Nursing is one of the most competitive courses in the University of Abuja. In this article, we will answer the question does Uniabuja offer nursing, the cut-off mark, the school fees and how many years is it?

Does Uniabuja Offer Nursing

Yes, the University of Abuja offers Nursing, one of the most competitive courses like law. It is currently offered in the College of Health at the University of Abuja.

Cut Off Mark For Nursing in Uniabuja

The cut-off mark for nursing in Abuja is 240, which is the addition of Utme and Putme divided by 2.

How Many Years is Nursing in Uniabuja

The duration of years for studying Nursing is 5 years and it is divided into ten semesters.

School Fees for Nursing in Uniabuja

The school fee is N150,000 per session.

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Requirements for UTME Candidates

To gain admission into UniAbuja as a UTME candidate, you need to meet the following general requirements:

  • You must be at least 16 years old by the time of admission
  • You must have at least five credit passes in your O’level result (WAEC, NECO, or GCE) in relevant subjects, including English Language and Mathematics
  • You must have a valid UTME result with a minimum score of 180
  • You must have chosen UniAbuja as your first or second choice of institution in your UTME registration
  • You must have registered and participated in the post-UTME screening examination conducted by UniAbuja

In addition to the general requirements, you also need to meet the following specific requirements for Nursing students:

  • You must have credit passes in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in your O’level result
  • You must have chosen Biology, Chemistry, and Physics as your UTME subject combination

To prepare for the UTME and the post UTME screening examination, you should do the following:

  • Study the UTME syllabus and past questions for your chosen subjects
  • Practice with online mock tests and CBT software
  • Revise your O’level topics and concepts in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
  • Attend tutorial classes and join study groups if possible
  • Be punctual and confident on the day of the examination

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