To study Metallurgical and Material Engineering in any accredited university or polytechnic in Nigeria, here is the Jamb and Waec subject combination and requirements you need to look out for.
Note that English Language is Compulsory for all courses in UTME.

Schools with Options
FUTO offers this course with options in
(a) Material Engineering Technology
(b) Metallurgical Engineering
(c) Ceramic Engineering Technology

The UTME Subjects includes;
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

O’Level Requirements
Five (5) WASSC credit passes to include Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English Language and one other Science subject.

(i) ESUTECH requires ‘O’ level credit pass in English Language.
(ii) FED-OYE EKITI – Same as in Mechanical Engineering
(iii) FUTO – Same as in Agricultural Engineering
(iv) UNILAG – five (5) ‘O’ level credit passes to include Physics, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry and English Language.

Direct Entry Requirements
You require;
‘A’ level passes in any two (2) of Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry

(i) ESUTECH accepts NCE/ND/HND/ first degree in the relevant subjects.
(ii) FED-OYE EKITI – Same as in Mechanical Engineering .
(iii) FUTA accepts ND upper credit or its equivalent, in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering or related programmes from recognized institutions; or good passes at ‘A’ level or its equivalent in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.
(iv) FUTO – Same as in Chemical Engineering .
(v) UNIILORIN – Same as in Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering .
Relevant Programmes include Chemical Engineering Technology, Foundry Engineering Technology, Glass/Ceramics Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Metallurgy, Mineral Processing Engineering Technology, Mineral Resources Engineering Technology, Biomedical Engineering Technology, Polymer Technology, Welding and Fabrication Technology, Wood and Paper Technology.
(vii) UNILAG – Same as in Chemical Engineering . Accepts HND upper credit and ND distinction in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering.
(vii) OAU accepts ND/HND upper credit in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering into part II and III appropriately.
(viii) OAU requires ‘A’ level passes in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or ND/HND upper credit plus UTME requirements.

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