BIU Post-UTME Form: Cut off Marks, Requirements

BIU Post-UTME Form 2021: Cut off Marks, Requirements. This is to bring to notify interested applicants and the general public that Benson Idahosa University has begun the sale of Post-UTME Form for admission into various courses for 2021/2022 academic session. Interested applicants should see the cut-off marks, admission requirements, and how to apply below.

The management of Benson Idahosa University (BIU) has released the 2021/2022 Post-UTME form . The process starts with the prospective student completing the admissions form online at or obtaining our University’s admission form from any of our contact points in Port-Harcourt, Abuja, Lagos, Warri and the Admissions Office of the University campus on Ugbor Road, GRA, Benin City.

BIU Post-UTME Form: Cut off Marks, Requirements


General Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Programme

The minimum entry requirement into any of the undergraduate programmes is five(5) O’level credit passes including Mathematics and English in relevant subjects as indicated in the current UTME brochure, obtained at not more than two sittings, in any of the following examinations WASSCE, NECO or their equivalent.

It is mandatory that prospective students should have registered for, and passed the current UTME. Direct entry process for intending students with Diploma or NCE are also available.

NOTE: Candidates who did not choose Benson Idahosa University in their UTME may apply. The university provides a regularization process, to change the University of 1st Choice to Benson Idahosa University, at no cost to the applicant.


The mode of entry into the Degree program is either by JAMB-UME or Direct Entry.

Entry by JAMB-UME

This mode of entry requires the following minimum qualifications:

Five credits in General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level or the Senior Secondary School (SSS) Certificate or Cambridge School Certificate, which should include; English Language, Mathematics, Government or History, obtained in not more than two sittings.

Five credits in National Examinations Council (NECO) which should include; English Language, Mathematics, Government or History, obtained in not more than two sittings; or

Any other equivalent qualification subject to the ratification by the University Senate and the University Matriculation Board.

In all these, the subjects required for the Joint Matriculation Examinations Board (JAMB) are English Language, Mathematics, Government or History plus any other relevant subject.


Interested applicants are to visit: Create an account and proceed to complete their applications.


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