The JAMB and departmental cut-off mark of Rufus Giwa, Owo is out. And in this post, we have discussed everything you should know about it.
Meanwhile, many things determine whether you will be admitted into a Nigerian tertiary institution. But the primary factor is that you must beat the cut-off mark set for that institution, and your target department thereafter.
If your aggregate score (from UTME and post-UTME screenings) falls below this mark, then you have lost the chance.
RUGIPO JAMB Cut-off mark
|1||Applied Science||120 and above|
|2||Environmental Studies||130 and above|
|3||Business Studies||120 and above|
|4||Engineering Technology||150 and above|
|5||Social Management Sciences and Communication Studies||120 and above|
|6||Agricultural Technology||120 and above|
JAMB has approved that the minimum cut-off mark of every public polytechnic including Rufus Giwa Polytechnic is 120.
Therefore, every applicant seeking admission in RUGIPO must score at least 120 UTME mark to be eligible for admission.
But if you fall short of this requirement, you might want to consider alternative options. Such would include applying for part-time programme, whose admission mark is lower.
You can also buy JAMB change of course/institution form and switch to a private polytechnic or to a college of education.
Departmental cut-off mark
Having the above stated mark in JAMB will only make you qualified to sit for post-UTME. But to gain admission, you must also beat the departmental threshold mark.
The table above clearly states the cut-off marks for different faculties/departments in RUGIPO.
About the school
RUFUS Giwa Polytechnic Owo is an NBTE-approved state polytechnic in Ondo State. It was established in 1979 as The Polytechnic, Owo.
Nonetheless, the school started full operation in 1980. In1990, the name of the school was changed to Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo, and to its present name in 2003.
Presently, the institution has over 4000 students spread across 6 schools. They also offer admission to qualified candidates from any part of the country.
Their school fees also is between N65,000 to N80,000 for ND1 and ND 2 students.