National Open University of Nigeria Application Form

National Open University of Nigeria Application Form
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How to Apply to NOUN

National Open University of Nigeria Application Form is now online. If you're looking to apply for any of the programmes at NOUN, application now takes place via the NOUN Portal. This information is relevant for Faculties of Agriculture, Arts, Education, Health Sciecnes, Law, Management Sciences, Sciecnes and Social Sciences

National Open University of Nigeria Application Form

  • Visit the site www.nouonline.com
  • On the Home Page, go to the Menu Bar, Click on Apply for Admission
  • Select either Undergraduate Programme or Postgraduate Programme. Other programme is not available at the moment
  • Goto “Choose Faculty”
  • Select Faculty
  • Select programme of study
  • Select “Level” (Note: Postgraduate level is preset.)
  • Select “View Subject Required” to view compulsory subjects required for admission.
  • Click “Apply” to proceed to payment form.
  • Input details. (Note: Amount is fixed and non refundable.)
  • Select Bank Branch as payment type
  • Click “Pay”
  • Copy and take your RRR number to any bank branch for payment.
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National Open University of Nigeria Application Form

  • Perform step 1 to 3
  • Go to “Continue After Payment”
  • Input Applicant Name and RRR number

     

  • Click “Proceed”
  • Fill Form.  Note: all fields marked with the red star are compulsory.
  • Click “Submit”
  • Print Admission Letter
  • Visit the nearest study centre for screening

About NOUN - National Open University of Nigeria Application Form

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) is an open and distance learning (ODL) institution established in July 1983 by President Shehu Usman Aliyu Shagari - the first executive president of Nigeria and the University's founding President. President Shagari envisioned a university with the capacity to admit and satisfy the education and skill needs of Nigerians no matter their status or circumstances.
Driving this vision was the realization that a sustainable democracy, functional economy, happy and prosperous people, all depend on knowledgable citizens. President Chief Olusegun Obasanjo resuscitated NOUN (National Open University of Nigeria Application Form) in 2002 following a 19-year suspension of operations.

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