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I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 6:34pm On Mar 26
Hello Nairalanders. Please I need an advice on what to do, I will be brief and short,please read below
I graduated from NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA ,I’m planning to do my master in Canada,the basic is, I ordered for my transcript to be sent to CANADA since January 29/2020,could you believe that even till date it haven’t been sent to The school yet and I’m not sure this people(NOUN) are ready to do it yet . I paid 25,000 naira,I have gone to NOUN few times after the payment ,I sent an email to national open university and still yet. Nothing has been sent

PLEASE IF YOU ARE A JAMBITE. OPEN YOUR EYES WELL BEFORE CHOOSING SCHOOL. I REGRET GRADUATING FROM THAT SCHOOL

IN ADDITION
I graduated 2017. It took them about 2 years to release my name for graduation without me failing nor having any issues ,the bad aspect is,I might just have wasted all the money for my visa processing because this NOUN is not ready to send the transcript yet, after complains and all. The school is just not organized,They don’t give student(unofficial )copy for transcript either


Please what other step can I take ?

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Omihanifa: 6:40pm On Mar 26
It's so simple now just hit them up on their active twitter account (@noun_media)

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 6:49pm On Mar 26
Omihanifa:
It's so simple now just hit them up on their active twitter account (@noun_media)
Thanks. I will try that also
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 6:59pm On Mar 26
Omihanifa:
It's so simple now just hit them up on their active twitter account (@noun_media)

Please do I hashtag them or send a direct message ?
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by slimanyd: 8:33pm On Mar 26
Deathisfreee:
Hello Nairalanders. Please I need an advice on what to do, I will be brief and short,please read below
I graduated from NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA ,I’m planning to do my master in Canada,the basic is, I ordered for my transcript to be sent to CANADA since January 29/2020,could you believe that even till date it haven’t been sent to The school yet and I’m not sure this people(NOUN) are ready to do it yet . I paid 25,000 naira,I have gone to NOUN few times after the payment ,I sent an email to national open university and still yet. Nothing has been sent

PLEASE IF YOU ARE A JAMBITE. OPEN YOUR EYES WELL BEFORE CHOOSING SCHOOL. I REGRET GRADUATING FROM THAT SCHOOL

IN ADDITION
I graduated 2017. It took them about 2 years to release my name for graduation without me failing nor having any issues ,the bad aspect is,I might just have wasted all the money for my visa processing because this NOUN is not ready to send the transcript yet, after complains and all. The school is just not organized,They don’t give student(unofficial )copy for transcript either


Please what other step can I take ?
Sorry o. Ure acting like someone born overseas, An average nigeria institution never take cognizance of emails or online thingy. If only you spear a week and go to Abuja , All these should be done within few weeks with bribe . As thats the only thing that works here in nigeria .

Go and ask those that filled the online form for registering of international passport , Them go wait tire for house . But merely working down to there office and bribing ur way around , u go collect ur passport same day or next day.

Thats how spoilt the society we found ourselves is now. Its a pity though. So, its not about noun ,thats how all nigeria institutions are .

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Omihanifa: 9:11pm On Mar 26
Deathisfreee:


Please do I hashtag them or send a direct message ?

Both

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by oracle009(m): 9:36pm On Mar 26
I requested for my transcript from OAU (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife) via etx since October 2019...they are still posting me till date.

So, we plenty wey wan sue.

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Sanchez01: 9:41pm On Mar 26
oracle009:
I requested for my transcript from OAU (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife) via etx since October 2019...they are still posting me till date.

So, we plenty wey wan sue.

You had better visit 'Exams and Records' to fast track the entire thing. I saw the last time I visited some four years ago.
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by oracle009(m): 9:59pm On Mar 26
Sanchez01:

You had better visit 'Exams and Records' to fast track the entire thing. I saw the last time I visited some four years ago.

Thanks bro... I plan to. I will when I need it
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Mykelpato(m): 10:23pm On Mar 26
Go to headquarters at Abuja and you'll keep going until they give you.

Just got mine last month, it wasn't easy, I paid, settled most of the the workers there to no avail, waisted and waited.. Came again and paid the second time because I was so in need of that.

started applying since October last year... I missed winter because if that.

According to a staff there, why they're turning people who come to collect their trabsncripts around is because they don't want students to be leaving NOUN.

NB:they won't give you at hand, you need to provide an address of an institution in naija that they will send directly to.

Local used to be 5k, now 10k this year.. International, formerly 10k,i think 15k now.

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by garyaustin(m): 10:33pm On Mar 26
Please find below guidelines for transcript application. I applied online in January 2019 and the transcript was received by April. I became curious when I saw 25k as payment for the transcript. Please check if you followed the guideline below;
"UNDERGRADUATE TRANSCRIPT APPLICATION GUIDELINES
VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE
Payment is only to be made via the Remita platform at www.remita.net as follows:
Click on Pay FGN and State TSA.
Who do you want to Pay to (type “National Open University of Nigeria”);
Name of Service /Purpose (select “Miscellaneous Income” or “Others”);
Purpose of Payment (type “Undergraduate Transcript”); enter other relevant details, and pay online or in the bank.
Please fill in your details (phone number and e-mail address in the appropriate boxes).
Amount to be paid should be indicated. (Transcript within Nigeria is N10, 000 only, and outside Nigeria is N20, 000 only).
Payment of cash or any additional amount outside the aforementioned approved fee to any official of the university is prohibited.
REMITA will send a mail to your e-mail account, print out and take to any bank for payment.
Attach the Remita payment slip and the bank payment teller to the transcript application
The transcript application should be addressed to The Registrar, National Open University of Nigeria, Plot 91, Nnamdi Azikiwe Expressway, Cadastral Zone, Jabi, Abuja. Or all documents scanned and sent to: undergraduatetranscripts@noun.edu.ng.
The application should include all necessary details of the applicant (Full name of applicant, Matriculation number, programme, Faculty, Year of graduation, full address of destination, and designation of recipient (e.g. The Secretary, The Dean).
Attach a photocopy of your National Open University of Nigeria Certificate.
Contacts: 08079618970, 08167424141
If you have paid and obtained the necessary documents, click ‘Start Application’ to commence transcript application"
Source: https://nou.edu.ng/article/undergraduate-transcript-application-guidelines
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by DivineGrace123(f): 2:17am On Mar 27
Deathisfreee:
Hello Nairalanders. Please I need an advice on what to do, I will be brief and short,please read below
I graduated from NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA ,I’m planning to do my master in Canada,the basic is, I ordered for my transcript to be sent to CANADA since January 29/2020,could you believe that even till date it haven’t been sent to The school yet and I’m not sure this people(NOUN) are ready to do it yet . I paid 25,000 naira,I have gone to NOUN few times after the payment ,I sent an email to national open university and still yet. Nothing has been sent

PLEASE IF YOU ARE A JAMBITE. OPEN YOUR EYES WELL BEFORE CHOOSING SCHOOL. I REGRET GRADUATING FROM THAT SCHOOL

Please what other step can I take ?


Did you apply online? I also did a Master's program in NOUN and I will forever be grateful for doing the program because it was the degree that I used in applying for the Canadian Express Entry. The process for applying for my transcript back then was very easy and seamless. I applied online and it was sent to the ECA organization. I applied for the transcript back in 2017 though, so probably things have changed now. Have you contacted the school you sent the transcript to so you can be sure they have not received it?

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 4:07am On Mar 27
DivineGrace123:



Did you apply online? I also did a Master's program in NOUN and I will forever be grateful for doing the program because it was the degree that I used in applying for the Canadian Express Entry. The process for applying for my transcript back then was very easy and seamless. I applied online and it was sent to the ECA organization. I did mine in 2017 though, so probably things have changed now. Have you contacted the school you sent the transcript to so you can be sure they have not received it?


Thanks. I followed the right steps
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 4:08am On Mar 27
garyaustin:
Please find below guidelines for transcript application. I applied online in January 2019 and the transcript was received by April. I became curious when I saw 25k as payment for the transcript. Please check if you followed the guideline below;
"UNDERGRADUATE TRANSCRIPT APPLICATION GUIDELINES
VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE
Payment is only to be made via the Remita platform at www.remita.net as follows:
Click on Pay FGN and State TSA.
Who do you want to Pay to (type “National Open University of Nigeria”);
Name of Service /Purpose (select “Miscellaneous Income” or “Others”);
Purpose of Payment (type “Undergraduate Transcript”); enter other relevant details, and pay online or in the bank.
Please fill in your details (phone number and e-mail address in the appropriate boxes).
Amount to be paid should be indicated. (Transcript within Nigeria is N10, 000 only, and outside Nigeria is N20, 000 only).
Payment of cash or any additional amount outside the aforementioned approved fee to any official of the university is prohibited.
REMITA will send a mail to your e-mail account, print out and take to any bank for payment.
Attach the Remita payment slip and the bank payment teller to the transcript application
The transcript application should be addressed to The Registrar, National Open University of Nigeria, Plot 91, Nnamdi Azikiwe Expressway, Cadastral Zone, Jabi, Abuja. Or all documents scanned and sent to: undergraduatetranscripts@noun.edu.ng.
The application should include all necessary details of the applicant (Full name of applicant, Matriculation number, programme, Faculty, Year of graduation, full address of destination, and designation of recipient (e.g. The Secretary, The Dean).
Attach a photocopy of your National Open University of Nigeria Certificate.
Contacts: 08079618970, 08167424141
If you have paid and obtained the necessary documents, click ‘Start Application’ to commence transcript application"
Source: https://nou.edu.ng/article/undergraduate-transcript-application-guidelines


Thanks. This is boldly written on there site. I will try calling those number today
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 4:09am On Mar 27
Mykelpato:
Go to headquarters at Abuja and you'll keep going until they give you.

Just got mine last month, it wasn't easy, I paid, settled most of the the workers there to no avail, waisted and waited.. Came again and paid the second time because I was so in need of that.

started applying since October last year... I missed winter because if that.

According to a staff there, why they're turning people who come to collect their trabsncripts around is because they don't want students to be leaving NOUN.

NB:they won't give you at hand, you need to provide an address of an institution in naija that they will send directly to.

Local used to be 5k, now 10k this year.. International, formerly 10k,i think 15k now.

They are just scammers. Why do you have to apply for a transcript every time you need it. Isn’t that a fraud ?
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by DivineGrace123(f): 4:27am On Mar 27
Deathisfreee:


Thanks. I followed the right steps

You can also get a contact in Abuja just as someone suggested. I wish you the best.

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by yunnyp(m): 6:36am On Mar 27
You need to visit the Headquarter in Abuja, within 2hrs, you will get your transcript.

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by olumide81(m): 6:58am On Mar 27
The thing about transcript is, aside schools who are authorized to send electronic copy to WES and some institutions abroad, you must make personal arrangement for courier services, else your transcript may not leave the school premises .

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Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by DAutoDiagnosis: 7:06am On Mar 27
Life is free
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by IFEOLUWAKRIZ: 10:04am On Mar 27
If you meet the criteria, Nigerian Legal Aid Council is always there for you.
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by pek(m): 11:01am On Mar 27
Deathisfreee:
Hello Nairalanders. Please I need an advice on what to do, I will be brief and short,please read below
I graduated from NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA ,I’m planning to do my master in Canada,the basic is, I ordered for my transcript to be sent to CANADA since January 29/2020,could you believe that even till date it haven’t been sent to The school yet and I’m not sure this people(NOUN) are ready to do it yet . I paid 25,000 naira,I have gone to NOUN few times after the payment ,I sent an email to national open university and still yet. Nothing has been sent

PLEASE IF YOU ARE A JAMBITE. OPEN YOUR EYES WELL BEFORE CHOOSING SCHOOL. I REGRET GRADUATING FROM THAT SCHOOL

IN ADDITION
I graduated 2017. It took them about 2 years to release my name for graduation without me failing nor having any issues ,the bad aspect is,I might just have wasted all the money for my visa processing because this NOUN is not ready to send the transcript yet, after complains and all. The school is just not organized,They don’t give student(unofficial )copy for transcript either


Please what other step can I take ?
Get someone to be writing your correspondences. Your writing needs to improve. Some of these little things are turn offs.
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 2:39pm On Mar 27
pek:
Get someone to be writing your correspondences. Your writing needs to improve. Some of these little things are turn offs.

You are taking to a prof in English. This is not one of the kids on Nairaland
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by pek(m): 5:51pm On Mar 27
Deathisfreee:


You are taking to a prof in English. This is not one of the kids on Nairaland
Prof in English? I laugh. The letter you wrote is full of grammatical errors.
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by betliveman: 10:03am On Mar 28
yunnyp:
You need to visit the Headquarter in Abuja, within 2hrs, you will get your transcript.
. Evidence or else hold your peace forever. Liar liar
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by betliveman: 10:06am On Mar 28
Where they able to help you? Been on mine since January. Bribed most staffs at the hq yet they were just kicking me around. I don't know what kind of sch do no give people their property
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 7:11am On Mar 30
betliveman:
Where they able to help you? Been on mine since January. Bribed most staffs at the hq yet they were just kicking me around. I don't know what kind of sch do no give people their property


I am still on it bro, They haven’t. Have you gotten yours ?
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by betliveman: 9:36am On Mar 31
Deathisfreee:



I am still on it bro, They haven’t. Have you gotten yours ?

I have given up...will try again in August. Trying to make friends with the staffs at first then I will hit them up in the course of time
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 11:44am On Mar 31
betliveman:


I have given up...will try again in August. Trying to make friends with the staffs at first then I will hit them up in the course of time


I think we can come up with a plan bro. Send your number let’s have a WhatsApp group and execute some plans
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by Nobody: 11:45am On Mar 31
betliveman:


I have given up...will try again in August. Trying to make friends with the staffs at first then I will hit them up in the course of time


I think we can come up with a plan bro, Send your number or follow my next trend...let’s have a WhatsApp group and execute some plans
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by betliveman: 12:27pm On Mar 31
Deathisfreee:



I think we can come up with a plan bro, Send your number or follow my next trend...let’s have a WhatsApp group and execute some plans

Ok

0818 547 6627
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by yunnyp(m): 7:10am On Apr 01
betliveman:
. Evidence or else hold your peace forever. Liar liar


I've seen students that went to Abuja for their transcripts and got it the same day or latest the next day.

I'm not a staff of NOUN, m just a past student of the institution.

Even if you did not believe it, you need not to call someone Liar Liar because it shows how disrespectful you are, this might even be the reason they delayed your transcript because of your shape words towards them.
Re: I wish I have enough money to sue my school(NOUN) by betliveman: 7:15pm On Apr 01
yunnyp:



I've seen students that went to Abuja for their transcripts and got it the same day or latest the next day.

I'm not a staff of NOUN, m just a past student of the institution.

Even if you did not believe it, you need not to call someone Liar Liar because it shows how disrespectful you are, this might even be the reason they delayed your transcript because of your shape words towards them.

We hear u...can u pls link us ?

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