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Nile University of Nigeria (NUN) Postgraduate Courses

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Nile University postgraduate courses – The Nile University of Nigeria (NUN) Postgraduate School (PGS) Ph.D. Degree, M.Phil /Ph.D. Degree, Master Degree and Postgraduate Diploma programmes accredited courses.

Nile University Postgraduate Courses.

The management of the Nile University of Nigeria (NUN) has advertised the following postgraduate programmes for the 2021/2022 academic session admission exercise.

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Nile University Postgraduate Courses

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COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES  
Public Health (MPH)–NEW 4 semesters/ 2 years
   
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING  
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (PGD) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Civil Engineering (PGD) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Computer Engineering (PGD) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Petroleum & Gas Engineering (PGD) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (M.Eng.) 3 semesters/ 1.5 years
Civil Engineering (M.Eng.) 3 semesters/ 1.5 years
Computer Engineering(M.Eng.) 3 semesters/ 1.5 years
Petroleum & Gas Engineering (M.Eng.) 3 semesters/ 1.5 years
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (PhD) 6 semesters/ 3 years
   
FACULTY OF NATURAL & APPLIED SCIENCES  
Biology (PGD) 2 semesters/ 1 year
Computer Science (PGD) 2 semesters/ 1 year
Biology (M.Sc.) 3 semesters/ 1.5 years
Computer Science (M.Sc.) 3 semesters/ 1.5 years
Industrial Chemistry (M.Sc.) 3 semesters/ 1.5 years
Analytical Chemistry (M.Sc.) 3 semesters/ 1.5 years
Industrial Chemistry (PhD)–NEW 6 semesters/ 3 years
Computer Science (PhD) 6 semesters/ 3 years
   
FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES  
Management (PGD) 2 semesters/ 1 year
Accounting (PGD) 2 semesters/ 1 year
Management (M.Sc.) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Accounting (M.Sc.) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Auditing /Forensic Management (M.Sc.)–NEW 4 semesters/ 2 years
Management (MPhil) 2 semesters/ 1 year
Accounting and Finance (MAF)–NEW 4 semesters/ 2 years
MBA 4 semesters/ 2 years
Management (PhD) 6 semesters/ 3 years
   
FACULTY OF ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES  
Economics (PGD) 2 semesters/ 1 year
International Relations & Diplomacy (PGD) 2 semesters/ 1 year
Conflict, Peace, & Strategic Studies (PGD) 2 semesters/ 1 year
Political Sciences (PGD) 2 semesters/ 1 year
Economics (M.Sc.) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Financial Economics (M.Sc.) 4 semesters/ 2 years
International Relations & Diplomacy (M.Sc.) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Conflict, Peace, & Strategic Studies (M.Sc.) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Political Sciences (M.Sc.) 4 semesters/ 2 years
English Studies (M.A.) 4 semesters/ 2 years
Financial Economics (MFE)–NEW 2 semesters/ 1 year
International Relations (MIR)–NEW 4 semesters/ 2 years
International Relations & Diplomacy (MPhil)–NEW 2 semesters/ 1 year
Conflict, Peace, & Strategic Studies (MPhil)–NEW 2 semesters/ 1 year
Economics (MPhil)–NEW 4 semesters/ 2 years
Political Science (MPhil)–NEW 2 semesters/ 1 year
Economics (PhD) 6 semesters/ 3 years
Political Science (PhD) 6 semesters/ 3 years
Int’l Relations & Diplomacy (PhD) 6 semesters/ 3 years
Conflict, Peace, & Strategic Studies (PhD)–NEW 6 semesters/ 3 years

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How to know if you are to write 2021 JAMB supplementary exam

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has disclosed that it has concluded plans to conduct the JAMB supplementary exam for 2021 UTME candidates o August 6th, 2021. According to JAMB, candidates that are to take the supplementary exam has been notified already.

For the benefit of the doubt, we have decided to explain how candidates can tell if they are to take part in the supplementary exam or not.

How to know if you are to write the JAMB supplementary exam

The rescheduled candidates are in the following categories:

1. Candidates who could not be initially scheduled for examination owing to their inability to timely procure and supply their mandatory NINs or profile codes until after the close of the registration exercise and, therefore, had to purchase Bank Drafts (as against the usual vending of PINs) after the scheduled period for the examination and were later registered.

2. Few candidates who encountered peculiar biometric verification problems, or who failed biometric verification on the examination date (and were recaptured) but were not allowed to partake in the examination. (Adequate screening arrangements have been made to reverify such claims and any candidate found to be involved in any form of impersonation will be identified for prosecution).

3. Candidates who were unable to sit for the UTME owing to the clash of timetables of the UTME and the then ongoing NABTEB examinations and whose particulars have been verified and supplied directly to JAMB by NABTEB.

4. Candidates who have been ascertained by JAMB to have experienced genuine rescheduling/technical problems as was the case in 30 of the 760 centres used for the examination.

5. Candidates who are able to print out their supplementary exam slip. The truth is that even if you fall into any of the categories above but you are unable to print your supplementary exam slip, it simply means that JAMB has not shortlisted you for the supplementary exam and hence, you are not qualified for the exam. If you are yet to print your JAMB supplementary slip, CLICK HERE to do so.

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