Monday, December 12, 2016

Admission,Requirement and Courses for Fresher and Transfer Student to study in Republic of Benin.

Benin Republic is one of Africa’s fast growing countries, their Education sector is solid, they have peaceful environment, cheap foodstuffs and clothings , steady electricity, you can’t find  in Nigeria

If you wish to study in Benin republic, all you need is a 5 credit pass in waec, neco or nabteb result,admission processing fee, tuition fees,accommodation fees, that’s all!  Yes, you do not need to fight to gain Admission. 

BENEFITS OF STUDYING IN BENIN REPUBLIC.
 - Direct entry ( no more writing of JAMB and ATTITUDE TEXT to secure your way into the university.
 - No strike ( no more strike to prolong your years in the university.
 - A peaceful environment for studying.
 - Certificate is high influential.
 - School fees not much expensive, similar to same Nigeria universities.
 - Professional lecturers most are from UK, also professional
 - Studying materials available all time.
 - Job security guarantee after graduation

Monday, December 7, 2015

FEATURES

• University approved by Nigerian federal ministry of education and NUC for NYSC.  NYSC is guaranteed on graduation. See universities list in tribune of 12th February, 2013. Page 8.

• University approved by CAMES an accreditation body for universities in francophone Africa and Madagascar.

• Only five (5) credits needed. No Jamb or Aptitude tests.

• Courses taught in English and french an added advantage.

• No strikes. Completion of programme in record time.

• Degree completion in only 4 years.

• Top-up HND to BSC in only 8 months.

• Conducive and comfortable hostel accommodation for all students.

• Very affordable tuition and accommodation fees.

• No study visa required.


Saturday, August 1, 2015

STUDY IN BENIN REPUBLIC

Geography-Population
Capital:
Porto-Novo (capital); Cotonou (seat of government)
Area: 112,622 sq km
Climate: tropical; hot, humid in south; semiarid in north 
Total Population: 9,325,032 people
 Languages:  French (official), Fon and Yoruba (most common vernaculars in south), tribal languages (at least six).