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UI Cut Off Marks for 2019 Admission: See Departmental Cut-off Marks



UI Cut Off Marks for 2019 Admission: See Departmental Cut-off Marks

UI Departmental Cut-off Marks have been released. See the University of Ibadan UI cut off marks for admission into the university based on merit and educationally less developed states (elds) benefits.

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Also See: UI Post UTME Form

Aspiring candidates are expected to meet certain criteria before they can be admitted to study in any of the courses in any Nigerian university. One of such criteria involves meeting the required cut off mark for the school as well as the course or department itself. Obtaining admission based on merit becomes easy and straightforward when one has met the required cut off mark for the admission into the desired course.

Candidates whose scores fall below the released marks may wish to seek admission in institutions affiliated to the University of Ibadan or the University of Ibadan Distance Learning center for their degree programmes. Information about these institutions can be obtained from the Admissions Office.

FACULTY

DEPARTMENTS

Merit Cut-Off

ELDS

Cut-off

AGRICULTURE

Agricultural Extension and Rural Development

52.62

Agricultural Economics

55.25

53.12

Agriculture

51.75

51.62

Agronomy

53.12

Animal Science

54.75

ARTS

Anthropology

50.5

Archaeology

50.0

Arabic Language

58.12

Classical Studies

56.12

54.0

Communication and Language Arts

66.0

64.12

English Language

65.5

64.37

French

60.0

58.87

German

55.5

History

56.12

Islamic Studies

57.12

Linguistics

64.25

61.62

Music

57.0

Philosophy

57.87

Religious Studies

52.87

Russian

55.0

Theatre Arts

61.87

60.0

Yoruba

51.5

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Biochemistry

63.62

61.87

Dentistry

73.12

71.37

Environmental Health Science

60.25

Human Nutrition

61.87

60.62

Medical Laboratory Science

70.12

69.12

Medicine and Surgery

78.87

78.37

Nursing

70.5

Physiology

65.0

64.5

Physiotherapy

70.5

68.75

ECONOMICS

Economics

63.0

61.0

EDUCATION

Adult Education

51.37

51.12

Early Childhood Education

51.25

Education and Communication & Language Arts

61.75

61.62

Education and Arabic Language

54.0

Education and Biology

57.0

Education and Economics

51.12

Education and French

52.25

Education and Islamic Studies

54.625

Education Mathematics

53.25

Education and Physics

54.87

Education and Religious Studies

54.37

Education and Yoruba

51.5

Education and Chemistry

53.12

Education and English

63.87

62.75

Education and Geography

59.12

Education and History

52.37

Education and Political Science

56.0

Educational Management

52.0

Guidance & Counselling

56.37

54.25

Health Education

51.62

50.0

Human Kinetics

51.12

Library, Archival and Information science

57.0

53.62

Special Education

51.5

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN

Architecture

58.62

LAW

Law

70.12

68.87

PHARMACY

Pharmacy

72.62

71.37

RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES

Ecotourism and Aquaculture

52.62

Forest Products

50.0

Social and Environmental Forestry

50.0

Wildlife and Ecoutourism Management

54.62

51.87

SCIENCE

Anthropology

50.37

Archaeology

52.0

Botany

50.37

Chemistry

58.12

56.62

Industrial Chemistry

62.25

Computer Science

64.0

63.62

Geography

51.0

Geology

52.12

Mathematics

52.87

Microbiology

60.37

59.12

Physics

51.75

Statistics

50.62

Zoology

50.75

TECHNOLOGY

Agricultural and Environmental Engineering

51.75

Civil Engineering

62.25

Electrical Engineering

68.25

65.62

Food Technology

50.12

Mechanical Engineering

68.62

68.0

Petroleum Engineering

61.87

60.75

Industrial Production Engineering

57.5

Wood Products Engineering

51.75

THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

Geography

52.75

Political Science

64.12

62.25

Psychology

60.5

58.5

Sociology

60.87

60.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Veterinary Medicine

57.12

56.12

Earlier: UI Admission Cut off Mark Remains 200 – Management

University of Ibadan, UI admission cut off mark remains 200. See details below.

The management of the University of Ibadan (UI) has stated that the university’s cut-off mark for 2019/2020 academic session remains 200 as against 160 agreed on by the Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB) and stakeholders of higher institutions as the minimum cut-off mark for the 2019/2020 Academic Session.

In a statement by the office of its Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Idowu Olayinka, the institution said: “For the avoidance of doubts in the minds of our prospective admission seekers, their parents and guardians, our alumni and alumnae and the general public, the minimum mark for any course at the University of Ibadan, and all its Affiliated Institutions, remains 200 out of the maximum of 400.

This has been the position of the Senate of the University since the matriculation examinations into Nigerian Universities commenced in 1978.”

JAMB announced on Tuesday that the minimum cut-off mark for admission into federal universities will be 160 for 2019.

However, many educationists criticized the cut-off mark, describing it as ridiculously low and a further indication of the falling standard of education.

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12 Comments

  • Fatima Oseni

    Sir I just changed my course but its not reflecting on d jamb caps or anywhere else do I need to go to a cyber cafe or something... How do i go about it?

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    1. As long as you did the change of course on www.admissions.ui.edu.ng, it is supposed to reflect.

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  • Fatima Oseni

    Sir, I'll just changed my course on d sch website but its not reflecting on d JAMB caps or anywhere else. Is there a particular way of doing it(maybe in a cyber cafe or pay a certain amount,) or that's how its done?.

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  • Fatima Oseni

    My aggregate score was 61.375 and I applied for civil engineering which is 64.75(the cut off).would you advise me to change my course?
    The first batch of the list is out on the jamb website (not on the sch website yet) and I wasn't admitted

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    1. It depends on how much you really want to get admission this year (maybe, it's not your first time). In that case, you may want to change the course to increase your chances. However, it's not a bad idea to wait for the list to be available on UI website. At the end of the day, the decision is yours. All the best!

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  • Olayemi

    I scored 218 in jamb nd I picked ui..i did d post utme nd I scored 52.75 as aggregate score.. The cut off for d course chosen is 51.62..nd I have not been offered admission.. Plz Wat can I do

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    1. Olayemi, for now the best thing is to keep checking as well as to wait for UI to officially release the list, perhaps on their website.

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    2. Try to check it very well.
      What is it writing when you checked it?

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  • Mary-ann

    i had 267 in my jamb,andd i picked ui for medicine and sugery,i scored 56 in post utme and so my aggregrate was 61.375,i heard i cnt be admitted for medicine and that i can change to biochemistty which is 62.375,is it advisable and does the change of course actually work out,what are my chances of being admitted for biochemistry.Thank You

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    1. Your chances will be higher if you change to Biochemistry, no doubt. However, there's still no guarantee considering your aggregate is not up to the cut off mark. In fact, sometimes, even scoring up to or more than the cut off mark still doesn't guarantee that you'll be admitted. It depends on many factors and in this case, the major deciding factor will be the quota or available spaces vs the number of qualified candidates. In other words, you should get the admission if UI admits those that reached the cut-off (on merit), and the available slots have not been exhausted. All the best!

    2. Sir, what are the factors that made you said "even scoring above the cut off mark does not guarantee someone's admission"?

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    3. Komolafe, the number of people that the department can take is the major factor. If in a rare situation, a department can only take 300 new students and 500 students score more than the cut-off mark, some candidates will have to be denied the admission or they may be given another course.