UNIABUJA Cut off mark 2022/2023 – JAMB & Departmental for all Courses

The University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) Cut off mark for 2022/2023 is out. We have also published the new UNIABUJA JAMB and Post UTME Cut off mark for 2022 on this page.

To start with, the criteria for qualifying for the application for thw UNIABUJA 2022 Post UTME screening for 2022 is meeting the UNIABUJA JAMB Cut off mark for 2022/2023.

To be qualified to apply for the University of Abuja 2022 Post UTME, your JAMB score must at least meet the UNIABUJA JAMB Cut off mark stipulated for 2022/2023 academic session.

Also, it is expected that all intending applicants must have chosen the University of Abuja as their first choice-institution in the 2022 JAMB exam.

But if you meet the JAMB cut off mark for UNIABUJA but didn’t chose UNIABUJA as your first choice,  then change your first choice institution to UNIABUJA here.

Does UNIABUJA accept 170?


Unfortunately, the University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) does not accept 160, 170 or any JAMB score lower for the 2022 UNIABUJA Post UTME exercise.

Remember that the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) recently declared 150 as the JAMB cut off mark for Federal Universities in Nigeria.


But the story is not the same for the University of Abuja. As such, all candidates are expected to have a JAMB score that meets the UNIABUJA Post UTME cut off mark shown below.

What is UNIABUJA JAMB Cut off mark for 2022?

The University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) approved JAMB and Post UTME cut off mark for 2022/2023 is 180

Note: if you meet the cut off mark, you will also have to meet the O’level requirements, and the departmental cut off mark for your course as shown in the bottom of this article.

How is cut off mark calculated in UNIABUJA?

The University of Abuja JAMB Cutoff mark is minimum JAMB score that a candidate must have to be eligible to apply for the UNIABUJA Post UTME screening exercise.

Meanwhile, the University of Abuja Post UTME cut-off mark is the minimum Post UTME score that a candidate must have to be qualified for admission for his or her course.

The University of Abuja JAMB Cut off mark is a standard cut off mark and it is based on the University of Abuja admission system.and decided by each faculty or department.

How is cut off mark calculated in UNIABUJA? The University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) post UTME admission cut off mark is calculated by dividing the JAMB score of the candidate by 8 and the post UTME score of the candidate by 2.

By this, it will be easy for each candidate to know if their JAMB and Post UTME scores will qualify for admission or not.


UNIABUJA Departmental Cut off mark 2022/2023 Academic Session

Below are the possible University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) courses and their departmental JAMB score benchmarks that candidates will need to stand a better chance of admission for their courses.

UNIABUJA Courses Their Departmental Cut off marks Estimated
Accounting 180
Agricultural Science Education 180
Agriculture 180
Arabic Studies 180
Banking and Finance 180
Biology 180
Business Administration 180
Chemical Engineering 190
Chemistry 180
Christian Religious Studies 180
Civil Engineering 190
Computer Science 180
Drama/Dramatic/Performing Arts 180
Economics 180
Arabic Education 180
Biology Education 180
Chemistry Education 180
Christian Religious Studies Education 180
Economics Education 180
English Language Education 180
English Language Literature Education 180
Geography Education 180
History Education 180
Integrated Science Education 180
Islamic Studies Education 180
Mathematics Education 180
Physics Education 180
Social Studies Education 180
Educational Management and Planning 180
Electrical Engineering 200
English and Literary Studies 180
Environmental Education 180
Geography 180
Guidance and Counselling 180
History 180
Islamic Studies 180
Law 220
Library and Information Science 180
Linguistics 180
Literature In English 180
Mathematics 180
Mechanical Engineering 190
Medicine and Surgery 230
Microbiology 190
Philosophy 180
Physics 180
Political Science 190
Political Science and International Relations 180
Primary Education Studies 180
Public Administration 190
Sociology 180
Statistics 180
Teacher Education Science 180
Veterinary Medicine 200

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1 year ago

I scored 190 can I study medicine and surgery in uni abuja

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