Admission Requirements

5 ‘O’ Level/SSCE, NABTEB credit passes in one or two sitting(s); credit passes must include: English Language, Mathematics, Economics and other relevant subjects.

Minimum UTME requirement as set by JAMB in relevant subjects

Direct Entry Requirement

  • In addition to the ‘O’ Level requirements, candidates must have a credit pass in at least two Social Sciences or related subject in the G.C.E. and ‘A’ levels (The grade point to be determined by the department from time to time).
  • National Diploma in Business, Finance, Accounting or any other relevant discipline with at least Upper Credit from approved Polytechnics and Colleges of Technology
  • Final certificate of relevant Professional

Career Prospects

Life, they say is full of risk. While some risks are preventable, minimizable or avoidable, others are completely unforeseeable. The good thing is that while we can’t prevent these risks, a pool of professionals work to minimize the financial losses associated. These professionals are called insurers.

All organisations and almost every individual own insurance, whether motor, property, health, life or any other. This affirms the global importance of insurance and insurance professionals in managing risk and preserving wealth of corporations and individuals.

At Redeemer’s University, our curriculum is specifically designed to provide you with the knowledge and understanding of relevant insurance concepts such as risk assessment, risk management, claims management, financial planning, investments, insurance law, and funds management amongst others.

Our faculty of experienced lecturers and professors would help develop the analytic, financial and technical skills required to build a successful career in risk management while preparing you for your certifications in relevant insurance bodies.

You will also have the edge of claiming exemptions from recognised professional bodies in Nigeria and abroad thereby, providing you with gratifying employment in various insurance and financial institutions.

Because risk is a factor shared in all organisations, graduates of insurance have the advantage of working across industries in fulfilling their career goals. In particular, such roles as,

Amongst a host of other business and managerial roles open to graduates due to the transferrable skills they would have acquired.

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