UNIMAID 2020 POSTUTME screening forms is out

The University Of Maiduguri POSTUTME screening exercise forms is out for 2020/2021 admission

This is to inform all interested candidates who choose university of Maiduguri as their first choice of institution and also score minimum of 160 above in 2020 jamb should start obtaining their forms online as from 1st Of September.

Registration Deadline

The registration commence as from 1st September 2020 to 30th October 2020, all candidates must make sure they do the necessary registration before the portal will be close by 30th October 2020

JAMB CUTOFF MARK

The minimum jamb cutoff for University of Maiduguri is 160 and above.

POSTUTME screening Eligibility

This is the general eligibility for both UTME and direct entry candidates

  • Candidates must score minimum of 160 and above in 2020 UTME examination and must choose UNIMAID as the first choice of institution.
  • Candidates must score minimum of of five credit in the relevant subjects including English and mathematics in SSCE/NECO.
  • All direct entry candidates must possess minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE/IJMB or Second Class Lower Division.

Eligibility criteria for faculty

S/No.College/Faculty“O” Level RequirementsUTME Requirements“A” Level Requirements
1College of Medical SciencesFaculty of Basic Medical Sciencesa) MBBSMinimum of 5 credits in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 250 points in UTME and Minimum of 220 for Catchment States3 “A” level passes at minimum of B in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and 5 credits as in UTME First Class or Second Class Upper Degree only in relevant Science Based courses.
b) BDSSame as for the MBBSSame as for the MBBSSame as for the MBBS
c) Human AnatomySame as for the MBBSMinimum of 220 points in UTME and Minimum of 200 for Catchment States3 “A” level passes at minimum of C in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and 5 credits as in O’LEVEL
2Faculty of Allied Health Sciencea) PhysiotherapySame as for the MBBSSame as for the Human Anatomy ProgrammeSame as for the Human Anatomy Programme
b) RadiographySame as for the MBBSSame as for the Human Anatomy ProgrammeSame as for the Human Anatomy Programme
c) Nursing ScienceSame as for the MBBSSame as for the Human Anatomy Programme3 “A” level passes at minimum of C in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and 5 credits as in ‘O’ level. Registered Nurse plus ‘O’ level requirements. B.Sc. Human Anatomy, Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Biochemistry.
d) B. Medical Laboratory ScienceSame as for the MBBSSame as for the Human Anatomy Programme3 “A” level passes at minimum of C in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and 5 credits as in ‘O’ level. Medical Laboratory Council recognized Diploma. B.Sc. Human Anatomy, Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Biochemistry.
3Faculty of Agriculturea) B. AgricultureMinimum of 5 credits which must include Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, English Language and either Physics, Geography or Agricultural Science at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma in Agricultural Technology, Animal Health and Husbandry, Animal Production, Fisheries or Forestry, 9 points in NCE and IJMB
b) B. FisheriesSame as for the B. Agriculture Programme.Same as for the B. Agriculture Programme.Same as for the B. Agriculture Programme.
c) B. Forestry and WildlifeSame as for the B. Agriculture Programme.Same as for the B. Agriculture Programme.Same as for the B. Agriculture Programme.
4Faculty of Artsa) Arabic StudiesMinimum of 5 credits including Mathematics, English Language and I.R.K or Arabic and 2 other subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
b) Islamic StudiesMinimum of 5 credits including Mathematics, English Language and I.R.K or Arabic and 2 other subjects at not more than two sittingsMinimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
c) EnglishMinimum of 5 credits including Mathematics, English Language, and 3 other subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
d) HistoryMinimum of 5 credits which must include English Language, Mathematics, History, Government or Civic plus 2 other subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
e) Language & LinguisticsMinimum of 5 credits including Mathematics, English Language, French/Hausa/Arabic for those offering the subjects plus 2 other subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
5Faculty of Educationa) Continuing EducationMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics and at least 2 credits in relevant teaching subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
b) B.A. Education, B.Sc. Education, Business Education, Agric. Education, and Social Science EducationMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics and at least 2 credits in relevant teaching subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
c) Physical/Health EducationMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics, Biology and at least 2 credits in any subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
d) Library and Information ScienceMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics and at least 3 credits in any subjects at not more than two sittingsMinimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
6Faculty of Engineeringa) Agric. & Environmental Resources Eng’g.
b) Civil & Water Resources Eng’g.
c) Chemical Eng’g. 
d) Computer Eng’g. 
e) Electrical & Electronics Eng’g. 
f) Mechanical Eng’g.
g) Food Science & Tech
Minimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and one credit from any science subject at not more than two sittingsMinimum of 160 points in UTME for Agric Eng’g and Food Sci. & Tech. Miniumum of 170 points in UTME for Chemical and Mechanical Eng’g. Minimum of 180 in UTME points for Electrical Eng’g. Minimum of 190 points in UTME for Civil & Water Res. and Computer EnggMinimum of Credit in Engineering Related Diploma, 9 points in NCE Tech and IJMB.
7Faculty of Management Sciencesa) AccountingMinimum of 5 credits including English Language and Mathematics, and any of Economics, Financial Accounting or Commerce and any other two Social Science Subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of third class in First Degree, Lower/Merit Credit in HND and 10 points in NCE (Accounting option), 10 points in IJMB plus ‘O’ level requirements.
b) Business Administration 
c) Banking and Finance
d) Marketing
Minimum of 5 credits including English Language and Mathematics, and any of Economics, Financial Accounting or Commerce and any other two Social Science Subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma/HND, 10 points in IJMB/NCE plus ‘O’ level requirements.
e) Public AdministrationMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics, Government/History and any other 2 from Social Sciences Subject at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma/HND in the relevant fields, 9 points in IJMB/NCE plus ‘O’ level requirements.
8Faculty of Lawa) LLB 
b) LLB and Sharia
Minimum of 5 credits which must include English Language, Literature in English, Mathematics and any other 2 subjects from Govt, Econs, Geo or Arts Subjects at not more than two sittings. 

For LLB and Sharia, Arabic or Islamic Studies must be one of the two subjects.
Minimum of 250 points in UTME for LLB and 190 points in UTME for LLB & Sharia.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma (Law), 10 points from IJMB plus ‘O’ level requirements. 

Second Class Upper Degree in Arts and Social Science courses.
9Faculty of PharmacyB. PharmacyMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 210 points in UTME.Minimum of Upper Credit in Diploma in Pharmacy Technician and Other Pharmacy Related Courses and 10 points in IJMB. 

First Degree in Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology, Human Anatomy
10Faculty of Sciencea) Biological SciencesMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Either Phy/Geo/Agric Sc. at not more than 2 sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME for (Botany and Zoology) and 170 points in UTME for (Environmental Biology).Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma/HND, 9 points in NCE sand IJMB and GCE ‘A’ level.
b) ChemistryMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma/HND, 9 points in NCE and IJMB.
c) GeologyMinimum of 5 credits which includes English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Geography at not more than two sittingsMinimum of 170 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma/HND, 9 points in NCE and IJMB plus the credits mentioned in the ‘O’ level requirements.
d) Mathematical SciencesMinimum of 5 credits in science subjects including English Language, Mathematics or Further Mathematics, Physics. Other two subjects for Maths are Bio/Agric, and Chem/Geo. For Stat. Bio/Agric, and Chem/Econs. Computer can take the combination of either Maths or Stat at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME for Maths and Stat, 170 points in UTME for Computer Sci.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma/HND, 9 points in NCE and IJMB plus the credits mentioned in ‘O’ level requirements.
e) MicrobiologyMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology at not more than two sittingsMinimum of 170 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, SLTTP in Microbiology or any related discipline plus the credits mentioned in ‘O’ level requirements.
f) PhysicsMinimum of 5 relevant credits which must include English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology/Agric. Science at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points in NCE and IJMB plus the credits mentioned in the ‘O’ level requirements.
g) BiochemistryMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 170 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma, 9 points IJMB (Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry or Physics).
11Faculty of Social Sciencesa) GeographyMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics and Geography and any other two Subjects from Arts, Sciences or Social Sciences Subjects at not more than two sittingsMinimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma (Geography, Surveying, Estate Management, Town Planning, Architecture etc), 9 points in IJMB and NCE plus the credits mentioned in the ‘O’ level requirements.
b) Sociology and AnthropologyMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics and 3 other subjects from Econs, History, Govt, IRK/CRK, Geography, Civic Educ. at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma and 9 points in NCE and IJMB
c) EconomicsMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Maths, Economics and 2 other Social Science subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma/HND, 9 points in IJMB/NCE plus ‘O’ level requirements.
d) Mass CommunicationMinimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics plus three (3) credits in any of the following: Economics, Geography , I. R. K/C. R. K, any Major Nigerian language, History/Government, English Literature at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 190 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma in Mass Communication, Journalism , 9 points in IJMB plus ‘‘O’ level requirements.
e) Political ScienceMinimum of 5 credits which must include English Language, Mathematics, Government/History and any other 2 from Civic Educ., Econs, Geography or any of the Arts Subjects at not more than two sittings.Minimum of 160 points in UTME.Minimum of Lower Credit/Merit in Diploma/HND in the relevant fields, 9 points in IJMB and NCE plus ‘O’ level requirements.
12Faculty of Veterinary MedicineMinimum of 5 credits in relevant subjects (English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics or Agric. Science) at no more than 2 sittings.Minimum of 200 points in UTME.Minimum of Credit in Animal Health and Production Diploma, 10 points in IJMB plus the credits mentioned in the ‘‘O’ level requirements.

How you to apply for the screening

All candidates who meet the requirements should proceed to the institution portal https://portal.unimaid.edu.ng/putme/ to register. Candidates are expected to pay registration fees of #2000(Two thousand Naira only) excluding all others charges.

NOTE:

  • Candidates must register using their Jamb registration number as their pin for username a d password to login.
  • After login candidates must provide valid email account for verification and click subm.
  • After submission confirmation key will be sent directly to your email address you provided click on the link.
  • After clicking on the link you will redirected back to login page, login again using your JAMB number as password and username.
  • You will be required to change your password, after changing your password finish, proceed to payment option
  • Candidates can either use remita or card for payment.
  • For remita payment option, candidates should click on remita payment, fill in required details and print the RRR forms take it to the bank and make payment.
  • Using Debit/credit card, candidates should enter all card details and click pay.

After payment proceed back to the login page and login using your password and jamb registration number as user name then start updating your profiles.

NOTE:

  • After login, you will be redirected to course selection page, and you required to provide these following :

UTME first choice (NOTE: you can only select a course with requirements below or equal to your JAMB score and not above.)

UTME second choice.

  • After this you will be redirected to page where you can update your bio details.
  • Ensure to fill all the required fields, your UTME registration passport photograph will be there, save and click next.
  • Provide your olevel results maximum of two sittings and it must be the same you submitted during jamb registration or the one you upload to jamb portal.
  • If you are using awaiting results make sure you click on using awaiting results.
  • Direct entry candidates should provide previous institutions attended with qualifications obtained.
  • DE students should ensure to provide the grades obtained from any post-secondary school attended.
  • After that you will be required to upload all necessary documents, like passport signature and olevels copies, make sure everything is legit.
  • upon successful completion kindly click submit and print your details out.

For DE candidates that are within Maiduguri, kindly drop a copy of the completd form, DE form and your certificates at the admissions office, Unimaid. 

About UNIMAID

The University of Maiduguri was created in 1975 as one of the second-generation Universities, which formed part of the programmes of the Third National Development plan (1975-80) by the then Federal Military Government. At inception, the university did not have physical structures of its own, but in April 1976 it inherited the premises owned by the former North East College of Arts and Science (NECAS). The structures bequeathed to the University by NECAS were adequate in terms of office blocks, classrooms, staff quarters, laboratories and other physical structures requirement by a university of its size. The personnel of NECAS were equally absorbed into the University employment and this made it possible for the institution to commence its academic programmes in October 1976.

In its first academic year, the university enrolled 743 students spread across three faculties, namely Arts and Education, Science, and Social Science & Law. By 1978 the number of faculties expanded to six with the creation of the Faculty of Agriculture and the separation of the Faculty from Arts as well as the separation of the Faculty of Law from Social Sciences. Similarly, a two-year School of Basic Studies programme was introduced in 1976 to mop-up the students of NECAS and in 1980 it was transformed into a single year remedial programme for both Arts and Sciences.

Owing to its unique location in the north-eastern part of Nigeria that borders Niger, Chad and Cameroon republics and its cosmopolitan nature, the University has attracted students from within and outside Nigeria. Thus, teaching and non-teaching staff have been employed by the university from Europe, Asia, the Caribbean Islands and African countries. The University has experienced tremendous growth in its student population and personnel in academic, administrative and technical departments. Specifically, by 2000 A.D the student enrolment had reached 26, 000 and the number of faculties had expanded to eight (8) including a College of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. There were also 77 academic departments spread across these faculties. As at the end of 2016 the University had one college of Medical Sciences, a School of Postgraduate Studies and 12 Faculties. The faculties include, Agriculture, Arts, Dentistry, Education, Engineering, Law, Management Sciences, Pharmacy, Science, Social Sciences, and Veterinary Medicine.

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