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UMaT Cut Off Points 2021/2022- All Courses

University of Mines and Technology Cut Off Points 2021/2022 Admissions for All Courses | University of Mines and Technology Cut-off Points required for Admission into the institution.

If you are looking for University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) Cut Off Points 2021/2022 academic session, you are in the right place to get an understanding of it. This page provides the University of Mines and Technology Cut Off Points 2021/2022.

This Page is updating the current University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) Cut Off Points 2021/2022 academic session. See UMaT Cut Off Points for all Courses and Programmes

University of Mines and Technology Cutoff points are used to determine who gets admitted into the University of Mines and Technology and which course the person is offered.

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The following are 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.

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University of Mines and Technology Cut Off Points 2021

Details of University of Mines and Technology Cutoff 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
BSc Mathematics 15
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Important: This page will be updated with the latest information as the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT Legon) publicize it official cut-off points.

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