The prime focus of our tutorial college is to help students achieve the results to further their education and ambitions in life.
Why choose Zamani College?
Established in 1986, we’ve gone from strength in providing short- and long-term courses for students working for SSCE, JAMB, Cambridge IGCSE, O and A Level and, since 2010, the NCUK International Foundation Year (IFY).
The advantages of good results
With uncertain employment and strong competition for places in higher education, good examination results are essential. Our courses help students to achieve the best possible results in public examinations by giving them the tuition and preparation needed to face examinations with greater confidence and to perform to the best of their ability on exam day.
Which is the course for you?
Please take a look at the following courses to discover more:
To gain top grades the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE) demands a high level of commitment and study from its successful candidates. However, sometimes students fail to gain their required credits owing to circumstances beyond their control.
Zamani College, therefore, aims to provide such students with the necessary learning environment to enable them to succeed the second time around in their SSCE.
Courses start three times a year (January, May and September) and vary in length from a single term to two years.
Core subjects for each course are English Language, Mathematics, Biology and Economics while additional subjects may be selected from Physics, Chemistry, Geography, History, Government and Literature in English. Additional subjects can be included on request.
Full-time and part-time courses for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)
usually, last 14 weeks. Students concentrate purely on the subjects selected for the examination and the course covers all aspects of the JAMB syllabus in their chosen subjects. Coursework and mock examinations are specifically oriented to the UTME format.
The JAMB course is available in the subjects listed below:
|Use of English (Compulsory for all students)||Economics|
|Physics||Literature in English|
Additional subjects can be included in the JAMB programme on request.
The part-time course runs from 2.45 – 6.00 pm each weekday.
Full-time preparatory courses are available for Cambridge IGCSE, O and A Level examinations. The courses culminate in examinations held in May/June and November/December.
The A Level course is available for students who have at least 6 good credits (a minimum of grade B in O Level or C4 in SSCE) and usually lasts 18 months with courses starting in January and September.
Special weekend or vacation classes prepare exam year students for science practical examinations – an area which is often neglected in the rush to cover the syllabus.
These classes give students practice in handling science equipment and confidence in carrying out experiments under the guidance of our seasoned science staff.
A 4-week holiday programme is organised each August for students about to enter JS1-SS3 with classes beginning at 9.30 a.m. and ending at 1.00 p.m. each weekday.
Subjects covered for junior secondary students include English Language, Mathematics, Basic Science, Social & Civic Studies and Basic Technology.
The senior secondary students take a maximum of five and a minimum of four subjects from English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, History, Economics, Government and Literature-in-English.
What is NCUK?
NCUK, which stands for Northern Consortium UK, was set up by the Universities of Bradford, Huddersfield, Leeds, Leeds Metropolitan, Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores, Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan, Salford, Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam to provide pre-university programmes for international students who wish to undertake further studies in NCUK partner universities or affiliated institutions.
The NCUK International Foundation Year
The IFY programme lasts for one academic year and prepares international students for degree courses in a range of subjects, covering Humanities, Business, Science and Engineering. It provides four modules for students to study, comprising three subject modules and the Research and Communication Skills module which develops essential academic study, language and computer skills.
The subjects modules include:
|Further Mathematics||Business Studies|
|Biology||Society & Politics|
|Physics||Research & Communication Skills (for all students)|
The IFY is designed to assist international students in meeting admission requirements in NCUK universities. It emphasises the development of independent learning, personal research, critical thinking and the academic skills required for further studies.
The final NCUK IFY grade is based on a combination of coursework contributing 30% and the examination 70%. Once students successfully complete the IFY, NCUK guarantees them a place on an appropriate degree course at a partner university.