University Admission Made Easy! No JAMB, No IJMB, No JUPEB, No Entrance Exam: Fill the Application Form Below

(Last Updated On: June 22, 2018)


Please Read Through This Page Before Filling The Application Form. As you might have known, getting University Admission through JAMB/UTME, IJMB, and JUPEB is no longer as easy as it used to be. It has now become competitive due to the high number of candidates seeking for admission through JAMB/UTME, IJMB, and JUPEB every year. Consider the facts below and see why getting admission through JAMB/UTME, IJMB and JUPEB is difficult.

According to National Universities Commission (NUC), the admission capacity of all universities in Nigeria is approximately 400,000. Going by the new policy of Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), 90% of this capacity shall be filled through JAMB/UTME while only 10% shall be filled by Direct Entry (that is,  IJMB, JUPEB, NCE, OND, HND, Cambridge A’ level, Advanced Level GCE, and Professional Certifications). In other words, the admission quota for JAMB/UTME is 360,000 while the admission quota of Direct Entry is 40,000. Out of the 40,000 for Direct Entry, the admission quota for IJMB is 15,000, the one for JUPEB is 10,000, the one for NCE/OND/HND is 10,000 while the quota for Cambridge A Level, Advanced level GCE, and Professional Certifications is 5,000. However, if the 10% for Direct Entry is not utilized, it may be added to the JAMB/UTME quota. Consequently if any one of these modes of direct entry (that is, IJMB, JUPEB, NCE/OND/HND, Cambridge A’ Level/Advanced Level GCE/Professional Certifications) fail to fill their quota it will be added to the JAMB/UTME quota.

Now that you have known the admission quota, let us now check out the number of applicants for each of them. Reports from the National Universities Commission (NUC) revealed that 1.5 million candidates write the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) every year. This means that out of the 1.5 million candidates, only 360,000 candidates shall be admitted while over 1.1 million candidates will not be admitted. Have you now seen why many candidates have been writing JAMB/UTME every year without any hope of admission? According to information on the official website of IJMB, 20,000 applicants put in for the programme annually. Going by their admission quota, it means only 15,000 candidates will get admission while 5,000 candidates will not. With level of aggressive marketing that IJMB has adopted, more candidates will be applying for the programme. What this means, of course, is that more candidates writing the exam will not get admission because of the restriction on their quota. It is estimated that over 120,000 candidates seek for Direct Entry admission with NCE/OND/HND annually. This implies that only 10,000 candidates will be admitted while over 110,000 will not be admitted. Surprisingly, only 2,000 candidates seek for Direct Entry admission through Cambridge A’ Level/Advanced Level GCE/Professional Certifications annually. What this implies is that the 2,000 candidates always get admitted while the remaining 3,000 quota is always added to JAMB/UTME quota.

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From the analysis above, the Direct Entry admission quota of 5,000 candidates assigned to Cambridge A’ Level/Advanced Level GCE/Professional Certifications is not being utilized because the number of applicants are only 2,000. This is why it is almost impossible to see any one with these results that is not in school. The low number of applicants for this categroy of Direct Entry could be attributed to the ignorance of university aspirants. Some of the aspirants are not well-informed and ignorant of the quota system in admission and other educational policies of educational regulatory bodies. Now, you can see that University Admission is easy! NO JAMB/UTME, NO IJMB, NO JUPEB, NO Entrance Exam.

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How then can we be of help to you to enable you get University Admission easily without JAMB/UTME, without IJMB, without JUPEB, and without Entrance Exam? Our school/organization, Bizadfin Resources, is an accredited study center for Cambridge A’ Level, Advanced Level GCE, and various professional exams like ICAN, ACCA, Chartered Institute of Commerce of Nigeria (CICN), Nigeria Institute of Science and Technology, HSC, etc. Below is the list of Courses and Universities that accept Cambridge A’ Level/Advanced Level GCE/Professional Certifications for Direct Entry Admission.

List of Courses Available in the Cambridge A’ Level/Advanced Level GCE/Professional Certifications


  • Accounting
  • Banking and Finance
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Marketing
  • International Relations
  • Public Administration
  • Transport Management
  • Security Operation Management
  • Industrial Relations & Personnel Management


  • Theatre Arts
  • English Language
  • History
  • Linguistics
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Religious Studies


  • Criminology
  • Mass Communication
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology


  • Educational Management
  • Guidance & Counseling


  • Architecture
  • Building
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical/Electronics Engineering
  • Metallurgical & Material Engineering


  • Law


  • Nursing/Nursing Science
  • Medical Laboratory Science
  • Medicine and Surgery
  • Pharmacy
  • Physiology
  • Physiotherapy
  • Dentistry


  • Biochemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Geology
  • Geophysics
  • Microbiology
  • Statistics
  • Telecommunication Science.

List of Universities that Accept Cambridge A’ Level/Advanced Level GCE/Professional Certifications

Without any iota of exaggeration, all universities in Nigeria including UNILAG, UNIBEN, UNN, UNIZIK, UNILORIN, UI, FUTO, LAUTECH, FUTA, DELSU, RSUST, ESUTECH, FUTMINNA, UNIOSUN, BUK, etc accept Cambridge A’ Level/Advanced Level GCE/Professional Certifications

Our Study Center is in Lagos. We have made accommodation available for those who are coming from outside Lagos.


The study duration is 1-2 years depending on your level of understanding.

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The school fees comprises of both lesson fees and the A’ Level exam registration fees. For the sake of flexibility and affordability, it is N17,500 per month. However, a student must pay for at least 3 months before commencing lectures.


Fill the application form below. After filling it click on submit and a confirmation page will appear telling you that your application is successful.

After that, the next is to pay the application fee of N10,000 plus 3 months school fees. You can decide to pay it at our office or pay through the bank.

Please don’t fill the application form if you are not ready to pay for the application fee and the 3 months school fees, and don’t pay the application fee and the 3 months school fees if you are not ready to commence lectures immediately.

After making your payment, you are eligible to attend lectures.

For more information, call 08022292404 for further inquiries.

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23 thoughts on “University Admission Made Easy! No JAMB, No IJMB, No JUPEB, No Entrance Exam: Fill the Application Form Below

  1. I have NCE in Social Studies Edu from FCE Pankshin and I to apply 4 History.Wil I be admitted?

    1. Forget about long process guys I wrote jamb and jupeb I was not sure I will pass until I get I touch with an hacker from united kingdom (uk) who gave me 15 point in my jupeb your can whatsapp him +441429650015 , work with him and thank me later

  2. Hello, pls I’m not completely clear on the information provided. If I start this year nd it takes me 2years to complete my course of study, will I take an exam at d end of d programme?
    Nd If I do, let’s say I pass, what level will I get into in d university of my choice?

    Pls reply. Thanks.

  3. Pls is this a-level program and can you tell me the amount for school fees is the program a 2 year program

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