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Universities Offering Animal Nutrition, SSCE, UTME/DE Requirements

UPDATED LIST OF NIGERIA UNIVERSITIES OFFERING ANIMAL NUTRITION AND REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION

Animal nutrition focuses on the dietary needs of animals, primarily those in agriculture and food production, but also in zoos, aquariums, and wildlife management. There are seven major classes of nutrients: carbohydrates, fats, fiber, minerals, proteins, vitamins, and water. 

While seeking admissions for Animal Nutrition, candidates need to understand a few things before considering the universities offering it in UTME/DE or during the JAMB change of course.

This post will discuss:

  1. the list of universities offering Animal Nutrition in Nigeria
  2. JAMB general SSCE (O'level) subjects/grades required for Animal Nutrition
  3. JAMB general UTME subjects combination for Animal Nutrition
  4. Individual universities SSCE and UTME subject requirements for Animal Nutrition
  5. Other conditions admission seekers must meet to be offered the admissions.

List of Universities the Offer Animal Nutrition

JAMB UTME and DE Requirements for Animal Nutrition

The board requires:

  1. applicants through Direct Entry (DE) to possess at least two (2) 'A' level passes or equivalent in Chemistry and Biology or Agricultural Science
  2. applicants through UTME to write English, Biology/Agricultural Science, Chemistry, and Mathematics/ Physics during the CBT exams.
  3. both DE and UTME applicants to possess at least five (5) SSCE credit passes in Agricultural Science/Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, and any two (2) other subjects and at least 'O' level pass in English Language and Physics in not more than two sittings

The above are the general requirements for Animal Nutrition admissions. However, these universities may prefer more, less or other qualifications entirely. That takes us to the next sections.

Individual Universities Direct Entry Requirements for Animal Nutrition

DE applicants (candidates seeking admissions into 200 level) can hold any of the following qualifications to process admissions.

  1. Bachelor's Degree (BSC)
  2. Higher National Diploma (HND)
  3. Ordinary National Diploma (OND)
  4. Higher National Certificate (HNC)
  5. Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB)
  6. Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB)
  7. General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (GCE `A' Level)

Meanwhile:

  1. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) Ogun State accepts (a) Two (2) 'A' level passes in Chemistry and one (1) of Zoology/Botany/Agricultural Science/Biology, Mathematics or Physics (b) ND/HND upper credit in Agriculture from a recognized institution in any one of Animal Sciences, Animal Production and Health, Husbandry, Agricultural Economics, Fisheries and Forestry, and Wildlife Management plus the SSCE requirements (c) NCE credit in Agricultural Science, Biology, Chemistry or Physics plus the UTME requirements.
  2. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomoso (LAUTECH), Oyo State requires ND upper credit/HND/NCE at credit Level in relevant subjects, plus the UTME requirements

Apart from the conditions stated above, DE applicants into the universities must:

  1. obtain JAMB Direct Entry form and consider their favorite universities as the institutions
  2. obtain the post-DE/screening form of their proposed universities
  3. submit a copy of the academic transcript to the admission office of their proposed universities

Individual Universities UTME and SSCE Subject Requirements for Animal Nutrition

Candidates seeking admissions through UTME (into 100 level) must:

  1. be the holders of SSCE eg WAEC, NECO, GCE, NABTEB, etc
  2. obtain relevant SSCE subjects, with at least C6, in not more than two sittings
  3. obtain JAMB UTME form and consider their most preferred universities as the choice number 1
  4. obtain the universities' post UTME/screening forms and partake in the exams, online screening, or physical screening (depending on the one being used by the university).
  5. meet or beat the JAMB and schools cut-off marks 

Meanwhile:

  1. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) Ogun State requires; (a.) 'O' Level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology. (b.) at least 'O' Level pass in Physics. (c.) candidates with 'O' Level pass in Biology must possess 'O' Level credit pass in Agricultural Science. Does not accept Agricultural Science in lieu of Biology.
  2. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomoso (LAUTECH), Oyo State accepts Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology/Agricultural Science, Physics, and English Language.

Individual Universities UTME and SSCE Subject Requirements for Animal Nutrition

  1. Both universities accept Biology/Agricultural Science, Chemistry, and Mathematics/Physics.

JAMB and Universities Cut Off Marks for Animal Nutrition

After meeting the terms detailed above, each admission seeker must meet the JAMB cut-off marks to be able to proceed with the university's post UTME/screening exercise. However, DE applicants are not required to write UTME or any JAMB exams. Their admissions will be based on their A'level grades and SSCE subjects/grades.

While JAMB may declare less mark for universities, you proposed university may consider a mark higher than that. This is why there is a difference between the JAMB cut-off mark and individual school cut-off marks

More so, after the post UTME, certain universities will still draw departmental cut off marks. For example, the University of Ibadan. These are the final cut-off marks that you must meet or beat before you can be offered admission eventually. 

Some universities make their computations (to arrive at the aggregate score) public while some never make it. However, the methods usually adopted include using the summation of the JAMB average score and post UTME score. Some awards point to O'level subjects etc.

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