If you are really serious about gaining admission into Niger Delta University, Yenegoa you must read this article till the end.

You know why?

Here, you will learn all you would want to know about the JAMB cut-off mark of NDU.

This knowledge will help you know what to expect, and how much effort you must put in to gain admission. So read on to learn all from this discussion.

What is JAMB Cut-Off Mark of Niger Delta University, NDU?

The minimum score you must have in JAMB in order to gain admission into Niger Delta University, Yenegoa is 160.

However, it does not mean you are assured of admission if you have gotten to this mark.

You must struggle hard to score from 180 and above, to have a clear-cut chance of gaining admission.

On the other hand, if peradventure you were unable to meet this aggregate all hope for admission is not lost.

You can apply for the JAMB change of course/institution where you will switch your institution of interest to a polytechnic or a college of education.

If you can’t switch your school of choice, it is still not a bad idea to wait for next year to sit for the exams.

On that at that time, you must put in more effort into learning the secrets and JAMB tips. With it, you will be assured of higher UTME score.

NDU Departmental Cut-Off Marks

Department Cut-Off Mark
Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology160 and above
Crop Production160 and above
Fisheries160 and above
Livestock Production160 and above
English and Literary Studies180 and above
Fine and Applied Arts160 and above
History/Diplomacy180 and above
Philosophy160 and above
Religious Studies160 and above
Theatre Arts170 and above
Biochemistry170 and above
Medical Laboratory Science190 and above
Anatomy180 and above
Physiology180 and above
Pathology180 and above
Pharmacology180 and above
Community Medicine and Public Health200 and above
Family Medicine200 and above
Radiology210 and above
Dentistry210 and above
Surgery220 and above
Medicine220 and above
Obstetrics and Gynaecology210 and above
Paediatrics210 and above
Agricultural Engineering180 and above
Chemical/Petroleum/Petrochemical Engineering200 and above
Civil Engineering200 and above
Electrical/Electronic Engineering210 and above
Marine Engineering200 and above
Mechanical Engineering200 and above
Curriculum and Instruction Education160 and above
Vocational/Industrial Education160 and above
Adult Community Education160 and above
Jurisprudence/Public Law160 and above
Private/Property Law220 and above
Accountancy170 and above
Banking, Finance and Insurance170 and above
Business Administration170 and above
Marketing160 and above
Office Management Technology160 and above
Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice200 and above
Pharmaceutical and Medical Chemistry200 and above
Pharmacognosy and Herbal Medicine200 and above
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology200 and above
Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biotechnology200 and above
Pharmacology and Toxicology200 and above
Biological Science160 and above
Computer Science180 and above
Geology170 and above
Mathematics160 and above
Microbiology160 and above
Physics160 and above
Pure and Applied Chemistry160 and above
Economics170 and above
Geography and Environmental Management160 and above
Sociology160 and above
Mass Communication190 and above
Medical-Surgical Nursing200 and above
Maternal and Child Health Nursing200 and above
Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing200 and above
Community Health Nursing200 and above

NOTE: The official departmental cut-off marks of the University has not been published.

Therefore, you can only use the above list as a guide, and not as the actual aggregates.

We shall update our list as soon as soon as the official one is published.


About the University

NDU means Niger Delta University. It is listed among the 40 Nigerian state universities.

The university was established in the year 2000, by the former governor of Bayelsa State, Chief DSP Alamieyeseigha.

NDU is located on two campuses: the Yenegoa main campus, and Amassoma campus. The University also has a teaching hospital called NDUTH, in Okolobiri.


Faculties and Departments

Currently, there are 11 academic schools in NDU. Here are they listed below:

Faculty of Agricultural Technology

  • Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology
  • Crop Production
  • Fisheries
  • Livestock Production

Faculty of Arts

  • English and Literary Studies
  • Fine and Applied Arts
  • History/Diplomacy
  • Philosophy
  • Religious Studies
  • Theatre Arts

Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences

  • Biochemistry
  • Medical Laboratory Science
  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacology

Faculty of Clinical Sciences

  • Community Medicine and Public Health
  • Family Medicine
  • Radiology
  • Dentistry
  • Surgery
  • Medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Paediatrics

Faculty of Engineering

  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Chemical/Petroleum/Petrochemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical/Electronic Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Faculty of Education

  • Curriculum and Instruction Education
  • Vocational/Industrial Education
  • Adult Community Education

Faculty of Law

  • Jurisprudence/Public Law
  • Private/Property Law

Faculty of Management Science

  • Accountancy
  • Banking, Finance and Insurance
  • Business Administration
  • Marketing
  • Office Management Technology

Faculty of Pharmacy

  • Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice
  • Pharmaceutical and Medical Chemistry
  • Pharmacognosy and Herbal Medicine
  • Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biotechnology
  • Pharmacology and Toxicology

Faculty of Science

  • Biological Science
  • Computer Science
  • Geology
  • Mathematics
  • Microbiology
  • Physics
  • Pure and Applied Chemistry

Faculty of Social Science

  • Economics
  • Geography and Environmental Management
  • Sociology
  • Mass Communication

Faculty of Nursing

  • Medical-Surgical Nursing
  • Maternal and Child Health Nursing
  • Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  • Community Health Nursing

Frequently Asked Questions

Does NDU accept second choice?

The reality is that most universities do not accept second choice candidates.

The high competition for admission would push them to pay more attention to first choice candidates.

So, if you seek admission into Niger Delta University, we advise you choose it as your first choice of institution.

How can I gain admission into NDU?

You can easily be admitted into this university as far as you meet the admission requirements:

  • Score high to beat the cut-off marks (JAMB and departmental).
  • Have O’Level with at least 5 credits, for which English, Mathematics and three other relevant subjects are included.
  • Must not be less than 16 years.

How much is the school fees of NDU?

Their university vary with type of students. While Bayelsa State indegenes pay between N30, 000 to N50, 000 non-Inde genes pay between N45, 000 to N75, 000.

These fees vary with course and year of study.


Conclusion

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