African Methodist Episcopal Zion University
116 Benson Street, Monrovia / Vincent Town, Po River
The University for the Generation of the Future
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African Methodist Episcopal Zion University (AMEZU)
Admission Requirements and Procedures

The following information pertains to relevant and requisite information on Admissions into the University, The process starts with the Entrance and Placement Examination. The Entrance Examination is conducted for admission at the A.M.E. Zion University. In addition to attaining the required standard in entrance examination, candidates must satisfy the general university requirements as well as the specific college requirements. Candidates must obtain at least a credit pass in 2 subjects (MATHEMATICS and ENGLISH) at WAEC or approved equivalent at not more than two sittings.

   Candidates must possess one of the following qualifications:
Must possess an Associate Degree or above from accredited institutions recognized by the Ministry of Education.
Must pass with division 1 or 3 in WAEC.

   An applicant must satisfy one of the followings:
Must Pass the West African Examinations and the Entrance and Placement Examinations of the University.
An applicant must submit three letters of recommendation, one of which should come from the school attended/ community and prominent citizen. \

The following information/documentation are also required:
A completed Application form
2 passport size pictures
High School Transcript
High School Diploma
WAEC Certificate
Health Certificate
A written autobiography

An applicant who has failed one of the subjects in the Entrance and Placement Examination is required to take a remedial/non-credit (003level) course in the subjects he/she has failed. Such applicant is eligible for conditional admission. He/she has to pass a remedial/non-credit (003 level) course before he/she can proceed to do the 101 of the subsequent course.

A student who was suspended for making less than the cumulative grade average specified in the academic regulation, is eligible for readmission after one semester, and must apply for same through the office of Admissions, Records and Registration with all other requirements completed.

A student, who leaves the University at the end of a semester and is out of residence for one or more semesters, may be re-admitted at the beginning of any later semester, upon application to the office of Admissions, Records and Registration with all other requirements completed. At the time of re-admission, students records will be assessed in accordance with the existing regulations of the college of his/her choice.

A student, who is qualified to enroll as a regular freshman, on the basis of his/her performance on the A.M.E. Zion University Entrance and Placement Examination, has a maximum of TWO SEMESTERS within which he/she is to enroll. Thereafter, this privilege will be forfeited and such student must re-sit and pass the A.M.E. Zion University Entrance and Placement Examination to qualify for enrollment. Conditional student have a maximum of one year within which to enroll.

Changes in a student’s program of studies, adding or dropping a course, shall be made with the approval of either the student’s Advisor or Departmental Chairman, and his/her Dean.
Permission to add or drop a course (s) will be granted only up to two weeks following the close of registration.
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