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Study Centres in Yobe State for IJMBE, JUPEB, CAMBRIDGE etc.

CERD Nigeria provided services i.e IJMBE, JUPEB, CAMBRIDGE etc, is been operated in different institutions among other study centres nationwide, but not all these study centres are accredited. It is for this reason, we advise prospective candidates to register with us to our partnering study centres which are affiliated among other benefits.
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YOBE STATE OVERVIEW:

Yobe state is located in north central part of Nigeria. The state was named after Komadugu Yobe (Waube or Ouobe) or River Yobe (or River of Yo). In Kanuri, 'komadugu' means 'river', 'a mass of water' or literally 'water place'. It is also called River Yo or Yeou because it passes through a town of the same name and it enters Chad at the town of Bosso. The state lies mainly in the dry savannah belt. It is noted as an agricultural state, it also has rich fishing grounds and mineral deposits of gypsum, kaolin and quartz. The state's agricultural products include, gum arabic, groundnut, beans and cotton. The state is also said to have one of the largest cattle markets in West Africa located in Potiskum. There are five major ethnic groups in the state, these groups are the Kanuri, Fulani, karekare, Bade and Hausa.


STUDY CENTRES IN YOBE STATE:

CERD NIGERIA partnering study centre is located in the state capital. Hence, owing to the limited numbers of students our partnering centres can accommodate, the specific name and address of the study centre would be known during candidates online registration. This is so because, candidates are expected to choose a centre of his/her choice depending on the centres that are still available (i.e not yet filled up) at the time of their registration. Therefore, it is advisable for prospective candidates to register in time, in other to meet up with their desired study centre location. Thereafter the online registration, the name and address of the candidates chosen study centres will be on candidates registration printout, Thus candidates are expected to proceed to his/her chosen study centre for clearance and resumption.


INSTITUTIONS ACCEPTING OUR CERTIFICATE IN YOBE STATE:

CERD Nigeria programmes i.e IJMBE, JUPEB, CAMBRIDGE GCE certificate is presently accepted in more than 80% of Nigeria Universities, below are list of possible tertiary institutions candidates can further his/her studies after successful completion of any of our programme in yobe state:
  • Bukar Abba University
  • Yobe State University
  • Federal College of Education
  • State Polytechnic
  • Federal Polytechnic
  • and many more


HOW TO APPLY IN YOBE STATE:

Registration for 2017/18 academic session is ongoing, Enrol with us to any of our partnering accredited Study centres closer to your location with moderate fees today. The registration is strictly online on this website only, To register candidates are required to follow the instructions at our >>Begin Registration page.


ENQUIRIES:

For further information contact us on 0700-CERDNIGERIA (0700-23736443742), 08166609890, 07084844897 or visit the >>Contact Us page for other alternatives.


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