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Universities That Offers Medical Laboratory Science: Which university is the best to study Medical Laboratory Science in Nigeria?, What is the Cut off mark to study Medical Laboratory Science in Nigeria, Which State University offers Medical Laboratory Science?, Do all Universities accept students Medical Laboratory Science for JAMB?, Do UNILAG offer Medical Laboratory Science?.

Welcome SAVANT! to another exciting episode of my “Admission Guide Series” here I will provide you with the complete list of Universities in Nigeria that offers Medical Laboratory Science in Nigeria, pretty cool right? STAY TUNED👌

Waec and Jamb Subject Combination for Medical laboratory Science
Universities that offers Medical laboratory Science

Medical Laboratory Science is a health course which quite a number of student apply for in JAMB Year in Year out.

This Course may not be as competitive as Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacy or Nursing, but standard for admitting students is similar with the aforementioned courses, P.S; See Top 10 Most competitive Courses to Study In JAMB.

Out of Over 100 Universities in Nigeria, Only about nineteen (17) including Federal, State and Private Universities are fully accredited to offer Medical Laboratory Science and still, quite a number of student apply for this course in JAMB, thereby making Medical Laboratory Science somewhat competitive for students to gain admission into.

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To be able to decipher the University you want to apply for to become a Medical Laboratory Science in Nigeria, you need to first know the complete list of Universities that offers this course. sometimes, this information can be difficult to get…

…that is the essence of today’s guide, all you have to do now is, sit back, take a glass of water and read through diligently for details. ENJOY!😊

Which University Offers Medical Laboratory Science?

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In reality, all universities, whether Federal, Private or State can offer Medical Laboratory Science, but not all do. This is because not all Universities are able to meet up with the minimum requirements set by the National University Council (NUC) for this course.

Only Universities able to meet up with the minimum requirements can accept student through JAMB or any other acceptable admission process to Study Medical Laboratory Science, these schools are listed below…

Universities That Offers Medical Laboratory Science

Universities that offers Medical Laboratory Science
Universities that offers Medical Laboratory Science

This list is for both Federal, State and Private Universities to make it convenient for you.

P.S: Studying Medical Laboratory Science in Federal Universities is more affordable in Federal Universities than in State Universities or Private Universities.

Below are the list of Universities that offers Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) in Nigeria…

S/NoNAMEACCREDITATION STATUS
1University of LagosFull
2Babcock University Ilisan-RemoProvisional
3Ladoke Akintola University, OsogboFull
4Madonna university, EleleFull
5Ebonyi State University, AbakalikiFull
6NnamdiAzikiwe University, NnewiFull
7University of Nigeria, Enugu CampusFull
8Imo State University, OwerriFull
9University of Calabar, CalabarFull
10Ambrose Alli University, EkpomaFull
11University of BeninFull
12Niger-Delta UniversityFull
13Usmanu Danfodiyo University, SokotoFull
14University of JosFull
15Rivers State University of Sci and TechnologyFull
16University of MaiduguriFull
17Achievers University, OwoFull
18Igbinedion University, OkadaProvisional
19Bayero University, KanoFull
20Afe Babalola University, Ado-EkitiFull
21Abia State University, UturuFull
22Kwara State University, MaleteProvisional
23Edo University, IyamhoFull
24University of IbabanProvisional
25Enugu State University of Science & TechnologyApproval to commence
26Al-Hikmah University, IlorinApproval to commence
27Lead City University, IbadanProvisional
28Pamo University of Medical Sciences, Port HarcourtFull
29University of Medical Sciences, OndoProvisional
30Evangel University, AkaezeApproval to commence
31Elizade University, Ilara-MokinApproval to commence
32Adeleke University, EdeProvisional
33Bowen University, IwoApproval to commence
34Ahmadu Bello University, ZariaApproval to commence
35Thomas Adewumi University, OkoApproval to commence
36Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-ArakejiApproval to commence
37Fountain University, OsogboApproval to commence
38Atiba University, OyoApproval to commence
39Al-Istiqama University, SumailaApproval to commence
40Benson Idahosa University, Benin CityApproval to commence
41Federal University LafiaApproval to commence
42Rhema University, AbaApproval to commence
43Baze University, AbujaApproval to commence
44Gregory University, UturuApproval to commence
45Novena University, Ogume KwaleApproval to commence

And that is the lot we can take on Universities that offers Medical Laboratory Science in Nigeria.

Below I will answer some frequently asked question relating to this topic… STAY TUNED!

Frequently Asked Questions

How Many Universities Offers Medical Laboratory Science In Nigeria?

Currently, only Nineteen (19) Universities are fully accredited to Study Medical Laboratory Science in Nigeria.

Do Polytechnics Offer Medical Laboratory Science?

NO, Polytechnics do not offer Medical Laboratory Science, if you must become a Medical Laboratory Scientist in Nigeria, you must apply to any of the Universities listed here to study MLS and Obtain your degree.

What Is The Best University For Medical Laboratory Science?

No School of Medical Laboratory Science is superior to the other, your choices should be based on whether or not the School in question has been accredited by the National University commission (NUC).

If it is, then by all means make your choice.

How Many Years To Study Medical Laboratory Science?

It takes five (5) years to bag a degree in Medical Laboratory Science in any of the Universities that offers it in Nigeria.

In Summary

Only Nineteen (19) Universities in Nigeria are fully accredited for Medical Laboratory Science where students interested in studying Medical Laboratory Science can apply to.

If you must apply to any school, make sure it is one listed here, because applying to any school without accreditation is a complete waste of time.

Read Also: WAEC & JAMB Subject Combination For Medical Laboratory Science

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