This part of the JAMB brochure shows you the requirements to apply for Health Information Management under the Faculty of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences in Nigerian polytechnics and monotechnics. You will see the UTME subject combination needed to apply for the course, O’level requirements for UTME candidates, requirements for Direct Entry candidates, as well as other information you require to successfully apply for the course.
List of Polytechnics / Monotechnics that Offer Health Information Management
- Abia State College Of Health Sciences And Management Technology
- Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital
- Ogun State College Of Health Technology
- Rivers State College Of Arts And Science
JAMB UTME Subject Combination
In UTME, note that English Language is mandatory for all courses. The other three subjects required to study Health Information Management under the Faculty of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences in the institutions listed above are:
(i) LUTH requires any three subjects from Biology, Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry.
(ii) SHIM-UBTH – Mathematics is not Compulsory.
O’Level Requirements for UTME Candidates
To apply for Health Information Management as a UTME candidate, you require: Mathematics,
and any two from
Requirements for Direct Entry Candidates
To apply for Health Information Management as a Direct Entry candidate, you require: (i) LUTH requires five O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry or Physics and other subject.
(ii) SHIM-UCH and SHIM-UBTH require five O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Mathematics, Biology/Health Science, Chemistry/Physics and any other subject as course requirement.
(iii) SHIM-UCH requires any Mathematics, Biology, Physics/Chemistry and Biology as UTME subjects.
(iv) OAUTHC requires Mathematics, Biology and any one of Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Economics and Government as UTME subjects.
(v) SHIM-UMTH requires Mathematics and Biology/Health Science and any other one subject as UTME subject.
Credit: JAMB Interactive Brochure and Syllabus System