School of Health Information Management UUTH UYO welcomes application from applicants within and outside the country. We provide equal opportunities for all and our admission process is transparent by providing a level playing field for all Applicants. In order to apply for a programme or course of study in the College you will need to complete Online Application provided that application is opened for the session. Payments for application will also be made online. Candidates will be notified via SMS if their application is successful.
Candidates must possess 5 ‘O’ LEVEL Credits in WASC/SSCE/NECO/GCE results or its equivalent in English Language and the following Science Subjects:
Documents to be attached to the completed form
The following documents must be attached to all duly completed forms:
- Two recent passports size photograph
- Photocopy of receipt of purchase of the form
- Photocopies of certificates
- Local Government indigene Certificate and Declaration of Age/Birth Certificate
Verification of Result
All the results presented by students on admission will be verified on admission by the school and any student found to possess forged or unauthenticated result will be expelled by School of Health Information Management UUTH UYO
Submission of Forms
All Candidates are expected to submit a hardcopy of the completed Forms to the Office of the Director or School registrar or those documents should be uploaded via the school portal online to School of Health Information Management UUTH UYO
Registration and School Fees
Registration of new students usually last for a month from the day of resumption. On the first day of registration students are expected to show evidence of payment of school fees as stipulated on the admission letter. When collecting admission letters students are made to sign an undertaking which will be placed in their personal files as well as present the originals of their credentials. Students are expected to make other payments which include; uniform, record of training booklet, examination and stationeries, handbook, harmonized code of ethics for health workers in Nigeria etc. No student will be registered without the full payment of fees. Payment of school fees at a later date by students or sponsors will under no circumstances be entertained. Students are strongly advised to receive all fees from their sponsors before the registration days expire as defaulters will be ejected at the expiration of the last day of the exercise. No students will be registered with any information different from the one he/she gained admission with, unless substantial evidence has been forwarded to and approved by the school senate of School of Health Information Management UUTH UYO.
All students are required to complete the forms given to them. The approved training regulations and hostel regulation forms must be thoroughly read and understood and students must append their signature indicating their acceptance of all the contents therein. A compulsory medical fitness examination must be carried out in government approved health institution on each student. The result must be submitted to the school and it must also come along with a medical fitness certificate and chest X-ray film. An orientation program is organized by the second week of the registration process. It lasts for one week and all students (new) are expected to attend compulsorily. During the orientation exercise, the provost introduces formally the teaching staff and other key officers to the new students; for the purpose of familiarization and offer advices to be of good behaviour. Note that subsequent payment of school fees is made during the course of the training.