If you are an aspirant of the prestigious Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), this is to inform you that the polytechnic has release her 2020/2021 departmental cutoff marks for all courses. Candidates who applied for admission into the institution this year are advised to kindly scroll below this page to view the just released IMT departmental cutoff marks.
It is important to also note that this news is coming for the registrar of the Institute of Management and Technology through the official website of the Institute.
Meanwhile, If you are still finding it difficult to understand the difference between IMT cutoff mark and JAMB cutoff mark, i enjoin you to watch the video below for a better explanation.
Is IMT cutoff mark for 2020 out?
Yes! The Institute of Management and Technology (IMT has officially release her 2020/2021 cutoff marks for admitting students into her various faculties and departments. Reaching this cutoff mark is one of the requirements of gaining admission into IMT. Candidates who gets anything below the required cutoff mark for admission into IMT may not be offered admission into the polytechnic this year.
IMT Departmental Cutoff marks (2020/2021)
Below are the cutoff marks for all courses in the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT):
|COURSES||MINIMUM JAMB CUT OFF MARK|
|SCHOOL OF FINANCIAL STUDIES|
|Accountancy||150 and above|
|Banking and Finance||150 and above|
|Insurance||150 and above|
|SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES|
|Business Admin and Management||150 and above|
|Co-operative Economics and Management||150 and above|
|Marketing||150 and above|
|Office Technology and Management||150 and above|
|Purchasing and Supply||150 and above|
|Public Administration||150 and above|
|SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING|
|Agric Engineering||150 and above|
|Soil & Water Engineering||150 and above|
|Chemical Engineering||150 and above|
|Civil Engineering||150 and above|
|Structures||150 and above|
|Transportation||150 and above|
|Electrical/Electronics Engineering||150 and above|
|Electronics and Telecom||150 and above|
|Power and Machine||150 and above|
|Mechanical Engineering||150 and above|
|Automotive||150 and above|
|Production||150 and above|
|SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY|
|Computer Science||150 and above|
|Statistics||150 and above|
|Food Technology||150 and above|
|Printing Technology||150 and above|
|Chemistry||150 and above|
|Microbiology||150 and above|
|Physics with Electronics||150 and above|
|Biochemistry||150 and above|
|Environmental Biology||150 and above|
|SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION ARTS|
|Fine and Applied Arts||150 and above|
|Ceramics||150 and above|
|Graphics||150 and above|
|Painting||150 and above|
|Sculpture||150 and above|
|Textiles||150 and above|
|Mass Communication||150 and above|
|SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES|
|Quantity Surveying||150 and above|
|Estate Management||150 and above|
JAMB General Cutoff mark for IMT
According to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) the general cutoff mark for students seeking to gain admission into IMT is 150. This means that candidates who had anything below 150 in the just concluded JAMB 2020 examination may not be offered admission into IMT this session.
Nonetheless, the cutoff mark is subject to changes by the Institute of Management and Technology. In other words, the institution can decide to either increase or reduce this cutoff mark afterwards.
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This is all I have to say for now concerning IMT departmental cutoff marks. If you wish to know more about the just released IMT cutoff marks for admission, i enjoin you to check this page afterwards. Trust me, this page is usually is update with information concerning IMT cutoff mark.
Lastly, if you have any question to ask about IMT admission for 2020/2021 academic session, do not hesitate to let me know using the comment session.
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