School Courses And Requirements

Federal Poly Ado-Ekiti Cut-off Mark For All Courses 2020/2021

Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti is one of the Polytechnics I can recommend for any candidate because it is in the league of schools in Nigeria that offer quality education.

However, to gain admission into the school you must meet the JAMB cut-off mark (which is 150), the department cut-off mark, and O’level criteria.

For you to be eligible for FEDPOLY Ado-Ekiti Post UTME, you must have:

  • Choose the school as your First or Second Choice and obtained a minimum cut-off mark of 150 in the UTME.
  • Possess five (5) O’ level subject requirements at Credit level in not more than two (2) sittings.
  • Should be ready to change institutions to Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti if you score 150 and above in UTME but did not choose the school either First or Second choice

The reason for stating the above is to let you know that you have to meet some criteria for you to gain admission into the school.

In addition, admission is based on your performance in JAMB and Post-UTME

Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti Cut Off Mark – Departmental

Accountancy – 55

Banking and Finance – 48

Business Administration and Management – 55

Marketing – 50

Office Technology and Management – 50

Purchasing and Supply – 50

Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering – 45

Agricultural Technology – 50

Civil Engineering – 55

Electrical/Electronics Engineering – 50

Fisheries Technology – 40

Mechanical Engineering – 53

Mineral and Petroleum Resources Engineering Technology – 45

Architectural Technology – 50

Building Technology – 45

Estate Management – 45

Quantity Surveying – 45

Surveying and Geo-informatics – 45

Urban and Regional Planning – 40

Computer Science – 55

Food Technology – 50

Glass Technology – 40

Science Technology – 56

Statistics – 40

I want to assure you that  FEDPOLY Ado is transparent and give admission on merit. So if you meet the cut-off above, you will be offered admission into the school on merit.

Bolarinwa Olajire

A lecturer, Educationist, PhD student at FUNAAB, and a Blogger.

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