We have made available the proper WAEC and JAMB subject combination required to study Comparative Religious Studies as well as all the admission requirements for this course.
You will also see the Direct Entry (DE) admission requirements, special consideration (Waiver), the list of all the Universities in Nigeria where you can study this course and other relevant information for this course.
We urge you to pay adequate attention to the information contained on this page to avoid making mistakes while applying for admission to study Comparative Religious Studies in any of the Nigerian Universities that will be listed below.
O’Level Subjects and Requirements for Comparative Religious Studies
There O’Level subjects required for this course, it’s therefore important that you should add these subjects in your SSCE examination if you intend to study this course in any higher institution in Nigeria. You are required to have at least five (5) SSC credit passes in the following subjects:
2). English Language.
3). Mathematics (At least a pass).
4). And any two (2) other Arts/Science subjects/Social Sciences.
- UNILORIN still accepts candidates who don’t have CRS or IS but who still meet the UTME requirements.
JAMB Subject Combination for Comparative Religious Studies
There are usually three subjects that you are to expect in your JAMB UTME examination in which you are required to score at least 180 (180 is JAMB Cut-off mark for this course for Universities) if you want to study this course in any of the Nigerian Universities listed below:
2). English Language.
3). And anyone (1) other Arts or Social Science subjects.
Direct Entry Admission Requirement for Comparative Religious Studies
If you don’t intend to apply to study Comparative Religious Studies in any Nigerian University via UTME, then you must ensure that you satisfy the Comparative Religious Studies Direct entry admission requirements below:
- Two (2) A Level passes in CRS/IRS and any other Arts/ Sciences/Social Science subjects.
- ND/ NCE in CRS /IS.
- UNILORIN accepts ND in Religious Studies or Theology of London, Ibadan, or any accredited University in Nigeria.
Nigerian University to Study Comparative Religious Studies
Jobs and Career Options for Comparative Religion Graduates
- Social Service.
- Foreign Service.
- Public Relations.
- Community Development.