Applications for admission can be obtained at . Applications are also available at the 11th, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos (6th Floor).

All persons pursuing an associate degree must submit the following:

The application is to be completed and returned to the Admissions:

  • An official high school Transcripts/Secondary School  Leaving certificates;(WASC, GCE, NECO etc)

  • An official college transcript from each college attended if college work has been attempted;

  • Application fee of $ 50.00 or the Naira equivalent.

NOTE: All of the above items must be submitted to the Office of Admissions before an application can be evaluated for admission into the college. Applicants will be notified if documents are missing via the email address provided on the application, thus hindering the evaluation process.

The Office of Admissions and Registration evaluates the application and notifies the Student of    acceptance or rejection.  The Student may appeal the decision, if the case meets the criteria for appeal stipulated in Regulation - Student Grievances.


Prospective students are encouraged to apply by filling and submitting the admission form   online using
. However, all supporting documentation—official transcripts (high school and any other institutions of higher education) and must be attached and forwarded to the Office of Admissions.


Students who have previously attended Nubian American Advanced College but have not attended for two years or more are eligible for admission as re-entering students. The following admission requirements must be met and submitted to the Office of Admissions and Registration:

Updated electronic application.  A new application has to be submitted even if nothing has changed to comply with state residency requirements.

Updated official transcript(s) from every accredited college or university attended.

Official college entrance, alternative, or exemption test scores (if not already noted on the transcript) that meets the NAAC Success Initiative as required by the College.



Nubian American Advanced College has no limit to International Student Admission students who wish to register for any of our programs  are free to do so following the admission guidelines 

General Admission Procedures for International Students are as follows:

 1. An application submitted online through the, or see the Office of Admissions and Registration for a paper application – no later than 60 days prior to the start of the semester of first attendance.

 2.  Submit notarized Affidavit of Support form dated within 6 months of beginning of the semester.

 3.  Submit support evidence statement (bank statement)

4. Submit official high school transcripts, including a graduation date (or official college transcripts if transferring from another accredited institution).

Once your application has been transmitted, it will be processed within 72 hours.  Processing time may vary during peak registration periods. 

After your application has been processed at NAAC, you will receive a very important Admission Letter. This letter will contain your NAAC ID, to identify your declared major pathway, and include a “Check List” of all the items needed, to complete your admission file (and get you ready to register for classes).

Once all the admissions items have been submitted, you’ll receive a second letter with access information to SIS (Student Portal) and other important program information.

The applicant is responsible to supply truthful and complete information throughout the admissions process and on all documents submitted. If the College discovered that information provided by the candidate is based upon inaccurate, or incorrect, the student may be denied further consideration for the admission.


Submit an official transcript of all high/Secondary school grades (final transcript needed once graduated) and/or college transcript(s). Official transcripts can be mailed to NAAC head Office, 11 Obafemi Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, electronically ( ),   or hand delivered to the campus closest to you. Official transcripts must be in a sealed envelope.


Candidates must prove successful secondary school completion. In most cases, they must submit documents issued by the school, the ministry of education, the government or official office responsible for issuing school records. In the event that candidates cannot provide an original document, then a true copy (such as school grade report, diploma, graduation document or secondary exam certificate results) may be submitted. If the documents are issued in English, it can be submitted; otherwise, candidates also must provide an official English translation. Secondary school completion typically means at least 12 years of education.

Detailed International Student admission information is available on the college website on the admission pages.


Students are expected to submit a letter of medical fitness or otherwise  from a physician to the Office of Admissions and Records.