First of all, to be qualified to study Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy, you must be an art or commercial student. In this article, we will be providing you with some of the important requirements necessary to successfully apply for admission without mistakes.

On this page, you will find the WAEC and JAMB subject combination for this course as well as other relevant information such as Direct Entry requirements, list of Universities in Nigeria offering this course and more.

WAEC Subject Combination for Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy

There are five (5) O’level subjects that are essential if you want to study Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy. You are required to get a credit pass in all five of the required subjects in your SSCE. The O’level subjects combination for Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy is not limited to only WAEC. It includes both NECO and GCE and the required O’level Subject Combination for Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy includes;

1). History/Government.

2). Use of English Language.

3). Mathematics (at least a pass).

4). And three (3) other subjects.

JAMB Subjects for Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy

There are three (3) compulsory subjects that you will meet in the JAMB UTME examination. You are required to score not less than 180 (JAMB cut-off mark for this course) if you want to study this course in the university.

Though the JAMB Cut-off mark for this course is 180, we urge you to aim for 200 and above to stand a better position of being admitted into any Nigerian university on merit provided you satisfy other requirements. Below is the JAMB Subject combination for Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy:

1). History or Government in addition to two (2) other Arts/Social Science subjects.

Universities in Nigeria to Study Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy

  • BABCOCK (Babcock University)

Direct Entry Requirements to Study Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy

If you don’t intend to apply for admission to study Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy through UTME, then you need to meet the Direct Entry Requirements to Study Political Science / International Law And Diplomacy below:

  • Two (2) ‘A-Level’ passes including History or Government.

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