The process of choosing an institution of higher learning can be quite tedious.
One really has to do a lot of background checks about the various universities or schools generally, they might have in mind.
If you are on this page right now, I want to believe one of such checks has led you to want to know the UNIOSUN JAMB cut-off mark.
Well, I’m pleased to announce to you that you are on the right page.
In this article, you have been provided with not just the cut-off marks, but a lot of other useful information about the institution.
Now, let us get down with it.
- 1 What is the JAMB Cut-off Mark for UNIOSUN?
- 2 UNIOSUN Departmental Cut-Off Marks
- 2.1 About the University
- 2.2 Colleges and Departments
- 2.3 College of Agriculture
- 2.4 College of Education
- 2.5 Faculty of Clinical Sciences
- 2.6 Faculty of Basic Clinical Sciences
- 2.7 Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
- 2.8 College of Humanities and Culture
- 2.9 College of Law
- 2.10 College of Management and Social Sciences
- 2.11 College of Science, Engineering and Technology
- 2.12 Frequently Asked Questions
- 2.13 Conclusion
- 2.14 Share this:
What is the JAMB Cut-off Mark for UNIOSUN?
The UTME cut-off aggregate of the University is set at 160.
However, it is worthy of note that there are certain departments in the school that require scores well above 160 before a candidate can be admitted.
Such departments are under the medical sciences and college of engineering.
It is also important you realize that even in these other departments, scoring 160 in your JAMB is not an automatic ticket to admission.
It only means that those who score up to this mark, you will be eligible to apply and sit for the School’s post-UTME.
The process is usually competitive, hence, we usually advise candidates to try and score up to 200 in order to stand a good chance of gaining admission.
If however, you do not make the cut-off mark, you can change the instituiton or course of study to a new institution whose requirements fits your score.
UNIOSUN Departmental Cut-Off Marks
|Animal Science||170 and above|
|Agricultural Economics and Extension||160 and above|
|Agronomy||160 and above|
|Fisheries and Wildlife Management||160 and above|
|Arts and Social Science Education||160 and above|
|Science, Technology and Mathematics Education||160 and above|
|Community Medicine||160 and above|
|Medicine||230 and above|
|Obstetrics and Gynecology||230 and above|
|Paediatrics||230 and above|
|Ophthalmology||230 and above|
|Psychiatry||230 and above|
|Surgery||230 and above|
|Nursing Science||220 and above|
|Chemical Pathology||200 and above|
|Haematology||200 and above|
|Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology||200 and above|
|Pharmacology||200 and above|
|Medical Microbiology and Parasitology||200 and above|
|Anatomy||200 and above|
|Physiology||200 and above|
|Biochemistry||180 and above|
|History and International Studies||160 and above|
|Languages and Linguistics||180 and above|
|Law||210 and above|
|Accounting, Banking and Finance||190 and above|
|Business Administration||160 and above|
|Economics||160 and above|
|Geography||160 and above|
|Human Resource Development||160 and above|
|Political Science||160 and above|
|Biological Sciences||160 and above|
|Civil Engineering||200 and above|
|Electrical/Electronics Engineering||200 and above|
|Mechanical Engineering||200 and above|
|Geological Sciences||170 and above|
|Chemical Sciences||160 and above|
|Information and Communication Technology||180 and above|
|Mathematical and Physical Sciences||160 and above|
|Urban and Regional Planning||160 and above|
NOTE: The University’s management has not recently published the official list of their departmental cut-off mark.
Therefore, treat the above list as a mere guide. We shall update our list immediately the official one is published.
About the University
The Osun State University, Oshogbo is an institution of higher learning, established and run by the Osun State government.
It is one of the state-owned universities in Nigeria. It also runs a multi-campus system, having 6 campuses, one in each of the 6 geo-political zones in the state.
In December 2006, the National Universities Commission (NUC), approved the university as the 30th state university in the country and the 80th University overall in the country.
Colleges and Departments
College of Agriculture
- Animal Science
- Agricultural Economics and Extension
- Fisheries and Wildlife Management
College of Education
- Arts and Social Science Education
- Science, Technology and Mathematics Education
Faculty of Clinical Sciences
- Community Medicine
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Nursing Science
Faculty of Basic Clinical Sciences
- Chemical Pathology
- Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology
- Medical Microbiology and Parasitology
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
College of Humanities and Culture
- History and International Studies
- Languages and Linguistics
College of Law
College of Management and Social Sciences
- Accounting, Banking and Finance
- Business Administration
- Human Resource Development
- Political Science
College of Science, Engineering and Technology
- Biological Sciences
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical/Electronics Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Geological Sciences
- Chemical Sciences
- Information and Communication Technology
- Mathematical and Physical Sciences
- Urban and Regional Planning
Frequently Asked Questions
Does UNIOSUN Accept Second Choice?
No, it is not one of the universities in Nigeria that is listed by JAMB as available second choice institutions.
Does UNIOSUN Accept Two Sittings?
UNIOSUN accepts candidates who have at least 5 Credit passes in their WAEC or NECO examinations or any of its equivalents in not more than two (2) sittings.
From the JAMB cut-off mark for UNIJOS and the rest of the information provided above, you should have enough to successfully set a target for yourself and come up with what you need to ace your exams.
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