are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into
various Postgraduate degree programmes of the University.
Only Courses available for the session are advertised and as such
candidates are advised to select courses available in the advertisement.
available to holders of M.A; M.Ed.; M.Eng.; M.Sc.; LLM; M.Comm.H.; and
M.P.H degrees, with a minimum of60% or equivalent Cumulative Grade Point
Average (CGPA) score in their Master degree programmes. A Ph.D. degree
programme runs for a minimum period of 36 calendar months and a maximum
period of 48 calendar months for full-time candidates OR a minimum
period of 48 calendar months and a maximum period of 60 calendar months
for part-time candidates. Relevant Courses will be taken for the Ph.D.
studies where prescribed and a Thesis is required at the end ofthe Ph.D.
score between 55.00 and 59.99 percent can apply for admission into the
Master. of Philosophy (M.Phil/Ph.D.) degree programme. The M.PhiI/Ph.D.
degree programme is available only to full-time candidates. It runs for a
minimum period of 12 calendar months and a maximum period of 24
calendar months and a Dissertation is produced after the research work.
Candidates in this category are eligible for conversion to Ph.D.
candidature, following a progress assessment report to be made by a
Panel of Examiners at the end of the first session of registration. To
be eligible for conversion for the Ph.D. program, candidates are
expected to score not less than 60% (aggregate) at the end of the first
Master Degree Programmes
M.Eng.; M.sc.; M.Com.H., LL.M and M.P.H. degrees run for a minimum
period of 24 calendar months and a maximum period of36 calendar months
for full-time candidates OR a minimum period of 36 calendar months and a
maximum period of 48 calendar months for part-time candidates. All
Master Degree Programmes are by course work. This is in addition to a
research report at the end of which a Dissertation is produced
to note that programmes automatically lapse at the expiration of the
prescribed maximum duration for each programme.
candidate may apply for an extension of not more than 12 months, in the
first instance, subject ·to a maximum of two such extensions.
Postgraduate session for Postgraduate programmes is 12 calendar months,
commencing on 2nd October and ending on 30th September of the following
year. The 12 calendar months start to cally from the date of first
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