FOREIGN LINKS CAMPUS

WELCOME ADDRESS BY THE CHAIRMAN

Welcome to IJMB Website, Foreign Links Campus, Moro, Ife-North, Osun State, assisting students to secure direct admission into 200 Level in various universities, Nigeria and Abroad.

The Institution was established to provide qualitative and reliable educational assessment, encouraging academic and moral excellence and promoting sustainable human resource development.

Hundreds of Thousands of students apply and sit for UTME yearly but only about 20% are successful in securing admission into Nigeria universities. Most of these candidates, who fail to secure admission, reapply in subsequent years thereby worsening the admission burden in Nigerian Universities. Even for those who come off successful with over 200 score in UTME, some of them end up not being able to secure admission. The worst dilemma is that they cannot use the result in the following year, as UTME result is only valid for one (1) year, as against the IJMB result which has no expiry date.

This is particularly why IJMB Advanced Level programme is a better recommendation. Other Advanced level programmes, apart from IJMB include NAGCE, CAMBRIDGE, among others.

The IJMB Advanced Level programme runs for a period of two semesters, after which a successful IJMB student graduates into 200 level in the University through direct entry. All courses are available for IJMB programme.

Candidates seeking admission into the IJMB programme must possess a minimum of 5 Credits in relevant o’level subjects from WAEC, NECO or NABTEB in not more than two sittings. Awaiting result can also apply for the IJMB programme.

Lectures on IJMB programme are guided by the approved IJMB syllabus and the contents of the IJMB syllabus cover University 100 level syllabus and above, which must be taught within a period of two semesters.

The entire IJMB examination process is moderated by the IJMB headquaters, ABU, Zaria together with JAMB-approved moderators at the approved IJMB affiliated institutions.

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