UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN ( UI ) CUT OFF MARK 2020 / 2021 (Departmental Cut off Point for all Courses)

UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN ( UI ) CUT OFF MARK 2020 / 2021 (Departmental Cut off Point for all Courses)

For candidates with special interest in University of Ibadan, this publication brings you the basic requirements needed to be admitted, the General Cut off Mark, departmental cut off marks, how to calculate the average cut off mark in addition to the historical background of the institution, the faculties and institutes of UI, past and present Vice Chancellors of the institution, etc. nigeriaschoolnews.com.ng still remains the only site that gives you an all in one publication to this effect.

Brief History of University Of Ibadan

The historical background of the University of Ibadan (UI) has its roots traceable to the University of London. It was set up in 1948 as the University College Ibadan, making it the first university in Nigeria. It was a College extension of the University of London brought about by the proposal and recommendations of the Asquith and the Elliot Commissions on Higher Education in the then British provinces, that two University Colleges of the University of London be set up in Ghana and Nigeria. At inception of the University College Ibadan, students were offered degrees of the university of London until 1963 when she gained an independent status and started giving out her own degrees in 1967. The institution is the oldest degree awarding institution in Nigeria. 

The college school began on 18 January 1948 but assumed an autonomous university status in 1963

The University of Ibadan offers degree programs in 92 departments under the following 17 faculties: 

FACULTIES OF UI

  1. Faculty of Arts
  2. Faculty of Science 
  3. Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
  4. Faculty of Clinical Sciences
  5. Faculty of Agriculture
  6. Faculty of Social Sciences
  7. Faculty of Education
  8. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
  9. Faculty of Pharmacy
  10. Faculty of Technology
  11. Faculty of Law
  12. Faculty of Public Health
  13. Faculty of Dentistry
  14. Economics and Management Sciences
  15. Renewable Natural Resources
  16. Environmental Design and Management 
  17. Multidisciplinary Studies.

The Faculties of Basic Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Public Health and Dentistry are organized as a College of Medicine. The University currently has a total student population standing at 41,743, comprising of 18,122 Undergraduates, 15,024 Postgraduates and 8,597 Open Distance Learners.

The University also has other academic institutes through which she contributes to the academic, economic, etc, growth of the nation some of these institutes are: 

INSTITUTES OF UI

  • Institute of Child Health
  • Institute of Education
  • Institute of African Studies
  • Centre for Child Adolescent and Mental Health
  • Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEI)
  • Institute for Advanced Medical Research and Training 
  • Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases Centre for Drug Discovery Development & Production (CDDDP) 
  • Centre for Control & Prevention of Zoonosis 
  • Infectious Diseases Institute
  • School of Business 
  • National Institute for Maternal, Child & Neonatal Health (NIMCNH)

The affairs of the institution has be successfully piloted from the inception of the institution till date by the following administrative heads;

PAST AND PRESENT VICE CHANCELLORS OF UI

  • Kenneth Mellanby (Principal); 1947 – 1953
  • J. T. Saunders (Principal); 1953 – 1956
  • J.H. Parry (Principal); 1956 – 1960
  • Kenneth Dike (Principal/Vice Chancellor); 1960 – 1967
  • Thomas Adeoye Lambo; 1968 – 1971
  • Orishejolomi Thomas; 1972 – 1975
  • Tekena Tamuno; 1975 – 1979
  • Samson O.K. Olayide; 1979 – 1983
  • Ladipo Ayodeji Banjo (acting); 1983 – 1984; 1984 – 1991
  • Allen B. O. O. Oyediran; 1991 – 1995
  • Oladosu A. Ojengbede (acting); 1995 – 1996
  • Omoniyi O. Adewoye – Mar 1996 – Sept 2000
  • Olufunso O. Olorunsogo (acting V.C) – Mar 2000 – Sept 2000
  • Ayodele O. Falase – Sept 2000 – Mar 2004
  • Olufemi Bamiro (acting) – Mar 2004 – Nov 2005; 2005 – 2010
  • Isaac Folorunsho Adewole; 2010 – 2015
  • Abel Idowu Olayinka; 2015 – Present 

UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN (UI) CUT OFF MARK 2020/2021

The Jamb approved cut off mark for the university of Ibadan for the year under review is 200. Candidates with a minimum UTME score of 200 are qualified to take part in the PUTME screening exercise when the time is due.

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR UI

  • A minimum UTME score of200 
  • Five (5) O’ level credits in WAEC, NECO, GCE or NABTEB at one sitting or 6 credit passes at two sittings inclusive of Mathematics and English Language
  • Candidates must have the right subject combinations in UTME
  • UI should be the first choice university 

UI DEPARTMENTAL CUT OFF MARK 

To be duly admitted into these departments in addition to the general base requirements, candidates must beat the departmental cut off marks. To avoid undue competition it is advised to score higher and stand out.

FACULTY/DEPTMERIT CUT OFFELDS CUT OFF
AGRICULTURE
Agricultural Extension & Rural Development 52.62
Agricultural Economics 55.2553.12
Agriculture 51.7551.62
Agronomy53.12
Animal Science54.75
ARTS
Arabic Language 58.12
Classical Studies 56.1254.0
Communication and Language Arts66.064.12
English Language 65.564.37
French 60.058.87
German 55.5
History 56.12
Islamic Studies57.12
Linguistics64.2561.62
Music57.0
Philosophy 57.87
Religious Studies 52.87
Russian 55.0
Theatre Arts61.8760.0
Yoruba51.5
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 
Biochemistry 63.6261.87
Dentistry 73.1271.37
Environmental Health Science60.25
Human Nutrition 61.8760.62
Medical Laboratory Science70.1269.12
Medicine and Surgery 78.8778.37
Nursing 70.5
Physiology 65.064.5
Physiotherapy 70.568.75
ECONOMICS 
Economics 63.061.0
EDUCATION 
Adult Education 51.3751.12
Early Childhood Education 51.25
Education and Communication & Language Arts61.7561.62
Education and Arabic Language 54.0
Education and Biology 57.0
Education and Economics 51.12
Education and French52.25
Education and Islamic Studies54.625
Education Mathematics 53.25
Education and Physics 54.87
Education and Religious Studies54.37
Education and Yoruba 51.5
Education and Chemistry 53.12
Education and English 63.8762.75
Education and Geography 59.12
Education and History 52.37
Education and Political Science56.0
Educational Management 52.0
Guidance and Counseling 56.3754.25
Health Education 51.6250.0
Human Kinetics51.12
Library, Archival and Information Science57.053.62
Special Education 51.5
ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 
Architecture 58.62
LAW
Law70.1268.87
PHARMACY 
Pharmacy 72.6271.37
RENEWABLE NATURAL RESOURCES 
Ecotourism and Aquaculture 52.62
Forest Products 50.0
Social and Environmental Forestry 50.0
Wildlife and Ecotourism Management 54.6251.87
SCIENCE 
Anthropology 50.37
Archeology 52.0
Botany50.37
Chemistry 58.1256.62
Industrial Chemistry 62.25
Computer Science 64.063.62
Geography 51.0
Geology 52.12
Mathematics 52.87
Microbiology 60.3759.12
Physics51.75
Statistics 50.62
Zoology 50.75
TECHNOLOGY 
Agricultural and Environmental Engineering 51.75
Civil Engineering 62.25
Electrical Engineering 68.2565.62
Food Technology 50.12
Mechanical Engineering 68.6268.0
Petroleum Engineering 61.8760.75
Industrial Production Engineering 57.5
Wood Products Engineering 51.75
SOCIAL SCIENCES 
Geography 52.75
Political Science 64.1262.25
Psychology 60.558.5
Sociology 60.8760.0
VETERINARY MEDICINE 
Veterinary Medicine 57..1256.12

How to Calculate UI Average Cut off Mark

For candidates who might be confused on how the average cut off mark is been derived due to the presence of decimal points they can easily calculate the average score by following the guidelines below;

  1. Divide you JAMB Score by 8
  2. Divide your UI Post UTME Score by 2
  3. Add the results from ( 1 ) & ( 2 ) above 

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