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With the knowledge of the JAMB and departmental cut-off mark of your dream university, you will be able to set your targets right and know your stance and chances at every point in the process.

In this article, we have taken time to carefully share with you all you will need to know about the JAMB cut-off mark of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) as well as their departmental cut-off marks.

Following that, we have also given you answers to some of those questions you might be asking about the school and their admissions processes.

So I urge you to read along carefully so that you will not miss important details. So now, let us get on to it.


DepartmentCut-off Mark
Animal Production180 and above
Crop Production180 and above
Agricultural Economics and Extension180 and above
Soil Science180 and above
Agriculture and Bio-Resource Engineering220 and above
Automobile Engineering220 and above
Chemical Engineering220 and above
Civil Engineering220 and above
Computer and Communication Engineering220 and above
Electrical and Electronics Engineering220 and above
Mechanical and Production Engineering220 and above
Mechatronics and Systems Engineering220 and above
Petroleum Engineering220 and above
Architecture200 and above
Building190 and above
Environmental Management Technology190 and above
Estate Management and Valuation190 and above
Industrial Design180 and above
Survey and Geo-Informatics180 and above
Quantity Survey190 and above
Urban and Regional Planning180 and above
Banking and Finance Technology190 and above
Management and Information Technology200 and above
General Studies180 and above
Accounting200 and above
Business Management200 and above
Technopreneurship180 and above
Mathematical Sciences180 and above
Biological Sciences180 and above
Chemistry180 and above
Geology180 and above
Physics180 and above
Biochemistry190 and above
Microbiology190 and above
Ecology180 and above
Computer Science190 and above
Technology Education180 and above
Education Foundation180 and above
Science Education180 and above
Library Information Science180 and above
Vocational Technology Education180 and above

Candidates who chose Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi as their choice of institution during the JAMB registration should be informed that the JAMB cut-off mark of the ATBU is 180.

That you made 180 or more in JAMB is not a guarantee that you’ll be admitted: you will have to sit for the school’s Post UTME, and beat the departmental cut-off mark of your dream department. Else, you might not see admission.

Not to discourage, but with the right attitude and good score, you’ll see yourself on the other side of success.

NOTE: Please ensure you refer to the above table as a mere guide and not an absolute or actual departmental cut-off mark of ATBU.

As at the time of publishing this post, the official cut-off mark of different departments in ATBU had not been released. We shall keep you updated as soon as the official list is released.


What are the requirements for admission into ATBU?

As an UTME candidate seeking admission into ATBU, you must have at least 5 credits in your O’ Level certificate (WASSCE, NECO or NABTEB). English and Mathematics and three other subjects relevant in your field of study must be included.

Direct Entry candidates must have at least two A Level passes or it’s equivalent in the subjects relevant in your field of study.

You can download the ATBU Admission Brochure to aid you through.


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