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IJMBE, IJMB Website, IJMB Portal And Info About Other A-levels Programs In Nigeria

Since the UTME examinations began, the spotlight have always been on those that are able to meet the cut off benchmark, while there has been a unity and conspiracy of silence on the fate of those who are unable to meet the cutoff benchmark for their course of choice.

This information is very important especially if you just finished secondary school and want to find a better way to use the time period for better educational engagement.

If you have failed JAMB, looking for better alternatives, you passed JAMB and the post UTME does not favour you.

Want to study abroad, or you failed the last JAMB, this piece of information will favour you

Well, here is a promoted article that gives these group of people, best alternatives for JAMB, if the UTME does not work out.

Here we are talking of the best route to follow so that in the next one year or thereabout, the difference between those who are admitted into Nigerian Universities through UTME and those who failbut subsequently get admitted through Direct Entry method, will be inconsequential.

For the basis of assumption, we­ want to believe that those who failed, didn’t prepare adequately for the exam.

Did you fail JAMB? do you feel the zeal to catch up with your mates who passed the exam (if they get admitted)? Then this is for you, as you have a perfect alternative to make everything and everyone even at the end of the tunnel. This is a step you have to take to be on the same level with your equals.

List Of Best Alternatives To Those Who Failed JAMB.

A. Cambridge A Level.

Cambridge A’level is one of the best alternatives for a candidate who fail JAMB or was not able to gain admission. So, if you really want to stay on the same academic level as your mates, Cambridge A Level is one of the best out there. Not to also mention that it is accepted by ALL universities in Nigeria. When you pass Cambridge by you don’t have to write jamb again before you gain admission into your university of choice and this time, into 200 level.
Average cost: On an average, the program costs N480,000. This includes hostel, accommodation and examination fees. Cambridge Nigeria
To those who want to find more information on Cambridge A’level should go to

Acceptance In Nigeria: All universities in Nigeria accept Cambridge Result Into 200 Level

Gain admission into Unilag, Uniport, UNN, UNIBEN, Unilorin, OOU, UI, ABU, etc without JAMB


JUPEB was established by some universities around 2012. Major universities in Nigeria accept the result into 200 level. The programme is being moderated by University of Lagos. Also, both advanced Studies centres and some universities run the programme. The programme is about eight months before the examination that takes place around June annually.
Cost: Average cost of JUPEB is #360,000. JUPEB official website can be found at

Acceptance In Nigeria: Unilag, OAU, Uniport, Uniben, Unilorin, LASU etc accepts the programme into 200 level.

More information and how to register can be found at :

Admission in Nigeria Universities without JAMB.


Though popular, but we still find it imperative to break it down. IJMB is somewhat similar to the JUPEB program. Just that in this case, the programme is being supervised by ABU. It would be important to make it clear that all private, state and SOMEfederal universities accept IJMB. Popular universities like Unilorin, Unical, UniBen, ABU, accept the result. The programme. Just like JUPEB, you can study any course with IJMB.

Average cost: ofIJMB is around 180k.

IJMB does not currently have IJMB OFFICIAL WEBSITE

More information about IJMB can be found about ijmb at different websites, but you can find more information at

Acceptance In Nigeria. All Northern Universities, All private universities and about 80% of federal universities in Southern part of the country accept it.

D.Nabteb A level:

The last option we have for you is Nabteb A level, it is an advanced form of NABTEB. It is just like other options only that just a few universities accept this advanced form of NABTEB.The headquarter of NABTEB A’level is in Benin City, Nigeria. Just so you know, credible varsities like UniBen, Unilorin, and some other universities accept the result.
Average cost: of NABTEB is #120,000

More information can be found on Nabteb A level at

List Of Universities That You Can Gain Admission Into, Without JAMB.

  • AdekunleAjasin University, Akungba-Akoko
  • Caritas University, Enugu
  • City University, Yaba, Lagos State
  • Citygate University, Ibadan
  • Cross River University of Technology, Calabar
  • Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu
  • Federal University, BirninKebbi, Kebbi State
  • Federal University Gashua, Yobe State
  • Federal University Gusau, Zamfara State
  • Federal University of Dutse (FUD)
  • Federal University of Petroleum Resource Effurun
  • Federal University of Technology Minna
  • Federal University of Technology Owerri
  • Free University of Nigeria (FUN), Proposed online, first 100% tuition-free university in the world. Lagos. Nigeria
  • Gombe State University, Gombe
  • Ibrahim Babangida University, Lapai
  • Ibrahim BadamasiBabangida University, Niger State, Lapai
  • University of Ado Ekiti, Ado Ekiti
  • University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Abeokuta
  • University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Makurdi, Benue State
  • University of Ilorin, Ilorin
  • University of Jos, Jos
  • University of Maiduguri, Maiduguri
  • University of Mkar, Mkar-Gboko, Benue State
  • Usman Dan Fodio University, Sokoto, Sokoto State
  • Wesley University, Ondo
  • Western Delta University, Oghara, Delta State
  • Sule Lamido University, Kaffin Hausa, Jigawa State
  • Mountain Top University, Ogun State.

Written by Michael, Ekundayo an Advanced Studies promoter in Nigeria.

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