TASUED Department of Education & Social Studies Admission 2022/2023

This is to inform the general public and all Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) aspirants that the Department of Education & Social Studies admission requirements have been published.

The admission requirements include O’level Subject combinations, JAMB UTME Subject combinations, and School and Departmental Cut-Off Marks.

Entry Requirements

O’Level Subject Combination

The O’level subject combination and requirements needed to study Education & Social Studies include the following:

  • Five SSCE credit passes to include English Language plus two Arts /Social Science subjects.

JAMB UTME Subject Combination

Candidates will write the following Four (4) Subjects in JAMB

  • English Language
  • Any three subjects from below:
  • Christian Religious Knowledge
  • Economics
  • Geography/Physics
  • Government
  • History
  • IRS

Direct Entry Requirement

These are the conditions you need to fulfill to gain Direct Entry admission to study Education and Social Studies if you don’t intend to use UTME. You require;

  • NCE (Social Studies) from recognized colleges
  • Two ‘A’ level passes in relevant subjects

JAMB Score

All candidates interested in getting admitted to Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) for the 2022/2023 session should know that to be eligible for the screening, you must have scored 150 or above in your JAMB result.

Conclusions

The Tai Solarin University of Education is a state university in Ijebu-ode, Ogun State, Nigeria. The institution was established in 2005 and is Ogun State’s second state university to receive authorization.

The University is the only institution in the country that offers both the bachelor’s degree programmes in education (B.Ed.) and trains National Certificate of Education (NCE) graduates within the same academic environment.

We hope this article clarifies the requirements for admission to TASUED’s Department of Education & Social Studies. As always, RealMina says success to all students in their academic journey.

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