JIBA College curriculum emphasizes education of the whole person; thus a wide range of subjects are offered to cater for all students with an academic focus. The curriculum is broad based and aimed at enlarging the coast of our students’ attainment in consonance with the Federal/Lagos State policies on education. In addition, we teach students the rudiments of computer education to enhance their worth and relevance in the society. Highly qualified and experienced staff guide the students in learning, aided by well-equipped Science Laboratories, Home Economics, Art, Craft, Designs and computer centers. Students are prepared for Junior School Certificate Examination (JSCE), Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), National Examination Council (NECO), General Certificate Examination (GCE).

The Preschool and Nursery

In the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, there are six early Learning Goals:

  • Persona, Social and Emotional Development, including dispositions and attitudes, self-confidence and self-esteem, behaviour and self-control, self-care and sense of community.
  • Communication, Language and Literacy, including language for communication, language for thinking, sounds and letters, reading, writing and handwriting.
  • Mathematical Development, including numbers as labels and for counting, calculating shape, space and measures.
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the World, including exploration and investigation, designing and skills, information and communication technology, a sense of time, a sense of place, cultures and beliefs.
  • Physical Development, including skills in movement sense of space, health and bodily awareness, using tools and equipment.
  • Creative Development, including exploring media and materials, music, imagination and responding, expressing and communicating ideas.



  1. English Language
  2. Mathematics
  3. Accounting
  4. Agricultural Science
  5. Christian Religious Studies
  6. Biology
  7. Chemistry
  8. Commerce
  9. Economics
  10. Computer Education
  11. Fine Art
  12. French
  13. Food And Nutrition
  14. Further Mathematics
  15. Government
  16. Geography
  17. History
  18. Literature-In-English
  19. Home Management
  20. Applied Electricity and Electronics
  21. Auto Mechanics
  22. Building Construction
  23. Clothing and Textiles
  24. Metalwork
  25. Nigerian Languages (Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa)
  26. Music
  27. Physics
  28. Wood Work
  29. Physical Education
  30. Technical Drawing


  1. English Language
  2. Mathematics
  3. Agricultural Science
  4. Business Studies
  5. Christian Religious Studies
  6. Computer Education
  7. Fine Art
  8. French
  9. Home Economics
  10. Integrated Science
  11. Introductory Technology
  12. Music
  13. Nigeria Language (Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo)
  14. Physical And Health Education
  15. Social Studies
  16. Civic Education