UAT cut off mark for all courses offered in the current academic session 2020/2021 has been released by the management of the institution but will be approved upon release of the forthcoming 2020/2021 JAMB result.
The management of University of Africa is aware of the directive from JAMB that all universities in Nigeria, be it private, state or Federal government owned, fix their minimum cut off mark at 160 in order to accommodate for more students for the 2020/2021 academic session.
When this directive from JAMB took effect, most universities refused to cut down their minimum cut off marks until JAMB began effecting its ban threat on any university that fails to comply, then and there did this new cut off mark began to take effect.
UAT however, pegged their cut off mark at 160 this also would give room for admission for the current academic session.
Now with the above announcement still in force, candidates who selected University of Africa as their preferred choice of higher institution during the UTME registration can confirm via the table below if they meet the 2020/2021 JAMB cut-off mark.
Prospective candidates who meet the cut off mark would then proceed for post UTME and internal screening exercise at the university’s main campus and are thereby are advised to carry all supporting documents along including recent passport photographs (coloured).
See the approved JAMB/post UTME cut off mark for UAT in 2020/2021 academic session at the end of this post.
Benefits of Meeting The Minimum JAMB Cut Off Mark of University of Africa:
Candidates should note that the benefits of meeting UAT cut off mark for 2020/2021 academic session is that it affords candidates the opportunity to gain admission to sit for post UTME aptitude tests and also study any of the courses offered in the University of Africa, Toru-Orua so long as the candidate gets a good score in the internal screening exercise.
Requirements for Post UTME Internal screening at UAT:
- To be eligible for admission at UAT, candidates must score up to the minimum cut off mark for the current academic session as fixed by JAMB (Joint Admission and Matriculation Board).
- Candidates seeking admission into UAT; must have at least five (5) credits in Mathematics and English and other relevant subjects as it relates to his or her course of study in not more than two (2) sittings to be eligible to participate in the post UTME screening aptitude test
- Age Requirement for University of Africa: Candidate must be at least 15 years of age to be eligible to apply
- The management of University of Africa would also request for your original documents which includes ‘O’ level certificate, for your information, awaiting results are accepted by the institution so long as results would be made available upon request during the screening exercise.
- Original copy of your birth certificate or birth declaration document duly signed by the Federal High court.
- You are also to carry along, recent passport photographs (Colored preferably)
We take it upon ourselves to constantly remind candidates that scoring above the minimum JAMB and post UTME cut off mark for UAT does not in any way guarantee you an automatic admission into the institution, until a successful internal screening exercise carried out on all candidates then candidates can be rest assured, it only increases your chances of gaining admission should you perform above average in your post UTME exercise.
The management further stressed that only successful candidates that participated in University of Africa post UTME internal screening exercise would be automatically granted admission to study the course of their choice.
UAT Cut off Mark For All Courses 2020/2021 Academic Session
UAT JAMB and post UTME cut off mark for all courses 2020/2021 academic session is 160, candidates with a minimum UTME score of 160 and above are automatically eligible for the post UTME screening exercise at the institution.
|DEPARTMENT||MINIMUM REQUIRED JAMB CUT OFF MARK|
|FACULTY OF SCIENCE|
|Biological Sciences||160 and above|
|Chemical Sciences||160 and above|
|Mathematical Sciences||160 and above|
|Physics||160 and above|
|FACULTY OF SOCIAL & MANAGEMENT SCIENCES|
|Accounting||160 and above|
|Banking and Finance||160 and above|
|Business Administration||160 and above|
|Economics||160 and above|
|Industrial Relations and Personnel Management||160 and above|
|Mass Communication||160 and above|
|Political Science||160 and above|
|Public Administration||160 and above|
|FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE|
|Agricultural Economics and Extension Services||160 and above|
|Animal Production and Health||160 and above|
|Crop, Soil and Pest Management||160 and above|
|Fisheries and Aquaculture||160 and above|
|Hotel & Tourism Management||160 and above|
|FACULTY OF ARTS AND EDUCATION|
|English||160 and above|
|History and International Studies||160 and above|
|Linguistics and African Languages||160 and above|
|Theater Arts||160 and above|
|Education||160 and above|
At UAT, so long as you pass the cut off mark, you are eligible to participate in the screening exercise but you must have your complete O’level results as Awaiting Result will not be accepted during the screening process.
The above information is to clear the confusion as regards UAT JAMB cut off mark for all courses offered for the 2020/2021 academic session, which simply means any candidate with 160 and above and selected University of Africa, Toru-Orua is automatically qualified to sit for the post UTME screening test or partake in the oral interview as the case may be.