OAU Departmental Cutoff Mark For 2020/2021 Academic Session

Last Updated on January 10, 2020 by Oyeniyi Michael Barry

Information reaching us now shows that the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University (Also called OAU) has release her 2020/2021 departmental cutoff marks to the general public. Notice on the just released OAU departmental cutoff mark was made through the university’s official website (oauife.edu.ng) in September 2020.

OAU Departmental Cutoff Mark for 2019/2020 Academic session

In light of this information, students who wishes to study in Obafemi Awolowo University, and took part in the university’s Post UTME examination, are highly advised to go through the OAU departmental cutoff mark below. It is important to note that these cutoff marks are the minimum scores set by OAU, for students who want to gain admission into her various departments.

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Is OAU 2020/2021 cutoff mark out?

The answer is No! The Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) has not yet release her 2020/2021 departmental cutoff mark. However, it is certain that the university (OAU) will release it before the end of September 2020. If you want to be officially informed whenever the cutoff mark is out, i enjoin you to check back on this page subsequently. It will be posted here immediately the university publishes it online.

What is JAMB cutoff mark for OAU in 2020?

JAMB cutoff mark for OAU in 2020 is 180. This means that, before any student can be offered admission into OAU through JAMB CAPS, he/she must score at least 180 in JAMB UTME examination.

Nevertheless, this does not imply that your admission is certain as long as you have up to 180 in JAMB. To gain admission into OAU, you must meet the university’s cutoff mark for the course you intend to study.

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OAU DEPARTMENTAL CUTOFF MARK FOR 2019/2020

FACULTY OF ADMINISTRATION

  • Management and Accounting – 253.0
  • International Relations – 233.0
  • Local Government Studies – 210.0

FACULTY OF LAW

  • Law – 291.5

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

  • Medicine – 275.0
  • Dentistry – 260.0
  • Medical Rehabilitations – 248.0
  • Nursing – 249.5

FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY

  • Agricultural Engineering – 200
  • Chemical Engineering – 250
  • Computer Engineering – 250
  • Computer Economics – 217
  • Computer Mathematics – 250
  • Elect/Elect Engineering – 252
  • Food Engineering – 200
  • Food Sci. & Technology – 200
  • Material Science & Eng – 200
  • Mechanical Engineering – 248

FACULTY OF PHARMACY

  • Pharmacy – 252

FACULTY OF ARTS

  • Drama – 269.5
  • English – 270.5
  • Literature in English – 253.0
  • French – 259.0
  • German – 249.5
  • Portuguese – 226.0
  • History and His./Inter. Rel – 252
  • Linguistics – 258.5
  • Yoruba – 200
  • Music – 236
  • Philosophy – 260
  • Religious Studies – 239

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

  • Education/ English – 275
  • Education/Yoruba – 200
  • Education/Fine Arts – 200
  • Education/Music – 200
  • Education/CRS – 200
  • Education/French – 220
  • Education/History – 200
  • Education/Economics – 240
  • Education/Geography – 200
  • Education/Political Science – 243
  • Education/Social Studies – 208
  • Education/Language Arts – 210
  • Education/Guidance & Counselling – 212
  • Physical & Health Education – 200
  • Education/Biology – 211
  • Education/Chemistry – 212
  • Education/Physics – 215
  • Education/Maths/Integrated Science – 200

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

  • Agric. Economics – 200
  • Animal Science – 200
  • Agric. Extension and Rural Sociology – 200
  • Family Health and Nutrition – 200
  • Crop Production and Protection – 200

FACULTY OF SCIENCE

  • Applied Geophysics – 200
  • Biochemistry – 200
  • Botany – 200
  • Chemistry – 200
  • Engineering Physics – 200
  • Geology – 236
  • Industrial Chemistry – 200
  • Mathematics – 200
  • Statistics – 200
  • Microbiology – 234
  • Physics – 200
  • Zoology – 200

FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN & MANAGEMENT

  • Architecture – 229
  • Building – 214
  • Urban & Reg. Planning – 208.5
  • Quantity Surveying – 215.5
  • Fine Arts – 200
  • Estate Management – 218.5

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

  • Demography & Soc. Statistics – 209
  • Economics – 271.5
  • Geography – 216
  • Political Science – 268
  • Psychology – 244
  • Sociology & Anthropology – 242.5

How to calculate 2020 OAU post UTME aggregate

If you have been searching for how to calculate your OAU post UTME aggregate, simply follow the steps in this section to do that. Meanwhile, below is the grading system for O’level result (WAEC/NECO):

A1 – 2points
B2 – 1.8points
B3- 1.6points
C4 – 1.4ponts
C5 – 1.2points
C6 – 1point

Note: Calculate your O’level scores for your 5 most important subjects only.

After using the system above to calculate your O’level result,

  1. Divide your JAMB UTME score by 8.
  2. Decide your Post-UTME score is over 40.
  3. Lastly, add all of them together (I.e your O’level grade, JAMB UTME and Post UTME together).
  4. That is your OAU aggregate.

OAU admission requirements 2020

While you are checking the departmental cutoff mark for your course, it is important to know that OAU has other requirements that must be met before they will offer admission to any aspirant. Below are the UTME requirements for admission in OAU:

  • Candidates must score at least 5 credits (Including English language and mathematics) before they will be offered admission.
  • If Post UTME examination is to hold, candidates must take part and must do very well in the examination.
  • Candidates must have attained the age of 16 to be offered admission into any faculty in OAU.
  • Candidates cannot use results of more than two sittings to apply for admission.

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Amos mba

I got 227 can I do economics

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Chioma

I scored 54.9 sir will I get admitted to study Law?

Sage

Why is the cut off mark for law the highest?

Adeyanju adebisi

Please around what time does the post utme form comes out?

memunat olabisi Akanni

pls about the aggregate score for oau,
my jamb is 200 divided by 8= 25
my 5 subject calculated according to the point u stated above I got= 7
POST UME less assume that I got =50
does that means my aggregate score is 25+7+50=82
with this calculation I got 82.is this correct
your reply will much appreciated.
thanks

memunat olabisi Akanni

my jamb 25
my neco is 7
while I assume to get 50 in post utme
25+7+50=82
is this aggregate calculation okay

OLAJUWON AYOMIDE

I got 200 in jamb can I do computer engineering

Ajayi Oluwaseyi Victory

I got 189 in jamb can i study physics education

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