Established as Nigeria’s premier higher education institution, the University of Ibadan (UI) boasts a legacy that is steeped in tradition and academic distinction. Tracing its roots to the establishment of Yaba College in 1932, the university’s journey from its earliest days in Yaba, Lagos, to its emergence as the University College of Ibadan in 1948, has been nothing short of transformative. Officially founded on its terrain on 17 November 1948, UI, or as it is fondly referred to, Unibadan has continuously upheld its reputation for academic rigor and excellence.
With a new academic session on the horizon, prospective students are keenly waiting for the all-important admission criteria details. This guide sheds light on the JAMB cut-off marks for the 2023/2024 academic session.
UI’s Legacy: From Yaba College to Unibadan
The University of Ibadan’s story is one of evolution. Its origins lie in Yaba College, Nigeria’s maiden tertiary educational institution, inaugurated in 1932 in Yaba, Lagos. This institution was subsequently relocated to Ibadan, taking on the moniker of the University College of Ibadan in 1948. Finally, on 17 November 1948, the institution was christened the University of Ibadan, becoming a beacon of knowledge and research.
2023/2024 JAMB Cut-Off Mark: What You Need to Know
For those setting their academic sights on the University of Ibadan, understanding the admission criteria is paramount.
UI’s Universal Cut-Off Point
For the forthcoming academic year, the University of Ibadan has established a cut-off mark for a spectrum of degree courses. The set benchmark is 200. Hence, only those aspirants who have secured at least 200 in their JAMB examinations stand eligible for the UI post-UTME screening process.
For a thorough understanding of the post-UTME screening exercise, aspirants can refer to the official guidelines on post-UTME procedures.