University of Ibadan Distance Learning students should note that course registration is important. Endeavor to register your courses before the portal closes which is usually a week or two before commencement of examination.
You will not be eligible to sit for any exam if you don’t register your courses as required. And if you are duly registered and you wish to change or remove a course, you can proceed by doing Add and Delete on your portal.
Also make sure you print out your course registration for future reference after successful registration.
Are you worried about how to do your course registration? Don’t worry we gat your back. All you need to do is login to your student portal, Click on register course and follow the latest version of UI DLC course registration guidelines below.
All students are advised to check this latest version of UI DLC 2021 session course registration guidelines before proceeding to registration.
The PDF document below contain the latest guidelines of UI DLC course registration 2021. ALL UIDLC Learners are strongly advised to consider and download the document for guidelines.
Please read the Guidelines Carefully as the Instructions in the PDF file will help during course Registration.
The full list of courses by code and title in each Department is also attached for guidance.
The latest version of UI DLC course registration guidelines above is a simplified guideline available for Learners to ease registration process.
It is important to note that this simple guide will aid your registration if followed correctly. Do you have any question about course registration on your portal? Chat with me through the comment box below.
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