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LAUTECH Cut Off Mark For All Courses 2023 {JAMB & Post UTME}

The different institution has a benchmark for all prospective candidate for students seeking admission into the university, and for all courses, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology is not excerpted from this procedure.

Hence, we shall be looking at LAUTECH cut off mark for all courses for JAMB and post UTME scores for the different departments. 


The admissions into the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology are highly competitive due to an unimaginable number of prospective students that wish to study and have chosen Lautech as their institution of choice during registration for the concluded JAMB examination.

Generally, there isn’t a set of benchmarked LAUTECH jamb cut-off mark for different courses in the institution, but the prospective candidates that have a higher mark in his/her Jamb score will have a chance of getting admission to the institution. The minimum JAMB score for all courses and departments is pegged at 200.

LAUTECH Cut Off Mark – 200

Nevertheless, various departments and courses have as statutory aggregate LAUTECH cut off Mark either in their result combinations and points or sitting for an aptitude test, list of different cut off scores for different departments and courses in Ladoke University of Technology are:

Cut Off Point {JAMB And Post UTME}

  • Statistics. 30%
  • Earth Sciences  41%
  • Science and Laboratory Technology.   30%
  • Pure and Applied Chemistry.   30%
  • Pure and Applied Physics.   35%
  • Accounting.   30%
  • Transport Management  30%
  • Pure and Applied Mathematics. 35%
  • Marketing. 30%
  • Civil Engineering. 55%
  • Food Science and Engineering. 45%
  • Computer Science and Technology. 55%
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering. 54%
  • Mechanical Engineering. 55%
  • Chemical Engineering. 50%
  • Nursing. 64%
  • Architecture. 55%
  • Physiology. 45%
  • Agricultural Engineering. 40%
  • Medical laboratory sciences. 60%
  • Urban and Regional planning. 33%
  • Architecture. 55%
  • Medicine. 69%
  • Biochemistry. 50%
  • Fine and Applied Arts. 30%
  • Anatomy. 45%
  • Crop Production and soil science. 30%
  • Agric Econs. 35%
  • Crop and Environmental protection. 30%
  • Agric Extension and Rural Development. 30%
  • Animal Nutrition and Biotechnology. 35%
  • Physiology. 45%


It is recommended that any prospective candidates that are eyeing to be admitted into Lautech should strive to have a JAMB score that is far above 180 because there is no way an institution will admit a candidate that has 180 in his/her Jamb score when there are thousands of candidates that scored 250.


The Central Admission Processing System(CAPS) was introduced by JAMB as a platform for its prospective candidates for the purpose of processing an admission among the tertiary institutions, so as to enable a level plane ground for all candidates based on their performances and removed nepotism and some corrupt practices in admission process by a different institution.

 Central  Admission Processing System is being set as a yardstick and statutory mark for all admission processes, some highly competitive tertiary institutions like OAU, UI, UNN, UNIZIK, UNILAG and other federal universities have made 200 as their general Jamb cut off marks.

Lautech Cut Off Mark For All Courses
Lautech Cut Off Mark For All Courses


LAUTECH, that is the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology is located in Ogbomoso, Oyo State as a tertiary institution. The institution has more than 3,000 workers which include contract staff and enrolls 25,000 students.

Historically, the then military Governor of Oyo State which is now separated into two states namely Oyo and Osun states, Adetunji Olurin in the year 1987 got a request for a State-owned university by the Governing Council of The Polytechnic in Ibadan. The creation of the University was recommended by a committee set up by the then military Governor of Oyo State in the year 1988. Nigeria’s Federal ministry government in the year 1990, 13th March welcomed the request of the state which made the Oyo State University of Technology on April 23, 1990, to be signed by colonel Oresanya after the edition was established.

      Professor Olusegun Ladimeji Oke was the pioneer vice-chancellor of the University. In January 1991, the University’s first Chancellor was late Bashorun M. K. O Abiola. A total of four hundred and thirty-six students were offered admission in four faculties namely, environmental sciences, Agricultural Sciences, Pure, and Applied Sciences, and the Engineering and management sciences were the pioneer academic session in the year 1990, 19th October. In the year 1990, a college of Health Sciences was formed. LAUTECH was named the best state-owned university in Nigeria during the 2003/2004 academic session. Today, the University, as well as the College of Health, gives admission to closely 20,000 candidates. Oyo State which is where the University has as its main campus serves as the university’s administration site. It also serves as a place for five faculties and a school of postgraduates. The five faculties are medicine, pure and applied science, environmental sciences, agricultural sciences, and then engineering and technology.

The place for the College of Health Sciences is located in Osogbo which serves as the University’s second campus. Medical laboratory sciences, medicine and surgery, and nursing departments use the Osogbo campus as their campus.



Questions and eyes have been raised to question and also to know the very reason why there is always a high level of applicants seeking admission in this noble institution despite unending and painstaking strikes that combat the school almost on yearly bases resulting in a poor academic calendar.

Actually, as a state university of technology, LAUTECH is well equipped with ultra-modern facilities that made learning easier and practical, school fee is affordable with the privilege to pay installments for students who cannot afford to pay once.

Also, a lot of privileges and opportunities are open for graduates of this university, and a lot we cannot list here.



It can be generalized that the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology is among the best universities in Nigeria, and because of that, they are trying to maintain their status quo which then implies that any prospective candidates that desired to be one of the students in that citadel of learning need to buckle up in his or her studies since the institution is highly competitive. Also to state further, admission has been based on merit and strict academic values, all department, and course jamb cut off have been listed above, work well on your JAMB, post UTME and you will earn yourself an admission in this citadel of learning.


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