2013/2014 Admissions: How To Get Your JAMB Admission Letter

The Joint admission And matriculation Board(JAMB) responsible for admission and matriculation into the Nigerian Tertiary Institutions, requires all admitted students, To safe guard their hard earned admission, by Getting their verified JAMB admission letter from the board, which details the Candidates admission status, including:
• Institution
• Faculty
• Department and
• Level

In which such a students is admitted to study.

Candidates obtaining their admission Letter, are to first find out from their Institution‘s requirements, if they are to obtain this admission certificate personally, as in the case of the Obafemi Awolowo University(OAUIFE), or If it would be given to them at their Institution, as in the Case of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka(UNN).

Regardless of the Case, admitted persons interested in obtaining their admission Letters, are to follow the simple steps below:
1. Visit any office of the Joint Admission And Matriculation Board(JAMB) in your state. There is always an office in every State. Popular places are: A. Lagos Island- Lagos
B. Bwari Abuja(Headquarters).
For the List of JAMB offices in the 36 states of Nigeria, Click here now to view

2. Obtain the JAMB ADMISSION LETTER SCRATCH card at the JAMB office for a Price of One Thousand Naira Only(N1,000)

3. Proceed to Any Cyber Cafe Nearest to You
4. Visit the JAMB Official Website on www.jamb.org.ng
5. Click on “PRINT ADMISSION LETTER” under the specified Year
6. Enter your card Details and the JAMB registration Number.
7. Print The Displayed admission Letter in “COLOURED FORMAT”

Hope this would guide you through the easy process, as you proceed for clearance at Your Institution.

We wish You All The Best.

Obasi. D. C. Chinedu
VNTI Nigeria


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