Situated in Gashua, a thriving town in Yobe State, Nigeria, Federal University, Gashua stands as an academic beacon that was established in the year 2013. This institution has swiftly become a cornerstone for higher education in the region, offering an array of courses in diverse fields.
|🏫 Institution||Federal University, Gashua (FUGASHUA)|
|🗺️ Location||Gashua, Yobe State, Nigeria|
|🗓️ Academic Session||2023/2024|
|📚 Cut-off Mark||140 in JAMB examination|
|✅ Eligibility||Score at least 140 in JAMB|
|📚 Courses Available||Various, from Accounting to Sociology|
|📢 Announcement||Senate-endorsed cut-off mark|
|⚠️ Compliance||Prospective candidates urged to note and comply|
Official Announcement: JAMB Cut-Off Score Confirmed by the Senate
The Senate of Federal University, Gashua, wishes to notify both the University Community and the wider public that it has officially sanctioned a JAMB examination score of 140 as the minimum cut-off mark for admissions into the institution for the academic session of 2023/2024.
Admission Eligibility: Courses Requiring a Minimum of 140 JAMB Score
Candidates who have obtained a minimum score of 140 in the JAMB examination are entitled to apply for enrolment in the following degree programmes offered by the university:
- ARABIC STUDIES
- BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
- COMPUTER SCIENCE
- ECONOMICS ANDDEVELOPMENT STUDIES
- ENGLISH LANGUAGE
- FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE:
- FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT:
- HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
- HOME ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT/ ECONOMICS
- HOME SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT
- INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCE
- ISLAMIC STUDIES
- POLITICAL SCIENCE
- PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Prospective students are strongly advised to pay heed to this official stipulation regarding the cut-off mark, as this will be instrumental in determining their eligibility for admission into the various courses offered by Federal University, Gashua.
Note: This information is pivotal for your academic aspirations. It is of the utmost importance that prospective candidates comply with the announced cut-off mark.