UNIZIK Cut off mark for 2020/2021 Admission

UNIZIK Departmental Cut off Mark and JAMB Cut-off for Admission Screening.

Correct Unizik cut off mark for post utme screening and final departmental admission has always been a source of concern for propective unizik students. We hope to clear the confusion with this article.

There are 2 major unizik cut off marks that determines candidates final admission to the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka. The first is the Unizik JAMB cut off mark – the minimum JAMB score a candidate is expected to have before they could sit for the UNIZIK post utme screening exam, while the second is the Unizik Departmental cut off mark – the minimum post utme score a candidate is expected to have before they are finally admitted to the university. See below for further explanation.

Unizik JAMB cut off mark.

If you are searching for unizik cut off mark for jamb 2020 / 2021, note that the UNIZIK Jamb cut off mark is the minimum score a student who wrote this year’s JAMB UTME is expected to have obtained from the exam before they can register for for Unizik post utme. This cut off mark is mostly general with some variations across faculties as follows.

Faculties / Programmes with Cut-Off Mark of 200:

  1. Arts – English Language and Literature
  2. Basic Medical Sciences – Anatomy and Physiology
  3. Biosciences  –   Applied   Microbiology   and Brewing,    Applied    Biochemistry,    Botany, Parasitology and Entomology and Zoology
  4. Education – Educational    Foundations, Educational Management & Policy
  5. Health Sciences & Technology – Medical Lab Science,    Nursing    Science,    Radiography, Medical Rehab (Physiotherapy)
  6. Law
  7. Management Sciences – Accountancy, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Cooperative Economics & Management, Marketing, Public Administration and Entrepreneurship
  8. Medicine – Medicine
  9. Pharmaceutical Sciences – Pharmacy
  10. Physical Sciences – Computer Science
  11. Social Sciences – Economics, Psychology, Political
    Science, Mass Communication, Sociology/Anthropology.

Faculties/Programmes with Cut-Off Mark of 180:

  1. Agriculture – Agric Econs & Extension, Animal Science & Fisheries, Forestry & Wildlife, Food Science  &  Technology,  Soil  Science,  Crop Science.
  2. Arts – Igbo, African & Asian Studies, History & International Studies, Linguistics, Music, Philosophy,  Modern European Languages, Religion & Human Relations, Theatre and Film Studies, and Chinese Studies.
  3. Education –   All   programmes   except Educational Foundations, Educational Management & Policy and Technical Education
  4. Engineering –   All programmes
  5. Environmental Sciences – Only Architecture
  6. Health Sciences & Technology – Environmental Health Science

Programmes with 160 Cut off:

  1. Environmental Sciences – Building, Quantity Surveying, Surveying & Geoinformatics, Fine and Applied Arts, Environmental   Management,  Estate Management, Geography and Meteorology
  2. Physical Sciences – All programs except Computer Science
  3. Technical Education  and
  4. All Affiliate Institutions

Unizik Departmental cut off mark.

The Unizik Departmental cut off mark or Unizik post utme cut off mark or Unizik aggregate cut off mark is the minimum score a candidate is expected to have at the end of the unizik screening exam before they can be admitted to various departments in the university. Note that this minimum score is an aggregate of both JAMB score and post utme score.

Last year, the admission committee met, decided, and released the under listed cut-off marks for Departments. Candidates who meet the cut-off marks would be offered admission in the University’s merit list.

UNIZIK Cut off markUNIZIK Cut off mark departmental

It is also important to note that candidates to be admitted are only those who crossed their departmental Post UTME cutoff marks and at the same time are without wrong JAMB subject combinations.

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