IJMB Guide 101 as the name implies contains all necessary information pertaining rules and guidelines governing IJMB A’Level Programme.
This may be the very first time you are hearing about IJMB IJMB A’LEVEL Programme or you have been hearing peolpe talk about IJMB but you have never thought of it to be a real thing. Today you have decided to look up the so-called IJMB of a thing on Google and you stumbled on this article, we can assure you that you have visited the right place. This post is basically for beginners providing you with necessary information just like a beginner’s guide will do. To get the best out of this post we suggest you take your time to go through every piece of information you find in this page and if there is anything we left behind and it is of great concern to you, do not hesitate to contact us.
IJMB is an alternative admission process in Nigeria that you can use to gain admission into 200 level instead of 100, the registration for IJMB for 2019 is still ongoing and lectures have started. You should take the privilege now.
If you fail JAMB, unable to write JAMB or you pass JAMB but not given admission you can also register IJMB while the registration is still ongoing now in case anything happens with your JAMB procedure you can have a backup plan for your admission into the university of your choice.
To know more about IJMB registration, you can click the link, also visit IJMB 2019/2020 registration closing date to know the last date for the registration you also see the list of universities in Nigeria that accepts IJMB for any course – medicine, law, accounting, Business Admin, Mass Communication, Arts, Engineering etc.
The IJMB 2019/2020 the admission into 200 level is assured provided you sit tight and pass your exam during the course of the programme which is 9 to 10 months.
If you register for IJMB now and also register for JAMB these will give you 2 opportunities in the same year, with 2019/2020 IJMB it means you will be in 200 level by next year even if JAMB did not give you admission.
Visit how IJMB Works to see how you will be able to combine your IJMB result with the direct Entry form.
For more question on IJMB, please call IJMB helplines on 08105087367 or 08111357171. Please do not call us on JAMB issues, visit JAMB official website for JAMB issues or visit one of the JAMB Accredited centres in your state of resident to solve all issues regarding JAMB.
IJMB registration costs #8,000 which can be paid any Gtbank nearest to you; Account name: IJMB Alevel Registration and the account number is 0163836217
Warning: Do not visit any other website for IJMB related issues, visit directly on https://ijmb.com.ng
Every year, hundreds of thousands of students have to endure the frustration of missing out on university admission. For many of those students, that failure has little to do with their performance at the yearly Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) organized by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
A candidate could pass the UTME with flying colors and still miss out on admission. The latest figures from JAMB indicate that over 1.6 million candidates sat for the UTME. But only 30% are likely to get admission to a university of their choice.
Comparatively, the statistics for the number of candidates who are admitted to Universities through IJMB dwarves the JAMB admission stats.
For instance, of the about 30,000+ IJMB applicants annually:
- There is a 93% pass rate
- 81% successful admission rate to a university
- 75% of those admitted get to read their first choice course
The gulf between students seeking for admission in Nigerian tertiary institutions and the actual number admitted through the UTME would continue to grow in the coming years.
In other words, unless an alternative is found, many more candidates would keep seeing their dreams of becoming a university student crash.
For many years now, that alternative is IJMB and many students studying in universities today owe their good fortune to the comprehensive guidance they got through IJMBWay.
How to use the IJMB Result to gain admission
The IJMB can be used to gain admission into the 200 level in any approved Nigerian University.
A candidate wishing to use to result to her admission into the University must follow these steps:
1. Visit the nearest JAMB office to get the Direct Entry (DE) form. Alternatively, you can visit the JAMB website and click on the DE link to get to the required portal.
2. Fill the form on the website or the hardcopy you bought from the JAMB office.
Make sure the details you provided match your IJMB result.
3. In the form, you have the option of choosing your preferred university (first option) and an alternate choice (second option). You are allowed to make up to six choices
The course you chose would be directly related to how well you perform in the IJMB examination. That is why it is important to choose a quality study center.
A good IJMB study center combined with hard work and diligent study would surely guarantee your IJMB result would get you any course you desire.
Universities that accept IJMB Candidates
While filling out the Direct Entry form, make sure your choice of university accepts IJMB result for entry into 200 level.
All the universities in Northern Nigeria accept students with IJMB result. In the south, over 75% of the universities, whether federal, state or private, accept successful IJMB candidates into various courses in the respective universities.
To see a comprehensive list of Universities that admit IJMB students and their point requirements, please click on this link (insert link to that page)
However, even though the poll of Universities for IJMB candidates to choose from is wide, there are some universities that are considered the best vis-a-vis:
- The number of IJMB intakes yearly
- The number of courses on offer for IJMB candidates
The following are the list of some of the top federal and state universities that admit IJMB candidates:
- University of Ilorin, Ilorin
- University of Benin, Benin City
- Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
- Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
- Delta State University, Abraka
- University of Abuja, FCT
- Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
- Federal University of Technology, Minna
IJMBWay study centers
To meet to challenges of growing number of students who want to be part of IJMBWay’s success model, the management decided to open several centers around the country.
This also serves to reduce the stress some candidates might encounter in traveling long distances to get the best IJMB study and training center.
Fully functional IJMB centers managed by us are available in the following locations
- Port Harcourt
New centers in Delta, Imo and Enugu would be opened very soon.
IJMB fees and payment schedule
The total IJMB fees payable to IJMBWay is between N168,000 and N258,000. The disparity exists depending on your chosen study center.
However, the standard fee at our Ilorin center is N168,000 only. It covers everything for the duration of the program. It is broken down as follows
- Registration Form: 8000
- School Fees: 110,000
- Hostel accommodation: 35,000
- Textbooks and other materials: 15,000 (this includes lab coats for science students)
Note that when you pay for the registration form, you automatically get a link to download the IJMB syllabus. The syllabus should be a constant companion for the duration of the program.
It contains everything you need to know about areas of study and what is expected of you at the examination proper. Make sure you refer to it regularly during your time as an IJMB student.
At IJMBWay, we have made the payment of fees as painless as possible for those who can’t pay the whole fees at once.
You can pay the fees in three installments if this is your preferred payment option.
The first installment is N70,000 and this must be paid at the beginning of the session.
The balance of N80,000 can be paid in two installments. Have a discussion with the study center coordinator to agree on a mutually acceptable schedule for the payment of this balance.
Please take note that after payment of the complete fee, no other financial obligation is expected of you.
Candidates are advised to take note that IJMB does not entertain any request for a refund after payment of the fees.
So before paying the fees, be sure this is what you really want to do. If you have any doubts, the smart move is to have an honest discussion with your parents, guardians or sponsors before making any payment to IJMB.
You or your sponsors are encouraged to contact us for further guidance on this issue.
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