Federal College Of Education Obudu Reduce Cut-Off Point For Admission Into Degree Program

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By Jonathan Ugbal

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The Federal College of Education Obudu has announced a revised cut-off point for the admission of interested candidates into her degree programs affiliated with the University of Calabar.

In a statement issued by the Registrar and Secretary to the College Council, Mrs. Grace Undie said the cut-off point “has been reduced from 160 to 130 in line with the parent institution.”

The statement advised candidates who had not originally chosen the college’s degree program as their first choice institution to apply for a change of institution to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board in order to take advantage of the decision.

“Interested candidates should then proceed immediately to the College cybercafe and the Degree Program Unit of the College to process their admission,” the College said.


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