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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by gatsbym4(m): 5:51pm On Oct 09
Please does anyone here have the course outline for Msc peace and conflict studies
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 6:01pm On Oct 09

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Samisha500: 6:02pm On Oct 09
E-EXAM : LAGOS STUDY CENTRE

You're hereby directed to come for your MOCK E exam.
Date: 13th Oct. 2020.
TIME:8am
N:B: This is to test how E exam will be like. It is very important, especially for FIRST TIME E EXAM STUDENTS, however it is for every students that registered for e exam courses.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by openuniversity5: 6:10pm On Oct 09
YOUR LAST BUS STOP FOR ALL NOUN ENQUIRIES/SOLUTION.

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✅ *Admission Assistance/Enquiry:* 2020/2021 Admission ongoing,

✅ *PAST QUESTIONS: 100L-800L(2014-2019)! _All Department_*.

✅ *Project Materials, Writing/Binding*

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Fkj202004: 8:49pm On Oct 09
PRESS RELEASE

NOUN Resumes Academic Activities on Monday

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) will resume academic activities on Monday, October 12, 2020.

This follows the recent decision of the Federal Government on re-opening of all academic institutions.

The university had suspended all academic activities on March 20, 2020 following the outbreak of coronavirus in the country.

NOUN director of media and publicity, Mr. Ibrahim Sheme, said in a press release that the university Management has directed all members of staff to resume duty on Monday.

According to him, the university Registrar, Mr. Felix I. Edoka, had advised the staffers to strictly abide by all the known COVID-19 safety protocols while at work, saying any breach would not be tolerated.

He added that the Registrar informed all deans, directors and heads of unit to ensure compliance with both the resumption and the safety measures.

It is noteworthy that NOUN students were able to continue with their studies from home during the six-month lockdown, the university being an Open and Distance Learning (ODL) institution which requires no classroom attendance.

Signed:

Ibrahim Sheme
Director, Media and Publicity,
NOUN

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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by gatsbym4(m): 7:47am On Oct 10
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by qanda: 8:08am On Oct 10
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Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by IYGEAL(m): 10:57am On Oct 10
Has facilitation started for 2020_2 or there would be none?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by LandMann: 12:29pm On Oct 10
Any post graduate diploma student in NOUN here?

I would appreciate if you can help me explain how NOUN CALENDAR works.

For someone who is hoping to start and complete a post graduate diploma in one year from January 2021 to December 2021, is it advisable to register now or wait till January next year for registration?

In other words, when is the best time to register so one can start studies in January and conclude by December next year?

The calendars I have seen look more tailored for current students, and doesn't address the concerns of potential and incoming students.

Anyone with useful information should please clarify. Thank you.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by yak(m): 12:43pm On Oct 10
[quote author=LandMann post=94797741][/quote]

covid has altered everything. I will suggest u hold on till a new calendar is published.
Although, I'm foreseeing a situation exams might b held by January 2021
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Fkj202004: 12:59pm On Oct 10
yak:


covid has altered everything. I will suggest u hold on till a new calendar is published.
Although, I'm foreseeing a situation exams might b held by January 2021
Well, there is 95% chance another PoP exams will be held December and e-exam January 2021. Also, there might be convocation January 2021 too.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by LandMann: 1:05pm On Oct 10
yak:


covid has altered everything. I will suggest u hold on till a new calendar is published.
Although, I'm foreseeing a situation exams might b held by January 2021

The whole situation is a bit confusing.

The school says they're resuming on Monday:

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/10/noun-fixes-monday-for-resumption-of-academic-activities/amp/

I know that registration for new students is currently ongoing... But I don't know when the registration will end and when the new students are to resume...

Please if you can throw more light or know anyone who's currently doing a post graduate there please put me in contact with the person so I can get the accurate information. Thanks a lot man
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by LandMann: 1:11pm On Oct 10
Fkj202004:

Well, there is 95% chance another PoP exams will be held December and e-exam January 2021. Also, there might be convocation January 2021 too.

When do you think students who register now will start their studies?

Do you think they'll be rushed to meet up or do you think they'll start in January?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Fkj202004: 2:12pm On Oct 10
LandMann:


When do you think students who register now will start their studies?

Do you think they'll be rushed to meet up or do you think they'll start in January?

It is expected that if you have registered for the new semester, you should have started your studies.

In other words, if you have registered for 2020_2, you should expect to write exams December /January.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by actioncadet: 2:20pm On Oct 10
Can I see PGDE courses per semesters?



OK.
Find the attached courses for PGD. Info Tech.


Check well again. You have two semesters are required to carry a minimum of an Elective each semester.[/quote]
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Fkj202004: 2:20pm On Oct 10
LandMann:


The whole situation is a bit confusing.

The school says they're resuming on Monday:

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/10/noun-fixes-monday-for-resumption-of-academic-activities/amp/

I know that registration for new students is currently ongoing... But I don't know when the registration will end and when the new students are to resume...

Please if you can throw more light or know anyone who's currently doing a post graduate there please put me in contact with the person so I can get the accurate information. Thanks a lot man

Studies have started for those that registered for 2020_2. If you are through with your registration, go to your study centre with your e-wallet and exam registration slip so that you can be given textbooks. Also, you can download the materials at https://nou.edu.ng/courseware.

Currently, date for close of registration is not known.

Also, expect to write exams December 2020

NOUN is trying to rush up things.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by actioncadet: 2:23pm On Oct 10
Can you display PGDE courses per semesters?

NOUN fees always varies depending on the courses you pick. But a budget of about 70k ± should do.
Semester registration 35k
Course registration 2500 for 2units, 3k for 3units
Exams registration 2k per course
TP 10k
Project registration 25k[/quote]
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by yak(m): 3:26pm On Oct 10
LandMann:


The whole situation is a bit confusing.

The school says they're resuming on Monday:

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2020/10/noun-fixes-monday-for-resumption-of-academic-activities/amp/

I know that registration for new students is currently ongoing... But I don't know when the registration will end and when the new students are to resume...

Please if you can throw more light or know anyone who's currently doing a post graduate there please put me in contact with the person so I can get the accurate information. Thanks a lot man


Since March that Covid started, all levels of civil servants were asked to stay at home, then levels 12 and above were later asked to resume. The news abt resumption is for their other staff who have bn at home all the while.
Note that students have resumed long ago, did their Pen on Paper and preparing for e-exam that will start in matter of days. if I'm not mistaken, it shld b over in a week or 2. I believe a new semester/session starts immediately since NOUN admits every semester
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by iabdulrazaq(m): 3:30pm On Oct 10
Fkj202004:


Studies have started for those that registered for 2020_2. If you are through with your registration, go to your study centre with your e-wallet and exam registration slip so that you can be given textbooks. Also, you can download the materials at https://nou.edu.ng/courseware.

Currently, date for close of registration is not known.

Also, expect to write exams December 2020

NOUN is trying to rush up things.
please, Still can't do course registration for msc public health I keep getting no course to register for this level
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Dave0116(m): 4:47pm On Oct 10
Please what's the current entry level school fees for bsc economics?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by cytP450: 4:52pm On Oct 10
iabdulrazaq:

please, Still can't do course registration for msc public health I keep getting no course to register for this level


Same here.
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Fkj202004: 5:08pm On Oct 10
iabdulrazaq:

please, Still can't do course registration for msc public health I keep getting no course to register for this level

So sorry about this. Please still be patient. MIS is seriously working on it
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Fkj202004: 5:09pm On Oct 10
Dave0116:
Please what's the current entry level school fees for bsc economics?

School fees for for new students is 36,000 minus your course and exam registrations
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Dave0116(m): 5:46pm On Oct 10
Fkj202004:


School fees for for new students is 36,000 minus your course and exam registrations
please How much are those?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Fkj202004: 6:24pm On Oct 10
Dave0116:
please How much are those?
It depends on how many courses you are doing for the semester.

For B.Sc. Economics, these are the registration fees for 100level first semester:

4 courses @ 2 credit unit = 2,000 x 4 = 8000
2 courses @ 3 credit unit = 2,500 x 2 = 5000
An elective course which might be either 2 or 3 credit unit = 2,000 or 2,500
Examination registration is 1,000 per course = 7,000

Total = 22,000 or 22,500 for course and exams registration plus 36,000 for school fees = 58,000 or 58,500
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by LandMann: 6:37pm On Oct 10
Fkj202004:


Studies have started for those that registered for 2020_2. If you are through with your registration, go to your study centre with your e-wallet and exam registration slip so that you can be given textbooks. Also, you can download the materials at https://nou.edu.ng/courseware.

Currently, date for close of registration is not known.

Also, expect to write exams December 2020

NOUN is trying to rush up things.

Thanks a lot bro. Please check your email or give me your WhatsApp number so I can reach you... The the is becoming a bit clearer with your explanation. Thanks a lot
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Fkj202004: 6:43pm On Oct 10
LandMann:


Thanks a lot bro. Please check your email or give me your WhatsApp number so I can reach you... The the is becoming a bit clearer with your explanation. Thanks a lot

Send me a mail at Fkj202004@gmail.com. I will respond immediately I see your mail
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by LandMann: 7:03pm On Oct 10
Fkj202004:


Send me a mail at .. I will respond immediately I see your mail

I have sent a mail just now. Please check. Thanks
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Fkj202004: 7:09pm On Oct 10
LandMann:


I have sent a mail just now. Please check. Thanks

I have replied you
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by gatsbym4(m): 7:17pm On Oct 10
Is there anyone here who has registered for Msc peace studies and conflict resolution
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Dave0116(m): 9:07pm On Oct 10
Fkj202004:

It depends on how many courses you are doing for the semester.

For B.Sc. Economics, these are the registration fees for 100level first semester:

4 courses @ 2 credit unit = 2,000 x 4 = 8000
2 courses @ 3 credit unit = 2,500 x 2 = 5000
An elective course which might be either 2 or 3 credit unit = 2,000 or 2,500
Examination registration is 1,000 per course = 7,000

Total = 22,000 or 22,500 for course and exams registration plus 36,000 for school fees = 58,000 or 58,500
Wow thanks for the breakdown will I be paying same for the next semester?
Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by Enskynelson(m): 9:21pm On Oct 10
Dave0116:

Wow thanks for the breakdown will I be paying same for the next semester?
Next semester, the calculation is similar except for semester registration. Instead of 36k, it will be 18k for every semester. The course registration and exams registration applies as he has explained.

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