UNILORIN Cut Off Mark for 2021/2022 Academic Session – All Courses

Many aspirants of the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN ), is asking many questions about the Unilorin cut off mark. Some of the questions they are asking are:

  1. what is the Unilorin cut off mark 2021/2022?.
  2. What is Unilorin departmental cut-off mark ?.
  3. What is the Unilorin jamb cut off mark?.

Most of the university of Ilorin aspirants are asking this exact question.  Well is good for you to ask this kind of question.  It’s very important for an aspirant to know the criteria for admission to the university.  Knowing the departmental cut-off mark of your course will make you prepare well for it. Before we proceed lets quickly look at the meaning of the cut-off mark.

What is the Meaning of Cut Off Mark?

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.

Cut off mark is the mark set by the 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 UNILORIN Cut Off Mark 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.


We all know that before you giving admission into the University of Ilorin (Unilorin). You will meet up all their requirements. Well if we all know that, we will also know that before you will be giving admission you will meet up with departmental and faculty cut off marks of the school. Before we proceed lets quickly look at the meaning of the cut-off mark.


Well, many do ask this question.  What is the jamb cut off mark for Unilorin?  Well, the general Unilorin cut off mark Is 180

So when you score above 180 you will stand the chance of getting admission.  Those that scored 270, 290, 300. will have the chance of coming out in the first list, because no university will admit students that score 180 first when there are students that scored higher.

Let us not forget that Unilorin considers both the Post Utme score.  So meeting the jamb cut off mark is not the only issue.  You will have to score higher in your post Utme to be given admission.

Also, see: University of Ilorin Post UTME / DE Screening Form 2020/2021


Before I proceed, I will like to specify the fact which is, The University of Ilorin (Unilorin) does not really have a specific cut off mark for courses. However, candidates who have scored a minimum of one 180 in the UTME examination are eligible to apply for admission into any of their choice courses.

Due to the high number of students wishing to study at the University Of ILORIN, the admission processes are competitive and an admission is given Using JAMB score and O level grades.

Below are courses offered in the university as well as their Cut Off Mark.

UNILORIN cut off mark 2020


  1.  B.Sc. (Aquaculture and Fisheries) 180 and above
  2.  B.Sc Agric 180 and above
  3. B.Sc. Food Science 180 and above
  4. B.Sc. Home Economics 180 and above
  5. B. Forestry and Wildlife 180 and above
  6. B.A. Arabic 180 and above
  7. B.A. English 180 and above
  8. B.A. French 180 and above
  9. B.A. History and International Studies 180 and above
  10.  B.A. Linguistics 180 and above
  11.  B.A. Yoruba 180 and above
  12.  B.A. Hausa 180 and above
  13.  B.A. Igbo 180 and above
  14.  B.A. Performing Arts 180 and above
  15.  B.A. Christian Studies 180 and above
  16.  B.A. Islamic Studies 180 and above
  17.  B.A. Comparative Religious Studies 180 and above
  18.  B.Pharmacy 230 and above
  19.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Social Studies and above 180 and above
  20.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Economics Education 180 and above
  21.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Geography Education 180 and above
  22.  B.A. (Ed.) Social Studies 180+
  23.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Educational Technology 180 and above
  24.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Computer Science 180 and above
  25.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Technology Education 180 and above
  26.  B.Sc.(Ed.) Health Education 180 and above
  27. B.(Ed.) Primary Education Studies 180 and above
  28.  B. Ed Adult Education Studies 180 and above
  29.  B.(Ed.) Counsellor Education 180 and above
  30.  B.(Ed.) Educational Management 180 and above
  31.  B.(Ed.) Business Education 180 and above
  32.  B.Sc.(Ed.) Human Kinetics Education 180 and above
  33.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Biology Education 180 and above
  34.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Chemistry Education 180 and above
  35.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Maths Education 180 and above
  36.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Physics Education 180 and above
  37.  B.Sc. (Ed.) Agriculture 180 and above
  38.  B.A. (Ed.) Arabic Education 180 and above
  39. B.A. (Ed.) Christian Studies Education 180 and above
  40. B.A. (Ed.) English Education 180 and above
  41. B.A. (Ed.) French Education 180 and above
  42. B.A. (Ed.) History Education 180 and above
  43. B.A. (Ed.) Islamic Studies Education 180 and above
  44. B.A. (Ed.) Yoruba Education 180 and above
  45. B.Eng. Water Resources and Environmental Engineering 180 and above
  46. B.Eng. Computer Engineering 200 and above
  47. B.Eng. Food Science and Technology 180 and above
  48. B.Eng. Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering 180 and above
  49. B.Eng. Civil Engineering 200 and above
  50. B.Eng. Mechanical Engineering 200 and above
  51. B.Eng. Electrical Engineering 200 and above
  52. B.Eng. Chemical Engineering 200 and above
  53. B.Eng. (Metallurgical Engineering) 180 and above
  54. B.Eng. (Biomedical Engineering) 180 and above
  55. B.Sc. Architecture 180 and above
  56. B.Sc. Estate Management 180 and above
  57. B.Sc. Quantity Surveying 180 and above
  58. B.Sc. Surveying and Geo-informatics 180 and above
  59. B.Sc. Urban and Regional Planning 180 and above
  60. DVM 190 and above
  61. LL.B. Common Law 240 and above
  62. LL.B. Common & Islamic Law 220 and above
  63. B.Sc. Anatomy 200 and above
  64. B.Sc. Physiology 200 and above
  65. MBBS 235 and above
  66. B. Nursing Science 210 and above
  67. B.Sc. Computer Science 200 and above
  68. B.Sc. Mass Communication 220 and above
  69. B.Sc. Information and Communication Science 180 and above
  70. B.Sc. Library and Information Science 180 and above
  71. B.Sc. Telecommunication Science 180 and above
  72. Doctor of Optometry 190 and above
  73. B.Sc. Bio-Chemistry 200 and above
  74. B.Sc. Microbiology 200 and above
  75. B.Sc. Plant Biology 180 and above
  76. B.Sc. Zoology 180 and above
  77. B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry 180 and above
  78. B.Sc. (Applied Geophysics) 180 and above
  79. B.Sc. Chemistry 180 and above
  80. B.Sc. Physics 180 and above
  81. B.Sc. Geology & Mineral Science 180 and above
  82. B.Sc. Mathematics 180 and above
  83. B.Sc. Statistics 180 and above
  84. B.Sc. Finance 200 and above
  85. B.Sc. Marketing 180 and above
  86. B.Sc. Industrial Relations & Personnel Management 180 and above
  87. B.Sc. Public Administration 180 and above
  88. B.Sc. Accounting 200 and above
  89. B.Sc. Business Administration 200 and above
  90. B.Sc. Psychology 180 and above
  91. B.Sc. Social Work 180 and above
  92. B.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies 190 and above
  93. .Sc. Economics 210 and above
  94. B.Sc. Geography 180 and above
  95. B.Sc. Political Science 200 and above
  96. B.Sc. Sociology 190 and above

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