CEMPOS UNIPORT Application Form 2022/2023 Session – How To Apply

The Centre for Marine Pollution Monitoring and Sea Food Safety (CEMPOS), University of Port harcourt is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the underlisted programmes.

PROGRAMMES AVAILABLE FOR SEPTEMBER 2022 CEMPOS ADMISSIONS

  1. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Environmental Pollution Studies
  2. Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Environmental Pollution Studies
  3. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Environmental Pollution Studies

CEMPOS UNIPORT Application Form [year]/[nyear] Session - How To Apply 1

CEMPOS provides an excellent training opportunity for scientists willing to explore the scientific basis of environmental pollution and practical approaches to its control. Postgraduate programmes in Environmental Pollution Studies at CEMPOS are designed to provide applied skills as well as specialised problem-solving and critical thinking skills, for tackling environmental and sustainability issues. CEMPOS is managed by a team of active, world-class academic experts from multidisciplinary backgrounds.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The Ph.D. programme in Environmental Pollution Studies is open to candidates who possess an M.Sc. degree in Environmental Pollution Studies or closely related disciplines with a CGPA of not less than 3.50 on a 5-point scale

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Prospective applicants for the M.Sc. programme shall possess a good first degree in Biochemistry, Animal and Environmental Biology, Microbiology, Plant Science & Biotechnology, Chemistry, Fisheries, Crop and Soil Science, Engineering or in any other relevant course from a reputable University with a minimum CGPA of 2.40.  B.Sc. graduates with third class or HND graduates with upper credit PLUS a minimum of lower credit (3.50/5.00 CGPA) in PGD (Environmental Pollution Studies) from University of Port Harcourt or any other approved University can also apply.

Prospective applicants for the PGD programme should possess at least a B.Sc. (Third class) degree in Biochemistry, Animal and Environmental Biology, Microbiology, Plant Science & Biotechnology, Chemistry, Fisheries, Crop and Soil Science, Engineering or in any other  relevant course from a reputable University, or HND (upper credit) in any of the Science fields from Nigerian Polytechnics or other approved comparable institution.

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PROGRAMME DURATION

Full time Ph.D programme– 36 months (minimum) to 48 months (maximum)

Part-time Ph.D programme – 48 months (minimum) to 60 months (maximum)

Full time PGD & M.Sc. programmes: 12 calendar months

Part time PGD & M.Sc. programmes: 24 calendar months

How To Apply for CEMPOS Application Form

Step 1 – Interested applicants SHOULD VISIT www.uniport.edu.ng

Step 2 – Click on Centre for Marine Pollution Monitoring and Seafood Safety (CEMPOS)

Step 3 – Under Admissions on the Home page.

Step 4 – Follow the links to download application forms and other directives.

CEMPOS APPLICATION FORM CLOSING DATE

The management has announced that the closing date is 30th April, 2022.

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Completed forms, reference letters, statement of purpose and official transcript of applicants shall be submitted to Centre for Marine Pollution Monitoring and Seafood Safety (CEMPOS), Faculty of Science building (Ofrima Complex), University of Port Harcourt with a non-refundable application fee of Twenty-Five Thousand Naira (N25,000.00) to be paid to Centre for Marine Pollution Monitoring & Seafood Safety UBA Account Number: 1021589727.

For more information visit: www.uniport.edu.ngwww.cemposuniport.com

E-mail: director.cempos@uniport.edu.ng

call +234(0)8033160429

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