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JAMB List of Most Sought after Universities in Nigeria 2015



I have been writing JAMB for the pass five (5) years now without scoring more than 202/400. I want to study accounting at the University of Lagos. My parents are no longer interested in my education since they are now tired of my constant failure in JAMB. My peers now see me as an unserious person who has no plan for her life. I am now thinking of getting married to my five months old fiancée’ who wants to marry me, but due to my university plans, I have been saying no to him. Please, I am not getting any younger, so tell me: is there any easy way to gain admission in Nigeria?

Seriously, that could be you saying these words, but I tell you, if the story of the girl above resonates with your present circumstance, then that circumstance is about to change for the better.
Admission in Nigeria is getting harder by the year and this even has great consequences for those who are still looking for admission since they are greeted with the ever increasing figures of both new and old competitors every year. A lot of JAMBites are asking the very same question posed by the girl above. If you are in that category, here are some recommended articles for you:

With the 2015 JAMB UTME registration officially closed, Nigerian Scholars Team have compiled the list of most sought after universities.

Out of the over 180 universities in Nigeria, University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) has the highest number of JAMB UTME applicants with over 85,945 candidates seeking admission into the institution. This is followed by the University of Benin (UNIBEN) with over 60,020 applicants, and Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka (UNIZIK) with over 58,410 UTME applicants.

Recommended – 7 Ways to Answer JAMB-UTME CBT Questions (You Need Not Fear The New Development)

The 4th, 5th, and 6th most popular higher institutions are the University of Nigeria, Nsukka – UNN(57,539 applicants), Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria – ABU(52,785 applicants), and the University of Lagos – UNILAG(49,059 applicants) respectively.
The full list can be downloaded from the link below:

2015/2016 JAMB Statistics For All Universities

Note: The list can best be viewed with a computer or other pdf enabled devices.

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1 Comment

  • Micheal A

    Gaining admission is really getting more stressful day by day. Many will find these your resources very useful.