Air Force Institute of Technology, AFIT Cut-off Mark for the 2022/2023 academic session is out. The management of AFIT has also started selling Post-UTME forms for admission for the next session. The notice on the minimum JMAB score was stated in the advert.
All candidates who chose the Air Force Institute of Technology in the JAMB UTME should take note of this new development. The AFIT cut off point is the minimum JAMB score a candidate must have to be eligible for admission into courses on offer at the school.
What Is AFIT Official Cut-Off Mark
The official cut-off marks the Air Force Institute of Technology is using for the 2022/2023 admission exercise are 160 and 180. Why do they have two marks for admission? Read that in the next paragraph.
As you may already know, AFIT has both degree and National Diploma (ND) programmes. As a result of that, they need different cut-off marks for the degree programmes to align with JAMB cut-off marks for university. Similarly, they need to have one that aligns with the polytechnic benchmark.
AFIT Degree Cut-off Mark:
Only candidates with a minimum UTME score of 180 can apply for Degree admission Post-UTME.
National Diploma Programmes:
Only candidates with a minimum UTME score of 160 can apply for the National Diploma (ND) screening.
Background on AFIT
The Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) is a tertiary institution that uses specialized equipment and a multidisciplinary approach to teach students knowledge and skills. It also serves as a center of excellence for serious, cutting-edge research and development in the aerospace, aeronautical, aviation, and related industries/disciplines.
The general public is welcome to apply for admission to the NUC-accredited First Degree and NBTE-accredited National Diploma (ND) programs offered by the Institute. Applications for admission to the following programs for the academic year 2022–2023 are now being accepted from qualified applicants.