UNILORIN Cut Of Mark 2021 (Post UTME & JAMB)

The Joints Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) was given a benchmark of 180 and above for candidates applying for Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of Education following the scrapping out of post UTME by the federal government.

The University of Ilorin, UNILORIN POST UTME presently known as screening test exercise cut-off marks for 2021/2022 admission are out. These comprise UNILORIN’s general and departmental cut-off marks for the 2021/2022 academic session.

These cut-off marks set by the University of Ilorin will serve as the minimum required UTME scores required for any candidate to be legible to be offered admission into various degree programs offered in the various departments in the school.

Importantly, candidates who have higher scores are considered first; in admission basics, candidates with lower scores though might meet the cut-off mark of 180 may likely not be offered admission. In fact, it has moved to the level of the higher your scores, the higher the chance of being admitted.

UNILORIN Cut Off Mark (Post UTME & JAMB) Departmental Screening

The JAMB Score for all the candidates who choose the University of Ilorin as their first choice is 180 and above. If you are able to score 180 and above then you are eligible for the post UTME screening exercise. 180 is the general cut-off point.

There is no cause for worry, the management of the University of Ilorin has released the post-UTME cut-off marks for all courses into the school. You must not scoreless.

  • Unilorin Departmental Cut Off Mark is listed below
  1. B. Aquaculture and Fisheries 180
  2. B.Agric 200
  3. B.Sc. Food Science 200
  4. B.Sc. Home Economics 180
  5. B. Forestry and Wildlife 180
  6. B.A. Arabic 180
  7. B.A. English 210
  8. B.A. French 180
  9. B.A. History and International Studies 210
  10. B.A. Linguistics 200
  11. B.A. Yoruba 180
  12. B.A. Hausa 180
  13. B.A. Igbo 180
  14. B.A. Performing Arts 190
  15. B.A. Christian Studies 180
  16. B.A. Islamic Studies 180
  17. B.A. Comparative Religious Studies 180
  18. B.Pharmacy 250
  19. B.Sc. (Ed.) Social Studies 180
  20. B.Sc. (Ed.) Economics 180
  21. B.Sc. (Ed.) Geography 180
  22. B.A. (Ed.) Social Studies 180
  23. B.Sc. (Ed.) Educational Technology 180
  24. B.Sc. (Ed.) Computer Science 180
  25. B.Sc. (Ed.) Technology Education 180
  26. B.Sc.(Ed.) Health Education 180
  27. B.Ed. Primary Education Studies 180
  28. B. Ed Adult Education Studies 180
  29. B.Ed. Counsellor Education 180
  30. B.Ed. Educational Management 180
  31. B.Sc. (Ed.) Business Education 180
  32. B.Sc.(Ed.) Human Kinetics 180
  33. B.Sc. (Ed.) Biology 180
  34. B.Sc. (Ed.) Chemistry 180
  35. B.Sc. (Ed.) Mathematics 180
  36. B.Sc. (Ed.) Physics 180
  37. B.Sc. (Ed.) Agriculture 180
  38. B.A. (Ed.) Arabic 180
  39. B.A. (Ed.) Christian Studies 180
  40. B.A. (Ed.) English 190
  41. B.A. (Ed.) French 180
  42. B.A. (Ed.) History 180
  43. B.A. (Ed.) Islamic Studies 180
  44. B.A. (Ed.) Yoruba 180
  45. B.Eng. Water Resources and Environmental Engineering 200
  46. B.Eng. Computer Engineering 240
  47. B.Eng. Food Engineering 200
  48. B.Eng. Agricultural &Biosystems Engineering 190
  49. B.Eng. Civil Engineering 230
  50. B.Eng. Mechanical Engineering 230
  51. B.Eng. Electrical and Electronics Engineering 240
  52. B.Eng. Chemical Engineering 230
  53. B.Eng. Metallurgical Engineering 200
  54. B.Eng. Biomedical Engineering 200
  55. B.Sc. Architecture 220
  56. B.Sc. Estate Management 180
  57. B.Sc. Quantity Surveying 200
  58. B.Sc. Surveying and Geo-informatics 200
  59. B.Sc. Urban and Regional Planning 180
  60. DVM (Veterinary Medicine) 200
  61. LL.B. Common Law 260
  62. LL.B. Common & Islamic Law 230
  63. B.Sc. Anatomy 220
  64. B.Sc. Physiology 220
  65. MBBS 260
  66. B. Nursing Science 230
  67. B.Sc. Computer Science 220
  68. B.Sc. Mass Communication 240
  69. B.Sc. Information and Communication Science 190
  70. B.Sc. Library and Information Science 180
  71. B.Sc. Telecommunication Science 200
  72. Doctor of Optometry 220
  73. B.Sc. Biochemistry 220
  74. B.Sc. Microbiology 220
  75. B.Sc. Plant Biology 180
  76. B.Sc. Zoology 180
  77. B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry 200
  78. B.Sc. Applied Geophysics 180
  79. B.Sc. Chemistry 180
  80. B.Sc. Physics 180
  81. B.Sc. Geology & Mineral Science 200
  82. B.Sc. Mathematics 180
  83. B.Sc. Statistics 190
  84. B.Sc. Finance 190
  85. B.Sc. Marketing 200
  86. B.Sc. Industrial Relations & Personnel Management 180
  87. B.Sc. Public Administration 200
  88. B.Sc. Accounting 240
  89. B.Sc. Business Administration 220
  90. B.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies 180
  91. B.Sc. Economics 220
  92. 92 B.Sc. Geography & Environmental Management 180
  93. B.Sc. Political Science 210
  94. B.Sc. Sociology 200

The aim of this article is to inform Candidates who chose the University of Ilorin, UNILORIN during JAMB registration about the Unilorin Cut Off  Marks as well as the Departmental Screening with all necessary information. It is important that such candidates check the cut-off marks before proceeding to fill the UNILORIN Post-UTME Screening Form. Read along and get the full details below.

UNILORIN Cut Off marks for Post UTME and JAMB for Admission into each department is what this post is all about. Perhaps you will be participating in the forthcoming  University of Ilorin post UTME and have been wondering what is the cut-off mark you need to be able to gain admission into your course of choice.

Unilorin Post UTME Cut Off Mark / Departmental Screening 2021

The university management is responsible to set admission cut off the mark and they often do that after the completion of the whole exam. Therefore, the institution admits students base on the performance of students, especially candidates with 40%-49% scores for some departments.

Once you score the general 180 scores in JAMB UTME, then the total score obtainable in the University of Ilorin admission screening is 100. The score is based on percentage and whatever you scored is out of 100. Scoring70% means you scored 70 over 100 and if you scored 25% means your score is 25 out of 100.

The cut-off mark for admission into the University of Ilorin is different from department to department. Though, the institution set a minimum benchmark which is always 50%. This implies that by scoring 50% in the University of Ilorin admission screening test exercise, you stand a chance of being offered admission for some departments but not all. This is because there are some courses that,  if you score 50% and above, you can easily be considered for admission some of these courses:

  1. Education courses
  2. Art courses
  3. Social Sciences courses
  4. Faculty of Agriculture
  5. Faculty of Sciences
  6. Any other department apart from the above listed

While some departments or courses will never accept 50% as cut off the mark. Therefore, this has prompt the University to set specific cut-off marks for the following departments:

  1. Medicine and Surgery 70
  2. Computer Science 60
  3. Mass Communication 60
  4. Common-Law 60
  5. Accounting 60
  6. Finance 60
  7. Pharmacy 70
  8. Doctor of Optometry 60
  9. All Engineering Courses 60
  10. Architecture 60


The University of Ilorin, also known (UNILORIN) is a federal government university or public higher institution located in Ilorin, capital of  Kwara State, Nigeria and it is about500 km from Abuja, the federal capital Territory. The institution was established by a decree of the Federal Military Government in 1975, making it a federal government-owned tertiary institution of education. The institution’s landmass covering approximately 5000 hectares and it is among the largest in Nigeria.

200 foundation students were admitted into residence following an entrance examination, on Saturday, October 23, 1976, and academic activities commenced the following Monday, October 25, 1976, after the Principal’s maiden address at about 10.00am in the Africa Hall. The University College kick-started with three foundation Faculties namely: Arts, Science, and Education. Gradually, the Institution began to develop its programs in a way that not less than 60% of its effort was directed towards science-oriented programs alone.

Presently, the Main Campus houses the Faculties of Science, Communication and Information Sciences(CIS), Agriculture, Education, Law, Arts, Business and Social Sciences, Engineering & Technology,  (including the completion of the new seven-story Senate Complex), Postgraduate School, the Unilorin Sugar Research Institute, the Main University Library, Computer Services and Information Technology (COMSIT), Conference Centre, Works Yard, Unilorin Resources Development and Management Board, Student Canteens, the newly completed 2,000 seats multipurpose Auditorium, and the Alumni/ Endowment Office.

On the other hand, the Mini-Campus houses the College of Health Sciences, a mini Library, the Institute of Education, Shopping Complex, Canteens, some of the Revenue-yielding projects which are under the URDMB such as the Unilorin Bookshop, Unilorin Computer Centre (Training Wing), The Printing Press, the Bakery, and the Guest Houses. Each Campus (both the mini-camps and the permanent campus) has a Health Centre, a Post Office, and Banking facilities.



There you have the Unilorin Cut Off Marks and all other needed details. Before choosing the school as your first choice ensure you read through to have adequate knowledge about the JAMB UTME and the Post UTME Screening exercise organized by the institution as well as the departmental cut-off marks.