CERHI has scholarship arrangement for regional Students which covers the following: Tuition and Sundry Charges and fees payable to the University Management for three academic sessions for Ph.D and two academic sessions for M.Sc students Monthly stipends of 150 USD payable in equivalent of Nigerian currency for the student’s living expenses. iii. Provisional accommodation throughout the period of your programme Sponsorship to Conferences and workshops Timely thesis submission and graduation fee (only available to PhD students) In case of local students, CERHI takes care of approved sponsorship to conferences and workshops
Yes. In CERHI, provision has be made to provide English language support courses for Francophone students based on the need either before the start or during the course of their programmes.
Once you obtain an admission into our programmes, if you are not from any of the ECOWAS countries then you are required to secure a valid visa before entering Nigeria; this can be obtained in Nigerian High Commission/Embassy of your respective countries.
Once your form is correctly filled, the completed application form is submitted to www.uniben.edu , www.myuniben.org. Thereafter, the following document should be printed out from the website: application and referee forms.
All applicants are required to make the following documents available during the application process: Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age All academic certificates (Primary School leaving Certificates, Senior School Certificate Examination Results, A/L Certificate(where applicable), B.Sc. Degree Certificate and its transcript, M.Sc. Degree Certificate and its transcript (for Ph.D. applicants)) iii. Any professional certificates relevant to the application (an added advantage) Recommendation/Reference Letter
For a student to graduation, the following conditions must have been met: - Passed all taught course; - Passed the practicum; - Passed an oral defence of the completed dissertation/thesis, in line with the guidelines of the Postgraduate School.
Our M.Sc programmes has a duration of a minimum of 12 months (2 semesters) for full-time and a maximum of 24 months (4 semesters) while part-time M.Sc has minimum of 24 months (4 semesters) and a maximum of 48 months (8 semester). For all Ph.D. programmes, it is designed to run on full time and part time bases. The full-time option is designed to last for 24 months with allowance made for a maximum of 48 months while the part-time option is to last for 36 months with allowance made for a maximum of 60 months.