Course Title: BANKING AND FINANCE:

Course Description

Your daily tasks will include preparing invoices for the taxman, handling financial filing, processing sales invoices, receipts and payments and balancing accounts.
A Finance Officer job description generally includes:

Assisting in the preparation of budgets
Managing records and receipts
Reconciling daily, monthly and yearly transactions
Preparing balance sheets
Processing invoices
Developing an in-depth knowledge of organisational products and process
Providing customer service to clients
Resolve financial disputes raised by the customer service and sales teams
Being a key point of contact for other departments on financial and accounting matters
Supporting the Finance Manager and executives with projects and tasks when required

Subject Combination for JAMB

Here are the courses to combine when filling this course for JAMB UTME

Mathematics, Economics, plus one of Government and Geography.

Course Cut-of-Point

The required cut-of-points for this course (BANKING AND FINANCE:) depends on the school you are applying for, basically every school has a minimum cut of marks for accepting students in this area. Also, it is important to note that your O'level subject is a primary criteria for screening, continue reading to know the required subjects you must have on your O'Level result

BANKING AND FINANCE: Requirement UTME

BANKING AND FINANCE: Requirements Direct Entry

BABK/FIN Special Consideration

from recognised institutions as well as
Foundation/ Intermediate passes ICAN, ACCA,
ICMA and CIPFA.
(vi) PHC, ESUTECH and UNIZIK require Direct Entry
applicants to possess UTME requirements.
(vii) OOU accepts ‘A’ level passes in Economics and
other subjects plus ‘O’ level credits in English
lang. and Mathematics.
(viii) RSUST
- Same as in Accountancy.
(ix) UNIZIK does not accept Geography.
(x) EKSU accepts ND (Upper Credit) in relevant
subject.
(xii) EBSU accepts ACIB, ND, NCE or HND passed at
merit level in relevant fields in addition to O’
‘level requirement.
(xiv) IGBINEDION and CALABAR: as in Accounting.
CALABAR does not accept IJMB/A' level/NCE.
(xv) AAUA accepts HND (Lower Credit) in Banking and
Finance.
(xvi) OOU requires 'A' level passes in Economics and
Accounting.
(xviii) COOU same as in Accountancy
(xix) AAUA accepts National Diploma at credit level in
relevant Discipline
(xx) MAKURDI and UYO
-
Same as in Accounting
.
(xxi) AUN accepts (a) 'A' level passes chosen from English Language,
Mathematics, Economics, Geography,
Government, History, Literature in English,
Further Mathematics, Technical Drawing, Visual
Arts, Computer Studies, Information Technology,
Civics, Environmental Science, Biology, Physics,
Chemistry and French.
(
b) ND/HND
(xxii) AUN does not offer admissions direct to 200
level programs.
Two 'A' level passes in Accounting or
Economics and any one other subject
(b) NCE with passes at merit level in relevant
subjects.
(c) ND at credit level.
(xxiv) UYO accepts ND/HND in relevant fields not
below lower credit level. All Direct Entry
candidates must satisfy UTME requirements.
(xxv) EVANGEL requires two A’ level passes in
Economics and any of Science, Social Science
or Management subjects plus O’ level
requirements.
(xxvi) EBSU accepts HND, ACIB, ND/NCE passes at
Merit level in relevant fields in addition to 'O'
level requirement.ND must be in Upper credit
level.
(xxvi) ESUTECH accepts ND in relevant discipline within
the Faculty in to 200 level in addition to UTME
requirements.
(xxvii) LAGOSaccepts very good passes in three
JUPEB/A-LEVEL subjects: Economics and any
other two (2) subjects from Financial Accounting,
Business Studies, Mathematics, Geography and
Government.
(xxviii)MCPHERSON accepts:
a) ND upper credit in relevant fields.
b) Foundation of professional examinations such as
ICAN, ACCA, ICMA& CIBN
c) JUPEB/IJMB (A’ level) or equivalent in related discipline. BIU, AAUA, UYO, UNIZIK, ESUTECH, EKSU,
IMSU,PHC and LAGOS require credit in Economics
and two other subjects.
(iii) IMSU and BIU accept credit/merit in English
Language in TC II.
(iv) PHC requires Economics and does not accept
commercial subjects.
(v) MAKURDI, EBSU and RSUST - Same as in
Accounting.
(vi) LAGOS requires credit passes in English Language,
Mathematics, Economics and any two of
Government, Geography, Commerce, Financial
Accounting, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business
Management and Book Keeping.
(vii) AUN requires Five 'O' level credit passes including
English Language, Mathematics, and any other
three subjects from the following; Economics,
Geography, Government, History, Literature in
English, Further Mathematics, Technical Drawing,
Visual Arts, Computer Studies, Information
Technology, Civics, Environmental Science,
Biology, Physics, Chemistry and French.
(viii) AUN does not accept credit passes in the
following; Agriculture, Food and Nutrition, Home
Economics, Home Craft, Home management,
Physical Education, Physical and Health
Education, Music, Commerce, Accounting,
Financial Accounting, Book keeping, Islamic
History, Religious Studies, Tajweed, Library
Studies, Diction, Kiswahili, Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba,
Arabic, Turkish, Study skills.
(ix) UNN requires five O' level credits to include:
English Language, Mathematics and any other
relevant subjects. For NBC the other two relevant
subjects could be from any of the following:
Accounting, Principles of Accounts, Commerce office and economics.

Schools offering BANKING AND FINANCE:

School Cut-of-points
University of Calabar (UNICAL).
Adamawa State University 180
Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu Alike Ikwo 180

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