Get all the necessary information about the IJMB registration process and requirements to kickstart your journey to university admission.
Are you a student seeking alternative pathways to gain admission into Nigerian universities? If so, the Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) program may be a great option for you. This program allows you to gain admission into 200 level in Nigerian universities after successful completion of the program. In this article, we will guide you through the IJMB registration process and requirements so that you can kickstart your journey to university admission.
Step 1: Know the IJMB Requirements
Before registering for IJMB, it is important to know the requirements. To be eligible for IJMB, you must have a minimum of five credits at the O’level, including Mathematics and English Language (Although our study centres accept awaiting results). Additionally, you must be at least 16 years old. It is also important to note that IJMB is open to both Nigerian and international students.
Step 2: Find an IJMB Study Centre
The next step in the IJMB registration process is to find an IJMB study centre. IJMB study centres are located in different parts of the country, so you can choose the one that is closest to you. You can find a list of IJMB study centres on the IJMB website or by contacting us.
Step 3: Obtain the IJMB Registration
Form Once you have identified an IJMB study centre, the next step is to obtain the IJMB registration form. You can get the form from any of our study centre. It is important to fill the form correctly and completely, providing all the necessary information such as personal details, O’level results, if applicable, and preferred study centre.
Step 4: Pay the IJMB Registration Fee
After filling the IJMB registration form, the next step is to pay the registration fee. The IJMB registration fee varies depending on the study centre, the form fee is 10,000. You can pay the registration fee at the bank or online via the IJMB portal.
Step 5: Submit the IJMB Registration Form
After paying the IJMB registration fee, the final step is to submit the registration form to the IJMB office or study centre. Along with the form, you will also need to provide photocopies of your O’level results, birth certificate, and passport photograph. Once your registration is complete, you will be given a number, which you will use throughout the program. You will also receive information about the IJMB programme and the study materials you need.
In conclusion, IJMB is a great option for students who want to gain admission into Nigerian universities. By following the above steps, you can easily register for IJMB and start your journey to university admission. Remember, it is important to have all the necessary documents and information before registering for IJMB. Good luck!