Without wasting your time today, here are the 7 ways to gain admission into Nigerian Universities without going through the process of writing JAMB at all. And if you have written JAMB before or you did write it and score below-recommended score, it doesn’t matter at all.
– Interim Joint Matriculation Board is one of the ways you can use to gain admission int to Nigerian universities without writing JAMB. Though your O’level is compulsory to be able to use it to gain admission. And the average fee for this programme is #200,000 – with the hostel, tuition fee, registration fee, result collection, logistics. Their many centres and locations across Nigerian states.
Details About IJMB
Average Fee: Average fee for IJMB is 200,000
Universities Accepting IJMB: 80% of Nigerian universities accept IJMB
Course: You can study any course with IJMB including Medicine & Surgery, Law, Pharmacy, Business Admin, Engineering, Mass Communication.
Centres: There are many locations for IJMB both in the Southern part of Nigeria and Northern of Nigeria. You can do the programme anywhere you want, and use the result to gain admission into University you want.
Moderation: IJMB is moderated by ABU, Zaria and they set up the questions, mark the script and release the result to centres nationwide. The result is released within 2-3 months after the exam.
IJMB Duration: IJMB is a one year programme.
Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board is another A-level program you can use to gain admission into Nigerian universities without writing JAMB. It was established in 2013 and commence operations in 2014. It is approved by Federal Government through NUC.
Average Fee: Average fee for JUPEB is #300,000
Universities Accepting JUPEB: 95% of southern universities in Nigeria accept JUPEB into 200L
Course: you can study any course with JUPEB including Law, Pharmacy, Business Administration, Accounting, Engineering courses, etc
Centres: There many centres for the program in Nigeria cut across the Southern part of Nigeria including Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Imo, Anambra, Ilorin too.
Moderation: JUPEB is moderated by the University of Lagos, they set up the questions, mark the script and release the result within 2- 3 months after the exam to JUPEB centres nationwide.
Duration: JUPEB is a one-year program.
- Cambridge A Level
- NABTEB A Level
- ABU Diploma
- Kwasu Diploma