JAMB And WAEC Subject Combinations For Banking and Finance 2017

  • JAMB UTME Subjects and Requirements
  • O’Level Subjects and Requirements
  • Direct Entry Requirements
  • and other information you require to
    successfully gain admission to study Banking and
    Finance (Admin).
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    In UTME, please note that English Language is
    Compulsory for this course. Therefore, the three
    (3) other JAMB UTME subject combination
    needed to study Banking and Finance (Admin)
    under the Faculty of Administration in the above
    Universities include;
    » Mathematics, Economics, plus one of
    Government and Geography.
    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (WAIVER) REMARKS :
    (1) UNIZIK does not accept Geography.
    (2) ESUT, UNN, OOU – Mathematics, Economics,
    plus any social science subject.
    (3) IGBINEDION accept Commerce in lieu of
    Economics. UNILAG accepts Economics,
    Mathematics and any Science, Social Science or
    Arts subject.
    (4) UNICAL does not accept Commerce and CRK
    as UTME subjects.
    (5) AUN requires Mathematics, plus any other
    subjects from the following; Economics,
    Geography, Government, History, Literature in
    English, Further Mathematics, Technical Drawing,
    Visual Arts, Computer Studies, Information
    Technology, Civics, Environmental Science,
    Biology, Physics, Chemistry and French.
    (6) EVANGEL requires Mathematics, Economics
    and any other subject.
    O’level Requirements
    The O’level subject combination and
    requirements needed to study Banking and
    Finance (Admin) ;
    You require;
    Five SSCE credits to include: English Language,
    Mathematics and any other relevant subjects.
    For NBC the other two relevant subjects could be
    from any of the following, Accounting, Principles
    of Accounts, Commerce, Office Practice and
    Economics.
    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (WAIVER) REMARKS :
    (1) ABU does not accept a combination of Local
    Languages and Religious Knowledge.
    (2) BIU, AAUA, UNIUYO, UNIZIK, ESUT, EKSU,
    IMSU, UNIPORT and UNILAG require credit in
    Economics and two other subjects.
    (3) IMSU and BIU accept credit/merit in English
    Language in TC II.
    (4) UNIPORT requires Economics and does not
    accept commercial subjects.
    (6) UNILAG requires five ‘O’ level credits to
    include English language, Mathematics,
    Economics and any other Science, Social Science
    or Arts subject.
    (7) AUN requires Five ‘O’ level credit passes
    including English Language, Mathematics, and
    any other three subjects from the following;
    Economics, Geography, Government, History,
    Literature in English, Further Mathematics,
    Technical Drawing, Visual Arts, Computer
    Studies, Information Technology, Civics,
    Environmental Science, Biology, Physics,
    Chemistry and French.
    (8) AUN does not accept credit passes in the
    following; Agriculture, Food and Nutrition, Home
    Economics, Home Craft, Home management,
    Physical Education, Physical and Health
    Education, Music, Commerce, Accounting,
    Financial Accounting, Book keeping, Islamic
    History, Religious Studies, Tajweed, Library
    Studies, Diction, Kiswahili, Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba,
    Arabic, Turkish, Study skills.
    (9) UNN requires five O’ level credits to include:
    English Language, Mathematics and any other
    relevant subjects. For NBC the other two
    relevant subjects could be from any of the
    following: Accounting, Principles of Accounts,
    Commerce, Office Practice and Economics.
    (10) EKSU requires credit pass in Economics
    plus other social Science subjects at the SSCE
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