Are you aspiring to study Urban and Regional Planning in any Nigeria tertiary institutions? Then you should fully be aware that before writing the JAMB UTME exams, you need to know the right jamb subject combination for urban and regional planning.
What is Urban and Regional Planning?
Urban and regional planners are required to have the following;
An excellent and good technical skills about land use planning,
High level of communication skills,
Knowledge of design,
Economics and law,
Is capable and able to demonstrate sound ethical and professional behavior.
Persons who studies Urban and regional planning works in government agencies, consultancies and development firms.
Please be informed that the major reason why this article was publishe here on JambGuide, is to provide the real and correct JAMB Subject Combination for Urban and Regional Planning for all candidates, who will be participating in this year’s UTME exercise.
I want to aid all candidates who don’t know, or are not sure of the required O’level subjects they will be examined on as aspiring Urban and Regional Planning Students in Nigerian Universities, Polytechnics, etc.
JAMB Subject Combination For Urban and Regional Planning
The correct combination to use in your jamb registration as aspirant of Urban and Regional Planning are as follows;
- English Language (compulsory for all courses)
- Mathematics/Economics and
- Any other Social Science or Pure Science subject.
JAMB Syllabus for Urban and Regional Planning
It is very essential to go through the free offered JAMB syllabus for Urban and regional planning. As registrants of UTME, you’ll be given a syllabus. However, you can go through the online syllabus, which will help you be aware of the required areas of concentration to study.
See the Official JAMB Syllabus for Urban and Regional Planning
It is very important to be aware, that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board will be conducting the UTME examination this year May.
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