University Of Ibadan (UI) Department Of Agricultural & Environmental Engineering Admission Requirements

This is to inform the general public that the management of the University Of Ibadan (UI) have published the admission requirements for her department of Agricultural & Environmental Engineering For her admission aspirants.

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

UI Department Of Agricultural & Environmental Engineering Admission Requirements

O’level Subject Combinations

Candidates who wish to study Agricultural & Environmental Engineering in the University Of Ibadan (UI) must possess Five ‘O’ level subjects at one sitting or 6 ‘O’ level subjects at 2 sittings to include English Language, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with any ONE or TWO of the following subjects as the case may be; Biology, Agricultural Science, Further Mathematics, Technical Drawing, Economics, Geography, Metal Work and Wood Work.

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JAMB UTME Subject Combination

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

English Language, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

UI JAMB Cut-Off Mark

Generally, For any candidate to be admitted into the University Of Ibadan (UI) for any course at all, the candidate must score 200 and above in jamb. That is to say that, the University Of Ibadan (UI) JAMB Cut-Off mark is 200.

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UI Department Of Agricultural & Environmental Engineering Departmental Cut-Off Mark

The UI Department of Agricultural & Environmental Engineering Departmental Cut Off Mark is 200. That is to say that, Candidates who seek for admission in the University Of Ibadan (UI) Department of Agricultural & Environmental Engineering must score 200 and above in the school UTME Screening exercise.

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