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UNIPORT begins CCDCD Admission Form registration programme 2023
By on September 25th, 2023. All school news

Curious about furthering your knowledge in Disability and Communication studies? The University of Port-Harcourt’s Centre for Children Developmental and Communication Disorders (CCDCD) opens its doors for postgraduate applications, paving the way for in-depth exploration in these fields.

The University of Port-Harcourt (UNIPORT), renowned for its commitment to academic excellence and the advancement of knowledge, has opened applications for suitably qualified candidates into its Postgraduate Programmes under the Centre for Children Developmental and Communication Disorders (CCDCD) for the 2022/2023 Academic Session. This detailed guide provides prospective students with essential information regarding the admission requirements, mode of study, programme duration, and the registration process.

Introduction to Postgraduate Programmes Offered

A. Array of Programmes

Applications are currently being accepted for the following Postgraduate Programmes:

  1. Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Disability Studies
  2. Post-Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Communication Therapy
  3. Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree in Human Communication Therapy
  4. Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree in Disability Studies and Management
  5. Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree in Special Needs Education

II. Admission Requirements

A. For Post Graduate Diploma (PGD)

  • Eligibility: Admission into PGD is open to first Degree holders in any discipline from UNIPORT or any other approved institution recognised by the University.
  • Alternative Qualification: Applicants with a Higher National Diploma (HND) or its equivalent with at least an Upper Credit in a related discipline from any institution recognised by UNIPORT are also eligible.

B. For Master of Science (M.Sc)

  • Eligibility: First Degree holders in related disciplines with a minimum of 3.0 CGPA on a 5-point scale.
  • Additional Pathway: A Postgraduate Diploma in CCDCD from UNIPORT or any other recognised institution with a minimum CGPA of 3.0 on a 5-point scale.

III. Mode of Study and Programme Duration

A. Duration for PGD/M.Sc Programme

  • Full-Time Students: Minimum of 12 calendar months and a maximum of 24 calendar months.
  • Part-Time Students: Minimum of 24 calendar months and a maximum of 36 calendar months.

IV. Registration and Further Enquiries

A. Contact Details for Enquiries & Registration

For additional information, registration guidance, or any other enquiries, please contact:

  • Address: Centre’s Office, International Student’s Centre, University of Port Harcourt.
  • E-Mail: ccdcd@uniport.edu.ng
  • Tel: +234 (0) 08033504741; 08034913688

V. Conclusion: The Path to Academic Excellence

The University of Port-Harcourt (UNIPORT) remains a beacon of learning and research excellence, and its Postgraduate Programmes under the Centre for Children Developmental and Communication Disorders (CCDCD) offers a unique opportunity for aspiring candidates to enhance their knowledge and skills in the relevant fields.

Candidates are encouraged to meticulously review the admission requirements, prepare the necessary documents, and stay informed about the registration process and other essential details to ensure a smooth and successful application process.

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