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WAEC And NECO Requirements for Technical Education

What are the subjects required in WAEC and NECO to study Technical Education?  if you are interested in NECO and WAEC (O level) subjects required for Technical Education then am happy to inform you that this post contains all the WAEC as well as NECO subject requirements to study Technical Education under the faculty of Education in the university.

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This is to inform all aspirants who wish to apply for admission in Nigeria into any of federal, state or private owned universities to study Technical Education under the faculty of Education that the NECO and WAEC requirements which includes the compulsory subjects needed for Technical Education has been published here in this post.

If you are interested in JAMB subject combination for Technical Education also, you can start by checking out JAMB subject combination for Technical Education here or use the general approach by checking JAMB subject combination for all courses here.

Other Useful Resources

You can also check out other JAMB and WAEC resources below:

WAEC And NECO Subject Requirements for Technical Education

The subjects required to study Technical Education in both WAEC and NECO are as follows:

Five SSCE credits in relevant subjects which must include English Language and Mathematics or NTC/NBC.

Special Requirements (Waiver) Remarks

(i) ESUTECH and MAUTECH accept TC II.

(ii) RSUST requires a credit pass in Physics.

(iii) ESUTECH requires candidate to have credit in the subject area of his option. Also candidate’s UTME subjects must include subject area of his option.

(iv) UNIZIK accepts a pass in ‘O’ level English Language.

(v) IAUED requires credit passes in Technical Drawing and Physics. Accepts WAEC Technical, City and Guilds and Federal Craft Training Certificate.

(vi) RSUST accepts NCE General English and Basic Mathematics in lieu of O’ level credits in English Language and Mathematics.

(vii) UNIBENN requires Mathematics and other subjects chosen from Physics, Chemistry, Applied Electricity, Technical Drawing, Woodwork and Basic Electronics.

(viii) UNIUYO requires credit pass in English Language and Chemistry.

(ix) DELSU requires five O’ Level credit passes including English Language, Physics and a pass Mathematics. C and G with relevant O/L qualification may be an advantage.

(x) TASUED requires Five ‘O’ level credits at one sitting or six ‘O’ level credits at two sit-tings in relevant subjects which must include English Language, Mathematics and any two subjects from physics, chemistry, Technical Drawing, Applied Electricity, Woodwork, Basic Electronics, metal work and auto mechanics or NTC/NBC subjects

(xi) UDUSOK requires Five ‘O’ level credit passes in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any two Science subjects.

(xii) UNILAG also requires credit passes in Physics/Technical Drawing and any other science/technical subjects.

The O level (WAEC and NECO)  requirements posted above may only apply to Technical Education under the faculty of Education. If the Technical Education you intend in studying is in another faculty, the subject requirements may be different from the one on this page. You can check JAMB brochure for all faculties here.

List of Schools That Offer Technical Education

This section contains the list of universities that offer Technical Education in Nigeria. These are basically schools that accepts the WAEC and NECO requirements for Technical Education posted above.

The following are the list of schools that offer Technical Education:

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