NOUN Matriculates 28,514 Fresh Students

NOUN Matriculates 28,514 Fresh Students

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The National Open University of (NOUN) has matriculated 28,514 new students to study various programmes in different faculties of the university.

Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Professor Olufemi Peters said at the 26th matriculation ceremony held in yesterday that out of the total number of new intakes, 21,026 students are for undergraduate programmes and 7,460 are postgraduate students.

In a press statement signed by  Ibrahim Sheme, the director, media and publicity, the vice chancellor also revealed that 28 postgraduate students were registered for doctorate degrees.

Peters said; “By this, you have today become members of our Open and Distance Learning (ODL) community comprising of about a total of 150,000 students in 120 Study Centres across the 36 states of Nigeria and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

“Many people will be interested in your academic performance and character.


I implore you, therefore, to be good and worthy ambassadors of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).


“I look forward to congratulating you at the completion of your studies when you will join other successful colleagues at Convocation for the award of certificates and prizes, which is your reward and evidence of preparedness to surmount challenges of life beyond our walls, virtual and physical.


“This is also what our country, Nigeria, needs to rise and attain its place of greatness in the global and competitive world of today and the future.”




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