NOUN Suspends Law Admission, See Reasons.
On Tuesday, 19th March, 2019, the authorities of the National Open University of Nigeria,NOUN, announced that it has suspended admissions into its Law programmes.
Giving reasons for the suspension, the management divulged that it is negotiating with some government agencies with the hope of paving path for its graduates to begin participation in both National Youth Service Corps,NYSC and the Nigerian Law School.
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The Vice Chancellor of the National Open University of Nigeria, Prof. Abdallah Adamu, who addressed the media in Abuja in relation to the upcoming institution’s convocation ceremony, asserted that this temporary suspension doesn’t in anyway invalidate previous certificates.
He said that the decision was taken with the purpose of giving the school the opportunity to finish its negotiations and discussions with the relevant government agencies and the Council for Legal Education over the law school contention.
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He also informed that students who are currently admitted into the University Law programme will continue with their programme as this suspension does not affect them.
He expressed that the institution is considering running postgraduate programmes in Law, so as to give its law graduates the chance to acquire further education pending the time the negotiations with the necessary agencies will fall in place.
Meanwhile, the Vice Chancellor divulged that not less than 20,799 would be convoking at the institution 8th convocation ceremony that is scheduled to hold in Abuja this weekend.
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