This article is designed to help students who wish to study Religious Studies under the Faculty of Social & Management Sciences in University of Nigeria Nsukka as it is very important for all candidates who wish to apply for any of the courses offered in UNN to carefully confirm and see if the course they Selected is offered in the institution before registering for JAMB.
The University of Nigeria, commonly referred to as UNN, is a federal university located in Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria. Founded by Nnamdi Azikiwe in 1955 and formally opened on 7 October 1960, the University of Nigeria has four campuses – Nsukka, Enugu, and Ituku-Ozalla – all located in Enugu State and Aba campus in Abia State
The University of Nigeria was the first full-fledged indigenous and first autonomous university in Nigeria modelled upon the American educational system. It is the first land-grant university in Africa and one of the five most reputed universities in Nigeria. The university has 15 Faculties and 102 academic departments. The University offers 82 undergraduate programs and 211 postgraduate programmes.
The university celebrated its 50th anniversary on October 2010
The O’level subject combination and requirements needed to study Religious Studies;
Five (5) SSC credit passes to include English Language and Christian Religious Studies/Islamic Studies
In UTME, please note that English Language is Compulsory for this course. Therefore, the three (3) other JAMB UTME subject combination needed to study Religious Studies under the Faculty of Social & Management Sciences in the above Universities include;
Christian Religious Studies/Islamic Studies and any two (2) other subjects
These are the conditions you need to fulfill to gain Direct Entry admission to study Religious Studies, if you don’t intend to use UTME.
Two (2) ‘A’ Level subjects to include Religious Studies (Christian Religious Studies/Islamic Studies).
SPECIAL CONSIDERATION (WAIVER) REMARKS
(i) UNN – in addition to the UTME requirements requires
a. ‘A’ Level passes in two (2) subjects including Christian Religious Knowledge.
b. Holders of the ND