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A Nigerian higher institution can only admit you if you have scored the right mark in JAMB and post UTME. Nevertheless, you also need to meet other admission requirements depending on the school and course.

So, if you are an applicant of Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Ijebu Igbo and wondering what the cut-off mark of the school is, then you are on the right page.

Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic JAMB Cut-Off Mark

The minimum acceptable score any candidate seeking admission in Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Ijebu Igbo must have in JAMB is 120.

What this means is that only applicants who made from 120 upwards in UTME will be offered provisional admission.

If you didn’t make this score, then you still have the chance to apply for part-time course in the school, or switch to a college of education through JAMB change of course form.

Departmental cut-off mark

Aside from meeting the above JAMB requirement, your aggregate score (from JAMB and post UTME) must also be up to the mark set for your department.

Below is a summary of the departmental cut-off mark of  Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic:

S/NDepartmentCut-off mark
1Accounting120 and above
2Business Administration120 and above
3Banking and Finance120 and above
4Mass Communication140 and above
5Science Laboratory Technology130 and above
6Computer Science120 and above
7Statistics120 and above
8Microbiology130 and above
9Computer Engineering170 and above
10Electrical and Electronic Engineering170 and above
11Urban and Regional Planning120 and above
12General Studies120 and above

About the school

Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic Ijebu Igbo is a public institution. It is located on the rolling hills of Atikori in Ijebu Igbo. However, the school is owned by the Ogun State government.

The Polytechnic was established sometime between 1979 to 1983 by the government of Late Chief Olabisi Onabanjo.

On its establishment, it inherited the former site of the Technical College. Unfortunately, the subsequent Military government of Nigeria didn’t allow the school to stand.

But in 2005, the school was re-ignited. Today, it is named after the political and social activist, Late Senator Abraham Adesanya.

Faculties and Departments

Presently, there are four academic faculties in the Polytechnic, with 12 departments spread across them.

School of Business and Management Studies

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Banking and Finance
  • Mass Communication

School of Science

  • Science Laboratory Technology
  • Computer Science
  • Statistics
  • Microbiology

School of Engineering

  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

School of General Studies

  • Urban and Regional Planning
  • General Studies

FAQs

How can I purchase Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic post UTME form?

You can purchase the Polytechnic’s post UTME form via their admission portal.

When you enter the website,

  • Scroll through the page to find National Diploma (first and second batch)
  • Click the green button that says “Click here to apply
  • On the next page, enter your JAMB registration number, name and other details.
  • Generate a payment invoice and proceed to any bank to the application fee.

What is the Polytechnic’s admission portal?

To apply for admission in Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic, kindly visit their admission portal at https://my.aapoly.edu.ng/admission/index.php

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