The Nigerian post-secondary institution known as Kwara State Polytechnic was founded in 1973 by Col. David Bamigboye, the state’s military governor at the time, following the announcement in 1971 that Kwara State would get a polytechnic. It is situated in Kwara State’s capital city of Ilorin. The admissions season for the 2024/2025 academic year is quickly approaching, so all prospective applicants must be familiar with the standards established by the school.
The cut-off mark for Kwara Poly 2024/2025 academic session is 120. If your UTME score is 120 or higher, you will move on to the post-UTME screening, which is the next step. If you do not meet up, you might not be able to be accepted into this prestigious school for that particular academic year.
NB: While we are still waiting for the 2024 JAMB to be taken, there will be an update released here when Kwara Poly officially releases their cut-off mark for the 2024/2025 batch.