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FUOYE All Courses Cut-Off Marks for (2021/2022) Screening


Even though the University announced, openly on the school portal, that her cut-off mark is 160 and above, the Federal University of Oye Ekiti is still forcing applicants who they claim do not meet up with their departmental cut-off marks to change course.

In other words, FUOYE still draws cut-off marks for some courses that aspirants should take note of. If you don't meet up with these cut-off marks, you're to change your course to the one you merit at a price of around N2,500.

Below is the list of the school's cut-off marks. All concerned should take note of the pieces of advice given below this post.

  1. Agricultural Economics and Extension 200
  2. Animal Production And Health 170
  3. Crop Science and Horticulture 170
  4. Fisheries And Aquaculture 170
  5. Food Science And Technology 200
  6. Hospitality And Tourism Management 180
  7. Soil Science And Land Resources Management 170
  8. Water Resources Management And Agrometeorology 170
  9. English And Literary Studies 200
  10. History And International Relations 190
  11. Linguistics and languages 180
  12. Theatre And Media Arts 200
  13. Philosophy 180
  14. Religious Studies 180
  15. Anatomy 180
  16. Medical Laboratory Science 180
  17. Nursing 180
  18. Physiology 180
  19. Radiology and Radiation Science 180
  20. Agricultural Education 170
  21. Biology Education 180
  22. Chemistry Education 170
  23. Mathematics Education 160
  24. Physics Education 160
  25. Business Education 180
  26. Educational Management 170
  27. Economics Education 180
  28. English Language Education 200
  29. Library And Information Science 190
  30. Human Kinetics 160
  31. Health Education 160
  32. Educational Technology 160
  33. Guidance And Counselling 160
  34. Adult Education 180
  35. Agricultural and Bio-Resources 180
  36. Civil Engineering 200
  37. Computer Engineering 200
  38. Electrical and Electronics Engineering 200
  39. Mechanical Engineering 200
  40. Mechatronics Engineering 200
  41. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering 170
  42. Architecture 180
  43. Building 180
  44. Estate Management 180
  45. Quantity Surveying 180
  46. Surveying and Geoinformatics 180
  47. Urban and Regional Planning 180
  48. Law 200
  49. Accounting 200
  50. Finance 200
  51. Business Administration 200
  52. Public Administration 180
  53. Doctor of Pharmacy 200
  54. Animal and Environmental Biology 170
  55. Biochemistry 200
  56. Chemistry 180
  57. Computer Sciences 200
  58. Geology 180
  59. Geophysics 170
  60. Industrial Chemistry 180
  61. Mathematics 170
  62. Microbiology 200
  63. Physics 160
  64. Plant Science and Biotechnology 170
  65. Environmental Management and Toxicology 180
  66. Statistics 180
  67. Criminology and Security Studies 190
  68. Demography and Social Statistics 160
  69. Economics and Development Studies 180
  70. Mass Communication 200
  71. Peace and Conflict Resolution 170
  72. Political Science 200
  73. Psychology 170
  74. Sociology 190

Advice for FUOYE Applicants Who Did Not Meet Up With Cut Off Mark

It's disappointing to see the university declared cut-off marks other than 160 for all courses that students have been expecting - just like last admission years. It's done anyway and what will be the way out now that you've been let down.

Consider the following pieces of advice:
  1. If your score is less than the cut-off mark announced, consider the change of course on the JAMB portal and select the course that your UTME score is right for. Note that, if you do this, it may not reflect or be updated in the school's database immediately or updated on their website for you to continue with your post UTME registration. You will have to wait about a week or so before such an update can reflect. Thereafter, you can register on the school portal.
  2. If your score is higher than the cut-off mark announced, you can retain your course as earlier chosen. You can also consider the change of course to a better course which your score is right for. Don't forget that some candidates will move off those most competitive and high cut-off-marked courses. This will open spaces for the less but right candidates. Changes can be made on the JAMB portal and you later register for the post UTME.
  3. If you don't like those courses with lower cut-off marks, then change to another school that will accept your score. You don't need to waste your years on a course you don't have passion for or with a disabled future.
  4. If the No. 3 above is your take, read the post below for several choices that accept cut-off marks between 150 and 160. You can also consider polytechnics as your first choice in the change of institution to broaden your admission chance to them. Most polytechnics accept between 100 to 150 e.g Oke Ogun Poly Saki Oyo State -120, The Polytechnic Ibadan Oyo State - 150, Federal Polytechnic Ede Osun State - 140, Bida Polytechnic Niger State 150, etc

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