Are you aspiring to become a student of UNIUYO, hence wondering what the JAMB cut-off mark of this university is? I will assure you that you are on the right page.
Here, we have clearly and carefully given you all you would want to know about the JAMB cut-off mark of University of UYO, Akwa Ibom State. We have also listed their departmental cut-off marks and given you answers to those questions you might be asking about the admission and about UNIUYO generally.
On this ride, I urge you to sit tight and read along with keen interest as we now delve into the subject.
I will point it out to you that you aren’t in the wrong ordeal. Your quest to know the cut-off mark of your dream university and maybe, department is the right thing to do, as it will help you target a great score, keep you on alert and let you know your chances of admission.
WHAT IS THE JAMB CUT-OFF MARK OF UNIUYO?
The official JAMB cut-off mark of the University of Uyo (UNIUYO), Akwa Ibom State is 180. This is the same for every university in Nigeria, except the ones in the educationally less privileged States.
What this JAMB cut-off mark means is that if you score up to 180 in your UTME, then you are eligible to purchase the Post UTME form of UNIUYO, and prepare for further screening.
There is no guarantee that you’ll be admitted if you made 180. What is more obtainable is the principle of ‘the higher your JAMB and Post UTME scores are, the better chance you have for admission.’
Therefore, study hard and smart. Certainly, this guide on how to pass JAMB would be of great help to you.
UNIUYO DEPARTMENTAL CUT-OFF MARK
|Agric Economics and Extension||190 and above|
|Animal Science||190 and above|
|Crop Science||180 and above|
|Fishery and Aquaculture||180 and above|
|Forestry and Environmental Management||180 and above|
|Food Science and Technology||200 and above|
|Human Ecology, Nutrition and Dietetics||190 and above|
|Soil Science and Land Management||180 and above|
|English||200 and above|
|Communication Arts||200 and above|
|History and International Studies||190 and above|
|Linguistics and Nigerian Languages||180 and above|
|Music||180 ans above|
|Philosophy||190 and above|
|Religious and Cultural Studies||180 and above|
|Theatre Arts||190 and above|
|Foriegn Languages - French||190 and above|
|Biochemistry||200 and above|
|Physiology||200 and above|
|Anatomy||220 and above|
|Accounting||210 and above|
|Marketing||200 and above|
|Banking and Finance||200 and above|
|Business Management||200 and above|
|Insurance||190 and above|
|Medical Microbiology and Parasitology||210 and above|
|Community Health||220 and above|
|Orthopaedic/Traumatology||240 and above|
|Haematology||220 and above|
|Obstetrics and Gynecology||230 and above|
|Paediatrics||230 and above|
|Ophthalmology||230 and above|
|Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics||230 and above|
|Anastasia||230 and above|
|Family Medicine||240 and above|
|Internal Medicine||240 and above|
|Chemical Pathology||220 and above|
|Psychiatry||220 and above|
|Surgery||245 and above|
|Early Childhood and Special Education||180 and above|
|Science Education||180 and above|
|Arts Education||180 and above|
|Education Technology and Library Sciences||180 and above|
|Agricultural Engineering||200 and above|
|Food Engineering||210 and above|
|Petroleum Engineering||220 and above|
|Chemical Engineering||220 and above|
|Mechanical Engineering||220 and above|
|Civil Engineering||220 and above|
|Computer Engineering||220 and above|
|Electrical and Electronic Engineering||230 and above|
|Architecture||200 and above|
|Building||180 and above|
|Estate Management||180 and above|
|Fine and Industrial Arts||180 and above|
|Quantity Surveying||190 and above|
|Geoinformatics and Land Surveying||180 and above|
|Urban and Regional Planning||180 and above|
|Public Law||240 and above|
|Private Law||240 and above|
|International Law and Jurisprudence||240 and above|
|Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology||235 and above|
|Pharmaceutical and Medical Chemistry||235 and above|
|Pharmacognosy and Natural Medicine||240 and above|
|Pharmacology and Toxicology||230 and above|
|Clinical and Biopharmacy||230 and above|
|Chemistry||180 and above|
|Physics||180 and above|
|Microbiology||180 and above|
|Botany and Ecological Studies||180 and above|
|Mathematics||180 and above|
|Statistics||180 and above|
|Computer Science||200 and above|
|Animal and Environmental Biology||180 and above|
|Economics||200 and above|
|Geography and Regional Planning||180 and above|
|Political Science and Public Administration||200 and above|
|Sociology and Anthropology||190 and above|
|Psychology||200 and above|
NOTE: This figures given in the table above should be reserved as a mere guide, and not taken to be the actual departmental cut-off mark of UNIUYO.
As at the time of publishing this post, UNIUYO had not released their official cut-off marks for different departments. Nevertheless, we shall keep you updated when the list is published.
The University of Uyo, known as UNIUYO in the short form is a Federal university located in the capital city of Akwa Ibom State. What we have today as UNIUYO started as the University of Cross River (UNICROSS).
University of Cross River was established in 1983 by the Cross River State Government. In 1991, the Federal Government of Nigeria converted UNICROSS to a federal government owned university. It was then that the name was changed from UNICROSS to University of Uyo (UNIUYO).
That is to say, UNIUYO was established in 1991. Bearing the motto “Learning, Unity and Service, UNIUYO has been a giant in the game of academics since its inception. It has produced remarkable individuals who we reckon as reputable citizens of Nigeria.
You can be recognized as one of those individuals if you play your card well: by studying hard and being smart enough to explore opportunities.
FACULTIES AND DEPARTMENTS IN UNIUYO
Currently, there are 13 academic faculties in UNIUYO. Below listed are those faculties and the various departments under them:
Faculty of Agriculture
- Agric Economics and Extension
- Animal Science
- Crop Science
- Fishery and Aquaculture
- Forestry and Environmental Management
- Food Science and Technology
- Human Ecology, Nutrition and Dietetics
- Soil Science and Land Management
Faculty of Arts
- Communication Arts
- History and International Studies
- Linguistics and Nigerian Languages
- Religious and Cultural Studies
- Theatre Arts
- Foriegn Languages – French
Faculty of Basic Medical Science
Faculty of Business Administration
- Banking and Finance
- Business Management
Faculty of Clinical Science
- Medical Microbiology and Parasitology
- Community Health
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
- Family Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Chemical Pathology
Faculty of Education
- Early Childhood and Special Education
- Science Education
- Arts Education
- Education Technology and Library Sciences
Faculty of Engineering
- Agricultural Engineering
- Food Engineering
- Petroleum Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Faculty of Environmental Studies
- Estate Management
- Fine and Industrial Arts
- Quantity Surveying
- Geoinformatics and Land Surveying
- Urban and Regional Planning
Faculty of Law
- Public Law
- Private Law
- International Law and Jurisprudence
Faculty of Pharmacy
- Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
- Pharmaceutical and Medical Chemistry
- Pharmacognosy and Natural Medicine
- Pharmacology and Toxicology
- Clinical and Biopharmacy
Faculty of Science
- Botany and Ecological Studies
- Computer Science
- Animal and Environmental Biology
Faculty of Social Science
- Geography and Regional Planning
- Political Science and Public Administration
- Sociology and Anthropology
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How is UNIUYO aggregate calculated?
To calculate your UNIUYO aggregate, understand that you need to get the 50% of each of the contributing exams (JAMB and Post UTME).
So to do that, divide your JAMB score by 8 and divide your post UTME score by 2.
Add the results and there you have you aggregate score. It is in percentage; so don’t be surprised it will not exceed 100 points.
Does UNIUYO write Post UTME?
Yes, the University of Uyo organizes the Post UTME for students seeking admission. This serves as an extra screening exam and it is usually held between the months of July and August annually.
How can I get admission into UNIUYO?
You can either get admitted into UNIUYO as an undergraduate student by UTME or Direct Entry methods.
For UTME (JAMB) candidates, you must choose the University as your first choice during JAMB registration
- Meet the O’Level requirements: you must have at least 5 credits in your WAEC or NECO, among which must be English Language and Mathematics and three other subjects relevant for your chosen course of study.
- You must make a satisfactory performance in your JAMB. This also involves doing the right JAMB subject combination.
- Your performance in Post UTME must also be above pa.
- You must not be less than 16 years of age.
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