BREAKING: UNILAG Officially Releases Cut-off Marks for 2023/2024 Admission

BREAKING: UNILAG Officially Releases Cut-off Marks for 2023/2024 Admission

  • The University of Lagos (UNILAG) in Akoka has finally released cut-off marks for its 2023/2024 admission
  • learnt that the release of the cut-off marks followed the approval of the university's Senate
  • The statement, however, did not state when the exercise would commence

Yaba, Lagos state - The University of Lagos (UNILAG) has released cut-off marks for its 2023/2024 admission.

The institution announced the development via its official X (formerly Twitter) handle on Friday, September 15.

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JAMB candidates who chose UNILAG in the last UTME can check the school’s cut-off marks. Photo credit: @UnilagNigeria
Source: Twitter

UNILAG cut off mark 2023/2024

UNILAG said the released cut-off marks were for the merit list of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

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Admission seekers were also directed to view the cut-off marks for various programmes here.

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UNILAG is one of the first-generation universities in Nigeria. It has remained one of the most competitive in the country in terms of admissions.

It is understood that UNILAG admits over 9,000 undergraduate students annually.

UNILAG reduces fees

Earlier, reported that UNILAG reduced its school fees after meeting with the leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS).

The meeting was held on Thursday, September 14.

Folasade Ogunsola, the Vice Chancellor (VC) of UNILAG, chaired the meeting, which also had in attendance the NANS President, Usman Barambu.

The university’s spokesperson, Adejoke Alaga-Ibrahim, announced the reduction of the obligatory fees for students, utility bills, convocation fees, and others.

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In an earlier report by, former senator of Kaduna Central District, Shehu Sani, declared his support for recent protest held by the institution's students against tuition hike.

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Sani commended the students for the protest and urged other Nigerian undergraduates to emulate them.

UNILAG justifies increment in school fees

UNILAG had earlier revealed it spends over N1.7 billion annually on electricity bills amid the harsh economic realities in the country. This, it said, informed the tuition hike.

At a virtual briefing on Saturday, September 9, Ogunsola said even if the 35,000 student population of the university pays up the new rate, it would amount to about N800 million.


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