See UNICAL Post Utme Result 2019 Here.
The Unical post utme result 2019 is now out online. University of Calabar (UNICAL) wishes to inform candidates who participated in the recently conducted 2019/2020 academic session post-UTME screening exercise that the result has been released.
How To Check Unical Post UTME Result 2019:
- Candidates are advised to purchase the Unical Post UTME Result Checking scratch cards from UNICAL Microfinance Bank, Calabar; WEMA Bank Plc, Calabar; Enterprise Bank, Calabar and First City Monument Bank Plc.
- On the purchase of the scratch card, candidates are to login to the unical result checker portal via the link below;
- Enter your JAMB REG NUMBER in the first box
- RETYPE JAMB REG NO. in the second
- Input your scratch card PIN,
- Then click “Login” to access your result.
About Unical: The University of Calabar grew out of the Calabar campus of University of Nigeria (UNN), Nigeria which began functioning during the 1973 academic session with 154 students and a small cadre of academic, administration and professional staff.
In April 1975, the Federal Military Government of Nigeria announced that as part of the National Development Plan, seven new Universities were to be established at various locations in the country. The University of Calabar was one of the seven Universities set up under this programme.
Located in Calabar Municipal, an ancient city with a long tradition of culture and contact with western civilization, the already developed area of the University occupies a 17-hectare site on the eastern side of the town, between the Great Qua River and the Calabar River. Additional land has been acquired on both sides of the Great Qua River for the development of the University.
Academic activities actually commenced in the 1973/74 session, in what was then a Campus of the University Of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN).
However, the new autonomous institution started academic work with the faculties of Arts, Science and Social Science in October 1976 with an initial enrolment of 896 students. Of this number, 406 students were carried over from the University of Nigeria.