To gain admission into Nigerian Universities, they’re certain requirements one must meet of no doubt. To avoid admission failure, it’s imperative for students/candidates to find out the admission requirements of the University they wanted to choose.
However, I expect that you know the admission requirements of your institution of choice even before you register for jamb or take your DE/Alevel Admission form.
Nevertheless, without much ado, in this single article, I’ll show you everything as to know about UI Admission Requirements.
UI General Admission Requirements 2020
Here are the basic and general requirements that must be conceived before looking at the departmental/faculty/course requirements. Below are UI General Admission Requirements and UI criteria for admission.
- Candidates must have a minimum of five(5) credit passes in relevant subjects which must include English Language and mathematics at GCE O’Level, WASCE, SSCE, NECO or approved equivalents at not more than 2 sittings.
- Candidates with Teachers Grade II (TC II) with minimal passes at credit or merit levels in conjunction with credit passes in relevant subjects at GCE, WASCE, SSCE, NECO or approved equivalents may be considered. No subject will be counted at both TC II or GCE O/Level, WASCE, SSCE, NECO else approved equivalents.
- The candidate must make at least 200 pass marks in JAMB to qualify for internal screening by the University of Ibadan.
UI Admission Requirements For Courses.
Below are some courses offered at the University of Ibadan, UI, and their respective admission requirements for both UTME, DE, and Alevel Applicants.
Medicine and Surgery
UTME subject: English, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
Olevel result: minimum of Five(5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.
A level requirement: In most cases, it is 15 points but sometimes it can be lower than 14 points.
Electrical, Mechanical, Civil Engineering
UTME subject: English, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
Olevel result: minimum of Five(5) SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and one other science subject.
A level requirement: in most cases, it is 13-16 points although they can be changed based on some factors.
Minimum of five(5) ‘O’ level Credits passes at not more than one(1) sitting or six ‘O’ level subjects at 2 sittings including English Language, Lit-in-English any other subjects from Arts, Social Sciences or Science.
UTME subject: English and any three Arts or Social Science subjects.
At least two(2) ‘A’ level passes but O/L credit passes must include Mathematics and Economics.
Minimum of five(5) credit passes to include Mathematics, Economics, and any other two Arts or Social Science subjects.
O’level: Mathematics, Economics, and any other two Arts or Social Science subjects.
UTME subject: Mathematics, Economics, and any of Government, History, Geography, Lit-in-English, French, or CRK/IRK.
Olevel result: at least five(5) o’level credit passes including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and any other science subject.
UTME subject: Mathematics, Physics, and one of the Biology, Chemistry, Agric Science, Economics, and Geography.
for psychology candidates, UI accepts:
(i)TWO(2) ‘A’ level passes from Arts, Social Science subjects
(ii)Science subject with a minimum pass in Mathematics
Olevel result: Not less than five(5) ‘O’ level credits in Government/History, English. Language and any other three(3) subjects.
UTME SUBJECTS: Any three subjects.
Applicants who wish to study psychology should ensure they have good o’level results and UTME scores for them to have a better chance of gaining admission.
Yeah!, This is the little we have to say for now on the topic UI Admission Requirements. It’s important to note that the University of Ibadan, UI does not accept candidates that choose them as the second choice in jamb and UI in most cases accept candidates with awaiting results to apply for her post UTME Screening Excercise.
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