Godfrey Okoye University is one of the Private Universities in Nigeria that the National Universities Commission approved to run Sandwich / Part-time Programme. The need for this programme cannot be overemphasised in the Nigerian society today especially in Enugu State. This is because, a lot of individuals who have no opportunity for regular academic programmes but are willing to obtain an academic degree need to be considered in the Education sector. This is the rationale for this programme. It is worthy to note that an educated nation is always a healthy and wealthy nation. Therefore, everybody needs to be given the opportunity to study and obtain academic degrees for the formation of the heart and the transformation of the society.
National Universities Commission Approved Programmes
The National Universities Commission (NUC) approved the following programmes for Godfrey Okoye University:
- B.Sc. Ed. Biology Education
- B.Sc. Ed. Chemistry Education
- B.Sc. Ed. Computer Science Education
- B.Sc. Ed. Mathematics Education
- B.Sc. Ed. Physics Education
- B.Sc. Ed. Economics Education
- B.Sc. Ed. Political Science Education
- B.A. Ed. Social Studies Education
- B.A. Ed. English & Literary Studies Education
- B.Ed. Business Education
Programme Schedule and Duration
This is a Ten-Meeting programme. The Meetings are in April, August, and October of every year. Therefore, admissions are at any of these Meeting months. Two Meetings make up one academic year. However, the entry qualification of a candidate determines the Meeting that he or she needs to start from. Candidates who are O’Level holders start at Meeting One. Those who have OND, or Adv. NABTEB start at Meeting Three. Then, NCE holders start at Meeting Five. Finally, HND or B.Sc. holders who have not acquired diploma in Education, start at Meeting Seven. Meeting Nine is Teaching Practice, while Meeting Ten is Project Defense, then graduation.
The fees for this sandwich/parttime programme are very much affordable. Each of the programmes have the same fee structure. The only difference is the entry point. Therefore, the total fees for the candidates that entered at Meeting One is Two hundred and eighty-seven thousand, seven hundred and fifty Naira (N287,750). The candidates that entered at Meeting Three shall pay Two hundred and forty-one thousand, seven hundred and fifty Naira (N241,750). Those that joined at Meeting Five shall pay the total fees of One hundred and ninety-five thousand, seven hundred and fifty Naira (N195,750). Finally, the candidates that joined at Meeting Seven shall pay One hundred and forty-nine thousand, seven hundred and fifty Naira (N149,750). There may also be relevant fees for the development of the Institution, which students may be required to pay from time to time. For example, Bazaar Levy which is paid once a year. The amount is One thousand Naira (N1,000). This levy fee needs to be paid during the October Meeting of every year.
For more enquiries, please, contact:
Rev. Br. Assoc. Prof. Osuji, Gregory Ekene, fms
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