Will There Be Any Supplementary Admission List For 2016/2017 Unilag Postgraduate Admissions???

Will there be a second list for the 2016/2017 Unilag postgraduate admission list? That’s the questions on everyone’s mind now, I mean those who are yet to find their name on the 2016/2017 Unilag postgraduate admission list.

One thing I can tell you for sure is that more and more names will still be released either as an update to the current list or as a supplementary admission list.

As I write now Unilag is yet to even upload some departments online. Upload of list is still very much going on and you can check Here from time to time to see if there is a new update to the lists. 

Registration for those already on the list is ongoing and you can find details via this link; Registration Procedures For 2016/2017 Admitted Unilag Postgraduate Students.

To know when the next 2017/2018 Unilag Postgraduate application form will be on sale, click 2017/2018 Unilag Postgraduate application form updates 

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  1. Hi Timothy, Thank you for all the updates. You have been very helpful. I have already seen my name but I am still unable to log in to the current students portal to begin my online registration…. I have been trying since last Saturday. Additionally, I got married after applying for the postgraduate program and consequently, I have changed my last name. Would it be possible to change my name in the SPGS records or would I have to complete the program using my maiden name? Looking forward to your response.

    • You can change your name during the course of the Programme but go ahead with your registration using your maiden name for now.

  2. Good evening bro Tim please i have a question here my name came out on the 2016 unilag undergraduate merit admission list but when doing my registration the cybercafe man at unilag registered my medical details online and printed out a form without me telling him what to input i didnt even know about any medical form untill he had printed out mine my question is can i still edit my medical form online because he clicked submit before printing out my medical form thank you

  3. College of medicine shld pls release remitta number to allow postgraduate student to the university pay their acceptance fee

  4. I pray there’s going to be a supplementary list.
    Mr Tim, I want to ask a question please. Why didn’t Unilag state the list type they are posting e. g MERIT LIST. Because that got me thinking if there is going to be a supplementary list or not. Please could you help clarify?

  5. Hello Tim,whatz up with d PhD list,do u av an idea on wen it would be out and kindly help wit d fees also,tanks

  6. hi timothy, i register for pgd in biomedical engineering part time, even during the exam, i still indicated part time but my name still came out in full time, i have finished paying the obligatory and tuition fee, and i;m still working, is there a way i can change to part time

  7. Will there be extension of any sort to the 4 weeks slated for d registration of successful postgraduate students