University of Lagos (UNILAG) Cut Off Mark for Admission (2022/2022)

UNILAG JAMB/UMTE Cut Off Mark for Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Engineering & Mass Communication

UNILAG cut off mark for admission is always of high importance among prospective undergraduates.

Unilag admission cut off mark

Being offered admission in University of Lagos, popularly called UNILAG is not easy.

This is because of high application for admission into University of Lagos.

Annually, UNILAG set requirements and scores /cut off mark for admission into its various academic programmes.

Apart from general cut off mark for UNILAG admission which is usually pegged at UMTE 200 aggregate score, the institution also set specific cut off marks for various UNILAG departments.

Most universities in Nigeria are dropping post UTME examination for admission offers.

Currently most universities in Nigeria especially federal universities combine O’Level result with UMTE/JAMB scores for admission.

In this article, UNILAG JAMB/UMTE cut off mark will be discussed.

Specifically, we will be talking about the general cut off mark for UNILAG admission as well as UNILAG JAMB/UMTE Cut off mark for various departments.

Available data has shown that UNILAG UTME/JAMB cut off mark for courses like Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Engineering, Nursing and Mass Communication are the most sought after by students.

Hence we will be providing UNILAG JAMB/UMTE cut off score for these courses.

University of Lagos General UTME/JAMB Cut Off Mark

Normally, after JAMB/UTME examinations, universities across Nigeria usually come up with specific general Cut off mark for applicants seeking for admission into their institution.

Unilag is no exception in this regards as UNILAG JAMB cut off mark is major determinant on if a student can be offered admission.

For the current academic year, the general JAMB/UMTE cut off mark for UNILAG is 200 aggregate score.

So, for any student to stand a chance of being offered admission to study undergraduate course in the institution, they must attain 200 aggregate JAMB/UMTE score.

UNILAG Cut Off Mark for Law

Law is very competitive in University of Lagos. So, students who wish to study law at UNILAG must work hard and score high in UTME examination.

JAMB/UMTE Cut off mark for Law in UNILAG is 270 aggregate score.

UNILAG Cut Off Mark for Medicine

Medicine & Surgery is one of the most competitive course across Nigerian universities.

University of Lagos UTME/JAMB cut off mark for Medicine & Surgery is 300 aggregate score.

UNILAG Cut Off Mark for Pharmacy

Pharmaceutical sciences are not easy to get at University of Lagos.

It is one of the most sought after medical courses in UNILAG. Unilag JAMB cut off mark for Pharmacy is 280 aggregate score.

UNILAG Cut Off Mark for Nursing

The UTME/JAMB cut off mark for Nursing at UNILAG is 265 aggregates.

It is very high competitive course in University of Lagos, hence prospective students must work hard to be offered admission to study Nursing in University of Lagos.

UNILAG Cut Off Mark for Engineering

Unilag JAMB or UTME cut off mark for engineering courses such as Mechanical engineering, computer engineering, electrical & electronics engineering, civil engineering and chemical engineering is 245 aggregate score.

UNILAG Cut off Mark for Mass Communication

Interestingly, mass communication keeps getting high applications across Nigerian universities.

UNILAG JAMB or UTME cut off mark mass communication is 235 aggregate score.

End Note on UNILAG Admission Cut off Mark

Annual performance on JAMB /UMTE examination can affect the set cut off mark for admission for the year.

The cut off mark for admission into various courses at University of Lagos can go up than what it use to be if there is an overall good performance in JAMB examination.

Also, it can be lowered a bit when mass failures and if there is an overall drop in the performance of students in JAMB/UMTE.

UNILAG cut off mark for most Social science courses is on average of 220 aggregate score same with cut off mark for Management science courses at Unilag.

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Emmanuel Igwenagu

Igwenagu Emmanuel is the founder of Nigerian Informer. He holds B.A, M.Sc in Mass Communication. He is a Communication researcher and 112 emergency help line dispatcher.

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