FUTA Admission Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure for 2019/2020 Session

This is to inform all the candidates offered provisional admission into the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) first degree Programmes for the 2019/2020 academic session that the management of the institution has released the acceptance fee payment procedure.

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FUTA Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure.

GENERATE REMITA RETRIEVAL REFERENCE

  • To generate REMITA RETRIEVAL REFERENCE visit www.futa.edu.ng/firarsnew/welcome/admissions and check in with your jamb reg no, then scroll down to click on generate now
  • Proceed to any of the below banks:
    • First Bank
    • WEMA Bank
    • UBA Bank
    • Access Bank
    • Diamond Bank
    • GTBank
    • Keystone Bank
    • First City
    • Monument Bank
    • Heritage
    • Enterprise Bank
    • Sterling Bank
    • Mainstreet Bank
    • Zenith Bank
    • Ecobank
    • Fidelity Bank
    • Union Bank
    • Skye Bank
    • Unity Bank
  • Pick a deposit slip.
  • Fill as appropriate
    • Account Name : FUTA Acceptance Fee
    • Account Number: RRR
    • Amount : #45,300(bank charges inclusive)
    • Depositors name: Your name as written on your jamb slip
    • and others specified*
  • At the top of the teller please write the RRR code you Generate from your admission Status & your Jamb registration number
  • After a successful payment then proceed to the school portal www.futa.edu.ng/firarsnew/welcome/admissions to confirm payment
  • Login & Click on confirm acceptance Fee and input your RRR code as appropriate in the space provided.
  • After a successful confirmation you can now proceed to print your Admission letter
READ  FUTA JUPEB Admission Form for 2019/2020 Session [UABS]

Deadline:  22nd November 2019.

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