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FUTA Cut Off Mark 2021/2022 | FUTA JAMB Cut Off Mark, FUTA Post UTME Cut Off Mark & FUTA Departmental Cut Off Marks

FUTA Cut Off Mark 2021/2022 | FUTA JAMB Cut Off Mark, FUTA Post UTME Cut Off Mark & FUTA Departmental Cut Off Marks.

FUTA Cut Off Mark 2021/2022 – See the official FUTA JAMB cut off mark, FUTA Post UTME cut off mark as well as the final departmental cut off mark for admission after adding JAMB score and post UTME screening score.

Are you FUTA aspirant? Did you write JAMB this year? Have you checked your JAMB result? If yes, is your answer, then get in here let me explain so many things for you concerning the FUTA cut off mark 2021/2022. Information, they said is power. When you are informed, you will know how you will prepare for the worst and get the best in the end.

FUTA Cut Off Mark | FUTA JAMB Cut Off Mark, FUTA Post UTME Cut Off Mark & FUTA Departmental Cut Off Marks

There are some things you need to know about the Federal University of Technology, Akure cut off mark. Let me explain them separately below; FUTA cut off mark

FUTA JAMB cut off mark

The FUTA JAMB cut off mark is a minimum JAMB score expected by any candidates who want to get admission into the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Akure. JAMB result

This is the least JAMB score eligible for the FUTA post-UTME screening. Last 2020/2021 admission year, the Federal University of Technology, Akure accepts candidates who scored 180 and above in JAMB UTME.

The situation might be different this year because of low performance among candidates in the UTME exam. We are yet to hear from the school management as regards this year’s FUTA JAMB cut off mark. Of course, we will update you once the news is broken.

FUTA Post UTME cut off mark

The FUTA Post UTME cut off mark is the minimum score in the post UTME screening expected by any candidate who had the FUTA JAMB cut off mark as participated in the FUTA Post UTME Screening.

This is the least post UTME score eligible for admission consideration.

As of last 2020/2021 admission year, the FUTA post-UTME cut off mark was 50%. That is, candidates who scored at least 50 over 100 in the post UTME screening were eligible to be considered for admission.

See the FUTA post UTME cut off mark for last 2020/2021 admission year below. this will give you a clue of that I was explaining above.

  1. AEC department – 54
  2. AGE department – 53
  3. AGP department – 52
  4. AGY department – 52
  5. ANA department   – 64
  6. ARC   department – 63
  7. APH   department – 52
  8. ARE department – 52
  9. BCH   department – 63
  10. BDG department – 60
  11. BIM   department– 53
  12. BIO   department– 55
  13. BTH department – 53
  14. CHE department– 53
  15. CPE   department– 69
  16. CSC department– 64
  17. CSP department – 53
  18. CVE   department – 73
  19. EEE department – 74
  20. ESM department – 54
  21. EWM   department– 54
  22. FAT department – 50
  23. FST   department– 56
  24. FWT department – 53
  25. IDD   department–56
  26. MCB department – 64
  27. MEE department – 64
  28. MET department – 55
  29. MME department – 64
  30. MNE department – 53
  31. MST department – 54
  32. MTS   department54
  33. PHS department – 66
  34. PHY department – 53
  35. QSV   department– 63
  36. RSG department – 53
  37. STA department – 54
  38. SVG    department– 65
  39. URP   department – 51
  • Agricultural Engineering 58
  • Civil engineering 60
  • Electrical and electronics engineering 62
  • Mechanical engineering 62
  • Futa Cut Off Mark For Engineering and mining engineering 58
  • Metallurgical and material engineering 48
  • Applied geophysics 60
  • Applied geology 60
  • Metrology 58
  • Marine science and technology 50
  • Remote sensing and geoscience information system 56
  • Architecture 60
  • Estate management 58
  • Industrial design 50
  • Quantity Surveying 50
  • Urban and regional planning 48
  • Agricultural extension and communication technology 50
  • Agriculture and resources economics 50
  • Animal production and health 52
  • Crop soil and pest management 50
  • Fisheries and aquaculture technology 45
  • Ecotourism and wildlife management 48
  • Forestry and wood technology 50
  • Food science technology 60
  • Project management technology 54
  • Transport management technology 51
  • Library management technology 50
  • Entrepreneurship management 50
  • Biochemistry 62
  • Biology 56
  • Chemistry 58
  • Computer science 64
  • General studies 56
  • Microbiology 62
  • Physics 58
  • Statistics 50

FUTA departmental cut off mark

The FUTA departmental cut off mark is the final minimum score expected from a candidate to get admission into his/her course of choice at the Federal University of Technology, Akure.

This is purely based on the department or course involved. The FUTA courses and cut off mark for admission is not static and its influenced by the following; Dollar to Naira Rate

  1. General Performace:

general performance among candidates aspiring for that course in both the SSCE, JAMB and Post UTME: The better the performance, the higher the department’s admission cut off mark. The final admission cut off mark is derived from the following;

  1. WAEC/NECO/NABTEB GPA (grade points from the releant O’level subjects).  
  2. Average between the JAMB score and the post utme screening score. 
  3. Admission Quota

Admission quota for the department: Each department has admission quotas allocated by the Nigerian University Commission (NUC). For example, if the admission quota for Medicine and Surgery is 100, the department will not accept any more candidates for admission after the slot is exhausted no matter the candidate’s score. in this case, the university admits candidates based on merit hierarchy (from the best candidate down to where the quota becomes exhausted). Let me just believe you understand me here.

  1. Catchment Area:

The Federal University of Technology, Akure, just like any other federal university in Nigeria favours candidates who are from the university’s catchment areas.

Based on the Nigerian educational system, a catchment area is simply the state your closest to your university either by geopolitical location or tribe. Say, for example, the Federal University of Technology, Akure is in Benin_Ondo State and states within this region (Edo States) are classified under FUTA catchment area which will be listed below.

There are currently 6 states classified under the Federal University of Technology, Akure catchment area for candidates seeking admission into this great institution. As said earlier, your admission into FUTA is much easier when you are from any of the above states of origin. These are;

  1. Lagos State
  2. Ekiti State
  3. Osun State
  4. Oyo State
  5. Ondo State
  6. Ogun State

 FUTA Cut Off Mark for All Departments 2021/2022

The Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA has not released the admission cut off mark for the 2021/2022 admission year. Forget about whatever you see on other websites or on social media. We will update this page once the university breaks the news concerning the cut off mark for this year’s admission.

FUTA departmental cut off mark: See the last 2020/2021 admission year department cut off mark below. The FUTA courses and cut off mark.

  • SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY SAAT
    • AEC  ›››› 47.5
    • APH ›››› 55.37
    • ARE ›››› 47.5
    • CSP ›››› 47.5
    • EWM ›››› 47.5
    • FAT ›››› 47.5
    • FST ›››› 58.12
    • FWT ›››› 47.5
  • SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ,SEET
    • AGE ›››› 55.12
    • CPE ›››› 69.62
    • CVE ›››› 71.87
    • EEE ›››› 74.37
    • ICT ›››› 49.75
    • IPE ›››› 47.5
    • MEE ›››› 73.75
    • MME ›››› 54.87
    • MNE ›››› 54.75
  • SCHOOL OF EARTH AND MINERAL SCIENCES ,SEMS
    • AGP ›››› 47.5
    • AGY ›››› 47.5
    • MST ›››› 47.5
    • MCS ›››› 47.5
    • RSG ›››› 47.5
  • SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY ,SET
    • ARC ›››› 72.87
    • BDG ›››› 56.62
    • ESM ›››› 47.5
    • IDD ›››› 53.25
    • QSV ›››› 57
    • SVG ›››› 64.25
    • URP ›››› 52.87
  • SCHOOL OF COMPUTING ,SOC
    • CSC ›››› 69
    • IFT ›››› 63.75
    • IFS ›››› 63.75
    • CSS ›››› 63.75
    • SEN ›››› 63.75
  • SCHOOL OF SCIENCES ,SOS
    • BCH ›››› 63.37
    • BIO ›››› 47.5
    • BTH ›››› 47.5
    • CHE ›››› 47.5
    • MCB ›››› 63
    • MTS ›››› 59
    • PHY ›››› 47.5
    • STA ›››› 47.5
  • SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ,SHHT
    • ANA ›››› 59.5
    • BIM ›››› 47.5
    • PHS ›››› 57.25

Reasons Why FUTA Admission is very competitive

The Federal University of Technology, Akure FUTA final cut off mark for admission is always high because of admission competition. The FUTA is one of the most popular Federal Universities in Nigeria.

As a result of its popularity, many students wish to study at this prestigious university which causes a lot of competition in admission slots.

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