If you are a prospectus student of the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) and you look for UMaT cut-off points 2021/2022, this page will show you the break down of UMaT cut off points
The management of the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) has released the departmental cut-off marks for the 2021/2022 academic session admission exercise.
The following is the University of Mines and Technology cut-off points to consider before applying for Admission to any academic programme available at UMaT for the 2021/2022 Academic Year.
UMaT Cut Off Points 2021/2022
Details of UMaT Cut off points 2021:
|BSc Chemical Engineering||08|
|BSc Mechanical Engineering||09|
|BSc Civil Engineering||08|
|BSc Computer Engineering||08|
|BSc Geological Engineering||09|
|BSc Electrical/Electronic Engineering||07|
|BSc Materials Engineering||11|
|BSc Petroleum Engineering||06|
|BSc Petrochemical Engineering||08|
|BSc Telecommunication Engineering||08|
|BSc Agricultural Engineering||13|
|BSc Geomatic (Geodetic) Engineering||10|
|Bsc Metallurgical Engineering||13|
Grade Aggregate System for WASSCE and SSSCE Holders
UMaT uses the new grading system of WASSCE for the selection of candidates and in the system, grades aggregate of 36 is the minimum entry requirement of UMaT. The following table shows this new grading system and the SSSCE equivalent grades.
Applicants with WASSC/SSSC
|WASSCE||SSSCE||GRADE||INTERPRETATION OF GRADES|
The minimum entry requirement is aggregate 36 for applicants with WASSCE and 24 for applicants with SSSCE.
Applicants with Ordinary and Advanced Level Certificates
Applicant must have GCE Ordinary Level Certificate or its equivalent with credits in five subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, and GCE Advanced Level Certificate with passes in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
The cut-off-points stated above were for admissions only and are solely for the guidance of applicants in the choice of their programmes.