University of Benin makes it compulsory for candidates who passed their post UTME screening test and have their names on the UNIBEN admission list to physically come immediately for clearance & registration exercise. This exercise requires the physical and online submission of original and photocopies documents for your clearance to be deemed complete in UNIBEN.
In this post, I will be providing you with all necessary documents required for your clearance in UNIBEN as well as other very vital information needed to help you settle easily as a UNIBEN fresher.
In many instances, I’ve received questions from fresh students who newly gained admission into UNIBEN and this has prompted me to help out with this article as many others will definitely be in need of such assistance.
Below are the various questions I have been receiving from newly admitted candidates like you. Yes I use the term newly admitted candidates because your provisional admission can still be revoked if you can’t provide all necessary documents as required by the University of Benin.
FAQs on UNIBEN Clearance Documents
I’ve been given admission into UNIBEN what is next?
I have been given admission into UNIBEN, what documents should I carry for clearance?
Should I carry only Photocopies of my documents or both Original and photocopies?
Is age declaration or birth certificate needed for screening?
What is the difference between screening and clearance?
Am I going to pay for registration?
The above are what I will be explaining clearly in the cause of spelling out all necessary documents you need for your screening registration exercise.
|I’ve been given admission into UNIBEN what is next?||The first thing is for you to pay the UNIBEN acceptance fee and wait for clearance/registration.|
|I have been given admission into UNIBEN, what documents should I carry for clearance?||The required documents by UNIBEN has been stated below.|
|Should I carry only Photocopies of my documents or both Original and photocopies?||You are to carry both photocopies and originals of all your documents except First school leaving certificate.|
|Is age declaration or birth certificate needed for screening?||In UNIBEN, age declaration or birth certificate is highly important. You can use either of both.|
|What is the difference between screening and clearance?||Screening is done before admission is given, it requires ensuring you are eligible to participate in the UNIBEN post UTME exercise. While clearance is done after you have been given a provisional admission by UNIBEN. It involves submitting and uploading your original documents online (UNIBEN Portal).|
|Am I going to pay for clearance?||At various stages, payments are made during clearance.|
Having answered the above, now I will be listing all the documents needed for clearance in UNIBEN as a fresh student either via UTME or DE (Direct Entry).
List of Documents Required for Clearance in UNIBEN
- Birth Certificate or Age declaration
- WAEC or NECO/NABTEB result:- Statement of result or certificate
(Certificates are expected from 2019 and below for WAEC, and 2017 and below for NECO, NABTEB)
- Scratch Card(s) to enable access to the above uploaded results NECO; WAEC; NABTEB: etc should be uploaded to enable confirmation of same.
- Local Government of origin Certificate or Affidavit of Local Government Area of origin
- JAMB result slip with passport
- JAMB admission letter (Institution copy)
- Acceptance letter
- Guarantor’ s letter
- Affidavit of Good Conduct
- Affidavit of Non-Membership of secret cult
- A RED BACKGROUND PASSPORT AT THE SIDE OF THE JAMB BIOMETRIC PICTURE
Having provided the above documents and uploaded to UNIBEN portal, you can then start with other registrations like course registration, apply for hostel accommodation (optional), pay your faculty and departmental dues and so on.
It is always advisable for fresh students in UNIBEN to mix up with other fresh students so as to share ideas and carry on with the clearance procedure together. This always help in making sure you don’t miss out on any important registration.