Do you want to know EBSU cut off mark 2020/2021? Are you interested or currently looking for EBSU JAMB and Departmental cut off mark for admission? Or do you want to know if EBSU will accept your current score for admission? Which ever question(s) you have concerning EBSU cut off mark, i will be answering them in this article.
EBSU Cut off mark for admission into 2020/2021 academic session has been released by the management of the Ebonyi State University.
EBSU cut off mark is the minimum JAMB score required from a candidate who want to apply for admission into the university before they can be accepted.
Candidates who want to gain admission into the Ebonyi State University should be able to pass EBSU cut off mark before that can happen.
All those who scored exactly or more than that cut off mark will be required to buy the post UTME admission form of the Ebonyi State University.
Note: Since EBSU cut off mark for this year is yet to be available; The Ebonyi State University cut off mark shown below is for the previous year. We hope it would help you make an informed decision on the course you can apply for based on their cut off points. When the current year’s cut off mark is released, it will be updated here.
EBSU JAMB CUT OFF MARK
This is to inform all candidates that EBSU JAMB cut off mark for 2020/2021 session is 170. The JAMB Cut off mark is the point which a candidate must attain before qualifying to buy EBSU Screening form.
EBSU Departmental Cut-Off Mark
The following average (UTME and Screening/PDS) scores shall be used as minimum cut-off marks for the 2020/2021 admission into programmes of EBSU;
Programmes cut-off points are:
|Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences (FBMS)
Medicine and Surgery
|Faculty of Health Sciences and Technology
|2.||Medical Laboratory Science||=||210|
|Faculty of Law (FLAW)
|D.||Faculty of Sciences|
|1. Computer Science||=||180|
|2. Industrial Chemistry||=||170|
|3. Industrial Physics||=||170.|
|4. Industrial Mathematics||=||170|
E. Faculty of Education (FEDU) Arts and Social Sciences
|1. Economics Education||=||170|
|2. Social Studies Education||=||170|
|3. English Education||=||170|
|4. Religion Education||=||170|
|5. Igbo Education||=||170|
Business Education Options:
|1. Accountancy Education||=||170|
|2. Secretarial Education||=||170|
Science Education Options:
|1. Computer Science Education||=||170|
|2. Physics Education||=||170|
|3. Chemistry Education||=||170|
|4. Biology Education||=||170|
|5. mathematics Education||=||170|
|6. Integrated Science Education
Human Kinetics and Health Education Options:
1. Human Kinetics Education
|2. Health Education||=||170|
|Technological and Vocational Education Options:
1. Electrical/Electronics Tech. Education
|2. Mechanical Technology Education||=||170|
|3. Building Technology Education||=||170|
|4. Wood Work Technology||=||170|
|5. Agricultural Education||=||170|
|6. Home Economics Education||=||170|
Faculty of Agriculture & Natural Mgt. (FARM)
|1. Agric. Economics, Mgt. and Extension||=||180|
|2. Food Science and Technology||=||180|
|3. Crop and Landscape Management||=||170|
|4. Soil and Environmental Mgt.||=||170|
|5. Animal Science||=||170|
|6. Fishery and Aquaculture||=||170|
Faculty of Management Sciences (FMS)
- Public Administration = 180
|2. Business Management||=||170|
|4. Banking and Finance||=||170|
|C. Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities||(FSSC)|
|2. Political Science||=||170|
|3. History and Int’l Relations||=||170|
|4. Sociology and Anthropology||=||170|
|5. Mass Communication||=||180|
|6. Language and Linguistics||=||170|
|7. Igbo Linguistics||=||170|
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