JAMB Change of Institution/Course Not Reflecting Update [Solution]

If you have done JAMB change of institution or change of course and it is not reflecting, this update is for you. Many candidates have attempted to change their institutions (universities, polytechnics and colleges) and courses, but after they did that, they proceed to the school’s Post-UTME website only to find out that they cannot register for the Post-UTME.

Someone did change of institution from University of Ibadan, UI to University of Ilorin, UNILORIN but was shocked that she couldn’t register for UNILORIN Post-UTME. This is a known issue and candidates are implored to be patient.

Change of Institution/Course Not Reflecting

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JAMB Change of Institution/Course Not Reflecting Update (Solution)

Here is the official message from the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB). It reads:

All candidates that have made changes (change of institution/course) and it has not been reflected should kindly be patient. A comprehensive list would be sent to all Institutions soon.

Candidates are hereby implored to be patient and not make rash decisions by reverting to the schools they previously chose. JAMB is aware of this situation and is currently acting on it.

You can check the list of schools who have started Post-UTME registration, their cut-off marks and when registration will close for the 2017/2018 academic session.

ALSO SEE: JAMB Official Deadline for 2018/2019 Admission Exercise

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