NMU Cut Off Mark 2022/2023 | See Nigeria Maritime University Cut-Off Mark

Nigerian Maritime University JAMB cut off mark for 2022/2023 academic session is 180. Therefore, applicants who scored as much as 180 are automatically eligible to take a seat down for the institution’s post UTME examination. The higher your JAMB score, the higher your probabilities of clinching the course registered on your UTME.

Before we proceed, let’s know the meaning of Cut Off Mark.

What is Nigeria Maritime University Cut Off Mark 2022/2023?

We noticed that students don’t really understand the meaning of cut off marks. Every year, students often ask this question so today we will briefly explain what cut off mark is.

Nigeria Maritime University Cut off mark is the mark set by the NMU authority or board that conducts AN exam, which is considered as the passing or clearing level of the exam. Based on cut off candidates are shortlisted for the further stages of the selection process.

So NMU Cut Off mark 2021/2022 is the specific mark set by the University authority which is considered as the passing level for any candidate to be qualified for any course.

Nigerian Maritime University NMU cut off mark

The management of the Nigeria Maritime University (NMU) has released the departmental cut-off marks for the 2021/2022 academic session admission exercise.

NMU Cut Off Mark 2022

The current UTME Cut off Mark for NMU is 180. The Nigeria Maritime University is inviting candidates who made NMU their first choice in the 2022 UTME for admission into their various choice of department.

Below is the Approved cut-off marks for the 2022/2023 academic session;

Courses with 180 cut off

  1. Marine Engineering

Courses with 160 cut off

  1. Civil Engineering
  2. Mechanical Engineering
  3. Petroleum and Gas Engineering
  4. Electrical Engineering

Courses with 150 cut off

  1. Ports Management
  2. Marine Economics and Finance
  3. Nautical Science
  4. Transport and Logistics Management
  5. Marine Geology
  6. Marine Environment and Pollution Control
  7. Meteorology and Climate Change
  8. Fisheries and Aquaculture

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