FUTMINNA Post UTME 2019/2020: How to Know if You are Eligible for FUTMINNA Admission Screening Exercise
Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUTMINNA) has started selling their Post UTME admission screening exercise application forms for the 2019/2020 academic session. The FUTMINNA post UTME form can be obtained online and the screening exercise has been scheduled as detailed on the webpage accessible via the link below.
Also See: FUTMINNA Admission List
(i) Only UTME and DE candidates who selected the Federal University of Technology, Minna are eligible for the screening exercise.
(ii) UTME candidates must have a minimum UTME score of 180, except for those courses for which higher cut-off marks have been indicated in the webpage linked to below:
(iii) Candidates MUST meet the minimum UTME scores for their chosen courses, have the right UTME subject combinations as prescribed in the JAMB Brochure and the requisite ‘O’ Level subjects at credit level.
(iv) However, candidates who do not meet any of the above requirements will be allowed to change to any other course whose requirements are met by the candidates. The change of course will attract a processing fee of N1,000 only payable at the screening venue.
(v) All candidates must possess a minimum of five ‘O’ Level credits including Mathematics and English Language at not more than two sittings in subjects relevant to their proposed courses.
(vi) Only ‘O’ Level result print-out(s) downloaded directly from the website(s) of the national examining bodies (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB) or photocopies of the original certificate(s) will be accepted for verification. Candidates that already have their ‘O’ Level results MUST bring the results to the screening venue. Failure to do so will result in disqualification of candidates.
(vii) Candidates awaiting ‘O’ Level results are not qualified for the screening exercise.
Required General Cut off Mark:
FUTMINNA Admission Cut Off Marks
The management of the Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUTMINNA) has released the cut-off mark for the 2019/2020 academic session admission exercise.
Candidates must have a minimum UTME score of 180, except for those courses for which higher cut-off marks have been indicated below:
- SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE & AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY (SAAT)
- Agriculture: 180
- Food Science & Technology: 180
- Water Resources, Aquaculture & Fisheries Technology: 180
- SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (SEET)
- Computer Engineering: 200
- Electrical/Electronic Engineering: 190
- Mechatronics Engineering: 190
- Telecommunication Engineering: 180
- SCHOOL OF INFRASTRUCTURE, PROCESS ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (SIPET)
- Agric. Bioresources Engineering: 180
- Chemical Engineering: 190
- Civil Engineering: 190
- Mechanical Engineering: 190
- Material and Metallurgical Engineering: 180
- SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY (SET)
- Architecture: 200
- Building: 180
- Estate Management & Valuation : 180
- Quantity Surveying: 180
- Surveying & Geoinformatics: 180
- Urban & Regional Planning : 180
- SCHOOL OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (SICT)
- Computer Science: 200
- Cyber Security Science: 200
- SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES (SLS)
- Biochemistry: 190
- Biology: 180
- Microbiology: 190
- SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SPS)
- Chemistry: 180
- Geology: 180
- Geography: 180
- Mathematics/Statistics: 180
- Physics: 180
- SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (SSTE)
- Education Technology: 180
- Industrial and Technology Education: 180
- Science Education: 180
Candidates MUST meet the minimum UTME scores for their chosen courses, have the right UTME subject combinations as prescribed in the JAMB Brochure and the requisite ‘O’ Level subjects at credit level.
The Federal University of Technology, Minna is a Federal Government owned University in Nigeria. It was established on 1st February, 1983. The objective for its establishment is to give effect to the Nation’s drive for the much-needed self-reliance in Science, Engineering and especially Technology. It is a specialized University of Technology.
In recognition of excellence in areas of Science and Technology, the University has been attracting high calibre and eminent scholars to its fold. In addition, most of its academic programmes have full accreditation and the rest interim accreditation by the recent exercises conducted by relevant professional bodies and the NUC. The only programme that was denied accreditation during the recent (November, 2005) NUC accreditation exercise was a new programme started in 2002 which is yet to mature for accreditation.