NOUN Set to Graduate 7000 students

NOUN Set to Graduate 7000 students

The National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN is set to graduate 7,000 students at its 4th convocation ceremony slated to hold on the `16th and 17th Jan. 2015.

According to the school management, NOUN Nigeria will on the 16th and 17th of January graduate a about 7,000 students at its 4th convocation scheduled to hold in Lagos State.

The 7,000 National Open University Nigeria, NOUN students would be awarded degrees, diplomas and certificates during the convocation in Lagos.

A statement signed by the institution’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Ronke Ogunmakin, said the event would be preceded by a lecture on ‘Open and Distance Learning and Democratic Transformation in Nigeria‘.

He said the lecture would be delivered by Prof. Rufai Alkali, the Special Adviser to the President on Political Affairs.

NOUN Graduands can see the programme of events at the official portal of NOUN Nigeria at:

See complete list of courses offered in NOUN Nigeria for interested persons. Also, application form for admission into NOUN for 2015 is still ongoing – Apply Here.

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