Regular entry to a Bachelor degree programme requires a minimum Credit of at least 5 O’Levels that includes English and any other four subjects at undergraduate is required. For post graduate students, it is required that they provide evidence of having completed a first degree or an advanced diploma with a minimum of 5 years post qualification experience.
The entry requirements for admission to Bachelor degree programmes include:
i. Grade 12/ High School Leaving Certificate with an aggregate score of 60 or “C” or “Credit”, or equivalent.
ii. Applicants with a Diploma or Advanced Diploma in a relevant area may be considered for credit transfer
iii. Applicants with at least 2 years post-secondary relevant experience may be considered for entry
iv. Recognized proof of English proficiency for international students
v. Up to date CV this however is not required for direct entry school leavers.
vi. Copy of Passport of National Registration Card
In addition to a strong academic record the University considers, extra-curricular activities, leadership skills and other relevant background information in its selection process.
The entry requirements for admission to postgraduate Master’s programmes include:
- an accredited Bachelor degree or international equivalent. Related professional qualifications at the appropriate level will also be considered for entry.
- Students with an accredited Master’s degree will also be considered for entry.
- HND holders with good, relevant work experience (post-graduation) , may also be considered for entry.
- For Foreign students a recognized proof of English proficiency if the Bachelor degree was not taught in the English language.
- Personal Statement of Statement of Purpose (minimum 500 words)
- An up to date CV
- An official Recommendation Letter (Academic or Professional)
The University will take interest in candidates with not only a strong academic record, but proven record of extra-curricular activities, leadership skills and other relevant background information.
Eligibility of exemptions is predicated upon satisfactory evidence of having completed particular modules under similar assessment with the university. All exemptions attract a fee that has to be settled if the board of academics approve the exemptions.
All exemptions are at the discretion of the guidelines provided by Kopaline University and conclusions made by the academic board.
The University has four intakes namely January, April, June/July and September. These intakes run both on Campus and 100% Online.
These are based on learning outcomes with topical discussions delivered week by week of a given semester in line with the academic calendar. A teaching schedule is done by the course leader.
One year Foundation studies for school leavers