UniUyo Departmental And Jamb Cut-Off Mark For 2021/2022 Academic Session
Are you aspiring to study at the University of Uyo?
Do you want to know your chances of gaining admission to study your desired course in this prestigious university?
This article is for you. It is prepared for aspirants who wish to study at UniUyo to equip them with the necessary information about the school cut-off mark that will guide them in this milestone.
Gaining admission to study your dream course involves a handful of processes. It is dream come true when you finally gain admission to study your dream course.
An aspirant who wants to study at the University of Uyo is expected to meet certain criteria that the school has set up for their admission process, one of which is meeting up with their cut-off marks.
A cut-off mark is a score set up by an institution that must be attained before one can be admitted into the institution.
Generally, UniUyo has adopted a minimum of 180 as their cut-off mark for the 2021/2022 admission exercise.
This was released by the school management to inform those who applied for the institution as their first choice during their UTME registration.
Though, this cut-off mark varies in departments and faculty. Each faculty has a benchmark that must be observed before an aspirant can be admitted into the faculty.
More so, you must score a minimum of 150 in your UTME examination to be eligible for the 2021/2022 admission process.
If you scored 150 and above in the UTME examination, you are eligible for the 2021/2022 POST-UTME exercise.
The admission process is very competitive because of the number of aspirants that apply for the institution every year.
And preference is given to those with higher Jamb scores. It is advisable to score above the Jamb cut-off mark and departmental cut-off mark to increase your chances of gaining admission into the institution.
A couple of times, I see aspirants ask the question; I scored 180 in my UTME exam, can I still study LAW with this JAMB score?
The answer is yes. If you perform very well in the Post-UTME exam and score well far above the cut-off mark, you have an 80% chance of gaining admission to study a course like LAW
and Medicine and Surgery. The departmental cut-off is determined by each department. Professional courses like Medicine, Nursing, Law, Pharmacy, etc.
Have higher cut-off marks than other departments.
Below is the list of the various courses offered at the university as well as their cut off marks:
Faculty of Arts
Communication Arts – 180
English Studies -182
History & International Studies -180
Linguistics and Nigerian languages -180
Religious & Cultural Studies -181
Theatre Arts -180
Faculty of Social Sciences
Geography &Regional Planning -189 Political Science and Public Administration -186 Sociology &Anthropology -180
Faculty of Business Administration
Banking and Finance -181
Business Management -185
Faculty of Education
Accounting Education -180
Fine Arts Education -180
History Education -183
Political Science Education -183
Social Studies Education -182
French Education- 194
Education and Social Science -180
Economics Education -183
English Education -181
Geography Education -181
Religion Education -190
Edu. Arts -180
Guidance and Counseling 181
Efik/Ibibio Education -226
Library Science -180
Pre- primary & Primary Education -181 Special Education -185
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Agriculture
Agric. Economics & Extension -180 Animal Science -180
Crop Science -180
Fisheries & Aquaculture -180
Food Science & Technology (Food Tech) -180 Forestry & Wildlife -184
Home Economics (180), Soil Science (183)
Faculty of Clinical Sciences
Medicine& Surgery (MBBS) – 270 Physiology -182
Faculty of Pharmacy
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
Human Anatomy -182
Faculty of Science
Zoology – 183
Computer Science -180
Technical Education -180
Faculty of Environmental Studies
Geo informatics & Surveying -181
Urban & Regional Planning -180
Estate Management -182
Quantity Surveying -180
Faculty of Engineering
Petroleum Engineering -186
Note that it is necessary you should score above the aforementioned cut-off of your department to enable you to make it on the first or second admission batch.
The cut-off mark for different courses also varies in school. Meeting up the institution and department criteria is the right track to gaining admission into the University of Uyo.
I hope this article helped? I wish you success on the journey of your academic pursuit!