Application for Inter – University Transfer 2017/2018 Academic Session

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

GUIDELINES FOR CONSIDERATION OF APPLICATION FOR INTER-UNIVERSITY TRANSFER, 2017/2018 ACADEMIC SESSION

  1. Transfer students shall possess the minimum University of Nigeria and Departmental entry requirements prior to entry into the university from where they are seeking transfer.
  2. Transfer students shall make a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.95 on a 5.00 point scale to quality for consideration and should not have spent more than two (2) academic sessions in his or her former university.
  3. The number of students offered admission by transfer shall not exceed 4% of the departmental admission quota in any one year.
  4. Application should be accompanied by student’s transcript. University of Nigeria official(s) would be sent to the University from where transfer is being sought for verification of the transcript or on-line verification as the case may be,
  5. If at any stage irregularity is discovered in the papers presented by the student(s), such student(s) shall be withdrawn from the university.
  6. Disciplinary action shall be taken against any officer of the University found colluding with or circumventing the process of the transfer.
  7. A transfer student is required to possess a JAMB score which is not less than the minimum score of UNN students admitted into his department in his admission year.
  8. He must transfer into the same course as he studied in his university.
  9. Transfer student must not be admitted beyond second (2nd) year for all programmes in the university.
  10. A transfer student must be a current student of the University from which he seeks transfer.
  11. All application for Inter – University Transfer for the 2017/2018 academic session should be received on or before 15th September, 2017.
  12. All recommendations for admission by transfer from Faculty shall be submitted to the Admission Office for collation and presentation to Senate Entrance Board for consideration.

 APPLICATION PROCEDURE

  1. Visit the University of Nigeria website (unn.edu.ng) or portal (unnportal.edu.ng), log in your Telephone Number to generate and download a unique Payment Invoice for Application Processing Fee. Pay the application fee of N195,000.00 through Remita payment platform at any Commercial Bank. You are to generate a payment invoice which contains a Remita number; the invoice print out will enable you to make your payment at the bank.
  2. Visit the University of Nigeria website or portal (unn.edu.ng or unnportal.edu.ng) again and log in your Telephone number and Invoice numbers, and then complete the Inter-University Transfer Form online.
  3. Print the last page of the form and forward to your current University Registrar for completion to confirm release from your current University.
  4. Attach the release form to the Application form and upload.
  5. Candidates should note that any form which is not completed on-line will not be processed.

Online application commences on Monday 31st July, 2017 and ends on Friday 15th September, 2017.

 

Chris. C. Igbokwe, Esq.

Registrar

 


Compulsory Workshop For 2016/2017 Postgraduate Students

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA

SCHOOL OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES

 

COMPULSORY WORKSHOP FOR 2016/2017 POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS  

The is to inform all  postgraduate  students, admitted  for the 2016/2017 academic session,  that  there will be compulsory postgraduate workshop on the courses  PGC 601 and PGC 701 for Master’s and Ph.D degree students. The workshop, meant for students in Nsukka and Enugu campuses, is scheduled to take place as follows:

Date: 12th -13th October, 2017: for Master’s and Ph.D students in Nsukka Campus

Venue: Nnamdi Azikiwe Library, UNN.

19th – 20th October, 2017: for Master’s and Ph.D students in Enugu Campus

Venue: Enugu Campus CEMAC Hall.

Concerned students are expected to pay the sum of Six Thousand Naira (N6,000.00) only. They are to generate payment invoice from the university’s portal and make the payment in any commercial bank.

Opening ceremony

Opening ceremony for the workshop will take place by 10.00am at the Princess Alexandra Auditorium, Nsukka Campus. After the ceremony, manual registration for the workshop will continue at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Library, UNN and CEMAC Hall, UNEC.

The manual registration will commence on 12th October, 2017 from 8.00am for Nsukka Campus, while that of UNEC will start from 8.00am on 19th October, 2017

Please note that registration and participation in the workshop is prerequisite for graduation.

 

T. Ugwueze,

Deputy Registrar/Secretary,

School of Postgraduate Studies.

 


3rd Supplementary Postgraduate Programmes Advert 2017/2018 Session

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UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA
SCHOOL OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES

3RD SUPPLEMENTARY POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES ADVERT 2017/2018
The University of Nigeria, Nsukka invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into postgraduate programmes leading to the award of Postgraduate Diplomas, Master’s and Doctorate degrees in various Faculties and in the areas of specialization indicated under each Department/Institute/Centre as follows for the 2017/2018 academic session:
1. FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE
PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes
A. Department of Agricultural Economics
Farm Management and Production Economics; Agricultural Marketing and Agribusiness; Agricultural Finance and Project Analysis; Agricultural Cooperative and Resources; Environmental Economics.
The Department of Agricultural Economics also offers PGD programme in Co-operative Studies; Farm Management and Production Economics; Agribusiness and Marketing.
Departments of Food Science and Technology, Crop Science, Animal Science, Agricultural Extension and Soil Science, offer Postgraduate Diploma Programmes.
B. Department of Animal Science
Animal Nutrition and Biochemistry; Animal Production; Animal Physiology; Animal Breeding and Genetics.
C. Department of Crop Science
PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D.
Crop Physiology Economic Entomology; Crop Production; Forage Crops; Hematology; Innamental Horticulture; Plant Breeding and Genetics; Plant Pathology; Tropical Fruits and Plantation Crops; Vegetable Crops; Weed Science.
D. Department of Agricultural Extension
Agricultural Administration; Agricultural Communication; Agricultural Extension Education; Agricultural Planning and Evaluation or Rural Sociology.

E. Department of Food Science and Technology
Food Chemistry and Analysis; Animal Production Technology; Fruits and Vegetable Processing Technology; Quality Control and Assurance; Cereals, Pulses, Legumes and Tuber Processing Technology; Food Biotechnology; Food Engineering and Processing.
F. Department of Home Science, Nutrition and Dietetics
PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in Home Science, Nutrition and Dietetics.
G. Department of Soil Science
Soil Genesis; Survey and Classification; Soil Chemistry and Mineralogy; Soil Fertility and Management; Soil Physics and Conservation; Soil Biology and Biochemistry; Environmental Impact Assessment and Land Evaluation.

2. FACULTY OF ARTS
PGD, M.A. and Ph.D. degree programmes
A. Department of Archaeology and Tourism (PGD, M.A. and Ph.D. Programmes)
Paleolithic Studies; Iron Age Archaeology; Origins of Food Production and Urbanization; and Cultural Resource Management (Museum or Tourism Option).
B. Department of English and Literary Studies (PGD, M.A and Ph.D.)
English as a second Language (ESL); English Language; Literature; and Comparative Studies and Literature.
C. Department of Fine and Applied Arts
Ph.D. Art History; Ph.D. Art Education; Ph.D. Art Administration and Management; Ph.D. Fine Arts and Design (with specialization in Painting, Print Making; Sculpture-Visual Communication Design; Textile Design; Fashion Design; Ceramics).
M.F.A. with specialization in Painting; Print Making; Sculpture; Textile Design; Fashion Design; Ceramics; Communication Art and Design (Options: Graphic Design and Advertizing; Product Design; Web Design and New Media); Film Making and Photography.
M.A. Art History: Traditional African Art; Modern African Art; Asian Oriental Art; African-American Art.
M.A. Art Education; M.A. Art Administration and Management
PGD in Fine and Applied Arts.
D. Department of Foreign Languages and Literary Studies (MA programme)
African Literature in French; German Literature; Caribbean Literature in French; Translation (FEENG – FRE).
The Department also offers Ph.D programmes in the following areas of specialization:
African Literature in French; Caribbean Literature in French; German Literature.
E. Department of History and International Studies (M.A. and Ph.D.)
Political History; Economic and Social History; and Religious History.
F. Department of Linguistics, Igbo and Other Nigerian Languages (M.A)
Linguistics; African Languages; Literature in African Languages; and Translation and Interpretation).
The Department also offers Ph.D. in the following areas of specialization:
Linguistics; African Languages and Literature.
G. Department of Mass Communication
PGD, M.A and Ph.D.
Electronic Media Sequence; the Print and Media Sequence; Advertising and Public Relations; Communication Theories and Research.
H. Department of Music
Postgraduate Diploma in Music (PGDM)
(a) African Music Industry.
(b) Ensemble/Theatre Directing and Management.
(c) Music Education.
(d) Research.
(e) Composition and Musical Instrument Technology.
MA Degree Programme
(a) Ensemble/Theatre Directing and Management
(b) Music Education.
(c) Research.
(d) Composition and Musical Instrument Technology.
Ph.D. Degree Programme
(a) African Music.
(b) Music Education.
(c) Composition.
(d) Musicology.
(e) Music Performance and Musical Instrument Technology.
(f) Ensemble/Theatre Directing and Management.
(g) Research and Musical Instrument Technology.

I. Department of Theatre and Film Studies
(M.A and Ph.D.)
(a) Acting and Directing.
(b) Dramatic Theory and Criticism.
(c) Applied Theatre.
(d) Playwriting.
(e) African and Caribbean Drama and Theatre.
(f) Film and Media Arts Studies.
(g) Performance Studies.
(h) Scenography.
(i) Theatre and Cultural Administration.

3. FACULTY OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes
A. Department of Biochemistry
Environmental Biochemistry; Enzymology; Industrial Biochemistry; Medical Biochemistry; Nutritional Biochemistry; Molecular Biology; and Pharmacological Biochemistry.
The Department also offers Ph.D programme in Lipid Biochemistry.
B. Department of Microbiology
Brewing Science and Technology (PGD); Medical Microbiology (M.Sc. and Ph.D.); Environmental Microbiology (M.Sc. and Ph.D.); Food/Industrial Microbiology (M.Sc. and Ph.D.); and Brewing Science and Technology (M.Sc).
C. Department of Plant Science and Biotechnology
Biosystematic/Taxonomy; Palynology/Palaeoecology; Plant Anatomy; Plant Physiology; Ecophysiology; Plant Pathology; Mycology; Genetics and Plant Breeding; Plant Ecology; Environmental Botany/Economic Botany; Plant Biotechnology; Bagel Biotechnology; Aquatic Botany; Phycology/Limnology (Aquatic Ecology); and Ethnomedicine/ Phytomedicine.

D. Department of Zoology and Environmental Biology
(M.Sc. and (Ph.D.)
(a) Animal and Environmental Physiology.
(b) Parasitology and Public Health.
(c) Entomology and Forensic Sciences.
(d) Fishery Science and Aquaculture.
(e) Hydrobiology/Aquatic Sciences.
(f) Ecology and Environmental Biology.
(g) Animal Genetics, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology.

4. FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
PGD, MBA, M.Sc and Ph.D. programmes
A. Department of Accountancy
Financial Accounting; Management Accounting, Auditing and Investigation; Taxation Laws and Accounts; Public Sector Accounting; Management Information System.
B. Department of Banking and Finance
Banking; Financial Theory and Management; Investment; Financial Institutions; International Finance and Public Finance.

C. Department of Management
Administrative Theory and Practice; Human Resources Management; Production and Operations Management; Analytical Techniques; Corporate Strategy and Business Policy; Project Management and Feasibility Analysis; and Comparative Management Systems.
D. Department of Marketing
Marketing Communications; Physical Distribution and Channel Management; Industrial Marketing; Consumer-Buyer Behaviour; and International Marketing, Strategic Marketing. The Department of Marketing also offers executive M.Sc. degree programme in Public Relations.
Faculty of Business Administration offers MBA degree broad-based professionally oriented programme in Accounting, Banking and Finance; Management and Marketing.
5. FACULTY OF EDUCATION
PGDE, PGDL, M.Ed. and Ph.D. degree programmes in the following Departments:
A. Department of Adult Education & Extra Mural Studies
Adult Education Administration; Community Development; Extension & Distance Education.
B. Department of Arts Education
Curriculum Studies; Language Education; Educational Technology; Comparative &International Education; Music Education; Fine & Applied Arts Education.
C. The Department of Educational Foundations
Childhood Education; Educational Psychology; Guidance & Counseling; History of Education; Philosophy of Education; Sociology of Education; Special Education.
D. Department of Human Kinetics and Health Education
Public Health Education; School Health Education; Mental and Emotional Health Education; Occupational and Industrial Health Education; Administration and Management of Physical Education and Sports; Curriculum and Physical Education Teacher Education; Psychology of Sports; Sociology of Sports; Recreation and Tourism; Exercise Physiology; Adapted Physical Education. For PGD: (a) Health Education (PGDHE); (b) Human Kinetics and Sports Studies (PGDHKS).
E. Department of Library & Information Science
M.L.S and Ph.D. Degree Programmes
F. Department of Science Education
Educational Research Methodology; Mathematics Education; Physics Education; Chemistry Education; Biology Education; Measurement & Evaluation, and Integrated Science Education.
G. Department of Social Science Education
Economics Education; Political Science Education; Population & Family Life Education; Geographical & Environmental Education; and Social Studies Education.
Postgraduate Diploma programmes in the Faculty of Education are domiciled as follows: (PGDE) in Educational Foundations; PGDL in Library & Information Science; Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Education domiciled in the Department of Social Science Education.

6. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
M.Sc., M.Engr. And Ph.D. degree programmes

A. Department of Agricultural & Bioresources Engineering: offers the following areas of specialization for the Master of Science (M.Sc.), Master of Engineering (M.Engr.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) degree:
(i) Power Systems, Machinery and Mechatronic Engineering
(ii) Soil and Water Resources Engineering
(iii) Food and Bioprocess Engineering
(iv) Structures and Environmental Control Engineering
(v) Biomass and Renewable Energy Engineering
(vi) Aqua Cultural Engineering
(vii) Forest Engineering
(viii) Ecological Engineering
B. Department of Civil Engineering
(PGD, M.Sc., M.Engr, Ph.D)
Structural Engineering; Water Resources Engineering; Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering; Materials & Construction; and Highway Engineering.
C. Department of Electrical Engineering
Power Electronics, Drives and New System; Electrical Machine and Drives; Electromagnetic Fields and Application; Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering; and Automatic Control Systems.
D. Department of Electronic Engineering
(M.Sc, M.Engr and Ph.D)
Communications; Digital and Computer Electronics. Currently, the Department of Electronics Engineering has no facilities in the area of Control Systems.

E. Department of Mechanical Engineering
(PGD, M.Sc., M.Eng., Ph.D.)
Energy and Power Technology; Materials Technology and Mechanics; Fluid Mechanics and Gas Dynamics; Design and Production Technology; Industrial Engineering and Management.
The Departments of Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering offer PGD programmes.

7. FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
PGD, M.Sc., M.Arch. and Ph.D. Programmes

A. Department of Architecture
Architectural Design; Architectural Science and Technology; Housing; Construction Management; Architectural History and Theory; Sustainable Design; Architectural Conservation; Architectural Practice and Management; Industrial Design; Landscape Architecture Design; Urban Design, Computer Aided Design/Technology and Media Architecture and Interior Design.
B. Department of Estate Management
(PGD, M.Sc., Ph.D. and Master in Real Estate (MRE) Programmes)
Valuation; Feasibility/Viability Appraisals; Taxation, Facility and Property Management; Development and Utilization and Land Resources inclusive of Estate and Interests tread as strongly rooted in Philosophical and Socio-economic foundations of their Relationship to man, society and environment.
C. Department of Geoinformatics & Surveying
(PGD, M.Sc., MGIT and Ph.D.)
(a) Land Surveying.
(b) Geodesy.
(c) Protogrammetry.
(d) Remote Sensing.
(e) Hydrography.
(f) Cartography.
(g) Geographic Information System (GIS).
(h) Land Information Management (LIM).

D. Department of Urban & Regional Planning
(MURP and Ph.D.)
Information Technology in Urban and Regional Planning; Traffic and Transportation Planning; Transportation Planning and Development; Conservation/Preservation; Housing and Community Development; Recreation and Facility Planning; Regional/Rural Analysis and Planning; Development Control; Environmental Management; and Social Science and Planning.
8. FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES & TECHNOLOGY
M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes
A. Department of Health Administration & Management
Health Economics; Health Management & Policy.
The Department of Health Administration also offers PGD programme.

B. Department of Medical Laboratory Science
Clinical Chemistry; Hematology; Histopathology; Microbiology; and Immunology.
C. Department of Medical Radiography & Radiological Sciences
Medical Imaging; Radiation/Environmental Protection; Radiological Education;
Radiotherapy & Oncology; and Radiology Administration & Management.
E. Department of Medical Rehabilitation
Physiotherapy; Path kinesiology; Biomechanics; and Neurology.
F. Department of Nursing Sciences
Maternal & Child Health Nursing; Medical Surgical Nursing; Mental Health & Psychiatric Nursing; Nursing Administration & Management; Community Health Nursing; and Nursing Education.
9. FACULTY OF LAW
LL.M. and Ph.D. Degree programmes in the Departments of
Public & Private Law; Property & Commercial Law; International Law & Jurisprudence.
Programme areas available in the Faculty are:
Jurisprudence & Legal Theory; Comparative Constitutional Law; Comparative Company Law; Comparative Criminal Law; Law of Commercial Transactions; International Human Rights Law; Energy & Natural Resources Law; Law of Commercial Arbitration; Sentencing & Treatment of Offenders; Law of Marine Insurance; and Law & Medicine.
10. FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programmes are offered by the following Departments:
Anatomy; Medical Biochemistry; Pharmacology & Therapeutics; Human Physiology; Medicine and Surgery.
MPH degree programme is offered by the Department of Community Medicine in the following areas of specialization:
Department of Community Medicine
MPH in Public Health with specialization in the following area:
Epidemiology of Community Disease; Health Services Management/Health Economics, Occupational and Environmental Health; Social Medicine; Health Education; Maternal and Child Health.
Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
M.Sc. and DMSC degree programmes.
Department of Medicine
M.D. and M.S. degree programmes.

11. FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
M.Pharm, M.Sc., (Pharm); and Ph.D. degree programmes.
A. Department of Clinical Pharmacy & Pharmacy Management
Pharmaceutical Services e.g. drug information services; Pharmacotherapy of various units e.g. oncology, cardiovascular, neurology; Ambulatory Care/Adult Medicine; Clinical Pharmacokinetics/biopharmaceutics; Hospital Pharmacy; Pharmaceutical care; Social Pharmacy/Behavioural Pharmacy; Pediatric Pharmacy; Hematology; Pharmacy Practice Management; Infectious Diseases; Public Health Pharmacy; Pharmacoeconomics/ Pharmacoepidemicology; Social Pharmacy/Behavioural Pharmacy; Pediatric Pharmacy; Hematology; Pharmacy Management; and Infectious Diseases.
B. Department of Pharmaceutics
Physical Pharmaceutics; Compounding; Pharmaceutical Microbiology & Biotechnology; Dispensing; and Pharmacy practices.
C. Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Natural Products Chemistry; Drug Metabolism; and Analytical Pharmaceutical Chemistry.
E. Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Industrial Pharmacy
Powder and Tablet Technology; Semi-Solid Dosage Design; Cosmic Science; Liquid Formulations Technology; Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics.
F. Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology
Autonomic Pharmacology; Neuropharmacology; Biochemical Pharmacology; Chemotherapy; Clinical Pharmacology; Toxicology; Cardiovascular Pharmacology; Natural Product Pharmacology; Advanced General Pharmacology; Advanced Pharmacokinetics and Drug Interactions.
12. FACULTY OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programmes
A. Department of Computer Science
Data Communication; Software Development; Numerical Analysis; Information Management; Software Engineering; Microprocessor Based Systems.
B. Department of Geology
(M.Sc. and Ph.D programmes in the following areas):
(a) Economic Geology and Geochemistry
(b) Engineering Geology
(c) Environmental Geology
(d) Applied Geophysics
(e) Hydrography
(f) Mineralogy and Petrology
(g) Paleontology and Stratigraphy
(h) Palynology
(i) Petroleum Geoscience
(j) Structural Geology
(k) Stratigraphy and Sedimentology

Applied Geophysics; Economic Geology and Geo-Chemistry; Mineral Exploration; Engineering Geology; Hydrogeology; Mineralogy and Petrology; Paleobiology and Biostratigraphy; Stratigraphy and Sedimentology; Petroleum Geology; and Structural Geology.
C. Department of Physics & Astronomy
Solid Earth Geophysics; Astrophysics; Condensed Matter Physics & Materials Science;
Solar Energy Physics; Atmospheric Physics; Medical Physics.
D. Department of Pure & Industrial Chemistry
Inorganic; Physical; Organic; Analytical; Fossil Fuel; Polymer; and Industrial Chemistry.
E. Department of Statistics
Stochastic Processes: Operations Research; Applied Statistics; Time Series Modeling, Design of Experiments.

13. FACULTY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D degree programmes

A. Department of Economics
Economic Theory; Economic Development and Planning; International Economics, Money and Banking; Labor Economics and Industrial Relations; Quantitative Economics; Energy Economics; Public Sector Economics.

B. Department of Geography
Geomorphology; Climatology and Physical Oceanography; Hydrology and Water Resources; Biogeography; Cartography; Remote Sensing; Environmental Management; Agricultural Geography; Rural Geography; Urban Geography; Industrial Geography; Transportation Geography; Population Geography; Political Geography; Climate Change Economics; and Policy & Innovation.
C. Departments of Philosophy
Political and Social Philosophy; Western Metaphysics; Moral Philosophy; History of Western Philosophy and African Philosophy.
D. Department of Political Science
(M.Sc and Ph.D. programmes in the following areas):

(a) Political Theory
(b) Public Administration
(c) Comparative Politics, Development and Social Change
(d) Electoral Studies
(e) International Relations and Diplomacy
(f) Political Economy
(g) Conflict, Peace and Strategic Studies
(h) Human Security and Counter-Terrorisms Studies.

E. Department of Psychology (M.Sc. & Ph.D. degree programmes)
Experimental Psychology; Developmental Psychology; Clinical Psychology; Industrial/Organizational Psychology; Social Psychology; School Psychology; and Counseling Psychology.
F. Department of Public Administration and Local Government
MPA, M.Sc., DPA& Ph.D. degree programmes.
Financial Management; International Administration; and Human Resources Management.
G. Department of Religion & Cultural Studies
M.A. and Ph.D degree programmes
Old Testament; New Testament; Church History; Traditional Religion; Religion and Society.
Departments of Religion & Cultural Studies and Philosophy do not offer PGD programmes.
H. Department of Sociology/Anthropology
M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programmes in the following areas:
Anthropology; Anthropology and Development; Climate Change and Society; Comparative Ethnography; Criminology and Sociology of Deviance; Culture and Communication; Demography and Population Studies; Environmental Sociology; Family Studies; Gender and Women Studies; Industrial and Labour Relations; Industrial Sociology; Medical Anthropology; Medical Sociology; Military Sociology and Diplomacy; Oral Tradition and Sociology; Organizational Sociology; Political Anthropology; Political Sociology; Postcolonial Studies; Rural Sociology; Security Studies; Social Development Studies; Social Institutions; Symbolic Anthropology; Urban Anthropology; Urban Sociology.
The Department of Sociology/Anthropology also offers PGD programme in the following areas:

Criminology; Gender and Women Studies; Industrial and Labour Relations; Social Development Studies.
I. Department of Social Work
(PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.Ddegree programmes)
Intervention; Social Work Ethics & Values; and Community Development.
The Department also offers PGD in Political Science and Election Administration.
14 FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programmes
A. Department of Veterinary Anatomy
Neuroanatomy; Developmental Anatomy Embryology; Microscopic Anatomy (Histology); Gross and Comparative Anatomy; Immunochemistry; Histochemistry; and Applied Anatomy and Biotechnology.
B. Department of Animal Health and Production
(M.Sc. and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)
Large Ruminant Health and Production; Small Ruminant Health and Management; Dairy Animal Health and Production; Nutrition in Health and Disease; Swine Health and Production; Nutrition and Management; Animal Genetics and Breeding; Animal Health Management and Economics.

C. Department of Veterinary Medicine
(M.Sc., and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)
Avian Medicine; Ruminant Medicine; Small Animal Medicine; Swine Medicine; Equine Medicine; Fish Laboratory and Wildlife Medicine; Ethnoveterinary Medicine.
C. Department of Veterinary Obstetrics & Reproductive Diseases
Veterinary Andrology; Gynaecology; Obstetrics and Reproductive Biotechnology.
D. Department of Veterinary Parasitology and Entomology
(M.Sc., and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)
Parasitic Infections; Parasite Zoonoses; Clinical Aspects; Epizootiology; Diagnosis and Control.
E. Department of Veterinary Pathology and Microbiology
(M.Sc., and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)
(i) Veterinary Pathology: Diagnostic (Anatomic) Pathology; (Clinical Pathology (Haematology and Clinical Chemistry); Avian Pathology Nutritional Pathology.
(ii) Veterinary Microbiology: Bacteriology; Virology; Mycology; Micoplasmology and Rickettsiology; and Immunology.
F. Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology
(M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes)

G. Department of Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine
(M.Sc., MVPH, MPVM and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)
(i) Public Health: Zoonoses; Food Safety; Including Meat, Fish and Milk Hygiene; Environmental Health and Occupational Safety.
(ii) Preventive Medicine: Epidemiology; Disease Surveillance; Emergency Preparedness and Information Management; Veterinary Quarantine Services; Livestock Production Economics and Entrepreneurship.
H. Department of Veterinary Surgery & Radiology
M.Sc., and Ph.D. degree programmes
Veterinary Surgery; Diagnostic Imagining; Anaesthesiology; Orthopedic; Soft Tissue Surgery; and Animal Surgery.
15. FACULTY OF VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
PGDE, PGDTE, M.Tech., M.Ed. and Ph.D. degree programmes
A. Department of Agricultural Education
(PGDTE, M.Tech., M.Ed. and Ph.D.)
Technology Education in Production Agriculture; Agro-Business Education; Soil Education
B. Department of Business Education
(PGDTE, M.Tech., M.Ed. and Ph.D.)
Software Development and Application; Hardware Maintenance and Management; Networking Communication; Robotics Education; Accounting Education, Marketing Education and Management Education.
C. Department of Computer Education
(PGDTE, M.Tech., M.Ed. and Ph.D.)
(a) Software Development and Application.
(b) Hardware Maintenance and Management.
(c) Networking and Communication.
(d) Computer and Robotic Education.
D. Department of Home Economics and Hospitality Management
(PGDTE, M.Tech., and Ph.D.)
Child Development and Care Education; Clothing and Textile Technology Education; Food and Nutrition Education; Home Management; and Hospitality Management Education.
E. Department of Industrial Technical Education
(PGDE, PGDTE, M.Tech., and Ph.D.)
Building/Woodwork Technology; Electrical/Electronic Technology; Metal Work/Automobile Technology.
F. Department of Vocational and Entrepreneurship Education
Vocational Education (Masters and Ph.D.); Entrepreneurship Education (Masters and Ph.D.); Agricultural Education (PGDTE); Business Education (PGDTE); Computer Education (PGDTE); Home Economics and Hospitality Management (PGDTE); and Industrial Technical Education (PGDTE).
16. INSTITUTE OF AFRICAN STUDIES
Offers Postgraduate programmes as follows:
African Peace and Conflict Studies (PGD); African Studies (M.A, & Ph.D.); and Peace and Conflict Studies (MA).
17. INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (IDS)
PGD, M.Sc. & Ph.D. degree programmes
The IDS has the following areas of specialization at Masters (M.Sc.) degree level:
Governance and Social Change; Poverty, Power Relations and Social Change; Knowledge, Technology and Society; and International Development.
At Ph.D. degree level, the Institute has the following areas of specialization: Human and Social Development; Community Development; Conflict Resolution and Peace-Building; and Natural Resources and Sustainable Development.
18. INSTITUTE OF MARITIME STUDIES (IMS)
Offers postgraduate programmes as follows: M.Sc. and PGD in Maritime Business and International Logistics; M.Sc. and PGD in Maritime Law and Policy; M.Sc. in Maritime Telecommunication; PGD in Radio Maritime Telecommunication; and M. Sc in Maritime Management.

19. CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT & CONTROL
Centre for Environmental Management and Control (CEMAC) offers PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programmes in Environmental Management & Control; Disaster Risk Management. The Centre also offers Master’s degree programmes in Disaster Risk Management (MDRM).

20. POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN CLIMATE CHANGE ECONOMICS, POLICY AND INNOVATION (CCEPI)
The Centre offers PGD, M.Sc. AND Ph.D. degree programmes in Climate Change Economics, Policy and Innovation. Presently, the PGD and degree programmes in Climate Change are based in the Department of Geography, Faculty of the Social Sciences.

21. INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH
The Institute of Public Health offers M.Sc., DrPH and PhD. programmes in the following areas: Health Systems, Policy and Management; Epidemiology and Biostatistics; Health Promotion and Communication; Environmental and Occupational Health; Clinical Epidemiology; Biostatistics.

22. INSTITUTE OF MOLECULAR AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES
M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in the following areas: Tropical Paediatrics; Human Reproduction; Adolescent and Child Health; Women’s Health and Reproductive Science.
The Institute also offers Postgraduate Diploma programme in Maternal and Child Health (PGD Maternal & Child Health).

23. INSTITUTE MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
Growth & Development; Genetics, Molecular and Cellular Biology; Paediatric Sub-specialty; ICT & Priority Advanced Research Methodology.

24. INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION (SANDWICH PROGRAMMES)
Offers Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) sandwich programmes in the following areas: Citizenship Education; Gender Education; Office Administration and Technology Education; and Women Education.
Entry Qualifications:
i. Citizenship Education: A minimum of Bachelors degree or HND passed at distinction or upper credit in Education, Social Sciences or related fields like Arts (Communication, Fine Arts, Drama and Languages).
ii. Gender Education: A candidate is qualified to apply with Bachelor’s degree or HND in any area of Education and Social Sciences, Arts and Sciences, passed at distinction or credit level.
iii. Office Administration and Technology Education: The entry requirement is Bachelor’s Degree or HND in any area of Education, Social Sciences, ICT or other professionals whose detailed academic records are acceptable to senate of the University of Nigeria may be admitted.
iv. Women Education: The entry requirement is Bachelor’s Degree or HND in any area of Education, Social Sciences, ICT or other professionals whose detailed academic records are acceptable to senate of the University of Nigeria may be admitted.
24. INSTITUTE OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Institute of Climate Change offers postgraduate programmes leading to the award of PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in the following areas: Science of Climate Change; Ground Based Measurement and Indigenous Technology Application to Climate Change; Environmental Literacy and Policy Studies on Climate Change; Sustainability Studies; Studies on Environmental and Climate Change Laws.

GENERAL ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS FOR POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES
i) Candidates for admission into any postgraduate programme of the University must have obtained 5 credits at not more than two sittings in WASC or GCE or NECO or NABTEB including English Language. Candidates shall also possess the minimum entry requirements for admission into the first degree and postgraduate programmes in their areas of interest for postgraduate studies.

ii) Graduates of the University of Nigeria or other recognized Universities who possess the above qualifications are eligible to apply.

iii) For the PGD in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Architecture, only candidates with University degrees in relevant areas need apply.

A. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES
i) Graduates of the University of Nigeria or other recognized universities who have obtained a bachelor degree with at least a third class honours with GPA not less than 2.00 on a 5-point scale or its equivalent.
ii) Holders of Credit (Upper credit) level passes at HND or its equivalent in relevant areas (for programmes in the Faculties of Agriculture and Business Administration; the Departments of Political Science, Public Administration & Local Government; and Vocational Teacher Education; and for Postgraduate Diploma in Electoral Administration Programme). Qualifications such as AIB, ACCA, ACMA, ICAN, BEEC, CPA, etc may also be considered for admission.
iii) Candidates with professional qualifications including HND must have obtained 5 credits in WASC or GCE O/L including English and Mathematics for admission into degree courses in Business Administration.
iv) For Postgraduate Diploma in Geoinformatics & Surveying in particular, candidates with third class honours degrees in Geography, Geology and other Physical Sciences, HND Upper Credit level passes in related fields, are also eligible.

Candidates, who hold qualifications other than the above which are acceptable to the Board of the School of Postgraduate Studies and Senate of the University, may also be considered for admission.

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE
Entry Requirements in Nutrition and Dietetics (PGD)
For PGD programme in Nutrition and Dietetics, candidates must have any of the following qualifications from recognized institutions:
1. HND in Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition or Dietetics with a minimum of Upper Credit or Third Class Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition or Dietetics or related discipline.
2. M.Sc in Nutrition and Dietetics: Candidates seeking admission into M.Sc. in Nutrition and Dietetics must have obtained as follows:
a) HND (Upper Credit) in Nutrition and/or Dietetics or Human Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition or Dietetics with PGD (Credit level) in Human Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition or Dietetics.
b) Bachelor degree with at least 2nd Class Honours (Lower Division) in Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition or Dietetics.
3. Ph.D. or M.Sc/Ph.D: Candidates seeking admission for Ph.D. degree programme or M.Sc/Ph.D. programme in Human Nutrition and Dietetics must have Master’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition and Dietetics or Human Nutrition or Dietetics with minimum GPA of 3.5 from a recognized institution.
Department of Home Science
1. PGD: Candidates seeking admission for PGD in Home Science must have any of the following qualifications from recognized institution:
a) HND in Home Science/Economics or relevant fields with a minimum of Upper Credit.
b) Third class Bachelor’s degree in Home Science/Economics.
2. M.SC: Candidates seeking admission for the Master of Science programme in Home Science must have any of the following qualifications from recognized institution:
a) Bachelor’s degree in Home Science or related discipline with a minimum of Second Class honour (Lower Division).
b) Bachelor’s degree in Home Science or related discipline with 3rd class honours degree plus PGD passed at Upper Credit level.
c) HND Upper Credit plus PGD at Upper Credit level in addition to satisfying University matriculation requirements.
3. Ph.D.: Candidates seeking admission into Ph.D. programme or firm registration in Home Science must have Masters Degree in Home Science/Home Economics or related discipline from recognized Institution.
a) With minimum GPA of 3.5 or 60% without failed courses.
b) Those with an average of 50% with outstanding course(s) will take them and as well proceed to their Doctorate programme.
c) Those with an average of less than 50% will retake the entire courses.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS INTO THE FACULTY OF LAW
LL.M: Candidates seeking admission into the LL.M programme of the Faculty of Law must among other things have obtained a CGPA of not less than 3.0.
Ph.D: Candidates seeking admission into Ph.D. programme of the Faculty of Law must have obtained a CGPA of not less than 4.0.
Other entry qualifications are as contained in the General Entry Requirements for candidates seeking admission into the University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
B. MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMME
The following shall qualify for Master’s Degree admission:

(i) Graduates of the University of Nigeria or of other recognized universities who have obtained the Bachelor’s degree in relevant disciplines with at least a second class honours with not less than 2.50 GPA;

(ii) Candidates with relevant Postgraduate Diplomas from the University of Nigeria or any other recognized university with at least credit level passes with a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 5-point scale or 3.0 on 4-point scale;

(iii) Candidates whose first degrees are unclassified but have scores of 50% or above;

(iv) For M.Ed. degree programmes, candidates with at least a good second class single honours degree in teaching subjects plus at least a merit level pass at Postgraduate Diploma in Education, or those who hold a third class honours degree in teaching subjects plus Postgraduate Diploma in Education passed at credit level or above;

(v) For MPA degree programme, candidates should, in addition to (i) and (ii) above, be serving administrative/managerial staff in the Public or Private sector with a at least two years post-qualification cognate experience;

(vi) Holders of professional Fellowship qualifications such a FIMLT, FNILT, NIPR, or their equivalents obtained through examination. However, candidates with the professional certificates listed above must have worked as Senior Technologist(s) or in equivalent position(s) for at least three years;

(vii) For MPH degree programme, candidates should in addition to (i) above, have at least three years relevant post qualification experience or at least a Second Class Honours degree in Nursing Sciences, Sociology and Social Work, Psychology, Medical Microbiology, Medical Biochemistry, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Health Education, Pharmacy, DVM, MBBS and BDS. For MPH Degree Programme, the Department will screen the candidates further and base their recommendation on such screening result.
(viii) Candidates who hold qualifications other than those listed above, which are acceptable to the Senate of the University of Nigeria.

C. DOCTORATE DEGREE (Ph.D.) PROGRAMME

Candidates from the University of Nigeria or from other recognized Universities who have obtained Master’s degree appropriate for the proposed areas of study shall qualify for Doctorate Degree admission. Specifically:
(i) A minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 5-point scale is required for admission into Ph.D programme in all Departments except those departments listed in C: (ii) below:
(ii) A minimum GPA of 4.0 on a 5-point scale is required for admission into Ph.D programme in the following Departments/Faculties: Music, Economics, Psychology, Education, Medical Sciences, Business Administration, Department of Public Administration and Local Government, Faculty of Law.
(iii) A minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4-point scale or a B (60%) at Master’s degree average provided that satisfactory research work formed part of the Master’s Degree programme.
D. MASTER’S/Ph.D. DEGREE PROGRAMME
(i) A candidate with first class honours from a recognized University may be admitted into a Master’s/Ph.D. programme in his/her discipline.
(ii) A candidate with Master’s degree from a recognized University with a GPA of 3.50 on 5-point scale or 3.00 on 4-point scale who wishes to do Ph.D. degree in a related area shall qualify for the Master’s/Ph.D. Any candidate who is not qualified for Ph.D. admission on account of low GPA is still not qualified for admission into Master’s/ Ph.D. programme.
(iii) For Faculties and Departments where the possession of Master’s degree with 4.00 points GPA and above is the condition for Ph.D admission, applicants with Master’s degree GPA of 3.50 and above, but not up to 4.00 may apply for Master’s/Ph.D admission. On completion of Master’s degree coursework specified by the Department, the candidate shall be qualified for a firm Ph.D. registration if he or she attains the GPA of 4.00 in the Master’s programme.

CEMAC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
The following may qualify for admission:

1. Postgraduate Diploma Programme
(i) Graduates of the University of Nigeria or other recognized Universities who have obtained a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 3rd Class degree. Such candidates should have a minimum of five credits in WASC or GCE or NECO including English Language, Mathematics and a science subject.
(ii) Holders of Higher National Diploma (HND) from recognized institutions, with a minimum of upper level credit or its equivalent in relevant areas. Candidates with HND should have obtained a minimum of 5 credits in WASC or GCE O/L or NECO, including English Language, Mathematics and at least one science subject.

2. Master of Science (M.Sc.) Programme in Environmental Management and Control
(i) Graduates of the University of Nigeria or other recognized universities who have obtained the approved degree, with a minimum of second class honours division or its equivalent in any of the relevant disciplines.
(ii) Candidates with university honours degree who also hold the PGD in Environmental Management and Control of the University of Nigeria or other recognized universities with a minimum GPA of 3.50 on a 5-point scale or 3.00 on a 4-point scale is required.

3. Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) programme in Environmental Management and Control
Graduates of the University of Nigeria or other recognized universities who have obtained the degree of M.Sc. in Environmental Management and Control or its equivalent.
4. M.Sc./Ph.D. Programme in Environmental Management & Control
See the General Entry Requirement for Masters/Ph.D programme in D (i) and (ii) above.
5. MDRM (Master in Disaster Risk Management)
See the General Entry Requirement for Master’s degree programme in B (i) to B (viii) above.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN INSTITUTE OF MARITIME STUDIES (IMS)

Postgraduate Diploma in Maritime Studies
(i) Holders of HND with at least upper credit level pass;
(ii) Minimum of Second Class Honours degree with at least 2.5 GPA from UNN or any other recognized Universities.
Masters Degree in Maritime Studies
(a) M.Sc, Maritime Management
(i) Minimum of a Second Class Honors degree with at least 2.5 G.P.A in Economics; Accountancy, Banking and Finance, Insurance, Management and Marketing;
(ii) Postgraduate Diploma in Maritime Management with a minimum of Upper Credit level pass from UNN or any other recognized University;
(b) M.Sc. in Maritime Business & International Logistics
(i) A minimum of Second Class Honours degree with at least 2.5 GPA in Economics, Accountancy, Banking & Finance, Insurance, Management and Marketing, from UNN or any other recognized University.
(ii) PGD in Maritime Business & International Logistics with a minimum of Upper Credit level pass.
(c) M.Sc. Maritime Telecommunication
(i) A minimum of a Second Class Honours degree with at least 2.5 GPA in Electrical/Electronic Engineering or related disciplines from UNN or other recognized University.
(ii) Candidates with PGD in Maritime Telecommunications of UNN or any other recognized institution with at least Upper Credit level pass.
(d) M.Sc. Maritime Law and Policy
(i) A good honours degree in Law (LLB) from UNN or any other recognized University.
Duration of Programme: Master’s degree programme in Maritime Studies has a minimum of 18 months (3 Semesters) while PGD programme has a minimum of 12 months (2 Semesters).

ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS FOR POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN CLIMATE CHANGE ECONOMICS, POLICY AND INNOVATION (CCEPI)
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMME
The following shall qualify for postgraduate diploma admission:
i) Graduates of the University of Nigeria or any other recognized Universities;

ii) Holders of Credit (Upper credit) level passes at HND;

iii) Candidates with the Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of third class honours;

iv) See also the general entry requirements for postgraduate diploma programmes.
MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMME
The following shall qualify for Master’s Degree admission:
(i) Graduates of the University of Nigeria or of any other recognized universities who have obtained the Bachelor’s degree in relevant disciplines with at least a good second class honors in the following faculties/disciplines: Agriculture, Biological Sciences, Health Sciences & Technology, Physical Sciences, The Social Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Business Administration, Environmental Studies, faculties in Humanities and Law.

(ii) Candidates with Postgraduate Diploma in Climate Change Economics, Policy and Innovation of the University of Nigeria or awarded by any other recognized institution with at least upper credit level passes;

(iii) Candidates whose first degrees are unclassified but have scores of 50% or above;

(iv) Candidates who hold qualifications other than those listed above, which are acceptable to the Senate of the University of Nigeria.

DOCTORATE DEGREE (Ph.D.) PROGRAMME

The following shall qualify for Doctorate Degree admission:

Graduates of the University of Nigeria or of any other recognized Universities who have obtained the Master’s degree in Climate Change Economics, Policy and Innovation with a minimum CGPA of 3.50 on a 5-point scale, 3.00 point on a 4-point scale or ‘B’ 60% average provided that satisfactory research work formed part of the Master’s degree programme;

MASTER’S/Ph.D. PROGRAMME
The following shall qualify for Master’s/Ph.D. admission:
(a) A candidate with first class honors from a recognized University may be admitted into a Master’s/Ph.D. programme;
(b) A candidate with Master’s degree from the University with a grade point average of 3.50 on 5-point or 3.00 on 4-point scale. i.e 60%.
SANDWICH POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES
1. M.Ed. Sandwich programmes of the Faculty of Education are run in the following Departments: Adult Education; Arts Education; Science Education; Health & Physical Education (Health Education, Physical Education & Recreation options); Social Science Education; and Vocational Teacher Education.
2. MLS degree sandwich programme is offered in the Department of Library & Information Science.
3, Sandwich Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE), Postgraduate Diploma in Vocational Teacher Education (PGDTE) and Postgraduate Diploma in Library & Information Science (PGDL)are based in the Institute of Education under Sandwich Programme.
NOTE: Candidates are advised to read through the current Postgraduate Regulation of the University for proper guide on the conditions for Postgraduate admissions in the University.
DURATION OF COURSES
(a) Postgraduate Diploma (Regular) – Two semesters
(a) Postgraduate Diploma (Sandwich) – Three Long Vacations
(b) Master’s degree (Regular):
(i) A minimum of 3 semesters for full-time and 5 Semesters for part-time in all Departments/Faculties except for the Departments/Faculties listed in c(ii) below.
(ii) A minimum of 4 semesters for Full-time and 6 semesters for part-time for the following Departments/Faculties: Sociology, Psychology, Public Administration and Local Government (PALG), Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine, Education and Business Administration.
(a) M.Ed. (Sandwich) – three long vacations.
(b) Ph.D. degree Programme – A minimum of six semester for full time and eight semesters for part time in all Faculties except Agriculture which is four semesters for full time and six semesters for part time. (Ph.D. is not run as a Sandwich programme).
Candidates are expected to complete their programmes at the minimum duration but not to exceed the maximum. (See: Postgraduate Regulations).
REGISTRATION
For Regular/Sandwich programme, Postgraduate Diploma, Master’s and Doctorate degree programmes, candidates are considered for admission once in a session. Regular students are expected to register their postgraduate courses within four weeks from the commencement of the session. Candidates admitted for sandwich programmes are expected to register not later than two weeks from the commencement of the sandwich session.

METHOD OF APPLICATION
Application Forms can be completed ONLINE after the payment of a non-refundable fee of N25,000.00 (Twenty five thousand naira only) at any bank using the Remita platform.

Applicants should log on to www.unn.edu.ng and follow the procedures stated below:
 Click on UNN Portal or through this link unnportal.unn.edu.ng.
 Click on PG Application form to generate invoice for payment.
 Use your phone number to generate the invoice. You are advised to use a functional number to enable us reach you for the admission screening test.
 Proceed to any Bank with Remita platform for payment.
 Return to the UNN Portal with your Remita Number from the Bank and follow the procedure for completing the form.

AVAILABILITY OF SCHOLARSHIP FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS

Scholarship of up to $6,000.00 per annum is available to Foreign students that are:
1. Not currently under any other scholarship.
2. Who have Cumulative GPA of 3.5 and above on a 5-Point scale (70%) in their Undergraduate or Postgraduate Studies.

REFEREE REPORTS
Candidates should fill in their referee full names and emails online. A link will be sent to the email addresses of the referees. The referees are to complete the online referee forms and submit same online. The contents of the referee forms will be available to the School of Postgraduate studies and also available for print out by the respective applicants. Please note that applications would not be processed unless the referees’ reports are available.
*Enter correct email addresses of your referee.
TRANSCRIPTS
Candidates should download transcript request forms (D2) also provided online, and submit to their former Universities/Institutions to forward with a copy of Academic transcript(s) to “The Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka” to reach him/her not later than 15 October. Candidates whose transcripts are not received on or before the deadline by the School would not have their application forms processed.
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORMS
Most information required would be completed online. However, a copy of the online completed application form should be downloaded and printed. The printed application form with the relevant documents as listed below should be posted or delivered to the Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, for Nsukka based faculties. Candidates for Enugu based faculties are to submit their application forms by post or delivered to: The PAR, School of Postgraduate Unit, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus. For ease of reference, Enugu based faculties are: Business Administration; Environmental Studies; Health Sciences & Technology; Medical Sciences; Institute for Development Studies (IDS) and Centre for Environmental Management & Control (CEMAC). Candidates are advised to ensure that the following documents are enclosed in the file:
(a) NYSC Certificates (Discharge or Exemption or exclusion Certificate). Note that To Whom It May Concern shall not be accepted.
(b) Two copies of the Application summary form (D3) available online should be downloaded & printed:
(i) One copy of the printed summary form (D3) should be glued very neatly (NOT STAPLED) on a brown 10” X 15” envelope;
(ii) The second copy of the printed summary form (D3) should be glued very neatly (NOT STAPLED) on a white 9” X 13” file Jacket;

(c) One copy each, of the downloaded referee reports.
(d) All accompanying documents should be placed in the file Jacket, specified in (b.ii) and the File Jacket should be placed in brown envelope as specified in (b.i.) above.

All documents must fit into the 10” X 15” envelope and delivered or addressed and sent by courier to “The Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka”.
CLOSING DATE
Online sale of Supplementary Application Forms starts from 6 September, 2017 and ends on 15 October, 2017.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL APPLICANTS
1. All applicants shall undergo computer based Postgraduate Admission Screening Test.
2. Check out for information on screening processes via the UNN Website: www.unn.edu.ng or www.spgs.unn.edu.ng from 15 October, 2017 after submitting the completed application form.
3. Date of the Screening Test: To be announced.
NOTE: For Ph.D. degree programme, a candidate must obtain at least an acceptance letter for publishing an article from a journal certified by the University of Nigeria, Nsukka as a condition for graduation.

T. Ugwueze,
Deputy, Registrar/Secretary,
School of Postgraduate Studies

31 August, 2017


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UNEC MENTORING – MENTORING FOR FINAL YEAR LAW STUDENTS

Law class of 1991 is coming home … 25 year celebrations since graduating from UNEC
 
The past and present students of the Unec Mentoring program congratulate the law class of 1991 as they celebrate 25 years since graduation from the faculty of law.
Enugu Campus
Our new new  website  is. www.unecmentoring.org
 
 
Thanks
Mrs Ike.

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UNEC LAW CLASS OF 1991

Presents

UNEC MENTORING – MENTORING FOR FINAL YEAR LAW STUDENTS.
BY
ALUMNI & FRIENDS OF THE UNEC MENTORING TEAM

OFFERING:

ADVICE & SHORT TERM MENTORING
MORAL SUPPORT WITH YOUR STUDIES
GOAL SETTING & CAREER PLANNING – LAW SCHOOL PREPARATION.
CRITICAL FEEDBACK & NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES.
A BOOST IN YOUR CONFIDENCE

Contact:

Email: uneclawclassof91@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unec.mentoring?ref=ts&fref=ts
Telephone/Text: +44 07407188579

We are proud to state we started the programme with five selected students in January 2014, we completed the second program with twelve students in August 2015 .The interviews for the students next year have been completed via skype and 15 students will be selected to start in January 2016

Some Testimonials from our past students …….

“On behalf of all the mentees, I want to a big thank you for all that you are doing for us, we are very grateful. The lunch/talk on Saturday was enlightening. From the bottom of my heart I appreciate your efforts and assistance. Thank you.”

“God bless you all for your kindness. It’s been an awesome experience”

“Everyone shared his/her experience in the past 6 months; kind of an appraisal.”

“My gratitude goes to Coach Helena Kay for a wonderful interaction on poise and elocution, laws of attraction, neuroscience and coaching. I was deeply inspired by Coach Helena’s story and will put all I have learnt in to practice not forgetting to look in the mirror and say the four magic words…Thanks a lot UNEC Class of 91”

“It’s been a wonderful journey with you… I am excited and enjoyed every bit of the Skype session despite the network fluctuations on our side. God bless you Ma for the awesome work so far.”

“It is a good thing this programme was introduced it has had a tremendous impact on my last year at school.”

“Thanks to UNEC mentoring team my project is ready for submission”

******* A big thank you to our Alumni Mentors, Speakers & friends of UNEC Mentoring. ******

Signed:
Mrs. Nwanneka Ike (Solicitor-Adv.uk) UNEC Alumni
Mentoring Co-ordinator


lawClass

UNEC MENTORING – MENTORING FOR FINAL YEAR LAW STUDENTS…

Law class of 1991 is coming home … 25 year celebrations since graduating from UNEC
The past and present students of the Unec Mentoring program congratulate the law class of 1991 as they celebrate 25 years since graduation from the faculty of law.
Enugu Campus
Our new new  website  is. www.unecmentoring .org
Thanks
Mrs Ike.

research line

UNEC LAW CLASS OF 1991

Presents

UNEC MENTORING – MENTORING FOR FINAL YEAR LAW STUDENTS.
BY
ALUMNI & FRIENDS OF THE UNEC MENTORING TEAM

OFFERING:

ADVICE & SHORT TERM MENTORING
MORAL SUPPORT WITH YOUR STUDIES
GOAL SETTING & CAREER PLANNING – LAW SCHOOL PREPARATION.
CRITICAL FEEDBACK & NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES.
A BOOST IN YOUR CONFIDENCE

Contact:

Email: uneclawclassof91@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unec.mentoring?ref=ts&fref=ts
Telephone/Text: +44 07407188579

We are proud to state we started the programme with five selected students in January 2014, we completed the second program with twelve students in August 2015 .The interviews for the students next year have been completed via skype and 15 students will be selected to start in January 2016

Some Testimonials from our past students …….

“On behalf of all the mentees, I want to a big thank you for all that you are doing for us, we are very grateful. The lunch/talk on Saturday was enlightening. From the bottom of my heart I appreciate your efforts and assistance. Thank you.”

“God bless you all for your kindness. It’s been an awesome experience”

“Everyone shared his/her experience in the past 6 months; kind of an appraisal.”

“My gratitude goes to Coach Helena Kay for a wonderful interaction on poise and elocution, laws of attraction, neuroscience and coaching. I was deeply inspired by Coach Helena’s story and will put all I have learnt in to practice not forgetting to look in the mirror and say the four magic words…Thanks a lot UNEC Class of 91”

“It’s been a wonderful journey with you… I am excited and enjoyed every bit of the Skype session despite the network fluctuations on our side. God bless you Ma for the awesome work so far.”

“It is a good thing this programme was introduced it has had a tremendous impact on my last year at school.”

“Thanks to UNEC mentoring team my project is ready for submission”

******* A big thank you to our Alumni Mentors, Speakers & friends of UNEC Mentoring. ******

Signed:
Mrs. Nwanneka Ike (Solicitor-Adv.uk) UNEC Alumni
Mentoring Co-ordinator


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UNIVERSITY RESEARCH POLICY – 2013

The University of Nigeria Research Policy

The University of Nigeria is committed to advancing knowledge through research and scholarship and to inculcate flair for inquisition and discovery among its academics, researchers and scholars. The University aims at providing an enabling environment that would encourage articulate and well-organized research that will enhance economic, social and cultural welfare of the society. Continue reading