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AAU Post UTME Screening Result Released, 2018/2019: How to Check



Ambrose Alli University (AAU) Post-UTME Screening results for the 2018/2019 admission screening exercise has been released – See how to check below.

This is to inform candidates who participated in the post-UTME screening exercise of Ambrose Alli University (AAU) for the 2018/2019 academic session that the result of the screening has been released.

How To Check Ambrose Alli University (AAU) Post-UTME Screening result

As has been announced above, all AAU Ekpoma aspirants who took part in the screening exercise of the institution are hereby informed that the results of the 2018 Post Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) screening exercise into Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma have been officially released.

Candidates who participated in the exercise are therefore advised to check their screening results via the AAU Ekpoma online post utme result checker.

  • To check your result, visit https://aaue.waeup.org/login
  • Enter your username and password in the spaces provided.
  • Click on “Login” and proceed to view your Post-UTME screening score

Good luck!

AAU Departmental Cut-off Marks

The management of the Ambrose Alli University (AAU) Ekpoma, has also released the departmental cut-off marks for the 2018/2019 academic session admission exercise.

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

  • Animal Science: 40
  • Crop Science: 40
  • Agric Econs/Extension: 40
  • Soil Science: 40

ARTS

  • English: 50
  • History and International Studies: 40
  • Modern Languages: 40
  • Philosophy: 40
  • Religious Studies and Cultural Management: 40
  • Theatre And Media Art: 50

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

  • Medicine Lab.Science: 60
  • Physiology: 50
  • Nursing: 65
  • Anatomy: 50
  • Medicine And Surgery: 70

EDUCATION

  • Curriculum and Instruction: 40
  • Educational Foundations & Management: 40
  • Guidance And Counseling: 40
  • Human and Kinetics Health Education: 40
  • Voc. and Technical Education: 40
  • Library and information science: 40

ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Civil Engineering: 50
  • Elect/Elec Engineering: 60
  • Mech. Engineering: 50
  • Industrial and Production Engineering: 50

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

  • Architecture: 50
  • Building: 40
  • Fine And Applied Arts: 40
  • Geography and Environmental Management : 40

LAW

  • LAW: 70

MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

  • Accounting: 50
  • Banking And Finance: 50
  • Business Administration: 50
  • Public Administration: 50

LIFE SCIENCES

  • Biochemistry: 50
  • Botany: 40
  • Human Nutrition Dieleties: 40
  • Microbiology: 50
  • Zoology: 40

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

  • Computer Science: 55
  • Chemistry: 40
  • Industrial Chemistry: 40
  • Mathematics: 40
  • Geophysics: 40
  • Physics: 40
  • Statistics: 40

SOCIAL SCIENCES

  • Economics: 50
  • Political Science: 50
  • Psychology: 40
  • Sociology: 45

About AAU Ekpoma

Ambrose Alli University is a university in Nigeria established in 1981. It was established by the then governor of Bendel State (now Edo and Delta States), Professor Ambrose Folorunsho Alli (1979–1983). First known as Bendel State University, then Edo State University, it was later changed to its present name in commemoration of Professor Ambrose Folorunso Alli.

The origin of older universities in the developed world can be traced in Europe to as far back as twelfth century. Most of them developed from cathedral and monastery schools and other centres of learning under the guidance of academic leaders whose fame spread far beyond their immediate environment, enabling them to attract scholars and students from far and near. Their rates of development varied and it is sometime difficult to know when they actually became full fledged universities.

The University of Bologna is believed to be the oldest having been founded in the early twelfth century even though it existed as a law school since the ninth century. The University of Paris with a slight different structure from that of Bologna developed in the late twelfth century. These schools and centres, which where founded mainly to serve the professions, provided unified teaching of law, medicine and theology providing Ministers of Religion and other statesmen and professionals. Some of these schools originated as break-away groups caused often by disagreements with the mode of instruction or content of curriculum in the host school.

Learn more about AAU History


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