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Matriculation Not A Guarantee For Graduation At NOUN —VC

The Vice-Chancellor, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Vincent Tenebe has declared that granting of admission to any student into the university was not a guarantee for graduation. He made the observation in his message to the newly admitted students into the institution during their matriculation ceremony across its 62 study centres nationwide last weekend. They are 29,092 in ...

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NOUN 2014/2015 Matriculation Ceremony Announced

The Matriculation Ceremony of National Open University of Nigeria, has been slated to hold this Saturday, 14th March 2015. According to a release signed by the School Management, and made available to liveschoolnews.co.ng, the event which will serve as a platform for formally welcoming all freshmen admitted into National Open University for the 2014/2015 session will hold at the University campus ...

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NOUN New Examination Rrgistration Closure Date Announced

The management of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) wish to inform members of the public in particular all students of the institution that registration for examination would close on March 6, 2015 in order to give enough time for logistics and planning. Please ALL STUDENTS SHOULD BE INFORMED AS THIS DATE MAY NOT BE EXTENDED. liveschoolnews.com.ng wish you ...

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NOUN Important Notice To All Students

National Open University of Nigeria Important Information to all Students. 1. Due to the fact that there will be election on the 21st of February, the Matriculation ceremony will not hold that same date as scheduled before. Visit your study center to know the new date for the matriculation ceremony. But other dates still stands for TMA (Tutor Marked Assignment), ...

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The Validity Of NOUN Certificates

Ignorance is a disease, if you are not informed you are deformed. Noun certificates are of international standard. The difference between NOUN and conventional universities is mode of studies. Nounites are one of the best students in the society, If you are the lazy type you can’t be a successful student in Noun, because it’s a do it yourself institution. ...

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NOUN Law Graduates May Be Admitted Into Law School Soon – VC

Cheering news stemming out of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN),has it that Law graduates of NOUN may soon be admitted into the Nigerian Law School. This was made know to liveschoolnews.com.ng grapevine by the Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Ado Tenebe during the Convocation ceremony of the institution. According to him efforts are at an advanced stage to ...

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NOUN Important Notice To All Project Students

This is to inform all project students of National Open University of Nigeria that the following conditions must be met before you can be assigned a supervisor; 1. You must be in the semester of project 2. You must have registered project in your portal 3. You must have acquired enough credit unit as analysed below; UNDERGRADUATE. – 105 Credit ...

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No Single Corps Member ’ll Be Lost To 2015 Election –NYSC

The Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps NYSC, Brig. Gen. Johnson Olawunmi, has assured Nigerians that no corps member will be lost to post-election violence. In order to guard against a repeat of the 2011 post-electoral violence during which some corps members were killed in Bauchi State, Olawunmi said that it had put in place security measures to protect ...

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National Open University of Nigeria NOUN 2015 Admission Form Now On Sale

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has commence the sales of 2015 Admission application form for admission into Certificate, Diploma, Undergraduate, Post Graduate Diploma, Masters Degree, and Doctor of Philosophy Programmes for the 2015 Academic Session. AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES A. SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES i. Undergraduate Degree Programmes Code a) B.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies 2201 b) B.Sc. ...

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