The Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), a prestigious higher education institution nestled in the Oye community, has recently announced its cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session admission exercise.
|Institution||Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE)|
|General Cut-off Mark||150|
|Post UTME Eligibility||Candidates who scored at least the cut-off mark|
|Courses Offered||Various, including Agriculture, Arts, Basic Medical Sciences, Engineering etc.|
|Course-specific Cut-off||Ranges from 150 to 220, depending on the course|
|Contact||FUOYE Admission Office for any queries|
Understanding the Cut-Off Mark
The cut-off mark represents the minimum score an applicant must attain in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to be eligible for the post UTME screening exercise. This score acts as a yardstick to measure a student’s eligibility for admission into FUOYE. Scoring exactly or above this threshold means a candidate is qualified to participate in the screening process. Conversely, scores below the cut-off render a candidate ineligible for the post UTME at FUOYE.
A Brief History of FUOYE
One of the nine Federal Universities created by an executive order from the former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR, FUOYE boasts a rich legacy. Under the stewardship of its pioneer Vice Chancellor, Professor Chinedu Ostadinma Nebo, OON, FUOYE has grown into an eminent institution with campuses in Oye-Ekiti and Ikole-Ekiti.
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FUOYE’s Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024
For the 2023/2024 academic session, the management of FUOYE has set the minimum cut-off mark at 150. Below, we provide a detailed breakdown of the cut-off marks for all the courses available in FUOYE across various faculties.
Faculty of Agriculture
The cut-off marks for all programmes in this faculty stand at 160, except for Hospitality and Tourism Management, which has a cut-off of 170.
Faculty of Arts
For the Faculty of Arts, English and Literary Studies, History and International Studies, and Linguistics and Languages have cut-off marks at 180. The Theatre and Media Arts programme requires a cut-off of 200, while Philosophy and Religious Studies demand a cut-off of 160.
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
This faculty has diverse cut-off marks, ranging from 180 for Anatomy and Physiology, 200 for Radiology and Radiation Science, and up to 220 for Medical Laboratory Science and Nursing.
Faculty of Education
All programmes under this faculty have a cut-off mark of 160, except for Human Kinetics, which stands at 150.
Faculty of Engineering
For engineering disciplines, all programmes require a cut-off mark of 200, apart from Agricultural and Bio-Resources and Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, which require 160.
Faculty of Environmental Design and Management
All programmes in this faculty have a cut-off mark of 160, with the exception of Architecture, which requires 200.
Faculty of Law
The cut-off mark for Law is 220.
Faculty of Management Sciences
Cut-off marks vary from 180 for Banking and Finance and Public Administration, 200 for Business Administration, and 210 for Accounting.
Faculty of Pharmacy
The programme of Doctor of Pharmacy requires a cut-off mark of 220.
Faculty of Science
The cut-off marks for this faculty range from 160 for a majority of the programmes, to 180 for Biochemistry and up to 200 for Computer Science and Microbiology.
Faculty of Social Sciences
Cut-off marks vary widely in this faculty, from 160 for Demography and Social Statistics and Psychology, to 180 for Economics and Development Studies and Peace and Conflict Studies, up to 200 for Criminology and Security Studies and Political Science, and reaching 220 for Mass Communication.
By understanding these cut-off marks, prospective students can better manage their expectations and prepare adequately for the upcoming admission exercise. Good luck to all aspirants!