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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Edusportal(m): 3:46am On Feb 14
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Enskynelson(m): 4:06am On Feb 14
SisiLolo:

Please the can the printout serve as a statement of result for official purpose?
Unless stamped. It cannot.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15(m): 5:21am On Feb 14
Dara2:


Thanks bro! Please whats the next step after grad list?
CLEARANCE
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15(m): 5:22am On Feb 14
UPDATE ON CLEARANCE FOR FINALISTS


This is to inform all noun graduating students on the improvement of the newly approved noun graduation requirement and clearance timeline and/or timetable for the ongoing 2020 graduands clearance exercise and the noun convocation ceremony.


On this note, the Noun clearance exercise starts on Monday 9th of March, 2020 in all the study centres nationwide.


2020 NOUN Graduation Requirement


All graduating students are at this moment instructed to come along with the following documents for their clearance:

First thing first, your name must be found on the graduation list.

You are to fill the graduate exit survey form online, submit and print the form (with 3 Photocopies). http://researchandadvancement.nouedu.net/content/graduate-exit-survey


Three (3) printed copies of Noun clearance form.

Current E-wallets showing payments and expenditures and final balance.

Evidence of Registration of Project, Industrial Training (I.T), Field observation, Teaching Practice I & II, Clinical attachment, Practicum and Seminar through e-Wallet or Course Registration slip.

Evidence of Payment of N15,000 (Fifteen thousand Naira only) to the Noun participating banks for Convocation and registration fee (Through Remita website).


If you paid N10,000 for the project fee, you are to pay the remaining N5,000

If you paid N1,500 for your I.T, you must pay the remaining N8,500

If you can’t find evidence of payment of the above then you need to pay the total sum of N25,000 ( I.T and Project fee)


Ensure you make 3 copies of all payment receipts. Again, all the above payments are made via www.remita.net


Finally, students who can’t access their portal should kindly come with their evidence of payment for I.T and Project.


POINT TO NOTE: Negative balance (e.g – 4,000) in your Noun e-Wallet must be paid off before going for your clearance.


NOUN Bursary Clearance Procedure and Requirements

These are the requirements for NOUN bursary clearance exercise for final year students. It can only be done after a student must have been cleared for graduation and/or convocation but before the NOUN certificate collection. Here you have them:

Arrange your proof of payment (Remita receipt and Bank Teller)
Course Registration slip
Exam Registration slip
Comprehensive e-wallet statement

The above documents should be arranged in the order listed above, semester by semester.

NOUN Graduation Clearance Timeline for All Faculties

Assigned days students should go to their study centre for the graduation clearance exercise and examination slip stamping.


DAYS FACULTIES

MONDAYS: ARTS, AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES, HEALTH SCIENCES and LAW

TUESDAYS: EDUCATION

WEDNESDAYS: SOCIAL SCIENCES

THURSDAYS: SCIENCES

FRIDAYS: MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by michaelbills(m): 7:42am On Feb 14
The noun at mushin is no longer there. so is ikeja.Where are thier centres on the mainland in lagos?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15(m): 9:27am On Feb 14
UPDATE!

December 2018 blocked portal for malpractice and misconduct has been reopened....
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15(m): 9:45am On Feb 14
UPDATE!!!

Facilitation (Lectures) at all study centres and online at LCMS portal begins on 25th February, and ends on 30th April.

It literally begins 10 days from today.

GRADUATION LIST

There will be another list within two weeks, kindly exercise patience if you're qualified but haven't seen your name on the current list.

Thanks and always follow due processes henceforth in all your dealings.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Enskynelson(m): 11:54am On Feb 14
UPDATE

2020_1 POP and E-Exams First Draft Timetable is out!


No time! If you are yet to start studying, please do.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by rrreer: 12:07pm On Feb 14
Take Note of the Dates:

✅ Registration

Registration of Course/Exams ends 11th of March


✅ Tma
1st Tma: (9th-29th) March

2nd Tma: (30th-19th) March-April

3rd Tma: (1st- 20th) April.

Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by iyatrustee(f): 12:09pm On Feb 14
Enskynelson:
UPDATE

2020_1 POP and E-Exams First Draft Timetable is out!


No time! If you are yet to start studying, please do.

When is the proposed commencement date please?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Anthonyo15(m): 12:09pm On Feb 14
TREAT AS URGENT!!

Cross check your names on the graduation list and make sure they are being spelt correctly...

if your name is not well spelt try to visit the study center and make your report immediately so that they will rectify it before producing your Certificate...
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Enskynelson(m): 12:13pm On Feb 14
iyatrustee:


When is the proposed commencement date please?
POP begins Wednesday June 3, 2020.
E-Exams Begin Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Xtine22(m): 12:15pm On Feb 14
Enskynelson:
POP begins Wednesday June 3, 2020. E-Exams Begin Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
what of us wey never see kudi take register nko?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Enskynelson(m): 12:19pm On Feb 14
Xtine22:

what of us wey never see kudi take register nko?
May God provide my dear. There is still time, so don't give up.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by moyinoluwabun(m): 2:15pm On Feb 14
Expecting my name on the graduation list but can't find it. What's d suggested way forward please?
Anthonyo15:
TREAT AS URGENT!!

Cross check your names on the graduation list and make sure they are being spelt correctly...

if your name is not well spelt try to visit the study center and make your report immediately so that they will rectify it before producing your Certificate...
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by smokinloud: 3:26pm On Feb 14
Please when will the screening commence?!
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by smokinloud: 3:48pm On Feb 14
please what do I need to do after the provisional admission
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Phiheywhy1: 3:49pm On Feb 14
Anthonyo15:
TO OUR FRESH GRADUATES

Good bye from NOUN, kindly confirm from your study centre if your name actually appeared for convocation ceremony.

Make NOUN proud wherever you may find yourself henceforth.

I also want you to understand that what you've is a FULL DEGREE CERTIFICATE be if first or second degree, NEVER allow anyone intimidate you out there otherwise, you'll always stay behind where you accepted to be.

May God be with you as you face the squarely.

If you expected it but didn't make it, calm down and follow due process to find out why.

MacHarthony Cares smiley

My name is on the graduation list. pls how long does it take to shut down students' portal cus i still have to do some things on my portal next week.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Phiheywhy1: 4:02pm On Feb 14
Olamilite:

Pass is the only grade at postgraduate level.
but how wu one knows if he had PhD grade, talking about MSc students, wud it be writing on ones results?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Enskynelson(m): 4:47pm On Feb 14
Phiheywhy1:

but how wu one knows if he had PhD grade, talking about MSc students, wud it be writing on ones results?
Calculate your CGPA by yourself. If you cannot do it yourself, DM me for assistance.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Olamilite: 4:48pm On Feb 14
Phiheywhy1:

but how wu one knows if he had PhD grade, talking about MSc students, wud it be writing on ones results?
You can calculate your CGPA using available results on your portal. Only transcript bears the breakdown of student's academic performance, grade inclusive. And that is why transcript is a requirement for postgraduate admission.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by olokings(m): 5:18pm On Feb 14
Greetings,

If i am a graduate of NOUN and seek to pursue a Post Graduate Degree with NOUN, i am supposed to apply and pay for transcript aside from simply submitting my Transcript Application Form with Academic Office at NOUN HQ?

Please advise me.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Phiheywhy1: 6:24pm On Feb 14
Enskynelson:

Calculate your CGPA by yourself. If you cannot do it yourself, DM me for assistance.
My cgpa stand at 4.14 or there about. does this qualify for PhD grade?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by JangoroInvest(m): 6:24pm On Feb 14
Please who sure is the second batch of the graduation list. Am just tired of this school !
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by pstgoddie: 7:06pm On Feb 14
Anthony, please is it possible for someone who just finished a PGD Programme (just about to convocate) to get a Masters Programme form for further studies immediately in NOUN as it stands now?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Teddyg2(m): 7:06pm On Feb 14
They can not kill us, chill
JangoroInvest:
Please who sure is the second batch of the graduation list. Am just tired of this school !
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Sadteen: 7:20pm On Feb 14
Enskynelson:

POP begins Wednesday June 3, 2020.
E-Exams Begin Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
are those dates the same for all levels and programs?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Enskynelson(m): 8:04pm On Feb 14
Sadteen:
are those dates the same for all levels and programs?
POP is for 300 Level above except for GST.
E-Exams is for 100 and 200L as well as all GST courses.
NB.
You need not miss orientation at your study Centre please. You need it. Cheers.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by parrotibaba(m): 8:48pm On Feb 14
Can one make payment on Saturday?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Enskynelson(m): 9:05pm On Feb 14
Phiheywhy1:

My cgpa stand at 4.14 or there about. does this qualify for PhD grade?
It's quite enough. From 3.5 above. Depending on the school.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by nwaduto: 2:12am On Feb 15
Pls I want to confirm if noun offer nursing
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by IzuDestiny(m): 4:58am On Feb 15
JangoroInvest:
Please who sure is the second batch of the graduation list. Am just tired of this school !

Second batch will definitely be out after this mop up exercise for non examinable courses. So be patient.

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