With the above statement, we are glad to announce to you that we now have a study centre in Port Harcourt, River state capital for the advancement of IJMB study centres in Nigeria. The centres which is just opened is open for interested candidates, especially those who do not want
Though the IJMB study centre in Port Harcourt is new, this IJMB Port Harcourt is already functioning and as a matter of fact, lectures have started for the current session of which the registration is ongoing. Please visit when the registration for IJMB will close for further information about the closing date for application for IJMB at Port Harcourt form.
- Approved: By the Federal Government has a platform for securing admission into a higher institution in the country and abroad.
- Proven: Yearly, about 20,000 applicants put in for the programme in which more than 70% fraction successfully secure admission with it into 200 level to their preferred institution & course.
- Certified: By Nigeria University Commission (NUC) has an Advanced level examination that qualifies students for 200 level via Direct Entry JAMB Admission.
How To Register For IJMB Port Harcourt Centre
Registering an IJMB Port Harcourt is very easy and as a matter of fact, it does not make any difference between registering in any other centre. The registration is online. Here are the steps involved to register for the programme in Oyo state in Nigeria.
- Visit IJMB form page and print the IJMB registration form out (fill with capital letters)
- On the list of available centers listed on the form, tick or underline Port Harcourt Centre
- Go ahead and pay the registration form to IJMB ALEVEL REGISTRATION( we are not associated with any account name) avoid fraudsters
- Scan your teller and form to us at [email protected]
- Within 24 hours your IJMB registrations will be sent to you
Warning. We do not have any link or association with any other sites for IJMB River state. And never pay any amount whatsoever for IJMB registration that is different from 0163836217 as the account number. And the account name is IJMB Alevel Registration
IJMB Form In Rivers, Port Harcourt
The form for River IJMB form is available, go ahead and print the form out, fill and pay the amount stated on the form registration, then scan the teller and the form to us. The form is #8,500.
IJMB Registration Port Harcourt, Rivers State
Both the IJMB registration Port Harcourt and the form means the same thing. To register please visit the registration page and state the process of registration for the Programme in Oyo. Only choose Oyo if you are comfortable with it, you can decide to choose any other states and IJMB study centres
available on the IJMB form.
IJMB Address In Rivers State
Be informed that all our study centres are located in the state’s capital in Nigeria nationwide, Thus, the specific name and address of the study centres would not be displayed until you register and tick your preferred study centres, owing to the fact that candidates are expected to choose a centre of his/her choice based on the centres that are still available (i.e not yet filled up) at the time of registration. Therefore, we advised guardians and interested candidates to register immediately, in other to meet up with their desired study centre. Thereafter the online registration, the name and address of the candidates chosen study centres will be on candidates registration IJMB form print out, Hence candidates are expected to proceed to his/her chosen study centre for clearance and resumption
IJMB Rivers School Fees
IJMB school fees varies from study centres to study centres, and the major reason why it varies is the location factor due to (transportation, staff management, hostel and general cost living in that location) The IJMB fees in River state is #208,000. These fees cover Form fee or registration fee, Acceptance fee, Hostel fees, Tuition fees, Textbooks and examination fees).
Take note that you are not meant to pay any fees after these to anyone at the centres, and we advanced register students to always scan the teller of their payment before they reach the centre or if they decide to pay for the school fees at the centre, they should scan the teller. All receipts and teller payment should be scanned to [email protected]
. Further instructions will be communicated individually to the respective candidates who choose River as study centre after the registration details have been forward to us within 24 hours.
Instalment Payment In Rivers IJMB Study Centre
Instalment payment is allowed for River centre, the minimum to start with altogether is #100,000 and the remaining #100,000 can be paid later solely with the agreement between the guardian/parents of the candidates.
As a student, before you register for IJMB at all no matter the centre you choose, make sure you have sought and got approval from your parents/guardian even before making the registration payment. The River management will like to inform everyone that no centre offers refund payment for WHATEVER REASON. Please make sure you are willing to do IJMB before going for registering for IJMB program.
Know More About IJMB Generally
is a program being moderated by Ahmedu Bello University, Zaria, is one of the advanced programs, students can use to gain 200 level admission through Direct Entry form. IJMB or IJMBE
which means Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination is approved by NUC also one of the best alternatives of gaining admission into Nigerian Universities. IJMB as it is, once you obtained the result, you do not require to write JAMB exam anymore. Again, the programme is between 9 to 10-month program and the cost is usually between #170,000 to #250,000 on your location in Nigeria and where you decide to want to do the programme. See list of universities accepting IJMB program, chec
Warning Against Fraud And Avoiding Greatest Error.
Since we cannot fight them alone, we want you to know that we do not associate with any other procedure of registration, or paying any amount to any bank details than the one stated below, in doing so we neither approve nor have a link with them. So when you are confused, please call IJMB HelpLines on 08105087367, 08111357171
We advice that you register through IJMB Alevel Registration directly because it will save you a lot of stress and money. This is because you might have read mistakenly other websites before this, and there is still chances that if you are not opening ijmb.com.ng directly on your browser, you will still make the mistake. The danger of not registering with us directly varies. It is either you are registered under centres that are not accredited, which might result to receiving lectures that are not related to the syllabus of that year or you might just make payment into a particular account for the form and that will be the end (you will be defrauded online). Cases of students not registered for IJMB exam have been reoccurring for some time also and you won’t want to be that student all because you made a mistake from the beginning. These situations will end up wasting the candidate time, energy and financial resources. Do not be deceived, please.
How To Register IJMB In Rivers State
1,The first step is to print the form out at https://ijmb.com.ng/ijmb-form/
2. Then do pay the form fee which is currently #8,500, to the following account number
Account Name: IJMB ALEVEL REGISTRATION
Account No: 0163836217
Bank : Guaranty Trust Bank (Gtbank)
3 After paying, do fill the printed form with CAPITAL LETTERS
4. Attach your passport to the designated area on the form
5. Go back to the nearest cyber cafe to you and scan the form you have already filled, and also scan the teller copy you were issued at the bank
7. Within 2 to 4 hours, a reply will be sent to you via the email you used to send the scanned data to us, the email will include other few details you need to know as an IJMB students
The total fees you will be paying through your IJMB programme with us in any of our centres is #168,000 till you write your final examination which is away due by February every year. You can see the break down of the fees at IJMB programme fee
Finally, we should call you to ask you if you have any question or clarification you want us to answer or make
We will do all we can to help you with a centre to the nearest states to you, but if all fail, that means you still have to come to Port Harcourt for your program
Disclaimer: Some fraudulent elements have found another way of defrauding the unsuspecting potential IJMB students of their hard earned money. This is how they go about it, they lure students to register on their website after the students might have parted away with their money, they will redirect them to our website during the registration process, that means, they will need to pay another registration fee of #8,500. We will like to plead with the intending IJMB not to register with any other site than www.ijmb.com.ng. As doing so, we won’t take any responsibility of you not being registered or being defrauded. BE WARNED. Thank you.
Brief History of Rivers State
It is the capital of Rivers State, Nigeria. It lies
along the Bonny River and is located in the Niger Delta .
According to the 2006 Nigerian census, Port Harcourt has
a population of 1,382,592. The port was built in 1912, but
not given a name until August 1913, when the Governor
of Nigeria, Sir Frederick Lugard , named it “Port Harcourt” instead of Port Rebisi (Ikwerre land)
in honour of Lewis Vernon Harcourt, then the Secretary of
State for the Colonies.
The area that became Port Harcourt in 1912 was before,
that part of the farmlands of the Diobu village group of the
Ikwerre ethnic nationality (One of the numerous ethnic group of the niger delta region of nigeria). The colonial
administration of Nigeria created the port to export coal
from the collieries of Enugu located 151 miles (243 km)
north of Port Harcourt,  to which it was linked by a
railway called the Eastern Line, also built by the British.
In 1956 crude oil was discovered in commercial
quantities at Oloibiri , and Port Harcourt’s economy
turned to petroleum when the first shipment of Nigerian
crude oil was exported through the city in 1958. Through
the benefits of the Nigerian petroleum industry, Port
Harcourt was further developed, with aspects of
modernisation such as overpasses and city blocks .  Oil
firms that currently have offices in the city include Royal
Dutch Shell and Chevron.
Port Harcourt’s primary airport is Port Harcourt
International Airport , located on the outskirts of the city;
the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) base is the location of the
only other airport in the city and is used by commercial
airlines Aero Contractors and Virgin Nigeria (now Air
Nigeria ) for domestic flights. 
The main educational establishment in the city is the
University of Port Harcourt , and the current Mayor of Port
Harcourt is Chimbiko Akorolo.
Port Harcourt was founded in 1912 by Frederick Lugard ,
governor of both the Northern Nigeria Protectorate and
the Southern Nigeria Protectorate .  Its purpose was to
export the coal that geologist Albert Ernest Kitson had
discovered in Enugu in 1909.  The colonial
government caused the people of Diobu to cede their
land, and in 1912 the building of a port-town was started.
 Other villages that were later absorbed into the city
included Oroworukwo, Mkpogua, and Rumuomasi; 
 In the creeks to the south of the original port
were the fishing camps and grounds of the Okrika – Ijaw
During the First World War, Port Harcourt was used as a
point for military operations against the Central Powers
in German Kamerun .  After the discovery of crude
oil in Oloibiri in 1956, Port Harcourt exported the first
shipload from Nigeria in 1958. Port Harcourt became the
centre of the Nigerian oil economy  and it
subsequently reaped benefits of its associations with the
petroleum industry by undergoing modernisation and
urbanisation .  Port Harcourt’s growth is further due to
its position as the commercial centre and foremost
industrial city of the former Eastern Region ; its position in
the Niger Delta; and its importance as the centre of social
and economic life in Rivers State. After the Republic of
Biafra seceded from Nigeria in 1967 Port Harcourt fell to
Nigerian forces on 19 May 1968. From an area of
15.54 km 2 in 1914, Port Harcourt grew uncontrolled to
an area of 360 km 2 in the 1980s…