|Course Name:||Executive Masters in Environmental Management|
|Category:||Environmental Studies & Earth Sciences|
|Sub Category:||Environmental Management |
|Qualification Type:||Local Qualification|
|Degree Type:|| Masters|
|Degree:||Masters in Environmental Management|
|Name of Institution:||Obafemi Awolowo University|
|School:||Obafemi Awolowo University Post Graduate School|
|Faculty:||Institute of Ecology|
|Department:||Institute of Ecology|
|Study Duration:||Within 2 Years|
|Study Pace:||Part Time|
|Study Type:|| Online|
Method of Application
- Create and application account
via the postgraduate school application portal.
- Duly complete the application
- Download the Transcript Label and
attach to all academic transcripts that will be posted to the Postgraduate
College, Obafemi Awolowo University (this is REQUIRED).
- The application form is not
completed until the applicant accepts accepted the "Declaration
Section" and receives an email confirming the receipt of the application
form by the Postgraduate College.
- After completing your
application, candidates should monitor the progress of their application
packages on the application portal.
should request their former Universities/Institutions to forward their academic
transcript(s) to the “Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies”, within the application period. Applications
of candidates whose transcripts are not forwarded to the school shall not be
processed. Transcripts being sent to Obafemi Awolowo University can be ordered
from any school in Nigeria via the Electronic Transcript Exchange of Nigeria
(ETX-NG) - https://www.etx-ng.com/
Candidates should ensure that their referee reports are delivered to the
Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies. Applications shall not be processed
unless the referee reports are available.
Obafemi Awolowo University Postgraduate School Entry Requirements:
- A Bachelor’s degree in Arts,
Letters, Philosophy or Science or an acceptable equivalent from an approved
University. An academic standing of a minimum of second class lower division or
a grade point average of B (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) is required for admission
- A second-class upper division (Bachelor’s
- A MPhil or Master’s degree with
research thesis in appropriate field and at least 60% (B+) weighted average in
the Masters coursework for admission to Doctorate degree.