University of Uyo

University of Jos was founded in 1991 as a federal government owned and funded university. The university is located in Jos and is committed to raising quality graduates to solve problems in different industries in the country. The university has a large student and staff population that is very diverse. Religious and cultural background as well as age brackets aren't used criteria for admitting students into this university. Admission is very competitive. University of Uyo offers a number of degree courses in various fields of study like engineering, medicine, law, science etc. The university provides its´┐Ż students with accommodation and other facilities. University of Jos has a cheap tuition and is affordable to the average Nigerian (about N100,000).

JAMB/UTME Cut off Mark: 180




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