FUNAAB Post UTME Cut-off Marks 2021/2022: How to Know if You are Eligible for FUNAAB Admission
Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) has started selling their Post UTME admission screening exercise application forms for the 2021/2022 academic session. FUNAAB cut-off mark for Post UTME Screening eligibility can be seen below. Also, the FUNAAB Departmental cut off marks for merit admission are also below. The FUNAAB post UTME form can be obtained online and the screening exercise has been scheduled as detailed on the webpage accessible via the link below.
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All Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidates who applied for admission into the Benue State University, Makurdi for the 2021/2022 Academic Session and scored 160 points and above in the UTME are eligible to participate in the Post UTME exercise of the University. You can also see FUNAAB Departmental cut off marks below.
Required General Cut off Mark:
FUNAAB Departmental Cut-off Marks
To be eligible for Pre-Admission Screening Exercise candidates must have sat for the 2021/2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and scored a minimum of 160 mark.
The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State (FUNAAB) was established on January 1, 1988 by theFederal Government when four Universities of Technology, earlier merged in 1984, were demerged. This led to the creation of the first two Universities of Agriculture in Abeokuta and Makurdi.
On the same date, Professor Nurudeen Olorun-Nimbe Adedipe was appointed the pioneer Vice-Chancellor of the University. Professor Adedipe officially assumed duty on January 28, 1988. For many years the date which ProfessorAdedipe assumed duty was wrongly adopted as the foundation day of the University. Following a revisit to the instrument setting up the University, a Council decision at its 53rd Statutory meeting in June 2010 reverted the foundation date to January 1st 1988 as prescribed by the law which established the University.
Prior to the emergence of UNAAB, the Federal Government had established the Federal University of Technology, Abeokuta (FUTAB) in 1983. Then, in 1984, it was merged with the University of Lagos and had its name changed to the College of Science and Technology, Abeokuta (COSTAB), before the demerger of January, 1988.
The University started off from the old Campus of Abeokuta Grammar School, Isale-Igbein near the city centre. It completed its movement to its Permanent Site along Alabata Road in 1997, in what has been termed the fastest pace of Permanent Site development in the history of Nigerian University System.