The general public is hereby informed that the ESUT cut-off mark for admission into the 2023/2024 academic session has been released by the management of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology.
The Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) was originally founded as ASUTECH on July 30, 1980. The University was conceived with the aim to establish an institution that must be closely related to society, and its industry and above all, serve as a catalyst in the technological advancement of the people, hence the University’s motto remains, “Technology for Service”.
|🏫 ESUT Admission||Cut-off mark details for the 2023/2024 academic session.|
|🎯 Cut-Off Criteria||UTME scores equal to or above ESUT’s cut-off are considered. Scores below won’t get admission.|
|📅 Foundation Date||Originally founded ASUTECH on 30th July 1980.|
|🎓 University’s Vision||To advance technology for societal benefit, with the motto “Technology for Service”.|
|📈 General Cut-Off||ESUT’s cut-off is set at 160 for most courses.|
|🚑 Medical Courses Cut-Off||200 for Medicine & Surgery, Medical Lab Science, Nursing Sciences, Pharmacy, and Law.|
ESUT: A Brief Historical Overview
Tracing its roots back to 30th July 1980, ESUT was originally known as ASUTECH. Since its inception, this renowned university has been fuelled by a vision: to not just be another academic institution but to play an integral role in society. They have aimed to work closely with industries and play a pivotal role in technological progression, benefiting the community at large. Thus, it’s no surprise that their motto proudly proclaims, “Technology for Service”.
Understanding the Cut-Off Mark
For those unfamiliar with the term, a cut-off mark is essentially the benchmark score in the UTME examination which determines a student’s eligibility for the subsequent admission screening process of the university. Achieving or surpassing this score doesn’t guarantee admission, but it ensures that a candidate is considered for the next steps of the admission procedure.
For the upcoming 2023/2024 academic session at ESUT:
- The general cut-off mark stands at 160.
- However, for courses like Medicine and Surgery, Medical Laboratory Science, Nursing Sciences, Pharmacy, and Law, the benchmark is set a bit higher at 200.
In simple terms, if you’re a hopeful student with a UTME score of 160 (or 200 for the specialized courses mentioned), you’re on the right track. You’ll be considered for the subsequent admission screening process. Conversely, if your UTME score doesn’t meet the required threshold, the chances of being offered admission may be slim.
In summary, securing admission into a university is a significant milestone in an academic journey, and being well-informed about requirements such as the cut-off mark can be instrumental in planning and preparation. ESUT, with its deep-seated commitment to technological advancement and societal service, remains a sought-after choice for many.
Prospective students are encouraged to continually check the official ESUT website for further updates and detailed information about the admission process. Remember, every great journey begins with a single step, and understanding the requirements is often that crucial first step. Best of luck to all the aspirants.
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