National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN)

Welcome to the full profile and brochure of the National Open University of Nigeria.

In this guide,

You will see the courses, requirements and fees of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) with their cut-off mark, past questions and more.


ALSO SEE: Other Universities In Lagos State


Take note.

National Open University of Nigeria is one of the latest Federal Universities established in the early twenties.

It is the second Federal University in Lagos State after UNILAG. For the State-Owned University in Lagos, see LASU.

NOUN profile

FULL NAMENATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA
TYPEFEDERAL UNIVERSITY
ESTABLISHED2002
LOCATIONLAGOS STATE
MOTTOWORK AND LEARN
RANKINGSEE RANK
STUDENTS’ NICKNAMENOUNITES
WEBSITENOU.EDU.NG

National Open University has several campuses nationwide with the main campus at Plot 14, 16, Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island Lagos State.

Some notable graduates of the the National Open University include: Olusegun Obasanjo, Ini Edo, Dremo, Kawu Sumaila, Beverly Osu,… many more.

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National Open University brochure

Click on any link below to see the full NOUN brochure on the topic of that link.

NOUN course

  • UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
  • POSTGRADUATE COURSES
  • DIPLOMA COURSES

NOUN form

  • POST UTME FORM
  • DIRECT ENTRY FORM
  • POSTGRADUATE FORM
  • DIPLOMA FORM

NOUN past question

  • POST UTME PAST QUESTIONS
  • POSTGRADUATE PAST QUESTIONS
  • DIPLOMA PAST QUESTIONS

NOUN cut-off

NOUN admission

  • ADMISSION TIPS
  • MERIT LIST
  • SUPPLEMENTARY LIST

NOUN fee

  • UNDERGRADUATE FEES
  • POSTGRADUATE FEES
  • DIPLOMA FEES
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