Check UENR Admission List 2022/2023 | Check Admission Status

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Want to check your UENR Admission List 2022/2023? Follow the steps on this page to check if you have been offered provisional admission into the University of Energy and Natural Resources .

If you are asking “Is UENR Admission List 2022/2023 Out? UENR Admission list release date? How to Check Admission Status, UENR Undergraduate Admission List 2022/2023” this post is the answer.

The management of the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) has released the list of admitted students into various undergraduate programmes for the 2022/2023 academic year. Candidates that participated in the 2022/2023 admission screening exercise can now check their names on the admission list.

How to Check UENR Admission List for Undergraduate

UENR 2022/2023 admission list has been uploaded online. Use the procedures below to check your name.

  • Visit the UENR admission portal: https://admissions.uenr.edu.gh/admissionList
  • Type in your Index Number or Name in the Search Box

After confirming your admission status, proceed to download your GIMPA Admission Letter.

See also UENR Re-Opening Date and UENR School Fees Schedule for new and old students.

NB: If you can’t find your name or programme on the admission list, do check back later as the University of Energy and Natural Resources may update the list or release other batches.

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Congratulations to all the candidates that made it to UENR undergraduate admission list 2022/2023.

I didn’t get Admitted to UENR, Why?

It is very obvious that the University of Energy and Natural Resources , like every other university, cannot admit the entire number of persons who apply to be admitted for the 2022/2023 academic year. But before you conclude that you were not admitted, be sure to check your status on all released admission list batches. If you are sure you were not admitted after searching through all batches and programmes. The following may, unfortunately, be the cause of the decline.

You did not meet the general admission requirement.

You did not meet the grade requirement for the course/programme you choose.

Your results have been cancelled or withheld by the WAEC.

You made a mistake with your online application.

You were not lucky.

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