Breaking: UNILAG Releases Full List of Cut-off Marks for 2020/2021 Admission

Breaking: UNILAG Releases Full List of Cut-off Marks for 2020/2021 Admission

- Students who wrote the last post-UTME in UNILAG can now know if they stand a chance at gaining admission in the school

- This is because the institution has published a list of cut-off marks to be used as conditions for offering admission

- The publication was released on Tuesday, March 30, on the school's Twitter page

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The University of Lagos (UNILAG) which describes itself as the school of first choice and Nigeria's pride on Tuesday, March 30, released its cut-off marks across faculties for all prospective students.

A breakdown of the cut-off marks from UNILAG's website revealed that History and Strategic Studies has the highest cut-off (66.575) mark as merit score in the Faculty of Arts.

Next to it is the department of English Language which fixed its merit score at 65 followed by Chinese (64.85) and Creative Arts (64.175).

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Breaking: UNILAG Releases Full List of Cut-off Marks for 2020/2021 Admission
The school's management released a comprehensive list of the cut-off marks on Tuesday, March 30 (Photo: @UnilagNigeria)
Source: Twitter

The lowest on the list is Linguistics Igbo/Yoruba (49.1) in the Faculty.

In the Faculty of Management Sciences, Accounting has the highest cut-off mark (69.825), behind it are Actuarial Science and Finance with 68.4 and 67.675 respectively.

For the Faculty of Education, English tops the list with 67.025, while Electrical & Electronics Engineering has the highest in the Faculty of Engineering with 79.725.

Cut-off marks for other faculties are shown in the institution's tweet below:

Meanwhile, the University of Ibadan, alongside 5 other Nigerian institutions made it to Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021.

According to the report, the universities were ranked based on the institution’s performance in teaching, research, knowledge transfer, and international outlook.

Among the highest-ranked of the six Nigerian universities is the University of Ibadan which was ranked within the 401-500th bracket.

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The Lagos State University and the University of Lagos came in second (501–600th) and third (601–800th) place respectively.

A breakdown of the ranking further showed that Covenant University (CU) was ranked within 801–1000th, while the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), and Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) at 1001+.

Source: Legit

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