UNIDEL Cut-Off Mark 2023/2024 Academic Session

UNIDEL, also known as the University of Delta, is a prestigious Nigerian institution of higher learning. Each year, the university sets a minimum score for admission, known as the cut-off mark, to ensure that only the most qualified candidates are selected for admission.

For the 2023/2024 academic year, the UNIDEL cut-off mark is yet to be announced by the university authorities. However, it is important to note that the cut-off mark is usually determined based on factors such as the number of available spaces, the number of applicants, and the overall performance of the candidates in their entrance exams.

It is advisable for prospective applicants to aim for a high score in their entrance exams to increase their chances of meeting or exceeding the cut-off mark for admission into UNIDEL. Additionally, it is important to keep up with the latest news and updates from the university regarding the admission process, including the announcement of the official cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic year.

CHECK OUT: UNIDEL Post UTME Screening Form 2023/2024 Out | See Eligibility, Date & Requirements

UNIDEL JAMB & Departmental Cut-Off Mark 2023/2024

The UNIDEL cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic year can be divided into two categories: the JAMB cut-off mark and the departmental cut-off mark.

The JAMB cut-off mark is the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in the UTME (Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination) conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to be considered for admission into the University of Delta. The JAMB cut-off mark is usually set by JAMB in collaboration with the university.

On the other hand, the departmental cut-off mark is the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in their post-UTME (Post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination) and other relevant criteria set by each department of the university for admission into a specific course of study. The departmental cut-off mark varies from one department to another and is usually higher than the JAMB cut-off mark.


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UNIDEL Cut-Off Mark For All Courses 2023/2024

S/NCourseCut-Off Mark
1History And International Studies140
2International Relations140
3Education And Biology140
4Home Economics And Education140
5Education And Geography140
6Fine And Applied Arts140
7Business Education140
8Water Resources Engineering140
9Mass Communication140
10English And Literary Studies140
11Education And Mathematics140
12Educational Administration140
13Theatre Arts140
14Mechanical Engineering140
15Software Engineering140
17Banking And Finance140
18Education And Economics140
19Education And Christian Religious Studies140
21Public Administration140
23Religious Studies140
24Urban And Regional Planning140
27Education And English Language140
30Education And French140
32Guidance And Counselling140
35Cyber Security140
36Education And Social Studies140
37Adult And Continuous Education140
38Environmental Management And Toxicology140
39Communication And Language Arts140
40Electrical/Electronics Engineering140
41Education And Computer Science140
44Estate Management140
45Education And Chemistry140
46Library And Information Science140
47Industrial Chemistry140
48Education And Integrated Science140
49Political Science140
50Early Childhood Education140
52Special Education140
53Education And History140
54Christian Religious Studies140
UNIDEL Cut-Off Mark For All Courses 2023/2024


If a candidate wasn’t able to reach the UNIDEL Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024, they may not be eligible to apply for admission into the University of Delta, Agbor for that academic session. However, they can consider applying to other universities with lower cut-off marks or applying for alternative admission programs such as part-time or diploma programs.

Candidates can also consider upgrading their JAMB scores and reapplying for admission into UNIDEL in the next academic session. It is important for candidates to keep in mind that there are other factors besides the cut-off mark that are considered in the admission process, such as the candidate’s O’level results, JAMB scores, and other admission requirements.

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