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Welcome to samphina.com.ng a.k.a Nigeria Students Media, the number one (1) academic media in Nigeria. This page is mainly for aspirants, those hoping to get admission into any of the Nigerian Polytechnic.

If you are an aspirant and you’re asking:

  • What is the best way of getting admission into Osisatech College of Education, Enugu without JAMB
  • How can i get admission into Osisatech College of Education, Enugu without JAMB

you are in the right place as i have here a comprehensive article on how to get admission into school without JAMB.


How to get admission into Osisatech College of Education, Enugu without writing JAMB


🛑Market preference for BSc is far higher than for NCE. Students who went to the College of Education later decides to look for a way to continue there studies in the university which is then too late for them because it’s like wasting another years and money. BSc certificate is the labour market standard for employment now. Many students prefer going to College of Education due to how difficult it is to get admitted into the university, but i tell you, that is the wrong choice if you want to be successful in your career. In this article, i will be giving you the easiest way you can get admission into the university without JAMB.


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The CEO of samphina Nigeria Students Media

Welcome Aspirants!!

I am Mr. Samuel Obiora Blessed the CEO of this great platform and one of the directors of IJMB in Nigeria. A lot of students struggle year in year out to pass Jamb exams. The mention of the word JAMB alone gives some students the jitters because they believe that it’s an examination that is difficult, if not completely impossible to pass by the average student.

Admission Now Our-Days Is Something Else. Many Applied Few Are Chosen.

Every year candidates who failed JAMB exam usually give up any hope of securing admission for that particular academic year hoping to wait till next year to write another JAMB exam. But do you know you can get admission without JAMB even directly into 200Level? Don’t be suprised!!


✍🏼Don’t lose hope if you failed this last JAMB. Sit tight as this article will be your saviour. As for those that are aspiring for next upcoming JAMB, i will advice you not to apply but follow this part way that i will discuss with you in this publication 🛣


JAMB is getting more difficult to pass each year that passes. Most candidates who succeed to pass JAMB do that illegally by paying people to runs their JAMB for them which most of these people are scammers. It’s not all that succeed through this as their are lots of scammers out their who promise to help you but don’t at the end.

DO YOU KNOW WHY JAMB IS GETTING DIFFICULT❓ Jamb will never get easier, in fact the more the year passes the more difficult it gets. The reason is because the board is getting more crowded every year. Students who failed JAMB last year will wants to still apply this year so the number of students applying every year will keep increasing whereby making admission very competitive if not completely impossible. That’s why JAMB will always make sure only few students are successful.

This is to also warn you that, there is nothing like JAMB RESULT UPGRADING. Before this last jamb exam, I also warn many students that there is nothing like jamb runz. But unfortunately some students ignored my message and subscribed for jamb runs. During the jamb exam, I received many calls and messages complains that they have been scammed. Some said the answer sent to them do not match with the one jamb set for them, and some said they didn’t receive any answer. well that is there own cup of tea, after all I warned them. I hope you are cleared?. Good, LET US MOVE TO THE NEXT LEVEL.

Some students who eventually manage to pass JAMB have to struggle with another round of qualifying examinations – POST UTME which is another storm a students needs to overcome before they can now fully gain admission into the universities or polytechnics of their choice. A lot of students would rather avoid all of the stress and opt for easier ways to gain admission into the university without having to write JAMB or POST UTME examinations.

Actually, there is a better way of getting admission into the University without Jamb. Many Students has lived in ignorance thinking that Jamb is the only and surest way of getting admission into the University, but i tell you that Jamb is the most difficult way of getting admission into the University. I’ve got complains from most students who says that they have been at home for more than 2years waiting to succeed through Jamb. I don’t only give out information to students, but also ensure that they succeed in getting admission into there desire school which is the main focus.

Imagine where a school is having 4,000 position for admission and over 60,000 students are applying for admission in that same school. Are you seeing that the competition is very high that’s why only few lucky ones are been admitted. And i tell you admission into the Tertiary Institution is strictly on merit that’s why i don’t recommend Jamb for any students.


📌I will advice you to take your time and digest this information to secure your future and also relate it with your parents/guidance to utilize this opportunity. Continue reading…


Have you heard of IJMB? If yes, that is the better and easier option for you to get admission into the University without JAMB. Read along as i will be throwing more light on this. Many parents and students are not aware of this programme. You can check your JAMB brochure page 2 to confirm this. Many Nigeria students believe they can only gain University admission through JAMB and that’s because majority of them don’t read the Jamb Brochure (DISK) given to them after the registration.

I did not mention PREDEGREE, PRESCIENCE OR MATRIC because the students must write jamb before they can gain admission, and the results are just for a year. With IJMB, you are not gonna have to write JAMB and the certificate takes 7years to expire.

For the Purpose of those that are not aware of this programme, let me make you understand what’s all about


🤙🏼In case you may wish to contact 📲 me, you will see my contact before the end of this article. Just Keep Reading for full knowledge of this programme….


Meaning of IJMB:

IJMB means interim Joint Matriculation Board. It is an advanced level (A’level) nine(9) month Federal Government Programme run and moderated by Ahmadu Bello University, ABU Zaria.

IJMB was setup to serve as an alternative mode of gaining admission into tetiary institution in Nigeria into 200Level via Direct Entry (D.E) and majority of Nigerian Universities recognize the IJMB result as a criteria for gaining university admission


7 set of students who can apply for IJMB

  1. 📍Students seeking admission into any university
  2. 📍Student who failed JAMB
  3. 📍Students who did not sit for JAMB
  4. 📍Students with deficiency in English or Mathematics
  5. 📍Students who just graduated from SSS-3
  6. 📍Students awaiting O’level results.
  7. 📍Students wishing to switch course or university.

Can i apply if i have deficiency in English and Math❓

YES!! IJMB also offers O’level subjects that is of WAEC standard in only 2 subjects i.e English and Mathematics, to facilitate your admission. This means that if you have deficiency in either English or Mathematics in your O’level result, you can sit for IJMB O’level examination instead of registering for another SSCE examination (there are intensive lectures to cover those O’level subjects).


10 Reasons Why IJMB is the best:

  1. 📍Your admission is 100% guaranteed
  2. 📍It projects you one year ahead of others
  3. 📍To run IJMB is relatively cheap compared to what is obtainable in other programme that guarantee 200Level admission into Nigerian universities.
  4. 📍You can get admission into any University of your choice
  5. 📍You can study any course with the certificate
  6. 📍You can apply with awaiting result
  7. 📍It does not stop you from your work (i.e for those that are working)
  8. 📍These results take whopping of seven(7) years to expire unlike JAMB that is only for a year.
  9. 📍You can still be doing it and apply for JAMB if you want to kill two birds with a stone.
  10. 📍You have more advantages of being admitted unlike those who used JAMB since students with A’Level Result ( IJMB Result ) are very fewer in ratio.

🛑Don’t be in a haste as you will get my contact details 📲 before the end of this article. I just want you to fully understanding everything before contacting me…


Duration of the programme:

The IJMB programmme runs for 9 months after which you will be admitted into 200Level into any University in Nigeria (your choice). Are you now seeing that it saves you the stress of JAMB and the expenses you will be making during JAMB and Post UTME.


10 More Benefits of IJMB

  1. 📍Affordable School Fees(payment on Installment is allowed)
  2. 📍Well Equip and Affordable Hostel Facility
  3. 📍Short Course Duration
  4. 📍The result is acceptable in all Universities (Federal, State and Private)
  5. 📍The programme is available for all courses
  6. 📍The result gives you admission into 200 Level in the university
  7. 📍You don’t have to write JAMB/UTME except you wish to do so
  8. 📍JAMB/Remedial/Predegree gives you admission into 100L while IJMB is to 200Level.
  9. 📍IJMB Result is valid for 7years. Thus, a candidate can use the result for many years like WAEC result, but JAMB, Remedial, Predegree result is useful for one year only.
  10. 📍Why pay over 500,000 in a private University in your first year when you can pay less and gain admission into 200level with IJMB.

Requirements for applying for IJMB:

This is the part i love most. The only document you need to apply for IJMB is just your WAEC, NECO or GCE result with Eight (Passport Photographs) and nothing else. I guess this will make your life a whole lot easier. Students with awaiting result can also apply. 


🚫Don’t go yet, you will be glad you came across this information. Let’s talk little about the assurance of getting admission


What is the assurance of getting admission?:

Yes, i remembered i said the admission is 100% guaranteed. Let me explain.

If you register in any of our centers i will be giving you below, you are among the lucky ones as we help our candidates during the exam period to ensure they get a high score that will enable them apply for any course. This is especially for those that wants to study Engineering, Law or any Medical course.

Also, as an Academic Staff Media and running a partnership with about 85% of the Universities in Nigeria, i also send out list of my candidates to the IJMB portal for recognition which makes the programme a saver bet for our candidates. If its not this centers that i will be listing below, then forget about IJMB as there are so many unaccredited IJMB study centers in Nigeria. Beware


Fees for IJMB:

  • 📍FormN5,000 + (N10,000 for Acceptance fee)
  • 📍School fees – N90,000
  • 📍Exam Fee – N35,000
  • 📍Text book – N15,000 (Optional)
  • 📍The Hostel fee varies with study centers and is not compulsory if you have a place to stay closer to the IJMB Center

📍Total fees – N140,000 (excluding registration fee)

NOTE: You can pay on installment, all you need to do is pay for the form and acceptance fee (N15,000) first. During resumption, you are expected to pay a minimum of (N70,000) the other half can be payed anytime between when you resume and when you will be rounding up the programme.


🚫The registration procedure is very simple, i will give you details on how to enroll for the programme. Just Keep Reading to understand more about the programme


In your mind now, you may be saying “wow the fees are much” but i tell you that the fees are very very much low. This is it:First of all you know that the probability of success through JAMB is 40% which is not guaranteed and even if you’re successful in JAMB, you still need to pass the Post UTME screening exam of your choice of institution to be admitted.

Let’s assume you are going through JAMB, you will be making spending on the following:

  • 📍JAMB form
  • 📍Post UTME form
  • 📍Other Miscellaneous like processing, transport etc

This is the biggest part:When you finally succeed in getting admission into that University, You will have to make payment of the following:

  • 📍Acceptance Fees
  • 📍School Fees
  • 📍Accommodation
  • 📍Other Miscellaneous like text book etc

Now if you should add all you have spend through JAMB and 100level you will find out that you are spending an average of 400k.

Remember when i was telling you why IJMB is the best, i said that it saves you time. How?

Imagine paying 200k for 6month and getting admission into 200level. It saves you time and money because you’re not gonna spend for 100level and you will also meet up with your peers that are in school already.


The 10 Approved state for IJMB you can select from during registration on our portal:

Please note that there are unaccredited center for IJMB in Nigeria, that is why some students will run IJMB and will not still gain admission into 200Level as promised. This is because those centers are not recognized by our board. Running IJMB in any of the accredited centers among these states i will be listing below is 100 percent guaranteed for you. Continue reading as i will be giving the registration procedure shortly

The only accredited centers for IJMB in Nigeria are in 6 states:payment on installment is allowed

  1. 📍Abuja 
  2. 📍Kwara
  3. 📍Lagos 
  4. 📍Rivers
  5. 📍Imo 
  6. 📍Enugu
  7. 📍Oyo
  8. 📍Akwa Ibom 
  9. 📍Ogun 
  10. 📍Edo

🥦Your study center will be generated on your transcript in respect to the state of your choice. You will get the registration procedure before the end of this article. Continue reading…..


This is how the programme is been run❓

After registration, you are going to be running the programme in any of our accredited IJMB centers (Abuja, Kwara, Lagos, Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Imo, Enugu, Oyo, Ogun, Edo) which you selected during registration. After which, we will process your admission through the JAMB direct entry to get admission in accordance with the 2 choice of University you will select after the programme through your IJMB certification into the University of your choice directly into 200Level. Note that you’re not going to be writing any other screening examination aside the IJMB exam. The exam is easy as we are going to be hitting the nail on the head by telling you what you should expect in the exam and the best part is that you will be learning and writing only 3 subjects for the exam, not like WAEC that you will be writing 9 subjects, that’s why i said it’s a saver bet.

On arrival, you will meet students from Rivers, Akwa’Ibom, Benin, Plateau, Lagos, Oyo, Ondo, Ekiti, Kogi, Delta, Benue, Bayelsa, Abia, Imo, Enugu etc.

Distance should not be your problem as we have comfortable hostels at each of our centers to accommodate our candidates coming from far or near which is part of your fees, though not compulsory.

Scroll down if you want to see the list of Universities that accepts IJMB


How to Enroll for IJMB (Transcript is #1,500)

🚫Our attention has been drawn to certain publications on some websites, blogs & social media where some person(s) claim to be our representatives with an aim of defrauding unsuspecting applicants by requesting for monies to be paid into their accounts. Kindly be informed that we have no connection with any of these person(s) or website(s), as they are clearly fraudulent and should be ignored. Please and please, do not make payment to any account online for IJMB registration who claims to be our representative. Every registration must be done at your study center after generating your transcript. Beware of Fraudsters…!!


The registration is on-going: Follow this steps below to enroll for IJMB👇🏼

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Step 1 (Generating your transcript):

Your transcript will contain the following information:

📍Your Registration Pin
📍Address of your study center
📍Contact of your center coordinator 


To get your Transcript: The transcript is N1,500. You are to make payment to:


Account No: 0811003731,
Bank Name: Access Bank,
Acct Name: Samphina Academy.

The mode of payment is through bank transfer or bank deposit 


The following information will be needed to generate your transcript:

  • 📍Payment Details (For Transfer:Send the account name you transferred money from | For Deposit:Snap and send the deposit receipt)
  • 📍Full name (Surname, Firstname, Lastname)
  • 📍Email Address (The email address should be valid)
  • 📍Date of Birth (e.g 10th September, 1997)
  • 📍Course of Study (This is the courses you wish to study)
  • 📍State of Choice (you are to choose among Rivers, Lagos, Imo, Abuja, Kwara, Akwa Ibom, Enugu and Oyo)
  • 📍Phone Number (must be active)

The three(3) ways in which you can send us your information are:


  • Through our email address “samphina.academy@gmail.com” 
  • Through Text Message to “08143831497” 
  • Through WhatsApp click to start chat 

Your transcript will be sent to your email address and also a copy to you on WhatsApp if you use the WhatsApp means


Step 2 (Confirming your study center):

At this stage you are expected to print out your transcript. Your registration pin, study center and phone number of your center coordinator is been stated in your transcript. You are to report at your study center with the original copy of your transcript for identification. While going to your study center, go with the following requirements.

  • 📍 6 Passport (Should be white background)
  • 📍 O’ Level Result (Not required if you are applying with awaiting result
  • 📍Original Copy of your transcript (don’t forget to make a photocopy of your transcript)
  • 📍N15,000 for registration fee (N5k for form & N10k for acceptance fee)

👂🏼Please note that you are not paying money for registration online as that will be done at your study center. The #1,500 is just to generate a transcript for you which contains your registration pin, address of your study center and the contact of your center coordinator.


Step 3 (Completing you registration):

Samphina Approved

After verifying your study center, your center coordinator will direct you on how to complete your registration using the pin stated on your transcript. (Registration fee is N15,000)

The registration fee is #15,000 (#5,000 for form and #10,000 for acceptance)


For enquiry, call Dir. Obiora @ 08143831497 or use the button below to chat him up on WhatsApp👇🏼


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20 Subjects Offered in IJMB

🔰There are twenty subjects offered in IJMB and are listed below:

〽You will be learning only 3 subjects from the list for the nine month and that is the only subject you will be writing during the exam.

〽The subject you will be learning depends on the course you want to apply for.

  1. 📍Accounting
  2. 📍Arabic
  3. 📍Biology
  4. 📍Business Management
  5. 📍Chemistry
  6. 📍Christian Religious Studies
  7. 📍Economics
  8. 📍Geography
  9. 📍Geology
  10. 📍Government
  11. 📍Hausa
  12. 📍History
  13. 📍Islamic Studies
  14. 📍Literature in English
  15. 📍Mathematics
  16. 📍Physics
  17. 📍Sociology
  18. 📍ADVANCED LEVEL MATHEMATICS
  19. 📍ORDINARY LEVEL ENGLISH LANGUAGE
  20. 📍ORDINARY LEVEL MATHEMATICS

115 Universities that accepts IJMB for 200level

Theses are the Universities you can be admitted with your certificate at the end of the programme. (you can click on each of the universities below to see the complete list of courses offered in the university)

  1. 🖍Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi
  2. 🖍Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
  3. 🖍Achievers University, Owo
  4. 🖍Adeleke University, Ede
  5. 🖍Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti,Ekiti State
  6. 🖍African University Science & Technology, Abuja
  7. 🖍Ajayi Crowther University, Ibadan
  8. 🖍Al Hikmah University, Ilorin
  9. 🖍American University Of Nigerian, Yola
  10. 🖍Abia State University, Uturu.
  11. 🖍Adamawa State University, Mubi
  12. 🖍Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba
  13. 🖍Akwa Ibom State University Of Technology, Uyo
  14. 🖍Anambra State University Of Science & Technolgy, Uli
  15. 🖍Bayero University, Kano
  16. 🖍Bauchi State University, Gaudau
  17. 🖍Benue State University, Makurdi
  18. 🖍Bakar Abba Ibrahim University, Damaturu
  19. 🖍Babcock University, Ilishn Remo
  20. 🖍Baze University
  21. 🖍Bells University Of Technolgy, Otta
  22. 🖍Benson Idahosa University, Benin City
  23. 🖍Bingham University, New Karu
  24. 🖍Bowen University, Iwo
  25. 🖍Caleb University, Lagos
  26. 🖍Caritas University, Enugu
  27. 🖍CETEP City University, Lagos
  28. 🖍Covenant University, Ota
  29. 🖍Crawford University Igbesa
  30. 🖍Crescent University
  31. 🖍Cross River State University Of Science & Technology, Calabar
  32. 🖍Delta State University, Abraka
  33. 🖍Elizade University, Ilara Mokin
  34. 🖍Evangel University, Akaeze ountain University, Osogbo
  35. 🖍Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki
  36. 🖍Ekiti State University
  37. 🖍Enugu State University Of Science And Technology, Enugu
  38. 🖍Federal University, Gashau
  39. 🖍Federal University Of Petroleum Resources, Effurun
  40. 🖍Federal University Of Technology, Akure
  41. 🖍Federal University Of Technology, Minna
  42. 🖍Federal University, Duste, Jigwa State
  43. 🖍Federal University, Dustin-Ma, Kastina
  44. 🖍Federal University, Kashere, Gombe State
  45. 🖍Federal University , Lafia, Nasarawa State
  46. 🖍Federal University, Lokoja, Kogi State
  47. 🖍Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa
  48. 🖍Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, Ekit State
  49. 🖍Federal University, Wukari, Taraba State
  50. 🖍Federal University, Binin Kebbi.
  51. 🖍Federal University, Gusua.
  52. 🖍Gombe State University, Gombe
  53. 🖍Godfrey Okoye University, Ugwuomu Nike,Enugu State
  54. 🖍Gregory University, Uturu
  55. 🖍Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapia
  56. 🖍Ignatius Ajuru University Of Education, Rumuolumeni
  57. 🖍Imo State University,owerri
  58. 🖍Igbinedion University Okada
  59. 🖍Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji Arakeji
  60. 🖍Kaduna State University, Kaduna
  61. 🖍Kano University Of Science & Technology, Wudil
  62. 🖍Kebbi State University, Kebbi
  63. 🖍Kogi Stae University, Anyigba
  64. 🖍Kwara State University, Ilorin
  65. 🖍Kastina University, Kastina
  66. 🖍Landmark University, Omu-Aran
  67. 🖍Lead City University, Ibadan
  68. 🖍Ladoke Akintola University Of Technology, Ogbomoso
  69. 🖍Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos
  70. 🖍Modibbo Adama University Of Technology, Yola
  71. 🖍Madonna University, Okija
  72. 🖍Mcpherson University, Seriki Sotaya, Ajebo
  73. 🖍Nigerian Turkish Nile University, Abuja
  74. 🖍Novena University, Ogume
  75. 🖍National Open University Of Nigeria
  76. 🖍Nnamdi Azikwe University, Awka
  77. 🖍Nasarawa State University, Keffi
  78. 🖍Niger Delta University, Yenagoa
  79. 🖍Northwest University, Kano
  80. 🖍Ondo State University Of Science & Technology, Okitipupa
  81. 🖍Osun State University, Oshogbo
  82. 🖍Obong University, Ipetumodu, Osun State
  83. 🖍Pan African University, Lagos
  84. 🖍Paul University Awka anambra State
  85. 🖍Plateau State University, Bokkos
  86. 🖍River State University Of Science & Technology
  87. 🖍Redeemer’s Universiy, Mowe
  88. 🖍Renaissance University, Enugu
  89. 🖍Rhema University, Obeama Asa Rivers State
  90. 🖍Sokoto State University, Sokoto
  91. 🖍Tai Solarin Univ. Of Education, Ijebu Ode
  92. 🖍Taraba State University, Jalingo
  93. 🖍Technical University, Ibadan
  94. 🖍University Of Abuja, Gwagwalada
  95. 🖍University Of Agriculture, Abeokuta
  96. 🖍University Of Agriculture, Makurdi
  97. 🖍University Of Benin
  98. 🖍University Of Calabar
  99. 🖍University Of Ibadan
  100. 🖍University Of Ilorin
  101. 🖍University Of Jos
  102. 🖍University Of Maiduguri
  103. 🖍University Of Uyo
  104. 🖍Usmanu Danfodiyo University
  105. 🖍Salem University, Lokoja
  106. 🖍Samuel Adegboyega University, Ogwa
  107. 🖍Southwestern University, Oku Owa
  108. 🖍Tansian University, Umuya
  109. 🖍University Of Mkar, Mkar
  110. 🖍Umaru Musa-Adua University, Kastina
  111. 🖍Veritas University
  112. 🖍Wellspring University, Evbuobanosa Edo State
  113. 🖍Wesley Univ. Of Science & Tech., Ondo
  114. 🖍Western Delta University, Oghara
  115. 🖍Wukari Jubilee University, Wukari

Subject Combination for IJMB

Medicine and Surgery:

Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Agricultural Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Computer Science:

Mathematics, Physics and one of Biology, Chemistry, Agric Science, Economics and Geography.

Biochemistry:

Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Biological Sciences:

Biology, Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics.

Physics:

Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry or Biology.

Mathematics:

Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology and Agricultural Science.

Chemistry:

Chemistry and two of Physics, Biology and Mathematics.

Nursing:

Physics, Biology and Chemistry.

Food, Science and Technology:

Chemistry, Mathematics / Physics and Agric Science.

Pharmacy:

Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Industrial Chemistry:

Chemistry, Mathematics and any of Physics/Biology/Agricultural Science.

Fisheries:

Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and any other Science subject.

Geology:

Any three Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Biology and Geography.

Geography:

Geography and any two of Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Agricultural Science.

Surveying an Geoinformatics:

Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

Statistics:

Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry, biology

Building:

Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

Microbiology:

Biology, Chemistry and either Physics or Mathematics.

Botany:

Biology, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

Zoology:

Biology and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Pure and Applied Mathematics:

Mathematics, Physics and Biology or Agric Science or Chemistry or Geography.

Agriculture:

Chemistry, Biology/Agriculture and any one of Physics and Mathematics.

Agricultural Economics:

Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science and Mathematics.

Agric-Extension:

Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.

Agronomy:

Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture and Physics or Mathematics.

Animal Production and Science:

Chemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Physics/Mathematics.

Crop Production and Science:

Chemistry, Biology/Agriculture and Mathematics or Physics.

Soil Science:

Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.

Veterinary Science:

Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Forestry:

Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture and Physics or Mathematics.

Civil Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Chemical Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Computer Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Electrical Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Electronic Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Marine Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Mechanical Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Petroleum and Gas Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Systems Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Structural Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Production and Industrial Engineering:

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Architecture:

Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

Quantity Surveying:

Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

Urban and Regional Planning:

Geography and one of Economics, Physics, Chemistry.

Estate Management:

Mathematics, Economics and one other subject

Anatomy:

Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry or Physics.

Dentistry:

Chemistry, Biology and one Science subject.

Medical Laboratory Science:

Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Medical Rehabilitation:

Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Physiology:

Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Physiotherapy:

Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Radiography:

Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Veterinary Medicine:

Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Accountancy:

Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject.

Business Administration:

Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject.

Public Administration:

Government, Economics and any other subject.

Banking and Finance:

Mathematics, one Social Science subject and any other subject.

Economics:

Mathematics, Economics and any of Government, History, Geography, Literature in English, French and CRK/IRK.

Demography and Social Statistics:

Mathematics, Economics/Geography and any other subject.

Geography:

Geography and two other Arts or Social Science subjects.

Library Science:

Any three Arts or Social Science subjects.

Mass Communication:

Any three from Arts or Social Science subjects.

Sociology:

Three Social Science or Arts subjects.

Political Science:

Government or History plus two other Social Science/Arts subjects.

Philosophy:

Government and any other two subjects.

Psychology:

Any three subjects from Arts or Social Science.

Social Works:

Mathematics, Economics/Geography and any other subject.

Sociology and Anthropology:

Three Social Science or Arts Subjects.

Industrial Relations:

Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant subject.

Human Resources Management:

Economics, Government and any other relevant subjects.

International Relations:

Economics, Literature- in English and Geography/Government/History.

Business Management:

Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

Cooperative and Rural Development:

Mathematics, Economics plus one other subject.

Tourism:

Mathematics, Economics and any other subject.

Marketing:

Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant Subject.

Insurance:

Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

Arabic and Islamic Studies:

Arabic and Two subjects from Arts and/or Social Sciences.

Christian Religious Studies:

Two Arts subjects including Christian Religious Knowledge and any other subject.

Fine and Applied Arts:

Fine Art and two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.

Theatre Arts:

Lit. in English and two other relevant subjects.

Linguistics:

Lit. in English, TWO relevant Arts subjects

English and International Studies:

Literature in English, Government or History or any other Arts subjects.

French:

French and any other two subjects from Arts and Social Sciences.

English Language:

Lit.-in-English, one other Arts subject and another Arts or Social Science subject.

Hausa:

Hausa, Lit in English and any of Economics, Government, History and Arabic.

History and International Studies:

History/Government and any other two subjects from Arts & Social Science.

Islamic Studies:

Islamic Religious Studies plus two other Arts subjects.

Igbo:

Igbo and two subjects from Arts and social Sciences.

Mass Communication:

Any three Arts and Social Science subjects.

Music:

Music, one other Arts subject plus any other subject.

Philosophy:

Any three related subjects.

Religious Studies:

CRK/IRS and any two other subjects.

Yoruba:

Yoruba and two other subjects in Arts or Social Sciences.

Anthropology:

Any three of History, CRK/IRK, Geography, Economics, Literature in English and French.

Criminology and Security Studies:

English, Economics, Government, and any one of the following:History, Geography, Literature in English, igbo, French, IRK, Hausa.

Law:

Literature, Economics and any other Art Subject.

Civil Law:

Any three Arts or Social Science subjects.

Islamic / Sharia Law:

Any three Arts or Social Science subjects including Arabic or Islamic Studies


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Samuel Obiora Blessed is the CEO and founder of Samphina Academy (samphina.com.ng) a.k.a Nigeria Students Media, the youngest engineering graduate of Federal Polytechnic Nekede in 2017 and the engine brain behind this great platform. He is the man behind the scene, filled with many potentials, a musician as well as a pro developer with the interest of Nigerian students at heart.

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