NIGERIAN APPLICANT ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
There are two mediums of entry into Bachelor degree programmes:
(a) Applicants must have a minimum of five credits, including English language and Mathematics with three other relevance subjects. Applicants with basic entry requirements are offered desired courses of study. There is no entrance examination and IELTS, TOEFL, (etc) are not required.
Admission is not regulated by quota system. No UTME or JAMB required. Applicants should not be more than 26 years of age as at the time of enrolment into the programme.
(b) Direct Entry to 200 level: In addition to basic entry requirements of five credits, applicants must have A’level, IJMB, JUPEB, Diploma, University Foundation Certificate OR Transferable applicant from any accredited institution. Applicants should not be more than 26 years of age as at the time of enrolment into the programme.
An applicant for Master’s degree programmes must, in addition to the requirements stipulated in ‘a’ above, possess a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of Second Class lower division. There is no age limit for postgraduate applicant.
DURATION OF COURSE
- 3 years in Nigeria University, 1 year abroad (Management/Business Related Courses)
- 4 years in Nigeria University, 1 year abroad (Engineering/Technology Related Courses)
- 2 years in Nigeria University, 2 years abroad (Nursing)
- 2 years in Nigeria University, 4 years abroad (Medicine)
Post-graduate Degree Programs
- Master’s Degree - 1 year in Nigeria University, 1 year abroad (All faculties)
- PhD – 3 years in Nigeria University.
At the end of the required academic years in a Nigerian university, a student automatically proceeds to a foreign partner university to complete studies and obtains relevant degree certificate.
NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE AND NIGERIA LAW SCHOOL
At the end of their studies, interested applicants may come back to Nigeria to undergo the mandatory National Youth Service programme (NYSC) or stay back to complete the Master’s degree programme before returning to Nigeria. Law graduates are also eligible to attend Nigeria Law School to become barristers or solicitors in Nigeria.