National Open University of Nigeria courses and fees in 2020

National Open University of Nigeria courses and fees in 2020

Is the National Open University of Nigeria where you would like to further your education? Would you like to know more about National Open University of Nigeria courses and their fees? Read on.

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The National Open University of Nigeria is a Federal Open and Distance Learning institution, the first of its kind in the West African sub-region.

It is Nigeria's largest tertiary institution in terms of student number and is popularly referred to as 'NOUN'.

The university prides itself in its quality courses that attract multitudes of students each year. If you are one such student who would like to study at NOUN, then here is everything you need to know about NOUN courses and how much you will need to pay to study at this institution of higher learning.

National Open University of Nigeria courses

Here is an up-to-date list of National Open University courses as they appear on the NOUN portal

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Agricultural Sciences

  • B. Agric. (Agricultural Economics and Agro Business Option)
  • B. Agric. (Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Option)
  • B. Agric. (Animal Science Option)
  • B. Agric. (Aquaculture and Fisheries Management Option)
  • B. Agric. (Crop Production and Protection Sciences Option)
  • B. Agric. (Soil and Land Resources Management Option)
  • B.Sc Agricultural Extension and Management
  • B.Sc. Hotel and Catering Management
  • PGD Agricultural Extension and Management

Arts

  • B.A. Christian Religious studies
  • B.A. English
  • B.A. French
  • B.A. Islamic Studies
  • M.A Christian Religious Studies
  • PGD. Christian Religious Studies

Centre for Entrepreneurship and General Studies (CE&GS)

  • Access and General Studies
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Education

  • B.A.(Ed) Early Childhood Education
  • B.A.(Ed) English
  • B.A.(Ed) French
  • B.A.(Ed) Primary Education
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Agricultural Science
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Biology
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Business Education
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Chemistry
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Computer Science
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Integrated Science
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Mathematics
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Physics
  • M.Ed Guidance and Counselling
  • M.Ed. Educational Administration and Planning
  • M.Ed. Educational Technology
  • M.Ed. Science Education
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)

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Health Sciences

  • B.Sc. Community Health
  • B.Sc. Dental Technology
  • B.Sc. Environmental Health

Law

  • LB Law

Management Sciences

  • B.Sc Accounting
  • B.Sc Business Administration
  • B.Sc Marketing
  • B.Sc. Cooperative and Rural Development
  • B.Sc. Entrepreneurship
  • BSc Public Administration
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
  • MSc Business Administration
  • MSc Public Administration
  • PGD Business Administration
  • PGD Financial Management
  • PGD Public Administration

Social Sciences

  • B.Sc Economics
  • B.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies
  • B.Sc. International and Diplomatic Studies
  • B.Sc. Mass Communication
  • B.Sc. Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
  • B.Sc. Political Science
  • B.Sc. Tourism Studies
  • M.Sc. Mass Communication
  • M.Sc. Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
  • PGD Mass Communication
  • PGD. Criminology and Security Studies
  • PGD. Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution

NOUN school fees for undergraduates

NOUN school fees
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New students

For new students, the charges are:

  • Registration fees - 6,000
  • Caution deposit - 3,500
  • Orientation fees - 1,500
  • Matriculation fees - 1,500
  • I.D. Card - 500
  • Library fees - 3,000
  • ICT Administrative Charges - 5,000
  • E-Facilitation - 4,000
  • JAMB Regularization - 6,000
  • Result/Verification - 5,000
  • Total compulsory fees - 36,000

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Returning students

  • Registration fees - 6,000
  • Library fees - 3,000
  • ICT Administrative Charges - 5,000
  • E-Facilitation - 4,000
  • Total compulsory fees - 18,000

Postgraduate fees

Postgraduate students pay the following:

New students

  • Registration fees - 6,000
  • Caution deposit - 3,500
  • Orientation fees - 1,500
  • Matriculation fees - 1,500
  • I.D. Card - 500
  • Library fees - 3,000
  • ICT Administrative Charges - 5,000
  • E-Facilitation - 4,000
  • Result/Verification - 10,000
  • Total compulsory fees - 35,000

Returning students

  • Registration fees - 6,000
  • Library fees - 3,000
  • ICT Administrative Charges - 5,000
  • E-Facilitation - 4,000
  • Total compulsory fees - 18,000

Project fees

  • Undergraduates - N15,000
  • Post-graduate Diploma - N25,000
  • Masters - N40,000

Exam fees

  • Undergraduates - N1,000 per course
  • Postgraduates (PGD and Masters) - N2,000 per course

How to apply for NOUN admission

To apply to join the university, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the National Open University portal for admissions.
  2. On the NOUN website home page, go to the Menu Bar, click on the “Apply for Admission” button.
  3. Select either to apply for NOUN Undergraduate Programme, NOUN Postgraduate Admission or a Ph.D. Programme.
  4. Go to “Choose Faculty” (found at the left-hand side of the Noun Application page)
  5. Select the Faculty
  6. Fill the displayed NOUN Online Application form
  7. Click below to view the admission requirements for the selected programme.
  8. Click the “Apply” button to proceed.
  9. Take note of the NOUN admission application unique ID displayed. You will need it when printing the NOUN admission letter and for NOUN admission process continuation.
  10. Click the ‘Continue‘ button
  11. Select Bank Branch as payment type. You may choose other payment options if you do want to pay for the admission form online with your ATM / Master Card.
  12. To continue with the Bank Branch Payment option, click the “Pay” button.
  13. Then, copy and take the generated Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number to any NOUN participating bank for payment.

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After payment of NOUN admission form fee at a bank branch

  1. Perform steps 1 to 3 again.
  2. Go to the “Continue After Payment” option.
  3. Input the generated Unique ID, RRR number and programme.
  4. Click the “Proceed” button.
  5. Fill the online form. Note that all fields marked with a red star are compulsory, so do not skip any.

After filling the online form

  1. Click the “Submit” button.
  2. Print the admission letter.
  3. Finally, visit the nearest study centre for screening. It must be the study centre you chose while filling the application form.

Also, note that the university does not have a separate NOUN student portal for checking of students (NOUN admission list).

Now that you know which National Open University of Nigeria courses are offered by the institution and how much fees you need to pay, you can make a decision. And good luck while pursuing your higher education.

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The university offers so many courses that there is something for everyone. Check the list out, you might find something you like.

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