Things You Need To Know About NOUN: NOUN aims and objectives Is to provide education for all, filling the gap created by Conventional universities through cost effectiveness and improved economic of scale.
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Things You Need To Know About NOUN.
NOUN was established in the year 2002. NOUN is a F.G university approved and accredited by NUC. NOUN is not a member of ASUU and doesn’t go on strike unlike other universities.
NOUN doesn’t require Jamb for admission. With your O’Level you are eligible. NOUN systematic payment of school fees is so flexible that students can pay in installment.
NOUN is not a conventional university where students have a permanent site for receiving lectures. NOUN does not have a CAMPUS unlike other universities. But have what we call a STUDY CENTRE (This is where all administrative work is being carried out)
NOUN accepts CREDITS in mathematics and English in most of its courses. As a student of NOUN your 100L to your 200L Exam is computer base, while from your 300L to your 400L is Pen on Paper (POP).
NOUN Returning Student.
NOUN runs two semesters in a year. NOUN is a school that gives students the opportunity to work while studying. At the moment NOUN students have not started going for NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE (NYSC) though it has been approved but no moves to its implementation yet.
NOUN system is neither considered as part time or full time studies but ODL (Open Distance Learning). This means it’s flexible to all students. As a fresher of NOUN you’re paying an estimate ranging from ₦63,000 – ₦78,000(depending on the course of study chosen)
Things You Need To Know About NOUN As A Student.
NOUN is both for the rich and the poor. As a student of NOUN you can hardly bribe to have your way. You must study to pass your exams (although some students still find their way, but it’s not advisable in NOUN, the consequences is so outrageously brutal when caught).
NOUN convocation for its graduating students is usually in the month of January but was recently shifted to March (every year). NOUN doesn’t delay certificates after students’ graduation. Certificates are issued out to students immediately after graduation.
NOUN Students does not receive direct teaching from lecturer, though the online facilitation is developed to cover that soon. Handout is mostly used by students.
As students of NOUN you can do your Test at the comfort of your home. The Test is known as TMA (Tutorial Mark Assignment) and its carries 30marks while the Exams carries 70 marks.
NOUN Certificates are fully recognized and acceptable universally. NOUN doesn’t accept PASS in Direct Entry, but upper. However, NOUN PGD program is two semesters, while MASTER’S PROGRAM is ranging from 3 to 4 semesters, depending on the course of study.
NOUN undergraduate program is mostly 4 years, while law and some selected courses is 5years. In NOUN there’s no room for cultism. NOUN doesn’t have a student union government(SUG). NOUN has over 83 study centres all through the federation of Nigeria.
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