Adeyemi College of Education Direct Entry Requirements

Adeyemi College of Education is located in Ondo state. The College of Education was established in 1963 and has grown to be a first-class college of Education in the country. The school graduates qualified teachers to teach in secondary schools and teachers’ training colleges. The college also trains its students to conduct research and experiments on the different methods of teaching at all levels of education in Nigeria. In the other hand you might want to check and Review the classical education guidelines of Providence Classical School to compare the many differences.

This article provides information on the admission requirements for direct entry-level students, eligibility, college departments and cut-off marks, how to obtain the Post-UTME form, direct entry admission screening registration details, school fees and other necessary details for the new school session at the student resources center. Read the details below.

The categories of candidate eligible to obtain the College Post UTME screening form are:
i.  UTME candidates who scored a minimum of 180 marks (For Degree Programmes)
ii. UTME candidates who scored a minimum of 140 marks (For NCE Programmes)
iii.  Candidates who possess a Minimum of 8 points in addition to obtaining two (2) Merit passes in their NCE final examination (For Direct Entry students)

Adeyemi College of Education Direct Entry Requirements

Requirements for Admission into Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo state

  1. On meeting the cut off marks above, candidates must also have chosen Adeyemi College of Education, (ACE) Ondo, as their institution of first choice on the JAMB form.
    All qualified candidates who did not make the college their institution of first choice and are still interested in studying with the school, are advised to change their institution of first choice to Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo (Affiliated to OAU, Ile-Ife) to obtain a degree programme before applying for a Post UTME screening exercise.
    iii. All direct entry candidates are also required to submit the hard copy of their NCE result to the division of admissions in the college before they will be considered for admission.

         Method of Application for Adeyemi College of Education Post UTME screening exercise

Candidates are to register on the school’s website for the screening exercise. This is after the payment of N2,000.00 which is a non-refundable fee. This registration fee will be paid via etranzact or Remita at any commercial bank. One can also pay online using a debit or credit card.
After payment of the registration fee has been confirmed, candidates are required to take the following steps on the college’s portal:

1. Fill the online form carefully and correctly. The option of editing is not available once the application form is submitted.
2. Upload a clear passport photograph (No eyeglasses or veil is permitted). Passport photograph size not more than 50kb and must be in JPEG or JPG format.
3. Upload your SSCE such as WAEC / NECO/ NABTEB/NCE results as applicable.
4. Ensure that all information in the form is properly and completely provided.
5. Cross-check your entries properly.
6. Submit your application form.
7. Print out the Post UTME Screening slip.
Any candidate that supplies wrong information will have his/her admission withdrawn and may be prosecuted by Law enforcement agencies. Candidates who are considered qualified would be contacted.
Ensure you provide an email address(es) and phone numbers that are active so you will receive information from the college if you have been qualified to sit for the Post-UTME screening exercise. The College will not be responsible if a candidate does not receive information as a result of the phone number(s) not functioning or invalid email addresses.

For further enquiries, you can contact the school at the following addresses:

Phone number(s): 08153461371,09091574554, 09074031412, 08089119566. OR


College website:

Acceptance Fee of Adeyemi College of Education, check it out for the best education and apply for an scholarship.

Freshers or newly admitted students such as direct entry-level students for a degree program are required to pay an acceptance fee of Twenty-Five Thousand Naira (N25,000.00) which non-refundable. An acceptance fee of Twenty Thousand Naira (N20,000.00) is required for NCE Candidates. Candidates are to log into their school portal for payment
Students are strongly warned not to make payments through any consultant/agent or firm. All payments should be made on the school portal. The College does not have designated agents, consultant or firms to accept payments for admission.

The deadline for the payment of the Acceptance fee for Adeyemi College of Education is Tuesday, 20th November 2018.

If one does not pay the acceptance fee on or before the deadline, he or she would have his or her admission reversed and the space allocated to other candidates on the waiting list. The acceptance fee is a prerequisite for the final screening.

Courses offered in the Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo and the Post UTME cut off mark

  • Economics- 00
  • Geography- 40
  • History- 75
  • Religious studies- 38
  • Social studies- 13
  • Guidance and Counselling- 50
  • Biology- 38
  • Chemistry- 50
  • Integrated Science- 00
  • Mathematics- 75
  • Physics- 75
  • Physical and Health Education- 00
  • English- 00
  • French- 13
  • Yoruba- 63
  • Agricultural Science- 50
  • Fine and Applied Arts- 63
  • Home Economics- 00

Schools and Departments in the Adeyemi College of Education

School of Science

Departments under the School of Science are:

Department of Biology

Department of Chemistry

Department of Computer Science

Department of Integrated Science

Department of Mathematics

Department of Physical and Health Education

Department of Physics.

The undergraduates (B.Sc) Education programmes are:

B.Sc (Ed) Biology
B.Sc (Ed) Chemistry
B.Sc (Ed) Integrated Science/Mathematics
B.Sc (Ed) Mathematics
B.Sc (Ed) Physics
B.Sc (Ed) Physical and Health Education

School of Education

Department of Continuing Education (DCE), Adult and Non-Formal Education
Department of Educational Administration and Planning
Department of Educational Foundations and Counselling
Department of Educational Technology (DET)
Department of General Studies (GS)
Department of Primary Education Studies (PES)
Department of Early Childhood and Care Education (ECCE)
Department of Special Education and Curriculum Studies

Arts & Social Sciences

Department of Geography

Department of History

Department of Religious studies.

Department of Social studies

Department of Music Education

Department of Economics

School of Vocational and Technical Education

Business Education

Vocational and Technical Education

Agricultural Science

Home Economics

Fine and Applied Arts