There is nothing we see around us today whether institution or a corporate body that does not have a beginning and we all know that beginning could be so small. This is demonstrated in that lives as all lives were born small and inside that smallness lies a full grown man or woman that has the potential of leading a whole nation.

The Department of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management in the University of Ilorin was born out of passion of the Management Team to grow the University to a level of impact on the African Continent.

The Accounting and Finance Department was pioneered by Professor B.O. Ogundele. He started the Department as the Head of Department in 1981. The Curriculum of the degrees offered here are akin to those offered by the University of Lagos. The first set of students to be enrolled in the Department were in the 1981/82 and they graduated in 1984/85 session. However, the Department of Finance was separated from the old Department of Accounting and Finance by the Senate on 30th July, 2013 at its 233rd meeting.

DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING

R E Q U I R E M E N T S (Direct Entry)

REQUIREMENTS (UTME)

UMTE SUBJECTS

 

SPECIAL

CONSIDERATION

(WAIVER) REMARKS

 At least two ‘A’ level passes (not less than grade ‘c’) including Accounting and at least one of Mathematics, Business Management, Economics, Statistics, Geography and Government

 Five ‘O’ Level Credit passes including English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two from Accounting, Business Methods, Commerce, Government, Geography and Statistics obtained from WAEC, NECO, GCE, IJMB and NABTEB.

Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject

DIRECT ENTRY:

(a)    Diploma in Accounting and Data processing with Upper Credit pass.

(b)   HND with minimum of

           Lower Credit pass

(c)    ND in Accountancy with   Upper Credit or

(d)   ND with Lower Credit with ICAN (ATS)

(e)   ICAN (ACA)

U.T.M.E.

ILORIN requires ‘O’ level credit passes in any three of Accounting Business Method, Commerce, Geography, Economics, Statistics and Government.