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Federal College of Education Kano: Cut Off Mark, Post UTME, School Fees, and More

Federal College of Education, Kano, is a government-owned institution founded in 1961. The college started as Kano Men’s Training College. The Ministry of Education’s joint efforts in the north and the United State Agency for International Aid (USAID) gave rise to the establishment of the institution. It was under the leadership of the then Sardauna of Sakkwato, Sir. Ahmadu Bello.

The institution was renamed Kano Teachers College. When the Nigeria Certificate of Education (NCE) programme was introduced, its name was changed to Advanced Teachers College.

The Federal Government of Nigeria took over the institution in 1990, and its name finally became ‘The Federal College of Education, Kano.’

The mission of FCE Kano is “to prospect, incubate and hatch qualitative education to bridge the manpower gaps in the sciences, arts, social sciences and vocational education compliant with contemporary needs of education in Nigeria and beyond.”

Federal College of Education Kano Cut Off Mark

Federal College of Education, Kano cut off mark for the 2020/2021 academic session is 100. It means that to qualify for the Post UTME screening exercise and be considered for admission, candidates must score a minimum of 100 in 2020 UTME.

Federal College of Education Kano Affiliated to ABU Zaria

The institution’s degree programmes are run in affiliation to Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

Logo of the Federal College of Education, Kano

FCE Kano School Fees: New and Returning Students

Pre-NCE Vocational Education: N17,250

Pre-NCE Sciences: N16,060

Pre-NCE Arts and Social Sciences: N15,450

NCE 100 Level Sciences & Vocational Education: N16,200

NCE 100 Level Arts & Language Education: N15,700

NCE 200 Level Sciences & Vocational Education: N13,600

NCE 200 Level Arts & Languages Education: N13,100

NCE 300 Level Sciences & Vocational Education: N17,500

NCE 300 Level Arts & Languages Education: N17,000

B.ED Fresh 100 & 200 Level Science & Vocational Education: N31,500

B.ED Fresh 100 & 200 Level Arts & Language Education: N30,500

B.ED Fresh 200 & 300 Level Science & Vocational Education: N27,600

B.ED Fresh 200 & 300 Level Arts & Language Education: N25,500

B.ED 400 Level Sciences & Vocational Education: N30,000

B.ED 400 Level Arts & Language Education: N27,300

B.ED Spillover Science Students: N15,000

TETFUND project in the Federal College of Education, Kano

Federal College of Education, Kano Post UTME

Federal College of Education, Kano, invites qualified candidates for admission into its NCE, Undergraduate, Technical, Part-Time, Science, and other programmes for the 2020/2021 academic session.

Qualified candidates are those who have chosen the Federal College of Education, Kano as their first choice of institution in 2020 UTME and possess the minimum cut off mark.

To be qualified for admission, candidates should possess the requirements enlisted below:

  • Candidates with the Grade II Teacher’s certificate should possess at least five credit passes in relevant subjects.
  • Candidates possessing O’ Level result should possess at least four credit passes in relevant subjects. The credit passes should be obtained at not more than two sittings.
  • These credit passes should include relevant subjects, including English Language. If Mathematics is relevant to your chosen course, it becomes one of the essential subjects.

Here are the steps for registration:

  • Visit the institution’s official website:
  • Click on ‘Create Account’
  • Input your UTME Registration Number. Also, enter a valid email address and click ‘Send’
  • Before clicking ‘Continue,’ copy the verification code.

 FCE Kano Application Form 2020

The application form can be completed on the Federal College of Education, Kano, Admission Portal. New applications will not be submitted once the application form portal closes.

 FCE Kano Admission 2020

The Federal College of Education, Kano, has released the admission list (first, second, third, fourth, and supplementary) list for the 2020/2021 academic session. The list contains the names of successfully admitted candidates who have been offered admission into Pre-NCE, Diploma, and NCE programme.

Eligible candidates, who participated in the admission screening exercise, can check the admission status by visiting Federal College of Education, Kano portal:

 FCE Kano Application Form 2019

For more information about the 2019 Application Form, click on the following link:

 Provost FCE Kano

The provost of the Federal College of Education, Kano, is Dr. Sadi Mohammed Sirajo.

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