Wood Production Engineering is almost the same as Wood Products Engineering though the name differs from institutions. It’s a pure science course and will not be suitable for students with an art background.

On this page, you will find relevant information such as the WAEC and JAMB Subject Combination for Wood Production Engineering. You will also find the Direct Entry requirement for Wood Production Engineering and the list of Universities offering it.

WAEC Subject Combination for Wood Production Engineering

There are 5 compulsory O’Level subjects that you require. And you must ensure you have a credit pass in the whole of them. The is not limited to only WAEC, it includes NECO AND GCE. Below is the 5 WAEC Subject Combination for Wood Production Engineering:

  1. Physics.
  2. Chemistry.
  3. Mathematics.
  4. Use of English Language.
  5. And any other Science subject.

JAMB Subject Combination for Wood Production Engineering

The required JAMB cut-off mark for Wood Production Engineering is 180, but we usually advise students to aim to score 200 and above to stand a better chance of being admitted on merit. Below is the JAMB Subject Combination for Wood Production Engineering which you must meet in your JAMB UTME examination:


1). Mathematics.

2). Chemistry.

3). Physics.

Direct Entry Requirements for Wood Production Engineering

If you want to apply for admission into any Nigerian University to study Wood Production Engineering with UTME, then you must ensure you have the following requirements below;

  • ‘A’ level passes in Physics and Mathematics.

Universities in Nigeria Offering Wood Production Engineering

  • CRUTECH (Cross River State University of Science &Technology, Calabar)
  • University of Ibadan (offer it as Wood Products Engineering)

Things to Consider Before applying for admission into any Institution

There are things you should be able to find out about an institution before applying for admission into such an institution and they have been listed below:

  1. The Amount they charge for School Fees
  2. If the Distance is suitable for you.
  3. The Environment where the institution is situated is convenient for you.
  4. Academic Calendar
  5. Vulnerability to Strike
  6. The Degree Certificate
  7. Acceptable O Level and A-level Result

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