance Exam

This is to invite candidates who applied for admission in to part-time programmes of Tai Solarin University of Education that the screening test is scheduled as follows:

  • Date: Wednesday, 5th of April 2023
  • Time: 9am – 12pm
  • Venue: e-Learning/University Block, Ijagun Campus

The results of the screening exercise should be checked on the University Website a week after the screening.

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