NOUN courses registration is open

NOUN course registration 2018 is a popular concern among those who want to become a part of the National Open University of Nigeria. This university seems to be the answer to the requirements of all those who want to study, become professionals, and dedicate their labor to their motherland.

What is the NOUN in a nutshell?

The National Open University of Nigeria claims that their main goal is to make education accessible to everybody, no matter what their social status is. Their major departments in the school are: management, social, agricultural, health, and general sciences, law, education sphere, and arts.

NOUN course registration fees

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What’s the course registration fee for NOUN?

Course registration fees are not the same at NOUN University, every department charge different amount of registration fees. If you choose only one unit (this is mostly the choice of the practical sciences), you pay N1,000

  • If you choose two units, you pay N2,000
  • If you choose three units, you pay N2,500
  • If you choose four units (this is usual for the law department), you pay N3,000
  • If you choose six units (this is typical for the final year with all its diploma projects), you pay N6,000

There’s a short reference list of registration fees as they are represented at the official website of the National Open University of Nigeria.

  • Undergraduate students pay N6,000 (it’s equal for new and returning students, for the 1st and the 2nd semester)
  • Postgraduate students pay the same N6,000 (again, it’s equal for newcomers and returning students, for the 1st and the 2nd semesters)
  • Ph.D. students pay N10,000 for the application form and N150,000 for the per annum registration

Maybe, this short list will be helpful for those who are moving straight to the procedure of registration or application.

Is there any difference between NOUN course and examination registration fees?

NOUN course registration fees

Exam fees are added to the cost of the chosen courses. There are two set costs of examination fees at the NOUN. They are as follows:

  • Undergraduate students pay N1,000 for exams
  • Postgraduate students pay N2,000 for exams

That’s all regarding the examination fees. There’s a lot of useful information regarding the course fees and calculations of total fees for several different schedules at the official website of the NOUN.

What’s the NOUN course registration procedure?

NOUN course registration fees

There are several steps to take if you want to register:

  • Go to the official website of the NOUN
  • Find the menu line “Student Login”
  • Click the “Register” button
  • Enter the data, which is required from you
  • Click the “Submit” button

Once the submission is complete, do the following:

  • Find the menu line “Login” and click on it
  • Enter the password and Matric numbers
  • Go to the “Manage Wallet” menu
  • Click on the “Load Wallet” button
  • Enter the required details and the amount you’ve decided to pay
  • Click the “Pay” button
  • Copy the RRR number and execute the payment in any bank

Once the payment stage is complete, do the following:

  • Login at the official NOUN website
  • Go to the “Manage Wallet” menu
  • Click the “Check Payment Status” button
  • Enter the RRR number and Matric number
  • Click the “Check Wallet Payment” button

The final stage of your registration will require the following:

  • Click the “Home” button
  • Click the “Registration” button
  • Select the “Semester Registration” line
  • Enter the required data
  • Click the “Submit” button
  • Proceed with getting registered for the course and exams

How to apply for the NOUN admission?

NOUN course registration fees

In order to apply, you should go to the official website of the National Open University and choose the application menu. In it, you need to select either the undergraduate or the postgraduate program. Then, you are supposed to choose the faculty and select it. This done, you will see the admission criteria and you will need to fill out the form. After this, click the “Apply” button to proceed. Give attention to the unique ID that will appear on your screen. Select the payment type and pay with the help of the RRR number.

When this step is complete, go to the application menu once again, choose the program and head for the “Continue after payment” line. Enter the unique ID, the chosen program, and the RRR number. Fill out the form with special attention to the star marked boxes. When you fill out the form, click the “Submit” button, print out the Admission Letter and take it to the nearest study center.

As you can see, there’s nothing complicated about the registration process and understanding the fees. If you have questions, you should feel free to turn to the official NOUN website where they have plenty of information. Sometimes, it’s possible to find answers to your questions by simply searching through the Internet and students’ forums.

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Source: Naija.ng