Here is the List of Polytechnics That Admit Without JAMB in Nigeria

Many Nigerian students wanting to gain admission into Nigerian polytechnics and universities are finding it hard, simply because they can’t score high marks in the JAMB exams to get direct admission in state and federal universities.

JAMB exams are getting harder and because of the mass collapse in JAMB, people find it tough to get admission, rather they turn their head into the polytechnics.

Even though they pass, they will still find it hard to get in because of the cut-off points mentioned by the University for a specific course. Students who have written JAMB before, knows the problems of sitting down and writing the same JAMB exams each year.

Most times, they get frustrated and worn-out; the student will try to find different options or solutions that will help them enter University on time, rather than sitting down each year until you pass the JAMB examinations.

In this article, I will show you a list of polytechnic that admit without JAMB in Nigeria. All you need as a candidate is to score a 160 or over in JAMB.

List of Polytechnic That Admit Without JAMB

  • Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (Mapoly)
  • Osun State Polytechnic (Osun poly)
  • The Polytechnic, Ibadan (Ibadan poly)
  • Institute of Management and Technology (IMT Enugu)
  • Plateau State Polytechnic (Plateau state poly)

Keep in mind that this list of polytechnic that admit without JAMB is not complete, but you have other programs you can apply for without JAMB in various polytechnics in Nigeria.

You just need to make sure you do your research about other polytechnics so that you can stand a better chance of admission if your UTME score is between 160 and 180.



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