If you are reading this post about IJMB programme, there is every chance that the question on your mind is “What is IJMB ?”.
The questions above is one of the most asked questions for students who are seeking for admission when they come across IJMBE news.
In order to know more about ijmb, We at IJMB Guide have provided detailed information about the necessary things you need to know about IJMBE. We also provided links that will direct you to answers to frequently asked question about the programme.
Before reading further, we want to give you an insight of what interim joint matriculation board is about.
What is IJMB program all about?
IJMB means interim joint matriculation board. It is a nine month programme that qualifies students to gain direct admission into 200lv without JAMB and post JAMB in many cases.
IJMBE programme was established in 1976 by a body establishe by ICSA, the established by the government of the old Northern region. The aim of the programme was to provide social and educational services to the people of the northern region.
IJMB programme originated from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (ABU, Zaria).
IJMBE Cut off Mark:
This has nothing to do with cut off mark you need to begin the programme. The question is simply asking the cut off mark needed to secure admission into your preferred university after undergoing the programme. The fact is this solely depends on your school of choice. However, you can find idea of some of the universities that accept IJMB and cut off mark under this topic. Also note that you can always change your course if you do not meet up with the cut off mark for your preferred course or look for a school that align.
Universities that Accept IJMB and Points:
70% of Nigerian universities accept IJMB as a requirement for 200 level admission without JAMB. Find out more about universities that accept ijmb and their required points here.
Disadvantages of IJMB:
Here at IJMB Guide, We don’t just tell you all the nice things only. If there is something other are not talking about and We feel you should know, We will bring it up. The truth is the advantages of IJMBE is way more than the disadvantages.
Below are some of the disadvantages of IJMB;
- Most of the federal universities that accept IJMB are the northern ones with few in other parts of Nigeria. So, you should confirm if your preferred federal university accept the programme before applying. You do not have anything to worry about if you don’t really care about federal universities. Almost all state and private universities accept the programme. You can consider JUPEB programme if you are the federal university type.
- We don’t agree with this, but a lot of parent feel the programme is expensive. We understand the economic situation of the country but a programme like this should be considered very cheap looking at what you can achieve with it. Most centres give you the option of making payment on instalment.
- Registration period is usually very short. We advise that you apply as soon as the registration is open in order not to miss out. you do not want to fail JAMB and not meet up with IJMBE. Who says you cannot apply for the two at a time.
How does IJMB Work:
Basically, you just need to apply for the programme and undergo classes for about nine (9) months. At the end of the programme, you will sit for the final examination. It is the certificate obtained you will use to apply in to your preferred university via direct entry.
How Many Years is IJMB Programme:
The programme runs for less than a year, approximately (9-10) months. The result once gotten does not expire. You can finish a degree and apply for another degree with it. It is okay if you call it a certificate.
How Can One Avoid Online Scam:
No matter how much We try to help prospective candidates avoid online scam, a lot of students still fall for online scam on a daily basis. This is Nigeria.
What We decided to do is to recommend legit website where you can apply without fear. Their helpline is always available to assist if there is any difficulty applying. Feel free to apply with https://ijmbe.website/apply-now
Please NOTE that bank account details is not on this post. We are saying this because a lot of students in the past have made payments for form into wrong bank account they see online, thinking they were dealing with us. We do not accept payment for application. We only recommend reliable study centres to our readers.
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