This is the latest update on the University of Nigeria, Nsukka – UNN Cut Off Mark 2021/2022 requirement for all courses and Departments for UTME and Direct Entry candidates.
The management board of the University of Nigeria Nsukka has recommended that all aspirants must meet the UNN JAMB Cut off mark for 2021 as their number qualification for admission.
Importantly, the university has also set the UNN Departmental Cutoff mark as the first and most compulsory required criteria for admission in 2021.
- 1 UNN JAMB Cut off for 2021/2022 Session
- 2 What is UNN Cut off mark for 2021
- 3 UNN Departmental Cut off Points for all courses
- 4 Law, Medicine, and Surgery, Pharmacy Cut Off Mark
- 5 Cut off marks for Agriculture Courses
- 6 Cut off marks for Arts courses
- 7 Cut off marks for Biological Sciences Courses
- 8 Cut off marks for Business Administration courses
- 9 Cut off marks for Education Courses
- 10 Cut off marks for Engineering Courses
- 11 Cut off marks for Environmental Studies courses
- 12 Cut off marks for Health Science and Technology Courses
- 13 Cut off marks for Physical Sciences Courses
- 14 Cut off marks for Social Sciences Courses
- 15 How to Calculate UNN Cut off Mark/Aggregate Score 2021
- 16 Related
UNN JAMB Cut off for 2021/2022 Session
The UNN Cut off mark is the general JAMB Cut off point for all courses offered in UNN for the 2021/2022 academic session holistic admission screening exercise.
All aspirants are to take note of the cut off point so as to know whether they are qualified to apply for the upcoming Post UTME or not.
So if you must be qualified for UNN 2021 admission, then you must make you meet the cut-off mark for your department.
This is a quick update to all 2021 interested applicants. So kindly read attentively and adhere to it if you want to be admitted.
What is UNN Cut off mark for 2021
The University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) JAMB fixed cut off mark for 2021 is 180 for all courses except for the Departmental cut off mark for each courses shown below.
Although the University of Nigeria Nsukka general JAMB cut-off mark is 180, there are courses at UNN which aspirants with 180 on a dot may not gain admission into. See detailed information below.
- UNN Post-UTME Admission form Available
- Check UNN admission update
- Check UNN School fee for 2021 new students
- All UNN Courses and their Cut off mark
- Visit the UNN Admission portal
Finally, any aspirant that wish to apply for admission at KUST but doesn’t score up to the 180 Cut off point, should do the following options;
- JAMB Cut off Mark for all Schools in 2021
- Top schools that accept from 120 JAMB Score upward
- Courses that accept 120 JAMB score for admission
- Admission news/update for all schools
- Schools that accept second Choice
- change your course to a less competitive one
- All courses and their JAMB Cut off marks
- Schools that have released their 2021 admission form
I have listed out the detailed UNN departmental cutoff points for all courses in 2021 at the bottom of this page so as to make it clearer for aspirants to know the required JAMB score that can give them admission.
Now, you are to check the cut-off points for your course and department below to be able to compare your JAMB score and know what your admission chances will look like.
At a glance, UNN JAMB and Post-UTME cut-off marks are 180 for all courses while the minimum required aggregate score for admission in 2021 is 200. See detailed information below.
UNN Departmental Cut off Points for all courses
The following are the necessary UNN department cut-off points for 2021.
Disclaimer; these departmental cutoff points have not been confirmed by the University management. But they are the most used cutoff points from past years’ admissions.
As a result, I will advise you to use them as hints and clues and not as the actual departmental cut off points because they are subject to changes depending on how this year’s admission process goes.
Law, Medicine, and Surgery, Pharmacy Cut Off Mark
- The Cut off mark for Law is 297
- UNN Cut off mark for Medicine and Surgery is 295.
- Cut off mark for Pharmacy is 284
- The estimated Cut off mark for Veterinary Medicine is 227
Cut off marks for Agriculture Courses
- 227 for Agric Economics
- 201 for Agric Extension
- 202 for Animal Science
- 206 for Crop Science –
- 205 for Soil Science
- 200 for Home Science
- 247 for Nutrition and Dietetics
Cut off marks for Arts courses
- 246 for Archaeology & Tourism
- 271 for English & Literary Studies
- 260 for Fine & Applied Arts
- 254 for Foreign Languages
- 259 for History & International Studies
- 245 for Linguistics & Nigerian Languages
- 268 for Mass Communication
- 255 for Music
- 254 for Theatre Art
- 201 for Combined Arts
Cut off marks for Biological Sciences Courses
- 248 for Biochemistry
- 200 for Botany
- 214 for Combined Biological Sciences
- 243 for Microbiology
- 207 for Zoology
Cut off marks for Business Administration courses
- 257 for Accountancy
- 229 for Banking & Finance
- 207 for Marketing
- 233 for Business Management
- Cut off mark for Dentistry is 270
Cut off marks for Education Courses
- 201 for Adult Education
- 251 for Art Education
- 203 for Chemistry Education
- 245 for Social Sciences Education
- 205 Agric Education
- 220 for Business Education
- 263 for Guidance and Counselling
- 206 for Health Education
- 229 for Home Economics Education
- 236 for Industrial Technical Education
- 246 for Library & Information Science
- 200 for Science Education
Cut off marks for Engineering Courses
- 204 for Agric and Bioresources Engineering
- 248 for Civil Engineering
- 242 for Electrical Engineering
- 232 for Electronics Engineering
- 242 for Mechanic Engineering
Cut off marks for Environmental Studies courses
- 226 for Architecture
- 201 for Estate Management
- 201 for Geoinformatics and Survey
- 210 for Urban & Regional Planning
Cut off marks for Health Science and Technology Courses
- 266 for Radiography
- 258 for Medical Rehabilitation
- 268 for Nursing
Cut off marks for Physical Sciences Courses
- 227 for Computer Science
- 234 for Geology
- 200 for Mathematics
- 200 for Physics & Astronomy
- 206 for Pure & Industrial Chemistry
- 200 for Statistics
- 200 for Computer & statistics
Cut off marks for Social Sciences Courses
- 260 for Economics
- 243 for Geography
- 259 for Philosophy
- 275 for Political Science
- 252 for Psychology
- 266 for Public Administration
- 232 for Religious studies
- 213 for Social Work
- 260 for Sociology and Anthropology
How to Calculate UNN Cut off Mark/Aggregate Score 2021
The UNN aggregate score is simply the yardstick for selecting those that are qualified for admission and those that are not.
UNN aggregate score is made up of 100% and the 100% is split as follows;
- JAMB score: 60%
- Post UTME score; 40%.
To check your UNN aggregate score, you have to multiply your JAMB Score by 0.6 e.g 210×0.6 = 126.
In the same way, multiply your Post UTME score by 0.4% and sum your total score together to get your aggregate score for UNN.
Now that you have known the UNN departmental cut off marks for 2021 for all courses, compare with your JAMB score and apply for UNN Post-UTME here.
You can feel free to ask questions and get answers with more detailed information on this, using the comment box below.