Topfaith University Cut Off Mark 2023/2024 Academic Session
If you are interested in pursuing higher education at Topfaith University, Mkpatak, it is important to have all the necessary information about the institution. In this article, we will provide details about the cut-off mark for Topfaith University for the 2023/2024 academic session.
The management of Topfaith University wishes to inform the general public and prospective students that the cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session has been released. The university ensures that its cut-off mark is in line with the guidelines provided by JAMB (Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board).
The cut-off mark for Topfaith University is 170. This means that candidates who scored 170 and above in the 2023 JAMB examinations and selected Topfaith as their preferred institution are eligible to purchase the post-UTME form and apply for admission.
The following table presents the minimum JAMB cut-off marks required for various courses offered at Topfaith University:
|Faculty of Social & Management Science||Minimum JAMB Cut-Off Mark|
|Accounting||170 and above|
|Business Administration||170 and above|
|Economics||170 and above|
|Mass Communication||170 and above|
|Criminology & Security Studies||170 and above|
|Faculty of Law||Minimum JAMB Cut-Off Mark|
|Public Law||170 and above|
|Private & Property Law||170 and above|
|Commercial & Industrial Law||170 and above|
|Jurisprudence and International Law||170 and above|
|Faculty of Engineering||Minimum JAMB Cut-Off Mark|
|Petroleum & Gas Engineering||170 and above|
|Electrical & Electronic Engineering||170 and above|
|Computer Engineering||170 and above|
|Telecommunications Engineering||170 and above|
Qualified candidates are encouraged to purchase the post-UTME form from Topfaith University. Only students who have scored the required JAMB cut-off mark for Topfaith University are eligible to apply for admission.
For admission to the 100 Level through UTME, prospective students must have a minimum of five credits in relevant subjects at the O’level (WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, GCE, etc.) in not more than two sittings. These credits must include English and Mathematics. Additionally, students need to attain acceptable points in UTME in relevant subjects.
For admission into the 200 Level through Direct Entry (DE), candidates should possess at least five SSCE credits and obtain two A’ level (or equivalent) passes in relevant subjects or hold a National Diploma (ND) with credit passes.
Note: Credit passes in English Language and Mathematics are mandatory for admission into all departments.
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