School of Nursing Ado Ekiti

School of Nursing Ado Ekiti is located at Ekiti state, therefore all prospective student . School of Nursing Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital (EKSUTH) Ado Ekiti was established at its present site in 1976 by the then Ondo State government. The school existed for 10 years before it was merged with the school of nursing, Akure in 1986.


Candidate must possess a minimum of Five Credits in WAEC/NECO/SSCE/NABTEB to include English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics at not more than two sittings and candidate must attain the age of 17 years in 2019. Candidates are allowed to combine WAEC/SSCE with NECO results.


– Visit the school e-portal at:

-Select your Application method which could be either Option A or Option B as explained below:


Pay the sum of N11,000:00 (Eleven thousand naira only) to Fidelity Bank Plc Account No: 5030094390. Account Name: EKSUTH (SON) Sales of Forms Account.

Bring photocopy of your payment teller to the school to collect receipt and scratch card then

Visit the scholi website and

Click Apply with Scratch Card

Scan and upload your recent passport photograph (Not more than 30Kb) and submit your relevant data.

Print out your exam venue slip which you will bring to the exam center.


Visit the school website

Click Apply for Online PIN without coming to the school

Follow the instructions on the screen to generate Remita RRR Pin

Print/write down the code

Go to any bank and pay using the RRR pin or pay online via ATM Card, etc

Please note that this process attracts additional Payment/Logistic charges of N550:00 only

After payment, login to the website with the 32-digits PIN

Scan and upload your recent passport photograph (Not more than 30Kb) and submit your relevant data.

Print-out your exam venue slip which you will bring to the exam center..

For more information, please click on the chat button or call 08167117825, 08090719944, 07062420926 between 8:00am to 4:00pm (Mondays to Fridays) or send your mail to

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