List of Nigerian Universities that Admit Student Without JAMB 2022 Update : Current School News

List of Nigerian Universities that Admit Students Without JAMB 2022 Update

Filed in School News by on December 29, 2021



– List of Nigerian Universities that Admit Students Without JAMB –

Do you wish to study in any accredited higher institution without undergoing the stress of writing JAMB? If yes, this article got you covered. This page will enlighten you on the list of Nigerian Universities that Admit Students Without JAMB.

List of Nigerian Universities that Admit Student Without JAMB 2018


List of Nigerian Universities that Admit Students Without JAMB

Every student in Nigeria knows how stressful and frustrating it is to write JAMB continuously without attaining success. However, in some cases, your UTME score might exit the proposed cut off mark, but your course of study hinder your entrance to the university of choice (it happens) – then you are only left with the decision of picking back the biro.

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1. The National Open University of Nigeria.

This school does not require you to write JAMB (Joint Admission and matriculation board) exams or ask for JAMB results to be qualified for admission into the school and they’re currently accepting applications from interested students who’re seeking immediate admission.

Below are the list of things you need to know about Noun:

➛ No JAMB result is required

➛ To get started, log into the official website of the National Open University of Nigeria and complete the Application Form before you can be admitted.

➛ The admission process takes approximately 72 hours.

➛ Noun University is available throughout the country, Nigeria with over 32,000 students

➛ Open University of Nigeria has programs for undergraduates, diplomas, other well-recognized Certifications like CISA, CIA etc., Postgraduate, Masters and Ph.D. Programs.

➛ National Open University will never go on strike.

➛ The duration of most courses is 4 years.

2. IJMB in Unilorin, University of Abuja and ABU Zaria.

The program offered in these schools is called INTERIM JOINT MATRICULATION BOARD. It’s an advanced A-Level program offered for 9 months duration, and after completion qualifies you to 200 level in any of the Nigerian Universities through Direct Entry.

Keep in mind, this program is a legitimate program and the requirement is also available on JAMB brochure. Also, this program does not need JAMB results or require that you sit for JAMB, instead, it requires only your o’level result from either WAEC, NECO, or NABTECH.

3. Diploma School or PRE-DEGREE Programs.

An example is DELSU, ESUT or UNIPORT: This is a program that’s mainly from Nigerian tertiary institutions/universities that do not offer diploma and/or pre-degree programs.

If you’re planning to become a university student, you should know what a Diploma is in Nigeria.

A diploma is a program that runs for 1-2 years, based on the school you choose to attend and the course. After you have completed the program, you’ll be offered admission into 200 level through direct entry.

The Pre-degree runs from 7 to 9 months and it also depends on the school that gives you admission into 100 level after completion.

Private Schools/institutions like UNIPORT is the same as the Pre-degree program which runs for several months like 7 months and those who scale through the program are admitted into 100 level in the same university

4. Private Universities

A good example of private schools is Madonna in Okija or any other locations in Nigeria.

The good thing about a few of the private Universities in Nigeria is that you can get admission easily if you have the required WAEC results and can afford the tuition fees.

In other words, a student can walk into the school with the required WAEC results and will be admitted without a JAMB, and even some are admitted without WAEC results but it is only on a special condition.

That condition is that before you get to 300 level or final year, the basic admission requirements like JAMB and WAEC/NECO must be ready before your final year clearance or you’ll not graduate.

In summary, many might say that these schools are expensive and can’t afford the school fees, but keep in mind that the earlier the better and plan ahead. Wasting your time trying to get the highest JAMB score is not the ultimate – Age waits for nobody.

If you’re among the student looking to gain admission into any of the lists of universities in Nigeria and/or need to know Universities in Nigeria that admit without JAMB – stop wasting your time and start your application today.

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