This is JAMB brochure for Electronics Engineering under the of Faculty of Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Technology. This brochure will guide you on institutions offering Electronics Engineering course in Nigeria, UTME subject combination for the course, O’level requirements for UTME candidates, A’level, ND, HND, NCE, requirements for Direct Entry candidates, and other necessary information.
Universities Offering Electronics Engineering Course In Nigeria
Here list of universities offering Electronics Engineering in Nigeria
- University of Nigeria
O’Level Subject Subject Combination For Electronics Engineering Course
To study Electronics Engineering in any university in Nigeria, it is required to have Five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any from Intro. to Agric Sc. or Materials and Workshop Process and Machining, Tractor Layout Power Unit Under Carriage and Auto Electricity;Transmission System;Implement and Machine;Principles of Crop Husbandry and Land Use,Materials and Workshop Processes; Construction and Maintenance of Agricultural Machines; general Metal Work; General Wood Work and Building/Engineering Drawing.
UTME Subjects Combination For Electronics Engineering Course
English Language is compulsory for all courses. The other three subjects required for Agricultural under the Faculty of Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Technology in the institutions are: Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Direct Entry Requirements for Electronics Engineering
Two ‘A’ level passes in Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry
SPECIAL CONSIDERATION (WAIVER) REMARKS
Waiver For UTME Candidates
(i) UNN requires five O’ level credit passes to include, Physics, Chemistry Mathematics, in not more than two sittings.
Waiver For Direct Entry Candidates
(i) UNN require A/L passes in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics plus UTME requirement.
(ii) UNN accepts:
(a) HND/ND/NCE in relevant fields
(b) Complete pass in Intermediate ICAN examination or
(c) Pass in final exams of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries.
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