NTA College Diploma Admission Form for 2021/2022 Session is Out

The Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) College

The Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) College has commence the selling of admission forms into institution for the 2021/2022 academic session.

NTA College Diploma Form

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the NTA Television College, Jos, 2-Year Diploma programmes for the 2021/2022 academic session.

NTA College Diploma Courses

  • Diploma in Film and Television Production.
  • Diploma in Television Engineering and
  • Diploma in Broadcast Journalism.

NTA College Admission Requirements

  • Candidates are required to possess a minimum of five (5) credits at o‚Äôlevel in WAEC, NECO, or GCE, in relevant subjects including English Language and Mathematics at not more than two (2) sittings.

How to Apply for NTA College Admission Form

Follow the link below to apply online:


The admission forms can also be obtained from all Marketing Offices, NTA State Capital Stations, Zonal Centers or at the Office of the Academic Secretary, NTA College Rayfield, Jos on payment of non-refundable fee of N7,500 in Bank Draft in favor of NTA TV College.

NTA College form Application Deadline: All properly completed admission forms attached with photocopies of credentials must be submitted on or before 28th February 2022 to the Stations, Zonal Centers or at the Office of the Academic Secretary, NTA College Rayfield, Jos where the forms where obtained.

For futher inquiries visit the college website via www.ntatvc.edu.ng or call the following phone numbers: 08033144383, 08069809807.

Short History

When the regional states were merged to form the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) in 1977, it became necessary to train the workforce to meet the immediate challenges. This led to the establishment of NTA Television College in September 1980. At the inception, the emphasis was on proficiency/short courses, and later, Diploma Certificate in Television Journalism, Television Production, Television Design and Television Engineering. Not contented with this, the Central Management of NTA set up a committee in 2003 to upgrade the College into a degree-awarding institution.

An initial effort at affiliation was made with Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU), Bauchi in 2005. This however was botched because ATBU does not offer Mass Communication

as a course of study. Not ready to truncate the idea of enhanced academic profile, the NTA Management, in 2006, approached Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria which inherited and actualized what was started with ATBU, Bauchi.

The College is now affiliated to the prestigious Ahmadu Bello Unversity (ABU), Zaria. This arrangement has now qualified the College to award the degree of B.Sc. Mass Communication (Television). One of the objectives of the College is to fill the needs of the broadcast industry in Nigeria and beyond.

Our Vission

To become one of the leading Television Training Institutions in the world, pervasive in influence and indispensable in all aspects: information, educational, cultural and entertainment endeavors, whose world view will consistently promote high values and objectivity in accordance with public interest and decency.

Our Mission

The College is committed to providing high quality professional and specialized education in Television Production and Journalism, as a means of fostering and promoting the best practices of the profession to enrich the standard of Television services not only in Nigeria but all over Africa and the world at large.

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