Did you choose Kaduna State University as your choice of institution during the JAMB?

Are you also wondering what the cut-off mark of your dream KASU course is?

If you answered yes to these questions above, then I must assure you that you are on the right page. Here, you will learn all you would want to know about the Kaduna State University, KASU JAMB cut-off mark.

We have also listed the cut-off marks of all courses offered at the University. So, I urge you to follow this article diligently, so that you will not miss any important detail.

What is the JAMB Cut-Off Mark of KASU?

The official UTME cut-off mark of KASU is 170. What this means to you is that if you score up to 170 in JAMB, you are eligible to purchase the University’s Post-UTME form and stand the chance to be admitted.

However, it does not mean that since you have scored 170 or more, that you are guaranteed admission.

Other admission criteria are considered before you are offered admission. You will have to meet them as well.

If on the other hand, you are not able to score up to this cut-off mark, all hope for admission is NOT lost.

You still have the option of applying for the change of institution, where you will switch your institution of choice to a polytechnic or college of education, or even to another university with a lower cut-off mark.

If changing your institution of choice is not an option you can consider, it is not a bad idea to wait for next year to go over the JAMB registration process.

Then, you will need to put in more effort into preparation, studying, and learning how to pass JAMB. By this, you can score higher.

KASU Departmental Cut-Off Marks

DepartmentCut-Off Mark
Agriculture Economics and Extension170 and above
Animal Science170 and above
Crop Science170 and above
Arabic170 and above
Christian Religious Studies170 and above
English and Drama180 and above
French170 and above
History170 and above
Islamic Studies170 and above
Nigerian Languages and Linguistics180 and above
Medicine230 and above
MBBS230 and above
Architecture190 and above
Environmental Management180 and above
Estate Management170 and above
Quantity Surveying170 and above
Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Management210 and above
Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biochemistry200 and above
Pharmaceutical and Medical Chemistry210 and above
Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy210 and above
Pharmacognosy and Drug Development200 and above
Pharmacology and Toxicology200 and above
Biochemistry190 and above
Biological Sciences170 and above
Chemistry170 and above
Geography170 and above
Mathematical Sciences170 and above
Computer Science180 and above
Microbiology170 and above
Physics170 and above
Accounting180 and above
Business Administration170 and above
Economics170 and above
Mass Communication200 and above
Political Science170 and above
Sociology170 and above

NOTE: KASU has not publicly published their departmental cut-off marks. We shall update this list as soon as they do so.

Meanwhile, we urge you to use the above list as a guide, and taken as the actual list.


Briefly About the University

Kaduna State University is one out of the 41 State universities in Nigeria. It was established by the Kaduna State government in May 2004.

This University is located on two campuses: The Kafanchan campus and the Kaduna campus.

The university has continued to grow, and today they award both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in many accredited courses.

Faculties and Departments

Currently, there are 7 active academic faculties in the Kaduna State University

Faculty of Agriculture

  • Agriculture Economics and Extension
  • Animal Science
  • Crop Science

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

  • Arabic
  • Christian Religious Studies
  • English and Drama
  • French
  • History
  • Islamic Studies
  • Nigerian Languages and Linguistics

College of Medicine

  • Medicine
  • MBBS

Faculty of Environmental Science

  • Architecture
  • Environmental Management
  • Estate Management
  • Quantity Surveying

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences

  • Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Management
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biochemistry
  • Pharmaceutical and Medical Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy
  • Pharmacognosy and Drug Development
  • Pharmacology and Toxicology

Faculty of Science

  • Biochemistry
  • Biological Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Geography
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Computer Science
  • Microbiology
  • Physics

Faculty of Social and Management Sciences

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Mass Communication
  • Political Science
  • Sociology

Frequently Asked Questions

Does KASU accept second choice candidates?

We cannot state exactly if the school accepts second choice candidates.

If you chose the school as a second choice, you will be allowed to purchase the Post-UTME form, but you aren’t guaranteed admission.

So the safest thing to do is to choose the University as your first choice if you want to be a student of the University.

Does KASU accept direct entry candidates?

Currently, the University does not take candidates for direct entry admission.

Does KASU write post-UTME?

Yes, the school organises the post-UTME screening exercise for candidates who wish to gain admission into the University.

How can I apply for KASU?

If you want to apply for admission as an undergraduate, you will have to apply for JAMB and choose the University as your first choice of institution.

As already answered above, the University does not take Direct Entry students for now.

Meanwhile, you can apply for the part-time programme following this link https://forms.kasu.edu.ng/

In all, you will need to have the following requirements:

  • You should have at 5 credits in your O’ Level. English and Mathematics and 3 other subjects relevant in your field of study must be included.
  • Your JAMB score must be from 170 and above.

Conclusion

Having got to this point in this post, I would want to believe that you already know the JAMB cut-off mark of KASU.

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