12 Jul

Decisions of Senate at its Emergency Meeting held on Tuesday, 28th May, 2019
Senate, at its Emergency meeting held on Tuesday, 28th May, 2019, deliberated exhaustively on various issues brought before it and decided as follows:

  • Staff Residency within 30 Kilometers Radius
    Senate was informed that on the recommendation of the University Management to Council, rather than the 15 kilometers radius, 30 kilometers radius has been approved by Council. University Staff are enjoined to comply with the above directive.
  • Teaching by Older Professors
    Members were informed that the University Governing Council had noted with dismay that some older Professors had formed the habit of re assigning their allocated courses to junior Academic Staff in their Departments and earn free salaries without performing their duties.
    Consequently, Senate directed that Heads of Departments should inform those concerned that the University Governing Council had decided that all professors who are in this habit should henceforth teach all their courses themselves.
  • Early payment of school fees and registration for courses
    The Vice-Chancellor drew members’ attentions to the ugly trend by students of the University, who do not pay school fees early and registration for courses. He noted that the University open the Portal, for registration of their courses from the beginning of each semester for a period allowed for the exercise and thereafter impose late registration penalty. Members noted that the University had opened the Portal after several times, closed, and graciously re-open it to enable students complete registration process. After due deliberation on the issue, Senate directed that Deans and Head of Departments should advise their students to pay their school fees early enough and register for their courses thereafter.
    The trend whereby students pay school fees without registration for their courses is not acceptable. To avoid late registration and non registration for the session, students must make it a point of duty to pay school fees and complete their registration formalities before the Mid-semester Test, failure which they may fall into extension.
  • Poor Attendance at the Emergency Meeting some Deans and HODS
    Senate frowned very seriously at the above observation as the purpose of attending Senate meetings was to make contributions that would assist the growth and progress of academic activities in the University. Absence from meeting robs Senate of the contribution of members. Senate therefore directed that the practice of absenting from meetings should stop.
  • Lukewarm attitude of Lecturers to Invigilation of Computer Based Examin
    The Vice-Chancellor drew members’ attention to the Lukewarmness of Lecturers to invigilation of the CBE. Senate noted that the invigilation of CBE was a serious business.

Consequently, Senate directed that should this attitude persist, the Lecturers concerned would be queried. Furthermore, Head of Departments were requested to hold meetings with their academic staff to deliberate on the issue.

The purpose of this memo, therefore, is to inform you of the above Senate’s decisions for your further necessary action and compliance, please.
Thank you.

Ambrose E. Odiase, MANUPA, MIPMA
Deputy Registrar (Senate)

for: Registrar

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Above is for the information of the University community.

Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

10 Jul


Sunday,30th June, 2019 - All Students come into Halls of Residence

Monday, 1st July, 2019 - Second semester lecture begins

Wednesday, 21st August, 2019 - Mid semester tests for all students -Saturday, 24th August, 2019

Friday, 27th September, 2019 - Second semester Lectures end

Wednesday, 2nd October, 2019 - Second semester examinations begin with GST and ENT Courses

Thursday, 31st October, 2019 - Second semester examination end

Monday, 2nd December, 2019 - Faculty Boards meet to consider results-Friday, 7th December, 2019

Wednesday, 18th December, 2019 - Meeting of Senate to consider results -Friday, 20th December, 2019

Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

09 Jul


The University management has approved the auctioning of the unserviceable vehicles in the University. The Board of Survey for the disposal of unserviceable vehicles set up by the management for this purpose has identified the unserviceable vehicles and their various locations.

The locations of the unserviceable vehicles are as listed below.


  1. Peugeot 504 GR Car No ED 113 K
  2. Peugeot 505 Car No FG 17E45 AAU Engraved
  3. Peugeot 505 Car No CW 809 BEN
  4. Peugeot 505 Car No BD 6957 K
  5. Peugeot 504 Car No BD 7378 K
  6. Peugeot 504 Car No ED 408 K Engraved
  7. Peugeot 504 Car No BD 6195 K
  8. Peugeot 505 S.R 2.0
  9. Peugeot 504 Car No ED 120 K
  10. Peugeot 504 Car No BD 6201 K
  11. Peugeot 504 S/W Car No BD 5829 K
  12. Peugeot 505 S.R 2.0 Inscribed BENSU
  13. Peugeot 505 S.R 1.8 Engraved AAU
  14. Peugeot 505 Saloon
  15. Peugeot 505 Wagon Car No BD 6324 K
  16. Peugeot 504 /200/W
  17. Peugeot 504 Car No ED 440 K
  18. Toyota Hiace
  19. Peugeot 504 Car No AH 321 RRU
  20. Peugeot 504 Car No AG 742 EKP
  21. Kia Cerreto


  1. Peugeot 504 Engraved EDSU
  2. Hiace Bus, 06H25ED
  3. Mercedes 1317 Water Tanker
  4. Mercedes 911 Lorry Tanker
  5. Water Tanker 14.170
  6. Tractor MAN 8075 STEYR
  7. Peugeot 504 AG 913 EKP Engraved
  8. Coaster Bus inscribed AAU
  9. Coaster Bus, Edo state University
  10. Mercedes 1317 Lorry Tanker
  11. M.A.N.R 2305 (Tractor Bucket)
  12. M.A.N.R 2305 (Tractor Bucket)


  1. Peugeot 504 GR Car No AG 914 EKP
  2. Peugeot Saloon BD 4779 K
  3. Peugeot Saloon BD 6970 K Bensu Inscribed
  4. 504 Saloon, AH 323 RRU


  1. Peugeot S/Wagon
  2. Peugeot S/W BD 6346 K

Interested person(s) who wish(es) to bid for any of the listed unserviceable vehicles should report at the above mentioned location where the vehicles are identified on Wednesday, 10th July, 2019 from 9am-3pm.


Board of Survey for the disposal of unserviceable Vehicles

Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

09 Jul


This is to invite the University Community to the Commissioning of NNPC/SNEPCo Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Centre Project at Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, Edo State, scheduled as follows:

Date:      Wednesday, 10th July, 2019
Time:     10:00am Prompt
Venue:   NNPC/SNEPCo ICT CENTRE, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma
              Opposite Elumelu Examination Centre.

The ICT Centre project at AAU-Ekpoma is funded by the NNPC and executed by SNEPCo as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility programmes; to enhance the development of ICT Education in Nigeria. The scope of the project includes the construction, furnishing and equipping of ICT centre with modern IT facilities (Wifi Lounge, Computer Laboratories, Conference rooms, lecture hall, Office spaces, equipment rooms etc).

All Deans, Directors and Heads of Departments are hereby requested to mobilize to the ceremony to welcome and appreciate officials of NNPC/SNEPCo, and other guests to the ceremony.

All relevant organs of the University are required to play their usual roles to ensure the success of the ceremony.

Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

09 Jul

The Dean, Faculty of Education, Prof. (Mrs.) Eunice Oti Omoregie, on behalf of the Board of Faculty of Education cordially invites the University community and the general public to the Special Guest Lecture of the Faculty of Education.

Scheduled to hold as follows:
Date:       Thursday, 11th July, 2019
Time:      10:00am Prompt
Venue:    Chris Oyakhilomen Auditorium

Under the Distinguished Chairmanship of
Prof. Ignatius A. Onimawo,
Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.

To be delivered by:   Prof. Diana O. Arubayi,
                                 Professor of Home Economics Education
                                 Department of Vocational Education
                                 Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State.
Topic: Dress Sense Framework: Concepts, Factors and Contemporary Relevance.

Prof. (Mrs.) Eunice Oti Omoregie
Dean, Faculty of Education, AAU, Ekpoma.



Dr. (Mrs.) Dorcas E. Krubu                                              Mr. Kennedy Ediagbonya
Chairman, Distinguished Lecture Committee       Secretary, Distinguished Lecture Committee

Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

18 Jun


All 2019/2020 UTME candidates who applied to Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma as institution of First Choice, with a UTME score of 170 and above are required to pay for the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma Screening exercise online application form at a fee of N2,000.00 (Two thousand Naira) only using their ATM Debit cards on Interswitch.

Procedure for Online Application:
Candidates are advised to apply online at https://aaue.waeup.org and make payment with their ATM debit cards on Interswitch.
All such candidates must upload their coloured passport photographs, fill in all relevant certificates/documents (WAEC/NECO/NATEB etc.) with the correct examination number, exam date, exam type, scratch card PIN and serial number) to the portal.
Candidates should preview and confirm that the passport photograph is properly uploaded as no compliant of wrong or blank picture will be entertained after submission of forms.

Direct Entry:
All Direct Entry candidates who applied to JAMB for admission and chose Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, as Institution of First Choice are also required to complete the online application form for their screening exercise. All such candidates must enter all relevant certificates/documents (WAEC/NECO/NATEB, NEC, DIPLOMA/DEGREE etc.) with the correct examination number and pin) to the Portal.

All candidates (both UTME and Direct Entry) are to note that:    

    i.  The cost of the online Application form is N2,000.00(Two thousand naira) only.
    ii.  All names should be written in full when completing the online application form as
        no initials shall be entertained.

Mode of Screening:
The screening exercise for all candidates would be done strictly ONLINE by screening of qualifying results of candidates. There shall be no physical screening.

Awaiting Result
ONLINE screening for candidates with awaiting result will be done at a later date to be communicated to affected candidates.

Application Forms:
Application forms for both UTME and Direct Entry (DE) candidates will be available online for completion and submission from Monday, 17th of June, 2019 to Thursday, 18th of July, 2019.

Candidates should check the University website ww.aauekpoma.edu.ng and Portal at https://aaue.waeup.org regularly for other details on the application/admission procedure.


  1. Any Applicant who fails to fill and submit the form online may forteit his/her eligibility for consideration of the 2019/2020 academic session’s admission exercise.
  2. Applicants that provide false information or upload incorrect credentials online will automatically be ‘disqualified’ 


C.M. Adamaigbo, KSC, MANUPA

Above is for the information and further necessary action of all qualified 2019/2020 candidates who applied to Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, as Institution of first choice and scored 170 and above.

Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

18 Jun

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into a six- months Certificate in Practical Training in Office Technology of Ambrose Alli University, Consultancy Services, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State.

The resources persons are drawn from the Department of Business Education specializes in Office Technology. Management Education, Typewriting and Office Word Computer Processing are part of the Department area of specialty.

A candidate must possess at least three credits passes in the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE), or NECO or NABTED or Teachers’ Grade II or its equivalent certificate recognized by Ambrose Alli University. Candidates without Mathematics may be considered. Also to be considered are matured candidates who have several years of working experience.

Training/Courses to be offered included the following:
  1. Office Word Processing;
  2. Office form Design and Development;
  3. Office Excel;
  4. Office Power Point Presentation;
  5. Office Practice ICT filing and Office e-mail mailing;
  6. Desktop Publishing

The during of training shall be a period of six month. After which a Certificate in Office Technology shall be issued to successful candidates.

    1.  Application form                    -                    - N5,000.00
    2.  Tuition and Certification        -                    - N50,000.00
                                                                            - N55,000.00

Applicants are required to pay the sum of N5,000.00 (Five thousand naira) only with a bank teller into AAU Consults Ltd Account with the following bank details:

AAU Consult Ltd
Zenith Bank
Account No: 1013879579

On payment for the Application form at the Bank, candidates are advised to proceed to AAU Consults Office, Faculty of Environment Studies, Ambrose Alli University with the Bank Teller for collection of forms.

The closing date for collection and submission of application forms is July, 31st 2019.

Dr. H.O.T. Iyawe
Ag. Director, Consultancy Services, AAU, Ekpoma.

Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer