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Are you interested in JAMB Brochure for Chemical Engineering under the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Technology? If that is the case, I am very happy to inform you that all the details concerning JAMB brochure for Chemical Engineering has been provided in this post.

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This is a notice to all JAMB candidates and those who are interested in studying Chemical Engineering under the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Technology in the University that JAMB Brochure specially made for Chemical Engineering which contains all the requirements necessary to study the above course in the institutions also mentioned below in this post is now available.

In the following JAMB Brochure for Chemical Engineering under the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Technology, we will be providing the following:

Without further ado, let us get started.

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JAMB Subject Combination For Chemical Engineering

In UTME, note that English Language is mandatory for all courses. The other three subjects required to study Chemical Engineering under the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Technology in the institutions listed above are:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Special Requirements (Waiver) Remarks

(i) NTNU accepts any three Science subjects.

O Level (WAEC and NECO) Requirements For Chemical Engineering

In order to study Chemical Engineering in the University, you will need to pass the following requirements in your O level result which can either be WAEC or NECO or even both:
Five SSCE credit passes to include Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English Language and any other Science subject.

Special Requirements (Waiver) Remarks

(i) ESUTECH accepts a pass in English Language.

(ii) FUTO accepts any other Science subjects as the fifth subject and not more than two sittings.

(iii) OSUSTECH and UNILAGOS require a credit pass in Further Mathematics as the fifth subject.

(vi) ILORIN accepts Agricultural Science in lieu of Biology

Direct Entry Requirements For Chemical Engineering

To apply for Chemical Engineering as a Direct Entry candidate, you require: ‘A’ level passes in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

Special Requirements (Waiver) Remarks

(i) UNIBEN accept HND (lower credit) and ND (upper credit) plus UTME requirements.

(ii) OAU accepts ND Chemical Engineering (Upper credit) only.

(iii) CARITAS and PHC – No Direct Entry.

(iv) ESUTECH and UNIBEN require ‘A’ level passes in any two of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. ESUTECH also accepts NCE/ND/HND/1st Degree with good grades and UTME requirements into 200 or 300 level respectively.

(v) FUTMINNA accepts ND/HND (not below lower credit) in addition to UTME requirement.

(vi) MAUTECH accepts ND (Upper credit) level in Chemical Engineering

(vii) LAUTECH accepts HND (lower credit) or ND (upper credit) passes into 200 level.

(viii) UNIBEN – in addition to UTME requirements requires:
(a) First Degree Second Class Lower in the Sciences or Agric; Degree in Medicine, Dentistry or Pharmacy and PTI HND (Lower Credit) / ND (Upper Credit).
(b) HND (Upper credit) in Engineering/Technology and PTI (HND (Upper credit) into 300 levels.
(c) ND / HND holders should have ‘A’ grade in Mathematics.

(ix) BAUCHI accepts ND/HND in Chemical Engineering.

(x) UNILAG accepts HND/ND (Distinction) plus UTME requirements.

(xi) IGBINEDION accepts ND in Engineering in related fields.

(xii) UNIMAID accepts National Diploma (Credit) and IJMB (9 points) in related field.

(xiii) UNIUYO accepts ND/HND in relevant fields plus UTME requirements.

(xiv) UNIILORIN requires one year post ND/HND experience

(xv) MAUTECH accepts:
(a) GCE `A’ Level and IJMB credit passes in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
(b) Upper credit in ND Chemical Eng.

(xvi) LAUTECH accepts:
(a) (i) GCE ‘A’ Level Passes in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry or
(b) ND with Upper Credit/HND in related discipline (plus UTME requirements) may be considered for admission into 200 level.

(xvii) ABU accepts:
(a) ‘A’ level/IJMB passes in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
(b) ND in Chemical Engineering with a minimum Upper Credit from Accredited Institution
(c) HND in Chemical Engineering with a minimum of Lower Credit from an Accredited Institutions.

(xviii) UNIUYO accepts ND/HND in relevant fields plus UTME requirements.

(xix) ABUAD accepts HND (Lower Credit) and ND (upper Credit) ij addition to UTME requirements into 200 level.

(xx) OSUSTECH accepts first degree from a recognized University in the relevant subjects not below Second Class Lower.

(xxi) FUTO requires at least three ‘A’ level passes not below Grade C in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. It also accepts ND/HND at Upper Credit level in Engineering in addition to ‘O’ Level requirements. It does not accept First Degree or NCE.

(xxii) NTNU accepts any two A’ level passes in Science subjects, ND/HND (lower credit) or NCE (merit) in relevant fields.

(xxiii) UNILAG accepts;
(a) Very good passes in three (3) JUPEB/A-LEVEL subjects: Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry.
(b) HND/ND (Distinction) or A/Level Cambridge.
(c) Candidate must satisfy the O/Level requirement

(xxiv) UNIABUJA accepts HND (lower credit) or ND (Upper Credit) in Chemical Engineering plus UTME requirements into 200 level.

List of Universities That offer Chemical Engineering

The following are the list of schools that offer Chemical Engineering:

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