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UNIPORT CGCDS Postgraduate Admission Form 2022/2023 Portal

This is to inform you that University of Porthhacourt (UNIPORT) Centre for Gender, Conflict and Development Studies (CGCDS) Postgraduate Admission Form is currently ongoing for all eligible applicant. The basic requirements and procedures to access the application form is now released Online.

All eligible applicant should follow up with the guidelines and instructions on how to apply for UNIPORT CGCDS Postgraduate Admission Form 2022/2023 session.

How to Apply for University of Porthhacourt (UNIPORT) Centre for Gender, Conflict and Development Studies (CGCDS) Postgraduate Admission Form

Main Objectives of UNIPORT CGCDS Postgraduate Programmes

The overall goal of the Gender, Conflict and Development Studies centre is to provide the required knowledge for achieving positive gender relations for effective collaboration in development.

UNIPORT CGCDS Postgraduate Programmes Admission Requirements

Ph.D IN GENDER, CONFLICT AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES:

Eligible candidate for admission into the Ph.D Programme must possess a Master’s Degree in Gender and Development Studies from any recognised University and should have an average score of 60% or its equivalent grade. Candidates who possess Master’s degree in other fields of studies must also have post graduate diploma in Gender, conflict and Development studies with a minimum of grade “c” to qualify for admission; in addition to interview performance.

MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.SC) IN GENDER, CONFLICT AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES:

For admission into the Master’s of Science (M.Sc) Programme in Gender and Development Studies, a candidate must possess a Bachelor’s Degree (at least a second Class Honours) in Gender, Conflict and Development Studies or a Degree in any field from any recognised University with a CGPA of 2.5 on 5-point scale or a minimum grade of Credit Post-Graduate Diploma level in Gender, Conflict and Development Studies. O’ level requirements are Mathematics, English Language and three other Arts or Science subjects (as determined by University of Port Harcourt)

POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA (PGD) IN GENDER, CONFLICT AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES:

To qualify for admission into the Post Graduate Diploma Programme, a candidate must possess a minimum of Third Class Degree or its equivalent in any field or discipline with a CGPA of 1.50 on 5-point scale of the University of Port Harcourt or any recognised University. For candidates with HND background, a minimum of Upper Credit shall be considered. O’ level requirements are Mathematics, English Language and three other Arts or Science subjects (as in (b) above).

Duration of UNIPORT CGCDS Postgraduate Programmes

 

The minimum duration for M.Sc or PGD is twelve (12) calendar months, while the maximum duration is twenty four (24) calendar months, and thirty six (36) calendar months for Ph.D.

How to Apply for UNIPORT CGCDS Postgraduate Admission Form

Bank payment is at fidelity Bank Plc, A/C No: 5210017988. On payment of a non-refundable sum of N22, 500.00 only (inclusive of Bank charges), Bank payment print-out enables prospective candidates to obtain the Application Form from the Office of the Director, Centre for Gender, Conflict and Development Studies (CGCDS), University of Port Harcourt.

SUBMISSION OF COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS

 

Completed Application Forms, together with academic transcripts, two reference letters and other relevant documents should be returned to the Director, Centre for Gender, Conflict and Development Studies (CGCDS), University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, not later than six weeks from the date of this publication. For further information

 

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