Federal Poly Offa Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024 Admission

Could your academic aspirations find a home at Federal Polytechnic, Offa? As one of the distinguished polytechnics founded in 1992, Offa Poly has unveiled its cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session, paving the way for students to understand their eligibility for various National Diploma programmes. Scroll down to read in details.

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Federal Polytechnic, Offa has publicised the cut-off mark for the forthcoming 2023/2024 academic session’s admission procedure. Founded in 1992 following a presidential declaration at the Palace of the late Oba Mustapha Olawoore Olanipekun Ariwajoye II, the institution has since gained repute for its academic rigour and excellence. The cut-off mark serves as an eligibility criterion for participation in the subsequent Post UTME screening exercise, further filtering the pool of candidates for admission.

🏫 Institution Federal Polytechnic, Offa
📆 Year 2023/2024 academic session
📏 Cut-Off 120 in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)
🎓 Programmes Various National Diploma (ND) courses listed
📜 History Established in 1992
🚫 Ineligibility Score below 120 in UTME
🆗 Eligibility Score of 120 or above in UTME
📢 Announcement Intended for prospective students and the public

Historical Context of Federal Polytechnic, Offa

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The inception of Federal Polytechnic, Offa, can be traced back to a presidential announcement made by then-Military President Ibrahim Babangida, during his state visit to the palace of His Royal Highness, the late Olofa of Offa, in 1991.

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Official Cut-Off Mark for Admission into ND Courses

Minimum Required UTME Score

To be deemed eligible for the Post UTME screening exercise, prospective candidates must have achieved a minimum score of 120 in the most recent Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

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ND Courses and Their Corresponding Cut-Off Marks

The uniform cut-off mark of 120 applies to all National Diploma (ND) programmes offered by Federal Polytechnic, Offa. Below is a comprehensive list of ND courses for which candidates who have achieved a score of at least 120 are eligible to apply:

  1. Accountancy
  2. Architectural Technology
  3. Banking and Finance
  4. Building Technology
  5. Business Administration & Management
  6. Civil Engineering Technology
  7. Computer Engineering
  8. Computer Science
  9. Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
  10. Estate Management and Valuation
  11. Food Technology
  12. Insurance
  13. Library and Information Science
  14. Mass Communication
  15. Mechanical Engineering Technology
  16. Office Technology and Management
  17. Quantity Surveying
  18. Science Laboratory Technology
  19. Statistics
  20. Surveying and Geo-Informatics
  21. Urban and Regional Planning

For further information regarding the Post UTME screening exercise, candidates are advised to visit the official portal: Federal Poly Offa Admission Screening Form.


In conclusion, the cut-off mark is not merely a number but a threshold that evaluates the preparedness of students for the academic rigour that Federal Polytechnic, Offa offers. If you’ve scored 120 or above in the UTME, you have crossed the first hurdle toward securing admission into this esteemed institution. Make sure to follow the required steps meticulously to continue on your academic journey.

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55 Comments

  1. I score 177 in jamb 2018 and i want to study banking nd finance what are my chances and what is the cutoff mark for offa poly

    • I score 179 in my jamb nd I wanted to read computer engineering at offap but I have D7 in biology (0 level) result please hope it has No effect…???

  2. I score 163 and moreover I choose polytechnic Ibadan and I don’t know they did not have food technology in the institution Pls how can I cross to your school

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