National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos.

NOUN 2018 School Fees For All Courses

NOUN 2018 School Fees For All Courses

NOUN school fees for undergraduate programme: Registration: N6,000 Caution deposit: N3,500 Orientation: N1,500. Matriculation: N1,500 I.D. Card: N500 Library: N3,000 ICT Administrative charge: N10,000 E- Facilitation: N4,000 Jamb regularization: N 6,000 Result verification: N5,000 Total compulsory fees for new students – N41,000 Returning Students ‐ 1st Semester Registration: N6,000 Library fees: ... »

Prison Service Seeks University Admission For Inmates In Jigawa

Prison Service Seeks University Admission For Inmates In Jigawa

Nigerian Prisons Service (NPS), Jigawa Command, has appealed to National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) to admit inmates serving jail terms in various prisons in Jigawa. The Comptroller of the service in the state, Alhaji Auwalu Diso, made this known during the matriculation of NOUN students for the 2017/2018 session in Dutse Study Centre on Saturday. Diso, who was represented by Superintendent... »

NOUN approves study centre for Gombe prisoners

NOUN approves study centre for Gombe prisoners

The National Open University of Nigeria has approved establishment of a study centre for prisoners in Gombe State. The Comptroller of Prisons in Gombe, Alhaji Ahmadu Adamu, made this known when the state Governor Ibrahim Dankwambo visited some inmates as part of activities to mark the state’s 20th anniversary on Monday. He said that the gesture would enable inmates who have met university admissio... »

National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) 15th Matriculation Ceremony

National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) 15th Matriculation Ceremony

This is to inform the public that the date for the 15th Matriculation Ceremony of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has been announced. The event is expected to come up on Saturday the 19th March, 2016 in all study centres across the Federation. »

National Open University of Nigeria matriculates 1187 students

National Open University of Nigeria matriculates 1187 students

No fewer than 1,000 new intakes of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Abuja Study Centre participated in the 2015 matriculation of the institution on Saturday. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the ceremony was presided over by Prof. Abubakar Suleiman, the Director of the centre who stood in for the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Vincent Tenebe. In his message at the occasion, the... »

Human Rights Lawyer Drags NOUN to court for deceiving students with ‘unapproved’ law course

Human Rights Lawyer Drags NOUN to court for deceiving students with ‘unapproved’ law course

A human rights lawyer, Maxwell Opara, has dragged the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) before a Federal High Court over its law degree programmes. Opara, in a writ of summons filed by his counsel, Nnenna Opara, argued that the law programme of NOUN has not conformed to the minimum standards of law education as set by the Nigerian Law School (NLS)’s Council of Legal Education (CLE) ... »

NOUN School of Education Admission Forms Now Available

NOUN School of Education Admission Forms Now Available

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) invites applications from suitable qualified candidates for admission into the M.Ed programme of the School of Education. 1. Master of Education (M.Ed) Programme             Programme Code a) Guidance and Counselling                                                    4404 2. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS To be admitted into the Master of Education Degree in ... »

National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) Graduates 2 Kirikiri Prisoners

National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) Graduates 2 Kirikiri Prisoners

Three prisoners received their degree certificates from the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) during the 4th convocation ceremony of the institution held on Saturday. According to the NOUN Vice Chancellor, Professor Vincent Tenebe, all three graduates are serving time for various offences at the Kirikiri and Enugu Prisons respectively. He said the institution will continue to award certif... »

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