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Friday, June 22, 2018

FCT School of Nursing Admission Form 2018/2019 Session

FCT School of Nursing form
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the FCT Schools of Nursing/Midwifery Gwagwalada, Abuja, BASIC NURSING PROGRAMME for the 2018/2019 academic session.

The basic general nursing training is a general nursing course open to young males and females of not less than 17years of age, at the time of admission.

Entry Requirement:

Eligible candidates should possess WAEC, GCE or NECO with at least FIVE CREDIT passes including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology at not more than two sittings. The result(s) presented should not be more than 10 years since the examination was written. NABTEB certificate is not acceptable. Candidate must be up to 17 years of age.

Pregnant women are not eligible for admission.

How to Apply for FCT School of Nursing Admission Form.

Candidates wishing to apply are to pay a non-refundable fee of N5,500 (Five Thousand, five hundred Naira) only.

Upon successful payment, you will be redirected to the registration page where you will fill the registration form.

PLEASE NOTE THAT IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO FILL THE REGISTRATION FORM CORRECTLY

Candidates will be allocated to examination centers based on their application IDs.

APPLY HERE

For information on examination venues, date and time go to Examination Information

For further enquiries, call 0811 691 1075, 0813 942 8146 or send mail

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Convocation: EKSU Notice to Graduands on Collection of Gowns, Others

EKSU Notice to graduands
This is to inform all the graduands of the Ekiti State University (EKSU), that the management of the institution has released the procedure for the collection of academic robes and invitation cards for the convocation ceremony.

Read Also: EKSU 23rd Convocation Ceremony Programme of Events.

General Information.

(I) The Convocation ceremonies will involve the students who graduated from the University in the 2016 /2017 academic session in all programmes.

(ii) Academic robes and invitation cards will be available for collection from Faculty Officers/Secretaries of Faculties/Schools/ /Programmes from Monday, 11th June, 2018 upon payment of the following prescribed charges (excluding commission):

  • First Degree/Diplomas – N 7,500.00
  • Master’s/Post Graduate Diplomas – N12,500.00
  • Ph.D. Degree – N25,000.00
(iii) The deadline for the submission of academic robes is Tuesday, 19th June, 2018, after which a late submission charge of Two Thousand, Five Hundred Naira (N2,500.00) per day will be paid.

(iv) Damage or loss of an academic robe will attract a penalty of N50,000.

(v) Granduands who have completed their clearance will be eligible to collect their certificates during convocation with the payment of Fifteen Thousand Naira (N15,000) only. The payment of fifteen thousand naira (N15,000) is a concession for those who attend the convocation ceremonies only. The amount will revert to N25,000 after the Convocation Ceremonies.

EKSU Convocation Fees Method of Payment

(a) Kindly pay the stipulated amount into EKSU IGR Account No. 1008844821 in any branch of UBA Plc stating clearly your Name, Matriculation Number, Faculty, Department and year of graduation at the top of the Teller.

(b) The printed receipt of payment for robes should be kept intact as it will be required for collection of certificates/transcripts in future.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Original Statement of Result/Notification of Result;
  2. Student’s Identity Card or letter of Identification from the Department;
  3. Two Passport Photographs;
  4. Payment of N15,000 into EKSU IGR Account Number (UBA)1008844821
  5. Evidence of Clearance from (a) Alumni Office; (b) Advancement Centre and (c) Academic Affairs office

INVITATION CARDS FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS

Each graduating student is entitled to two invitation cards. The invitation cards and a set of academic robe would be available for collection on presentation of receipt. Convocation Brochure will be distributed to accredited graduating students inside the hall.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Samuel Oye Bandele congratulates the graduating students on behalf of the University Community and wishes all participants a wonderful ceremony.

EKSU 23rd Convocation Ceremony Programme of Events


The Ekiti State University (EKSU), wishes to inform all graduands, parents, guardians and the general public as well as friends of the University that the activities marking its 23rd Convocation Ceremony will take place as scheduled below:

EKSU Convocation Ceremony Programme of Events.

TUESDAY, 19TH JUNE, 2018

(I) Event: Vice-Chancellor’s Press Conference
Venue: New Senate Chamber
Time: 10.00 am

(ii) Event: Convocation Play
Title: Trial of Brother Jero
Venue: Main Auditorium
Time: 12.00Noon

(iii) Event: Football Match
Venue: Sports Pavillon
Time: 3:00p.m.

WEDNESDAY, 20TH JUNE, 2018

(i) Event: Environmental Sanitation
Time: 10.00am

(ii) Event: Vice-Chancellor’s Reception
Venue: 3,000-Lecture Theatre, University Main Campus, Ado – Ekiti
Time: 4:00 p.m.

THURSDAY, 21ST JUNE, 2018

(i) Event: Convocation Lecture
Lecturer: Professor Peter Okebukola, OFR (Former Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission (NUC) & Pro-Chancellor, Crawford University, Igbesa, Ogun State)

Topic: Can the dry bones rise again? a peep into the Revitalization
Story of the Nigerian University System
Venue: Main Auditorium
Time: 12:00 Noon

(ii) Event: Alumni Night
Venue: 3,000-Seater Lecture Theatre
Time: 4:00 p.m.

FRIDAY, 22ND JUNE, 2018

(I) Event: Conferment of First Degrees and Award of Prizes
Venue: University Main Auditorium
Time: 10:00 a.m

(ii) Event: Dinner for the friends of the University
Venue: New Senate Chamber
Time: 4.00p.m

SATURDAY, 23RD JUNE, 2018

(I) Event: Award of Honorary Degree, Conferment of Higher Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Award of Prizes
Venue: University Main Auditorium
Time: 10.00 a.m.

Read Also: Convocation: EKSU Notice to Graduands on Collection of Gowns, Others.

INVITATION CARDS FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS

Each graduating student is entitled to two invitation cards. The invitation cards and a set of academic robe would be available for collection on presentation of receipt. Convocation Brochure will be distributed to accredited graduating students inside the hall.

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Samuel Oye Bandele congratulates the raduating students on behalf of the University Community and wishes all participants a wonderful ceremony.

Anambra State Polytechnic 1st & 2nd Matriculation Ceremony

Anambra State Polytechnic 1st & 2nd Matriculation Ceremony
The Council, Management, Staff and Students of Anambra State Polytechnic, Mgbakwu

Cordially invite you
……………………………..

To their 1st and 2nd Matriculation Ceremony and inspection of on-going Projects by His Excellency, Chief Dr. Willie M. Obiano (Akpokuodike Global) scheduled to hold on Friday, 22nd June, 2018.

Venue: Polytechnic Matriculation Arena.

Time: 9:00am.

Chief Guest of Honour /Visitor:
His Excellency,
Chief Dr Willie M. Obiano (Akpokuodike Global)
RSVP

Prof C. P. E. Omaliko,
Chairman of Council

Dr Mrs Nneka Mefoh
Rector

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Osun State Poly Iree HND Admission Form is Out 2018/2019 Session

ospoly-iree-hnd-admission-form
This is to inform the general public that the management of Osun State Polytechnic (OSPOLY), Iree is now selling forms for admission into its Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session.

OSPOLY Iree HND Admission – General Requirements.


National Diploma (ND) in the same discipline with a minimum of Lower Credit obtained from an NBTE accredited programme/Institution plus a minimum of one year Post – National Diploma Industrial Attachment/Work Experience in the field of specialization. However, in exceptional cases, candidates with Pass Grade in the National Diploma with a minimum of 2 years Post-National Diploma Industrial Attachment/Work Experience may be considered.

SPECIAL INFORMATION: There will be qualifying examination and Interview for all HND Programmes Applicants into the HND Programmes.

OSPOLY Iree HND Courses and Requirements.


(A) HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES IN THE FACULTY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

  1. Two year Higher National Diploma in Mass Communication
  2. Two year Higher National Diploma in Office Technology and Management (Formerly Secretarial Studies).
  3. Two years Higher National Diploma in Computer Science

Entry Requirements for (1) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NBC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings Credits in English Language, Mathematics and three subjects from Economics, Commerce, Government, Geography, History, Literature in English, French, Yoruba, or any other Nigeria Language, Principles of Accounts, Physics/Chemistry, Biology/Agric. Science.

Entry Requirements for (2) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NBC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings .Credits in English Language, Mathematics and any other four subjects from Mathematics, Business Methods, Typewriting, Shorthand, Literature in English, Government, Financial Accounting, Office Practice, History, Religious Knowledge, Yoruba and any other Nigerian Language, French Language, Commerce, Economics, Accounts, Geography, ICT, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Agric Science.

Entry Requirements for (3) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NTC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings. Credits in English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any two of the following subjects: Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, Further/Additional Mathematics, Statistics, ICT, Economics/Commerce and Geography.

(B) HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES IN THE FACULTY OF SCIENCE
i. Two Year Higher National Diploma in Applied Chemistry
ii Two Year Higher National Diploma in Microbiology
iii. Two Year Higher National Diploma in Food Technology
iv. Two Year Higher National Diploma in Statistics

Entry Requirement for (1) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NTC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings. Credits in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Biology are compulsory, plus any other two from the following: Physics, Biology/Agric Science, Geography, ICT, Economics/Commerce and Further Mathematics.

Entry Requirements for (2) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NTC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings. Credits in English Language, Mathematics and Biology are compulsory, plus any other two from the following: Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Economics/Commerce and Further Mathematics.

Entry Requirement for (3) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ levels GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NTC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings. Credits in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science and any other one from the following: Physics, Economics/Commerce, Statistics, Food and Nutrition, ICT, Geography and Technical Drawing.

Entry Requirement for (4) above

Minimum of 5 Credits in ‘O’ level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NTC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings. Credits in English Language, Mathematics, and one of the basic sciences (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) plus any other two from Further Mathematics, Biology, Agricultural Science, Chemistry, Physics, Economics, Commerce, Geography, ICT, Government/History, Statistics, Typewriting.

(C) HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES IN THE FACULTY OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
(i)Two Years Higher National Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technology

(a) Power and Machine (Option).
(b) Electronics and Telecommunication (Option)
(ii)Two Years Higher National Diploma in Computer Engineering Technology.
(iii)Two Years Higher National Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology.

Entry Requirements for (i – iii) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NTC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings . Credits in English Language, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry are compulsory plus any other one from the following: Biology/ Agricultural Science, Further Mathematics, ICT, Geography, Economics/ Commerce, Electronics/Basic Electronics, Technical/Building, Drawing, Basic Electricity/Basic Electronics, Wood /Metalwork and other trade related subjects such as Introduction to Building Construction, Blocklaying/Bricklaying, Concreting, Carpentry and Joinery, Machine Woodwork, General Woodwork, Electrical Installation and Maintenance.

(D)HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES IN THE FACULTY OF FINANCIAL STUDIES
(i.)Two Years Higher National Diploma in Accountancy.
(ii).Two Years Higher National Diploma in Banking & Finance

Entry Requirements for (i-ii) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NTC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings. Credit in English Language, Mathematics and any other three subjects from Economics, Government, ICT, History, Literature in English, Commerce, Geography, Principle of Accounts, Statistics, Biology/Agricultural Science/ Chemistry/ Physics.

(E) HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES IN THE FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
(i) Two Years Higher National Diploma in Business Administration and Management.
(ii) Two Years Higher National Diploma in Marketing
(iii) Two Years Higher National Diploma in Purchasing & Supply

Entry Requirements for (i-) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ Level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NTC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings. Credit in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two subjects from, Government, History, Literature in English, Commerce, Geography, Business Methods, Principle of Accounts, ICT, Office Practice, Statistics, Physics/ Chemistry/Biology/ Agricultural Science.

Entry Requirements for (ii-iii) above

Minimum of 5 credits in ‘O’ Level GCE and SSCE of WAEC, SSC of NECO or NTC of NABTEB obtained at not more than two sittings. Credit in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other three subjects from, Economics, Government, History, Literature in English, Commerce, Geography, Business Methods, Principle of Accounts, ICT, Office Practice, Statistics, Physics/ Chemistry/Biology/ Agricultural Science.

OSPOLY Iree Special Notice for HND Candidates.

  1. Candidates are advised to ensure that they personally and not by proxy fill-in appropriate information especially with regards to the arrangement of names, examination grades, examination number, examination year and the exact Industrial Training (I.T) date (HND only).
  2. Only courses duly accredited by the NBTE will be considered for the admission.
  3. Candidates are advised to keep safe their scratch card as any loss will necessitate purchase of another scratch card.
  4. Change of course after the payment of acceptance fee is not allowed.
  5. Applicants are advised to provide correct and functional E- Mail address and Telephone number while completing application form on-line.
  6. Date of Qualifying Examination will be announced in due course.
  7. The Institution would not be liable for any erroneous information contained in the filling of forms.

How to Buy Ospoly Iree HND Form.
Applicants should purchase online APPLICATION CARD at the sum of N10,000.00 only from OSPOLY Microfinance Bank Ltd: Iree, or its branches at Ayetoro, Osogbo and 55B Isokun Round About, Ilesa; or UBA Plc Branches at Iree; Olohunkoro, Osogbo or OAU Campus Ile-Ife and proceed to http://applications.ospolyiree.com/ to complete the APPLICATION FORM online.

Also, completed online application including the confirmation pages should be downloaded and submitted together with photocopies of claimed credentials to the Admissions Office, Directorate of Academic Affairs, Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

Completed application forms should be submitted online not later than 30 days from the date of this publication.

Screening Date to be announced later.

Our help lines are 08122088411, 08030862530, 07059397105, 08106934345
Email: info@ospolyiree.com

OAU Reportedly Sacked Professor Involved in Sex for Mark Scandal

Professor Richard Akindele

Ogunbodede had, on April 19, confirmed Akindele’s suspension pending the findings of the investigative panel.

A student undergoing the Masters of Business programme, Miss Monica Osagie, had released a recorded telephone conversation, which went viral, in which the lecturer, identified as Akindele, demanded five rounds of sex to enhance Monica’s marks.

Ogunbodede said that the University Senate at its meeting on June 14 considered the committee’s findings that Akindele had inappropriate relationship with his student.

He said this was established through their conversation in the audio recording, his reply to the query, the oral evidence and the printed ‘WhatsApp conversations’ tendered before the committee.

The vice chancellor said Akindele had acted in a manner that compromised his position as a teacher and examiner, in that his conversations with Monica Osagie were about examination scores and inducement of favour for the alteration of examination scores.

Ogunbodede said: “He offered to change Miss Osagie’s purported “33%” result to a pass mark in consideration for sexual favours; this was established in the audio recording which he admitted.

“His claim that Miss Osagie knew that she had passed with a score of ‘45’ but was seeking to score an ‘A’ and that this led to him being sexually harassed by Miss Osagie cannot be supported by any evidence.

“Professor Akindele’s actions in requesting sexual favours from Miss Osagie to change her examination scores was scandalous behaviour that has brought ridicule to the name of the university and has tarnished the reputation of the university, as it portrays the university as an institution where its teachers and examiners trade marks for sexual favours.

“From the evidence, Miss Osagie had no idea that she scored ‘45’, a pass mark as later claimed by Professor Akindele, although she later found out she did not fail the course.

“Professor Akindele’s claim that he reported Miss Osagie’s ‘harassment’ to his colleagues cannot be supported by any evidence, as all his colleagues denied it and one mentioned that she only talked about the matter with him after the audio recording was released over the internet.

“Professor Akindele operated in a position of power and authority over Miss Osagie and as such, sexually harassed her.

“Professor Akindele was liable for all the allegations of misconduct levelled against him.’’

The vice chancellor said the Senate recommended that Akindele, having been found liable on all the allegations against him, should be dismissed from the services of the university.

“The Council, at its meeting of today, Wednesday, 20th of June, 2018, having considered the recommendation of Senate, as well as the report of the Joint Committee of Council and Senate, decided that Professor Richard I. Akindele should be dismissed from the services of the university for gross misconduct.

“The university has also taken further steps to ensure the total elimination of Sexual Harassment (SH) in the OAU community.

“The university has a legal duty to prevent sexual and gender-based harassment within the institution and ensure that both men and women are protected from this menace; and thereby provide conducive environment for teaching and learning,’’ he said.

Ogunbodede said in order to create conducive environment for teaching and learning, the university was creating more awareness and disseminating information on what constitutes sexual harassment within the university.

He said the veracity of sexual harassment concepts include sexual solicitation and advances, sex exploitation, prostitution, seduction, pimping, sexual assault, unwanted touching, vulgarly sexual jokes and rape, among others.

Ogunbodede said that OAU was fully committed to the eradication of sexual and other types of harassment from the university and would do all that is possible to curb them.

“OAU has zero tolerance for sexual harassment and as a renowned university, will do everything humanly possible to maintain the rules and regulations of the university,’’ he said.

With additional reports from NAN

Source: Punch.


IAUE Business School Ready to Commence Academic Activities

IAUE Business School Ready to Commence Academic Activities

The newly established Institute for Professional Studies and International Business School at Ignatius Ajuru University of Education is ready to commence full academic activities.

Speaking at a quarterly interactive session at the auditorium to inform the staff about the state of affairs in the university, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ozo-Mekuri Ndimele , also announced that the university has released the results of pioneer graduate students of the Master’s and Postgraduate diploma programmes.

He lauded the management and staff of the graduate school, and other members of staff who worked hard to ensure that the promise by management to graduate students who are serious with their studies within one year duration was kept.

The V-C also informed the gathering that initiatives by his administration to rev up internally generated revenue in the institution have started yielding positive returns, starting with the fish farm which he said generates about two million naira monthly.

He complained that poor electricity supply to the three campuses of the university is affecting service delivery in the school, regretting that most of what the institution generates internally is channelled to power generation.

He however, assured that management was looking at alternative sources of power supply in the school, while pointing out that there was need to replace the power generators in the three campuses because they could no longer cope with the power supply need in the institution.

He said the provision of more infrastructures and improvement on the security architecture in the three campuses are areas that would be given more attention, and disclosed that a befitting ten classroom block has been put in place for the part time programme at the St. John campus.

The Vice-Chancellor appealed to staff to be patient with management as it is committed to putting in place programmes and policies that would improve the fortunes of school.

He announced the appointment of DR. Levi Kalagbor as Head of the St. John campus and cautioned heads of units not to deny any staff that is qualified for promotion due to personal grudges and thanked SSANU, ASUU and NASU for their cooperation, while cautioning that members of staff that engage in derogatory acts would be punished accordingly.

Meanwhile the capital funds campaign programme of the University Advancement Centre has been flagged-off by the Vice-Chancellor.

In his remarks at the event, the Director of the centre, Professor Lysias Gilbert noted that the campaign is a globally recognized means through which universities raise money for infrastructural development.

He said that the first phase of the campaign was to solve the power supply challenge in the school and appealed to every member of staff to be committed it.


Federal Poly Ado-Ekiti Resumption Date for 2nd Semester 2017/2018 Session

Federal-Polytechnic-Ado-ekiti-resumption

The management of The Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State has announced the resumption date for the commencement of second semester 2017/2018 academic session.

Federal Poly, Ado-Ekiti HND II, HND (Morning & Evening), ND II (Non-SIWS) & ND I will resume for second semester on Monday, 25th June, 2018. While ND II (SOE, SES, SSCS & OTM) Monday 6th August, 2018.

Recommended: Federal Poly Ado-Ekiti Academic Calendar for 2nd Semester 2017/2018.


Federal Poly Ado-Ekiti Academic Calendar for 2nd Semester 2017/2018 Session

Federal-Polytechnic-Ado-Academic Calendar

The management of the Federal Polytechnic Ado – Ekiti has released its calendar of academic activities for second semester, 2017/2018 academic session.

Federal Polytechnic Ado-Ekiti Academic Calendar

Approved Academic Calendar For Full-Time Students in HND II, HND (Morning & Evening), ND II (Non-SIWS) & ND I For The Second Semester 2017/2018 Academic Session

S/NDATEWEEKACTIVITIES/EVENTS
1Monday, 25th June – Friday, 6th July 20181 & 2Commencement of Second Semester Registration & & Lectures
2Monday, 9th – Friday, 20th July, 20183 & 4Late Registration with Penalty
3.Monday, 23rd – Friday, 27th July, 20185First Continuous Assessment
4.Monday, 27th – Friday, 31st August, 201810Second Continuous Assessment
5.Monday, 17th – Friday, 21st Sept, 201813Students’ Week
6.Monday, 24th – Friday, 28th Sept, 201814Revision
7.Tuesday, 2nd – Tuesday, 16th October, 201815 &16Second Semester Examination
8.Monday, 29th October, 201818SIWES Begins
9.Monday, 5th – Friday, 16th November, 201819ND II (Non-SIWES)/HND II Project Defence

ND II (SOE, SES, SSCS & OTM) SECOND SEMESTER 2017/2018 SESSION CALENDAR

1.Monday 6th – Friday, 17th August, 20181 & 2Commencement of Second Semester Registration & Lectures
2.Monday, 20th – Friday, 31st August, 20183 & 4Late Registration with Penalty
3.Monday, 3rd – Friday, 7th Sept, 20185First Continuous Assessment
4.Monday, 17th – Friday, 21st Sept, 20187Students’ Week
5.Monday, 8th – Friday, 12th October, 201810Second Continuous Assessment
6.Monday, 22nd – Friday, 26th October, 201812Revision
7.Monday, 29th October – Saturday, 11th November, 201813Second Semester Examination (SIWES)
8.Monday, 3rd – Friday, 7th December, 201818ND II Project defence
9.Saturday, 8th December, 2018 2017/2018 Academic Session Ends
2018/2019 ACADEMIC SESSION

***December, 10th 2018 HND II, HND I (Morning & Evening) & ND II (Non-SIWES) & ND I Resume

UCH, Ibadan Perioperative Nursing Course Admission Form 2018/2019 Session

UCH, Ibadan Perioperative Nursing Course

Applications are invited from qualified candidates for admission into the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, 1-year course in Perioperative Nursing beginning from November 2018 leading to licensing by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria as Registered Perioperative Nurse (RPON).

The course is designed to equip Registered Nurses (RN) with the theoretical underpinnings and skills required for providing safe, effective and acceptable Perioperative care to the nursing clients.

Admission Requirements:

Applicants must:

  • Be Registered Nurses (RN) with current practice license of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
  • Have at least five (5) credit passes at not more than two (2) sittings in English languages, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry from WAEC or NECO O’level examinations.
  • Have at least one (1) year past qualification experience in an acute care setting preferably in a surgical unit.
  • Have approval for one (1) full year of release from employers or other training Schools.

The course is offered as both residential and full time. The school reserves the right to rusticate any student found to be involved in another course or employment during training without refund of fees paid.

How to Obtain UCH Perioperative Nursing Form.

Forms are obtainable with effect from 18th June, 2018 from the Perioperative Nursing School, University College Hospital, Ibadan upon presentation of the fallowing:

i. Receipt in respect of payment of Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000,00) only to the University College Hospital Perioperative Nursing School Treasury Single Account (TSA) in any commercial Bank.

ii. Teller of Two Hundred Naira (N200,00) only with payment made into Oyo State Nursing & Midwifery Council Committee Account First Bank Plc. 2019704292.

CLOSING DATE FOR PURCHASE AND SUBMISSION OF COMPLETED FORMS: TUESDAY 17TH JULY, 2018

Please Note: Failure to submit application forms on or before Tuesday 17th July, 2018 disqualifies the candidate from sitting for the entrance examination.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION DATE:

Saturday 21st July, 2018
TIME: 7:30a.m.
VENUE: School of Nursing, University College Hospital, Ibadan