The official JAMB and departmental cut-off marks of the Polytechnic Ibadan is out. And in this post, we have carefully discussed all you should know about it.
As a matter of fact, Nigerian tertiary institution admit students based on many factors. Aside from having the right O’Level grades, applicants must beat the score target set for the school, and for respective departments.
Polytechnic Ibadan JAMB cut-off mark
|2||Local Government Studies||169|
|5||Office Technology and Management||150|
|8||Purchasing and Supply||161|
|17||Fashion Design and Clothing Technology||150|
|18||Arts and Design||179|
|20||Surveying and Geo-Informatics||167|
|21||Urban and Regional Planning||150|
|23||Banking and Finance||170|
|26||Science Laboratory Technology||194|
|29||Library and Information Science||150|
Candidates seeking admission in Polytechnic Ibadan must score at least 150 in JAMB to be eligible for admission. Obviously, if you score below this you will not gain admission in this polytechnic.
But it shouldn’t be the end of the road for you if you couldn’t make the above mark. You simply need to buy JAMB form and change to a polytechnic with lower cut-off mark.
Alternatively, you can go for a Diploma or part-time programme instead of a full-time National Diploma programme.
Departmental cut-off mark
Yes, you need to score a minimum of 150 in JAMB to proceed to post-UTME screening. But you also have to beat the cut-off mark of your target department to finally gain admission.
The table above clearly states the aggregate you must have to gain admission in Polytechnic Ibadan.
About the polytechnic
Poly Ibadan (as it is similarly called) is a public higher institution of learning in Ibadan, Oyo State. The institution was founded in 1970 to train students in different technical skills.
Just like every other polytechnic in Nigeria, they award OND and HND in the undergraduate level. They also offer different courses in their full-time and part-time programmes.
Furthermore, the institution is open for any qualified candidate to apply, as they admit qualified candidates despite their backgrounds.