FUGASHUA Department of Sociology Admission Requirement

This article is designed to help students who wish to study Sociology under the Faculty of Social & Management Science at the Federal University Gashua (FUGASHUA).

FUGASHUA cut-off mark

It is very important for all candidates who wish to apply for any of the courses offered at FUGASHUA to carefully confirm and see if the course they selected is offered in the institution before registering for JAMB.


The Federal University Gashua (FUGASHUA) is located in Yobe State, Nigeria.

It was established in 2013 as part of a motivated effort on the part of the Federal government to satisfy to create more universities to meet the educational needs of the nation.

Admission Requirements for Sociology 

WAEC/NECO Subject Combination

The WAEC/NECO subject combination and requirements needed to study Sociology is Five (5) SSCE credits in Government or History, English Language, and three (3) other subjects. A pass in Mathematics is required.

JAMB Subject Combination

In UTME, please note that the English Language is Compulsory for this course.

Therefore, the three (3) other JAMB UTME subject combinations needed to study Sociology at FUGASHUA include Three (3) Social Science or Arts subjects.

Direct Entry Requirement

These are the conditions you need to fulfil to gain Direct Entry admission to study Sociology if you do not intend to use UTME.

You require two (2) ‘A’ Level/NCE passes in Government or History

JAMB Score

All candidates interested in getting admitted into FUGASHUA for the 2024/2025 session should know that to be eligible for the screening, you must have scored a minimum of 180 and above in your JAMB result.


The university has a very competitive admissions process and does not consider a student’s age, cultural background, or religion when deciding whether to admit them. Thus, a diverse student body is made possible.

We hope that this article is helpful to all aspirants and students of FUGASHUA. We will update this post if there are any changes by the school authority.

We wish you the best of luck.

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