Students who wish to study at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).
The School management disclosed that the school portal is open for new and returning students.
About National Open University of Nigeria
The possibility of National Open University for Nigeria was first muffled by the National Universities Commission (NUC), the Nigerian parliament administrative organization for all colleges, in 1976. The NUC, then, at that point, headed by Prof. Jubril Aminu as the Executive Secretary (1975-1979) sent a Memo to the Federal Military Government recommending that National Open University be laid out for Nigeria during the Fourth National Development Plan (1981-1985). This was acknowledged by the Federal Government and accordingly, the thought showed up in the National Policy on Education in 1977.
The Higher Education Division of the Federal Ministry of Education went to chip away at the most common way of making an Open University and incorporating it with the current instructive framework in the country.
On the supposition of the authority of Nigeria as the Civilian President in October 1979, Alhaji Shehu Shagari, quickly set up a Presidential Planning Committee on the Open University framework to work out modalities for the foundation of National Open University for the country. Prof. Afolabi Ojo of the then the University of Ife (presently Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife) was elected Chairman of the Committee on fourteenth April 1980. Different individuals from the Committee included Prof. A.E. Afigbo (UNN, Nsukka) and Dr. Aminu Orayi (ABU, Zaria), and Mr. E.C. Uzodinma, who filled in as secretary yet was subsequently supplanted by Mr. Olamogoke.
The Presidential Planning Committee introduced its report in October 1980. The report which incorporated the draft Bill for the University was endorsed. The Open University of Nigeria Bill, after going through every one of the essential authority processes, which incorporated a difference in name to National Open University, was at last sanctioned and endorsed into Law by President Shehu Shagari on 22nd July 1983 and was Gazetted on 27th July 1983, as the National Open University Act No. 6 of 1983, accordingly giving the University lawful reason for its presence. It is this Law that oversees the presence of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).
NOUN Admission Requirements
The undergraduate application form is ordinarily expected to have at least 5 O-level credits including English Language and Mathematics.
Extra prerequisites may apply for certain programs and these can be seen in the wake of choosing the Program and passage level at the Workforce’s affirmation page.
To apply for a program, select the Staff, pick the program and passage level with the goal that the View Prerequisite button is empowered. Clicking this button will uncover the comparing passage necessity and empower the Apply button on the pre-installment application page.
Fill in every one of the excess subtleties on the page before submitting.
On successful submission of the pre-installment form, you are redirected to Remita to acquire a RRR receipt which ought to be utilized to impact installment for the application structure.
A candidate who pays internet utilizing an installment card will naturally acquire the web-based structure which should be filled before accommodation.
Candidates who pay through a bank office should tap on Proceed after installment… also enter their Interesting ID and RRR. They are additionally offered the chance to change the Program applied for.
Candidates who had paid to utilize a RRR produced last semester or before should restart the application cycle up to the moment that they are re-coordinated to remit. They should now utilize the recently created UniqueID with the old RRR utilized for an installment when they click Continue after installment.
In all cases, a fruitful installment will prompt the age of an internet-based application structure which ought to be filled before accommodation on the web. The affirmation cycle is robotized and the result is essentially immediate!
To fit the bill for induction into any of the postgraduate projects of the College, an applicant should meet, among others, all registration prerequisites of something like five (5) credit passes including English Language and Maths. A few projects acknowledge something like a pass in Maths.
For Postgraduate Confirmation Projects, Competitors should have either at least pass Lone rangers Degree in any discipline from a College perceived by the Senate of the Thing OR a Higher Public Certificate with at least Lower Credit. For the Postgraduate Certificate in Authoritative Drafting, the applicant probably has been called to the Bar. Likewise, for entrance into the institute of Business and Human Asset The board of Postgraduate Confirmation programs, up-and-comers with proficient capabilities like ACA, ACIS, ACIB, ASCII, ACIA, and so forth might be considered on individual legitimacy.
For Master’s degree programs, applicants should have a Bachelor’s Degree with at least second class lower in the pertinent field of study from a University recognized by the Senate of the NOUN. In any case, holders of lower characterization and with at least 2 years of applicable post-capability experience might be considered on individual legitimacy OR a Postgraduate Certificate in a related field of study from a recognized College OR A Higher National Diploma with a minimum of Upper Credit in the relevant field of study. Applicants with membership authentication of relevant expert bodies might apply for the Master of Business (MBA) program.
For the Doctor of Philosophy Degree Programs, candidates must possess a masters degree in the relevant field of study from a University recognized by the Senate of the NOUN with a minimum score average of not less than 60% or a cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.5 on a 5-point scale.
Visit (NOUN) National Open University of Nigeria’s official website for more information.