UI DLC Courses, Requirements & School Fees 2022.

UI DLC Courses, Requirements and  School Fees for this year has been published on the official portal https://dlc.ui.edu.ng/ of the institution.

UI DLC Courses

Applications are hereby invited from qualified candidates for admissions into the fifteen (16) National Universities Commission-validated Degree Programmes of the Distance Learning Centre, University of Ibadan for the new Academic Session.

About UI Distance Learning Centre.

The programmes are run under the University’s Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Platform.

The University of Ibadan Distance Learning Centre (UIDLC) is an arm of the University responsible for providing Open and Distance Learning University Education.

This mode of education is technology-mediated and provides for minimum physical interaction between the learners and the facilitators. DLC learners are spread across different locations within and outside the country because of the convenience of access which is made available by this mode.

It is noteworthy to further inform prospective candidates that the academic activities of UIDLC are facilitated by the same lecturers as the regular mode of study.

The issuance of the same certificates as obtainable in the conventional university system is also assured. This is technically referred to as PARITY OF ESTEEM- both categories have equal rights and privileges.

At the moment, the Centre has fifteen (16) academic programmes which are fully accredited by the National University Commission (NUC).

Here, we will take a look at the UI DLC Courses, Requirements & School Fees  for 2021/2022. We will consider how much students in various departments are supposed to pay and highlight if there are additional fees required.

The school fees Structure is for returning students although there are usually no real difference between the fees and fresh student’s except for acceptance fees, registration charges and other charges already included for fresh students.

Official UI DLC  School Fees Structure 2022.

1. BA (Hons) English

  • UI DLC School Fees for English department is N99, 100 and above.

2. BA (Hons) Philosophy and Public Affairs

  • UI DLC School Fees for Philosophy and Public Affairs department is N90, 100 and above.

3. BA (Hons) History and Diplomatic Studies

  • UI DLC School Fees for History and Diplomatic Studies is N90, 100 and above.

4. BA (Hons) Communication and Language Arts

  • UI DLC School Fees for Communication and Language Arts  is N98, 100 and above.

5. BSC (HONS) Psychology

  • UI DLC School Fees for Psychology  is N89, 100 and above.

6. BSC (HONS) Economy

  • UI DLC School Fees for Economy  is N89, 100 and above.

7. BSC (HONS) Political Science

  • UI DLC School Fees for Political Science is N89, 100 and above.

8. BSC (HONS) Sociology

  • UI DLC School Fees for Sociology is N89, 100 and above.

9. BSC Computer Science

  • UI DLC School Fees for Computer Science is N104, 100 and above.

10. BSC (HONS) Statistics

  • UI DLC School Fees for Statistics is N90, 100 and above.

11-15. Faculty of Education

  •  BEd (HONS) Adult Education
  • BEd (Hons) Guidance & Counselling
  • BEd (Hons) Educational Management
  • BSW (Hons) Social Work
  • BLIS (Hons) Library and Information Studies

UI DLC School Fees for all departments in Faculty of Education as seen above is N90, 100 and above.

16. BNSc (HONS) NURSING

  • The UI DLC School Fees for Nursing department is N120, 100 and above.

Full List of UI DLC Courses.

  1. BA (Hons) English
  2. BA (Hons) Philosophy and Public Affairs
  3. BA (Hons) History & Diplomatic Studies
  4. BA (Hons) Communication. & Language Arts
  5. BSc (Hons) Psychology
  6. BSc (Hons) Economics
  7. BSc (Hons) Political Science
  8. BSc (Hons) Sociology
  9. BEd (Hons) Adult Education
  10. BEd (Hons) Guidance & Counselling
  11. BEd (Hons) Educational Management
  12. BSW (Hons) Social Work
  13. BLIS (Hons) Library and Information Studies
  14. BSc (Hons) Computer Science
  15. BSc (Hons) Statistics
  16. BNSc (HONS) NURSING

UI DLC Admission Requirements.

Now that you have idea of University of Ibadan Distance Learning Centre (UIDLC) available courses, school fees schedule, it is important to know the admission requirements. Here’s the official admission requirements for University of Ibadan Distance Learning Centre (UIDLC):

1. B.A. English Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION) : Five or Six O’ Level credits in English Language, Literature-in-English another Arts subject and other subjects from Arts or The Social Sciences.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION) : Candidates with at least 2 A’ Level papers in English and Literature-in-English, NCE, OND/ND, HND, 1st Degree in relevant disciplines plus 5 O’ Level credits at one sitting and 6 O’ Level credits at two sittings including English Language, Literature-in-English, another Arts subject and any other combination of Arts or Social Sciences are eligible for 4-year Direct Entry admission.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Literature-In-English Is Compulsory For English Language. Prospective Candidates Should Note That Relevant Disciplines For Direct Entry Admission Into The Department Of English Include: • English Language • Linguistics • Mass Communication and other disciplines similar to the above stated.

2. B.A. Philosophy and Public Affairs Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION) Five or six O’ Level credits at One or Two sittings in English language, another Arts subjects and any other subjects in Science or the Social Sciences.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION) Candidates with two A’ Level papers, NCE, OND/ND and HND, 1st Degree from any discipline are eligible provided they meet O’ Level requirements of English language one Arts subject and any other subjects from Social Sciences and Science.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Apart from English language, another Arts subject is required for both Direct and O’ Level admissions into Philosophy and Public Affairs.

3. B.A. History and Diplomatic Studies Admission Requirements.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION) : a) Candidates with one of the followings: 2 A’ Level passes including History or Government; Two Credit passes in HND/OND/ND/NCE; Diploma certificate of History and Diplomatic Studies or any other related course; and five O’ Level credits at a sitting or six O’ Level credits at two sittings including English Language, History or Government and at least one Arts or Social Science subject. b) Exceptionally, mature candidates with relevant Diplomas and NCE in any discipline and with 5 years relevant experience in related establishment are qualified to apply for the 4 year direct entry programme in B.A History and Diplomatic Studies.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): Five or six O’ Level credits at one or two sittings in English, History or Government plus any other subjects from the Social Sciences or Arts. none

4. B.A. Communication and Language Art Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): Five O’ Level credit passes at one sitting or Six O’ Level credit passes at two sittings to include English Language, Literature-in-English, another Arts subject, and other subjects from Arts or Social Sciences.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION) Candidates with at least 2 A’ Level papers in English and Literature-in-English, NCE, OND/ND, HND, 1st Degree in relevant disciplines plus 5 O’ Level credits at one sitting and 6 O’ Level credits at two sittings including English Language, Literature-in-English, another Arts subject and any other combination of Arts or Social Sciences are eligible for 4-year Direct Entry admission.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: : Candidates with HND (Mass Communication, at least Lower Credit grade) are also eligible for 4-year Direct Entry admission. Candidates (irrespective of year of graduation) with Grade II Teachers’ Certificate (TCII) with credit or merit passes in at least five (5) subjects to include; English Language, Literature-in-English, another Arts subject, and any other two Arts or Social Sciences subjects may be considered or the 5 year mode.

5. B.Sc. Psychology Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): 5 O’ Level credits at One sitting or 6 O’ Level credits at Two sittings in English Language with at least one Social Science subject with any other subjects from Arts or Sciences, in addition, the candidate must possess at least a pass in Mathematics.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): Candidates must possess 2 A’ Level passes to include Government, Economics, Geography or any other social science subject, NCE, HND, Nursing and First Degree are accepted provided O’ Level requirements are met.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Psychology accepts for Direct Entry candidates with: NCE NOT lower than a credit pass from any discipline; HND NOT lower than a credit pass from any discipline; Nursing with NRN; 1st Degree NOT lower than a 3rd Class from any discipline, HND and 1st Degree may apply for a 3-year Fast-Track programme. The Department DOES NOT ACCEPT OND/ND.

6. B.Sc. Economics Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): 5 O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 O’ Level credits at TWO sittings in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other subjects from Arts or Social Sciences.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): Candidates must possess 2 A’ Level passes in Economics and any other subject, OND/ND, HND, NCE, Diploma Certificate and 1st Degree from any discipline plus O’ Level requirements are accepted.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: English Language, mathematics and Economics are strictly required for both Direct and O’ Level admissions into Economics.

7. B.Sc. Political Science Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): 5 O’ Level credits at One sitting or 6 O’ Level credits at Two sittings in English Language, Government or History and any other Social Science, Arts or Science subject s. In addition, the candidate must possess at least a pass in Mathematics.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): Candidates must possess any two A’ Level passes in Government or History and any other subject. NCE, OND/ND, HND, Diploma Certificates and 1st degree from any discipline are accepted in addition to O’ Level requirements.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: HND and 1st Degree may apply for 3-year Fast-track programme.

8. B.Sc. Sociology Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): Five or six O’ Level credits at one or two sittings in English Language and any other subjects from Social Sciences, Science or Arts, plus at least a pass in Mathematics.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): Cambridge A’ Level passes Science, Arts or Social Sciences plus O’ Level requirements. In addition, Sociology accepts NCE/OND/ND for Direct Entry.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: a) At least a Pass in Mathematics s compulsory. b) Mature candidates with professional experience and have school certificate with six credits at two sittings or five credits at one sitting are eligible for admission. c) Mature candidates with professional experience with five credits at two sittings but with an additional professional qualification in any field. d) Diplomats, OND/ND, HND holders possessing requisite O’ Level requirements are eligible for admission.

9. BSW. Social Work Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION) 5 O’ Level credits at One sitting or 6 O’ Level credits at Two sittings in English Language and any other Science, Social Science or Arts subjects,

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION) Candidates must possess NRN, Diploma, OND/ND, NCE and HND in any discipline and must in addition, satisfy O’ Level requirements. Special Consideration: Teaching courses available for Social work are: English Language, Christian Religious Studies, Geography, Political Science, Mathematics and Literature-in-Yoruba.

10. BLIS. Library, Archival and Information Studies Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): Five or six O’ Level credits at one or two sittings in English Language and any other subjects from the Social Sciences, Science or Arts.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): NCE in relevant subjects or Cambridge A’ Level in relevant subjects plus O’ Level requirements.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Teaching courses available for Library and Information Studies are: • English Language • Christian Religious Studies • Geography • Political Science • Mathematics • Literature-in-Yoruba Any candidate without the above mentioned O’ Level subject will be given sociology as teaching course.

11. B.Ed. Guidance and Counseling Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): Five or six O’ Level credits at one or two sittings in English and any other subjects from the Social Sciences, Science or Arts,

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): Cambridge A’ Level to include Mathematics OND, HND, NCE in relevant disciplines plus O’ Level requirements.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Teaching courses available for Guidance and Counselling are: • English Language • Christian Religious Studies • Geography • Political Science • Mathematics • Literature-in-Yoruba.

12. B.Ed. Adult Education Admission Requirements.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): a) Diploma in Adult Education, community Development, Industrial Trade Unionism from Institutions recognized by University of Ibadan in addition to O’ Level requirements. b) Two A’ Level passes or NCE at Merit level (from a College of Education) to include English Language and one other Arts or the Social Sciences or Science subject Ibadan in addition to O’ Level requirement.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): Five O’ Level credits passes at one sitting or six O’ Level credits passes at Two sittings to include English Language, other subjects from Arts, the Social Sciences or Science. The subject must include the teaching subject as itemized in the special consideration column.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: a) Teaching courses available for Adult Education are: • English Language • Christian Religious Studies • Geography • Political Science • Mathematics • Literature-in-Yoruba. b) Mature candidates with professional experience with five credits at not more than two sittings are eligible for admission but with professional qualification in the required field.

13. B.Ed. Educational Management Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): Candidates must have 5 or 6 credits in GCE or WASCE in not more than two sittings including credit in English Language, Mathematics and Economics in addition to 2 other subjects.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): Candidates must have credit in English Language, Mathematics and Economics in addition to 2 other subjects in WASC or GCE O’ Level, NCE merit grade in any of the following; Economics, Business Studies, Office Practice, Accounting and Insurance. Higher National Diploma from recognized Polytechnics with minimum of Lower Credit in Business Administration, Banking and Finance, Insurance, Accounting and Public Administration. Diploma in Statistics from recognized University. University of Ibadan Professional Diploma in Educational Management and University of Ibadan Diploma in Management Studies (with at least Merit Grade).

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Teaching courses available for Educational Management are: • English Language • Christian Religious Studies • Geography • Political Science • Mathematics • Literature-in-Yoruba.

14. B.Sc. Computer Science Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): Five or six O’ Level credits passes at one or two sittings in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geography and any other Science subjects (excluding Agricultural Science).

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): Cambridge A’ Level subject passes in mathematics (Pure and applied) and Physics (ii) OND/ND or HND Computer Science or any other Mathematics-based courses plus O’ Level requirements. none

15. B.Sc. Statistics Admission Requirements. 

O’ LEVEL MODE (5 – YEAR DURATION): Five or six O’ Level credits at one or two sittings in English, Mathematics and any of Biology, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Technical Drawing and Geography, Economics will be counted as the 6th subject.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION): Cambridge A’ Level to include Mathematics OND, HND, NCE in relevant disciplines plus O’ Level requirements. none

16. BNS Nursing Admission Requirements.

O’ LEVEL Entry is not available at ODeL Nursing.

DIRECT ENTRY (4 – YEAR DURATION) Candidates must have completed the three-year General Nursing programme in an accredited School of Nursing and be registered with and currently licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria to practice.

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: • Five credits in one sitting and six credits in two sittings provided the two results are from the same examination body (One sitting will be an advantage).

Admission process will start with a screening exercise and this will be followed by an interactive session for all shortlisted candidates.  BNSc Nursing has no O’ Level Entry Mode (5 Years).

How to Apply for UI Distance Learning Centre. 

It is advisable for prospective candidates to carefully study the admission requirements before making payment for the form, as application that does not meet the requirements will not be accepted by the admission portal.

The UI DLC admission application form for this year is N10,500 naira only. APPLY HERE


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