Would you like to join the University of Benin for its 2020/2021 academic year? If your answer is yes, then you need to know what the University of Benin cut off mark is and if you qualify to join the institution of higher learning.
The University of Benin was founded in 1970. It started as an Institute of Technology and was accorded the status of a full-fledged University by National Universities Commission (NUC) on 1st July, 1971.
Today, the University has continued to grow from strength to strength with a number of Faculties, Departments, Institutes, and Units.
Any student who would like to join UNIBEN for any of their undergraduate programs should know about the set UNIBEN cut off mark.
Here are all the important details about the University of Benin cut off marks.
UNIBEN post UTME cut off mark
The UNIBEN cut-off mark is 200. If you scored 200 and above, then you may apply to join UNIBEN.
UNIBEN departmental cut off mark
Here are the cut off marks for the courses in UNIBEN organized according to faculties.
Faculty of Administration
- Business Administration -200
- Industrial Relations and Personnel Management - 205
- International Studies and Diplomacy - 205
- Insurance - 200
Faculty of Agriculture
- Actuarial Science - 200
- Agricultural Economics - 200
- Animal Science - 200
- Fisheries - 200
- Forestry and Wildlife - 200
- Soil Science -200
Faculty of Arts
- English Language and Literature - 200
- Fine and Applied Arts - 200
- Foreign Languages - 200
- History - 200
- International Studies and Diplomacy - 205
- Linguistics - 200
- Linguistics and Edo Language - 200
- Mass Communication - 210
- Philosophy - 200
- Religious Studies -200
- Theater Arts - 200
Faculty of Education
- Adult Education - 200
- Adult Education / Political Science and Public Administration - 200
- Adult Education/Economics and Statistics - 200
- Adult Education/English Literature - 200
- Adult Education/Geography and Regional Planning - 200
- Agricultural Science and Education - 200
- Business Education - 200
- Computer Education - 200
- Educational Administration - 200
- Early Childhood Education - 200
- Education and Biology - 200
- Education and Chemistry - 200
- Education and Economics - 200
- Education and Edo Language - 200
- Education and English Language and Literature - 200
- Education and French - 200
- Education and Geography - 200
- Education and History - 200
- Education and Integrated Science - 200
- Education and Mathematics - 200
- Education and Physics - 200
- Education and Political Science - 200
- Education and Religious Studies - 200
- Education and Social Studies - 200
- Education Fine & Applied Arts - 200
- Educational Management - 200
- Environmental Education - 200
- Health Education - 200
- Home Economics and Education - 200
- Human Kinetics - 200
- Industrial Technical Education - 200
- Physical Education - 200
- Technical Education - 200
Faculty of Engineering
- Chemical Engineering - 215
- Civil Engineering - 210
- Computer Engineering - 210
- Electrical /Electronics Engineering - 215
- Mechanical Engineering - 220
- Petroleum Engineering - 200
- Production Engineering - 200
- Structural Engineering - 200
Faculty of Environmental Sciences
- Architecture - 200
- Estate Management - 200
- Quantity Surveying - 200
- Surveying and Geoinformatics - 200
Faculty of Law
- Law - 205
Faculty of Pharmacy
- Pharmacy - 215
School of Dentistry
- Dentistry and Dental Surgery - 200
Faculty of Health Sciences
- Anatomy - 200
- Medical Biochemistry - 200
- Medical Laboratory Science - 200
- Nursing Science - 215
- Optometry - 210
- Physiology - 200
- Physiotherapy - 220
School of Medicine and Surgery
- Medicine and Surgery - 220
Faculty of Sciences
- Animal Biology and Environment - 200
- Biochemistry - 210
- Botany - 200
- Chemistry - 200
- Computer Science - 210
- Environmental Management and Toxicology - 200
- Geology - 200
- Industrial Chemistry - 200
- Industrial Mathematics - 200
- Library and Information Science - 200
- Mathematics - 200
- Mathematics and Economics - 200
- Microbiology - 210
- Physics - 200
- Industrial Physics - 200
- Plant Science and Biotechnology - 200
- Pure and Applied Mathematics - 200
- Science Laboratory Technology - 200
Faculty of Management Sciences
- Accounting - 220
- Banking and Finance - 210
- Business Administration - 200
- Economics and Statistics - 200
Faculty of Social Sciences
- Entrepreneurship - 200
- Geography and Regional Planning - 200
- Political Science and Public Administration - 205
- Public Administration - 200
- Social Work - 200
- Sociology and Anthropology - 200
UNIBEN admission screening exercise 2020/2021
The University of Benin (UNIBEN) admission screening exercise for the 2020/2021 academic session is scheduled to take place between 23rd November 2020 and 5th December 2020 in designated centres within the Ugbowo Campus of the University.
The screening exercise shall be conducted using the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. All candidates are expected to be seated, latest one hour before the stipulated time for their screening exercise
Only candidates who applied through JAMB for the 2020/2021 UTME Admission and chose the University of Benin as their First Choice and scored 200 and above are eligible for this screening exercise.
Method of application
All applications should be made between 8.00 am Monday, 17th August 2020, and Midnight of Monday, 14th September, 2020. The procedure for the admission screening (Post UTME) application is as follows:
Candidates are advised to have a valid E-Mail account before starting the application process.
- Visit the UNIBEN website.
- Click on WAEUP Student Portal.
- Click on Register for application at the top left of the displayed page to proceed.
- Enter your surname exactly as written on the JAMB registration slip and your JAMB registration number. Immediately your ID and password will be displayed on the browser.
- On the WAEUP KOFA Student Portal, click on ‘login’ (top right of front page).
- Enter your username and password to log in.
- To start the application process, please click on the ‘Application record’, and provide all required information.
- To pay for the application, click on “Add online payment ticket” at the bottom of the page, then click on “pay via Remita” on the top left corner of the page. Follow the instruction to pay the application GROSS fee of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000.00) only, with a valid ATM-enabled card from any commercial Bank in Nigeria.
- Preview and confirm your information before submitting your application online. (No correction will be accepted after the closing date).
- Go back online on the appointed date to print out the acknowledgment slip that contains your specific screening schedule.
Also note that the application website closes by midnight of Monday, 14th September 2020 (i.e all applications must be concluded online not later than 14th September 2020). Candidates who pay after the deadline of midnight 14th September 2020 will not be screened.
Now that you know the University of Benin cut off mark, you may proceed to apply to join the institution, given you meet the university's requirements.
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