The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has increased the registration fees ahead of next year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

In an official statement shared by JAMB, the updated registration fees were outlined as follows: Seven Thousand, Seven Hundred Naira Only,(N7,700 )for UTME registration inclusive of a mock examination, and Six Thousand Two Hundred Naira Only (N6,200) for UTME registration without mock examination.


Before the recent adjustment, the cost of the JAMB form without a mock exam stood at Five Thousand Seven Hundred Naira (N5,700) and the application form inclusive of a mock exam was priced at Six Thousand Seven Hundred Naira (N6,700).

The board also said the application documents for foreign candidates will now be available at 30 dollars.


JAMB is expected to give a comprehensive breakdown of the fees when it unveils the registration details on or before the 15th of January, 2024.

In addition to UTME registration adjustments, JAMB has released information on the registration period for the sale of Direct Entry (DE) application documents in 2024; notifying candidates that the creation of Profiles for registration had officially started, while the sale of application documents would commence on Monday 15th January, 2024.


The sale of Direct Entry application documents is scheduled to kick off on the 28th of February, 2024 and will conclude on the 28th of March, 2024

Aspiring candidates were advised to stay informed about JAMB’s official announcements and guidelines to ensure a seamless and successful registration process