NOUN List of Documents For Verification

The management of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has released the list of documents required to verify the newly admitted undergraduate and postgraduate students.

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NOUN Verification Documents

Undergraduate Students

The list of documents for Undergraduate students includes the following:

  • Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
  • O-Level Certificate(s)
  • ND/NCE/HND/First Degree Certificates
  • NYSC Certificate (if available)
  • CHO/CHEW Certificate (for Public Health Programme
  • Registered Nurse License (for Nursing Programme)
  • Registered Midwifery/Medical Laboratory License (for Environmental Health Programme)
  • NOUN Admission Letter
  • Passport-size photograph
  • Evidence of Payment (via Remita)

Postgraduate (Master’s ) Students

The list of documents for Postgraduate students includes the following:

  • Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
  • O-Level Certificate(s)
  • ND/HND/First Degree Certificates
  • NYSC Certificate (if available)
  • NOUN Admission Letter
  • Passport-size photograph
  • Evidence of Payment (via Remita)

Ph.D. Students

The list of documents for Ph.D. students includes the following:

  • Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
  • O-Level Certificate(s)
  • ND/HND/First Degree Certificates
  • Masters Degree Certificates
  • NYSC Certificate (if available)
  • Brief Ph.D. proposal (pdf)
  • Most recent CV
  • TWO reference letters
  • Passport-size photograph
  • Evidence of Payment for Admission Form(via Remita)
  • Evidence of payment for transcript (NOUN alumni only)

Conclusion

Newly admitted students to the National Open University of Nigeria are now aware of the documents required for the verification exercise.

Make sure you carry all these documents to have a hitch-free verification process. From Realmina, we say ‘Congratulations’ to the newly admitted students.

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