How to Become Our Partner?
Being a Partner is very different from an informal connection to IJMB, with many benefits and advantages to working closely with and benefiting from the support of the CEPED NIGERIA.
The term Partner, rather than member, is used to underline the emphasis on the partnership mode of networking and the close relationship that is built between the Programme and its Partner constituents.
The Benefits of Becoming a Partner
IJMB NIGERIA provides a Partner with services such as:
- Being part of a global platform, with a voice and influence at national and international discussions;
- A channel through which to establish contact with other Partners, including the right to participate at the annual meeting (Consulting Partners meeting);
- Guidance on identifying critical needs for the sustainable management of students.
- An opportunity to contribute to the development of the concept of student-teacher relation.
- Access to IJMB information , brochures and various Partner newsletters, etc.
This website offers some complimentary features, such as exclusive access to find IJMB past questions and answers, check for students IJMB results and IJMB course catalogue.
Who can become a Partner?
Any entity, except individuals, may become a Partner of the Network. These typically include States, national, regional and local Government Institutions, Intergovernmental Organizations, international and national Non-governmental Organizations, Academic Institutions and Research Institutions, Companies, service providers in the public sector, or any such entity which recognizes the principles of IJMB Examinations endorsed by the Network and is committed to these principles (as outlined in the application to be a Partner).
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Learn more about the role of a Partner in our Network
What about Individuals?
The CEPED NIGERIA Statutes specify that individuals cannot become Partners of IJMB NIGERIA. However, individuals are important contributors to the work of the CEPED EDURESOURCE
The development of the our network and partnerships has been built on the efforts of both institutions and individuals. The institutional approach has a greater potential to promote learning.