Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Admission Opportunity! #Education #HigherEd #Nigeria

NIJ has a vision to be the leading and foremost, Mass Communication and Journalism training Institution in Africa, “the Centre of Communication Excellence” globally in the near future.

Admission Opportunity!!! Are you interested in studying Mass Communication at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism? If yes, then this information is for you:

The requirements:
National Diploma Level:1. Have 5 O'level (WAEC/NECO) credits, including English and mathematics at not more than 2 sittings.
2. Prospective candidates are to sit and pass JAMB's UTME.
3. Obtain a bank draft of N3,500 from ECO Bank or WEMA Bank.
4. Present the bank draft to the registry department and collect the appropriate forms from the school.
5. You will be given further information at the school when you present the bank draft.

Higher National Level:1. Have a National Diploma certificate from a recognized institution with at least lower credit and 1 year post-ND industrial attachment experience.
2. Meet the requirements for entry level (that is have at least 5 credits in your O'level result in not more than 2 sittings).
3. Obtain a bank draft of N5,000 from ECO Bank or WEMA Bank.
4. Present the bank draft to the registry department and collect the appropriate forms from the school.
5. You will be given further information at the school when you present the bank draft.

NYSC: YES!! NIJ Grads are usually mobilized for NYSC. Like other graduates from universities in Nigeria, upon completion of the HND program, students who fall within the required age for NYSC and meet all other criteria are mobilized to serve in the National Youth Service Corps.

Post Graduate Diploma (PGD):1. Have a good HND or University Degree in any discipline
2. Show evidence of participation in NYSC or exception letter
3. Obtain a bank draft of N7,000 from ECO Bank, WEMA Bank
4. Present the bank draft to the registry department and collect the appropriate forms from the school.
5. You will be given further information at the school when you present the bank draft.

For more information or clarification, please visit The Registra's office at NIJ, 8-14 Ijaiye road Ogba Ikeja, Lagos. Telephone: 01-7912496 or 08023032717 or 08059196459.
All the best with your application!!!

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pls i need your help.Is it possible for me to register for PGD course at NIJ cos i graduated with a 3rd class?studied english at OAU.THANKS.

Jennifer Ehidiamen said...

Hey! come to the school and find out or better still, call the contacts numbers provided in this post. Cheers.

Anonymous said...

hi. I find it rather disturbing that NIJ has no functional website to disseminate her information. I am interested in running a programme with them, but to my utter dismay, i couldnt find a website to help my search. i think this should be corrected as i want to believe the NIJ is a forward thinking organisation.

Anonymous said...

I had a D7 in maths can i still get into the school

olayiwola damilare said...

Hi, i've got 5 credits but haven't written jamb. Is it possible for me to gain an admission into nigeria institute of journalism?

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

am interested in your part time studies..kindly send the requirements to my mail:naruking24@yahoo.com.

Anonymous said...

Pls,am a university graguate& am into photography.i want2 know more on how 2become a professional photo journalist,how 2obtain d form,the tution fees,whn d form is going 2b out,whn r lectures 4fulltime & partime(PGD).hw prosperious is d job& is employment sure! Pls u can forward d info 2mi mail haddmur@yahoo.com.cos no site 2get all this info.tnx

Anonymous said...

Hi.I just thru with my photography programs I won too learn more an became a professional photo journalism.....hw can I get d add mission,an fee for d part time,full time.....mail! Abiodun.oyedele@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Hi I will be thru with NYsc febuary 2o13,so I want to know the requirements needed for the admission for 2013 candidates,how can I get admission,and fee for. The part time and full time,pls I need all neccessary information needed.mail me at amy4real4luv2004@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

hi,i have a flair for public speaking and i think i need some formal training. pls i need your advice on where to get d best traing in Abuja. i look forward to ur reply, thanks. from Isk.

Anonymous said...

Does Nij students go for NYSC? Pls reply

Anonymous said...

please i need more info about how i would register through jamb. am i going to choose nij as a school of choice in jamb? thanks.

oizah dawodu said...

i would like to purchase the
form although i have lower credit(hnd)and my nysc certificate,but i stay
in abuja,dnt knw if you have a satelite campus here in abuja......
pls wuld lyk to hear your reply...
doizah@yahoo.com...

Anonymous said...

Please is it possible for someone with nipr result and the required o'level result to applied and what level of the programme will i be placed with the final stage of the professional exam.pls i will be happy to get a feedback please.

Anonymous said...

Pls do u run a partime programe for undergraduate

Anonymous said...

How much is your partime study per annual mass communication ond

Anonymous said...

When is the post utme for 2013 admission

Toluwalope said...

I got 2 knw dat d forms for this year are closed.I'm a corper and will be through with service by october 2013,I want to know when the next forms will be out and how much is the fee for both part time and full time post graduate courses.You can forward the information to this email address tolulopeabike@g
mail.com

Anonymous said...

Hi must someone sit for JAMB before he/she gets the addmission

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Anonymous said...

I have my five O'level credit and I haven't written my JAMB and moreover I didn't choose NIJ in my JAMB form, please what are the things am I gonna do ?