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UNIZIK Jamb And Departmental Cut Off Mark For 2021/2022

UNIZIK Jamb And Departmental Cut Off Mark
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Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka also referred to as UNIZIK or NAU  is a Federal university in Nigeria. It has two campuses operating in Anambra State. Its main campus is situated in Awka (the capital of Anambra State) while the other campus is located at Nnewi. There are also other campuses of UNIZIK. These comprise Agulu in Aniocha local government area and Ifite-Ogwuari,  in Ayamelum local government area in Anambra State. It is one of the federal universities which are supervised and accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC). The university was named after Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe. The academic staff of the University belongs to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The staff Union is known to grant scholarships to indigenous students just like other academic unions.

The Jam cut-off mark for UNIZIK is 180, This implies that all the candidates who scored 180 and above are eligible to purchase the institution screening form.

Scoring 180 in a jamb exam is not a formal assurance that you are going to be admitted by the institution. There are some other criteria by the Institution which are put in place to make sure that students with the appropriate qualification are selected. One of the criteria is the UNIZIK departmental cut-off mark.

UNIZIK cut off mark is derived by diving the students Jamb and POST UTME score By 2

 PHYSICAL SCIENCES

  • CHEMISTRY – 179.5
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE – 227.5
  • GEOLOGICAL SCIENCES – 187.5
  • GEOPHYSICS – 168
  • MATHEMATICS – 203
  • PHYSICS / INDUSTRIAL PHYSICS – 168.5
  • PURE AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY – 169.5
  • STATISTICS – 165
  • FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
  • ECONOMICS – 229.5
  • MASS COMMUNICATION – 252.5
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE – 228.5
  • PSYCHOLOGY – 203
  • SOCIOLOGY – 216

 AGRICULTURAL SCEIENCES

  • AGRICULTURE – 184
  • FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY – 213.5
  • FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE – 187.5
  • AFRICAN AND ASIAN STUDIES – 184
  • CHINESE STUDIES – 185.5
  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE – 245.5
  • HISTORY – 223.5

 ARTS

  • LINGUISTICS – 215.5
  • MODERN AND EUROPEAN LANGUAGES – 203
  • MUSIC – 188
  • PHILOSOPHY – 209
  • RELIGIOUS AND HUMAN RELATIONS – 184
  • THEATRE ARTS – 225

 BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

  • ANATOMY – 202
  • PHYSIOLOGY – 217.5
  • APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY – 217.5
  • APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BREWING – 216.5

 BIO SCIENCES

  • BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE(S) – 202.5
  • BOTANY – 210
  • PARASITOLOGY AND ENTOMOLOGY – 202.5
  • ZOOLOGY – 204.5

 EDUCATION

  • ADULT EDUCATION – 192
  • BUSINESS EDUCATION – 183.5
  • EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PRIMARY EDUCATION – 201
  • EDUCATION AND COMPUTER SCIENCE – 189.5
  • EDUCATION AND ECONOMICS – 202
  • EDUCATION AND MATHEMATICS – 194.5
  • EDUCATION AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES – 233
  • EDUCATION AND BIOLOGY – 215.5
  • EDUCATION AND CHEMISTRY – 203.5
  • EDUCATION AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE – 233.5
  • EDUCATION AND FRENCH – 229
  • EDUCATION AND IGBO – 209.5
  • EDUCATION AND INTEGRATED SCIENCE – 198
  • EDUCATION AND POLITICAL SCIENCE – 206
  • EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS – 210.5
  • EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND POLICY – 205.5
  • ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS EDUCATION – 172.5
  • GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING – 209
  • HEALTH EDUCATION – 183
  • HUMAN KINETICS – 186
  • LIBRARY AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT – 199.5
  • PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION – 182
  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION – 183
  • SCIENCE EDUCATION – 188
  • TECHNICAL EDUCATION – 171.5

 HEALTH SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

  • ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCE – 230
  • HEALTH SCIENCE AND MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE – 261
  • MEDICAL REHABILITATION – 250
  • NURSING/NURSING SCIENCE – 276
  • RADIOGRAPHY – 259.5

FACULTY OF LAW

  • CIVIL LAW – 271

 MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

  • ACCOUNTANCY/ACCOUNTING – 244
  • BANKING AND FINANCE – 211.5
  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – 219.5
  • COOPERATIVE ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT – 206
  • ENTREPRENEURSHIP – 205.5
  • MARKETING – 208
  • PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – 202.5

FACULTY OF MEDICINE

  • MEDICINE AND SURGERY – 310.5

FACULTY OF PHARMACY

  • PHARMACY – 290

ENGINEERING

  • AGRICULTURAL AND BIORESOURCES ENGINEERING – 182
  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING – 224
  • CIVIL ENGINEERING – 212.5
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING – 212.5
  • ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING – 237.5
  • INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION ENGINEERING – 194
  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING – 219
  • METALLURGICAL AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING – 192
  • POLYMER AND TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY – 186
  • FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
  • ARCHITECTURE – 202
  • BUILDING – 160.5
  • ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT – 160
  • ESTATE MANAGEMENT – 170.5
  • SCIENCES FINE/APPLIED ARTS – 175.5
  • GEOGRAPHY AND METEOROLOGY – 180
  • QUANTITY SURVEYING – 168.5
  • SURVEYING AND GEOINFORMATICS – 178.5

Nnamidi Azikiwe University was established on the philosophy that knowledge must be distributed and disseminated to individuals without allowing or blocking it for any reason. Teaching and research will be anchored with the needs of Nigeria and international communities in general.  it stands out clearly in the history of University education in Nigeria and Africa in general. In the disposal of its mission, the university will fulfill this famous statesman, by making pragmatic university education, and use it to establish unity among various communities in Nigeria and the international community.

 

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