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Posted on Mon 25th Feb, 2013 - hotnigerianjobs.com --- (28 comments)


Polytechnic, Ibadan - In furtherance of the existing educational collaboration between Ferris State University, Michigan, USA and The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Nigeria on HND - BSc./BA conversion programme, interested applicants are hereby advised to apply for admission into any of the underlisted academic degree programmes of Ferris State University as follows:
  1. B. Sc. Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
  2. B. Sc. Mechanical Engineering Technology
  3. B. Sc. Biology
  4. BA Biochemistry
  5. B.A Chemistry
  6. B. Sc. Accounting
  7. B. Sc. Business Administration
  8. B. Sc. Finance
  9. B. Sc. Marketing
  10. B. Sc. Graphic Design
HND - BSc Conversion Programme of the Polytechnic, Ibadan

Entry Requirements
Applicants who must be HND Graduates of The Polytechnic, Ibadan or other recognized and NBTE (National Board for Technical Education) accredited Polytechnics in Nigeria in the above listed disciplines must possess the following:
  • Minimum of CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) of 3.0 under the 5 points Grading System in his/her HND graduating results. Copied from: hotnigerianjobs.com
  • Pass in TOEFL/IELTS Examination with a minimum score of 61 for TOEFL and 5.5 for IELTS.
Important Information
Every applicant must also take note of the following important information:
  • The Duration of each of the B.SC/BA programmes is a minimum of Three Semesters. Students should consult with Polytechnic Ibadan regarding credit transfer and the number of credits and courses that will be required to complete their Bachelor’s degree at Ferris.
  • The financial implication for the programme is about $28,000.00.
  • Every applicant is expected to produce evidence of proficiency in English Language in the absence of TOEFL/IELTS Certificate.
  • Every applicant is expected to provide a financial guarantor who must be a person of good financial standing and be ready to provide written financial guarantee for the applicant. Copied from: www.hotnigerianjobs.com
  • Every applicant is expected to apply for Ferris State University admission through the Admissions Officer/Head of International Education Unit of The Polytechnic, Ibadan.
  • Admissions into the BSc/BA Programmes of Ferris State University is available all the year round taking into consideration the University’s academic calendar stated in (v) above.

The Academic Calendar of Ferris State University runs as follows:
  • Fall Semester:  August - December
  • Spring Semester:  January - May
  • Summer Semester:  May - August

Method of Application
Applications into the BSc/BA programmes of Ferris State University through The Polytechnic, Ibadan are obtainable on-line at http://polyibadandlp.org/Bsc/ through purchase of scratch card of N 25,000.00 from Poly Ibadan Microfinance Bank Ltd.

Other Important Information
Original copies of Academic Transcripts of both ND and HND programmes of every applicant must be received by the Admissions Officer/Head of International Education Unit of The Polytechnic, Ibadan for the smooth processing of the applicant’s admission request.

Availability of Working Permit for Successful Foreign Graduates of Ferris State University
One major benefit derivable by the Applicant is that every successful foreign graduate of Ferns State University will be entitled to at least one year Working Permit upon graduation in any part of USA. Only Graduates of STEM Programs (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) may be considered for up to 27 months working permit. Copied from: www.hotnigerianjobs.com

For further enquiries
Please contact the Admissions Officer/Head of International Education Unit of The Polytechnic, Ibadan and/or the CEC Main Office, The Polytechnic, Ibadan.
OR on the following telephone lines: 0805-395-4397,0803-915-0553,0805-526-4840,0705-506-6021, and 0803-838-3250.

  

Comments (28)

No. 1
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 07:48:31 GMT by tosin

pls, i have OND in polytechnic ibadan, pls can i apply
No. 2
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 07:55:12 GMT by Clare E. Inyang

Please wher will the classes be held, USA or Ibadan Polytechnic?
No. 3
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 08:28:11 GMT by ANCESTOR

the financial implication is it 28,000 dollar or naira? if is dollar that about 4.3million naira. which poor man son can afford that.
No. 4
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 08:39:21 GMT by Bola

This is a good idea.
But The Polytechnic Ibadan and other Polytechnics can liase with the Federal Government for approval of B.A/B.tec certificate for a successful graduant after the completion of their HND programme instead of issuing HND crtificate.I believe HND and B.sc are equivalent,so that the $28,000 can be used to further education like Masters and other degree programme.
Please,don't allow the HND holder to think they are not up to B.sc holder.
No. 5
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 08:44:02 GMT by Etim Michael

The tuition fee is too exhorbitant.Moreover,wat iz d essence of dis poly cert self.its better fed govt scrap polytechnics so dat every graduates frm d university. Useless govt.
No. 6
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 10:51:07 GMT by mich

where is the venue Nigeria or USA
No. 7
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 11:41:02 GMT by emmanuel

This is ridiculous,4.3million naira!Isn't these enough to set you up in any endeavor that would make you forget about Nigerian fucking discrimination? It seems even institutions are taking advantage of the situation too.lets be honest with ourselves,is the discrimination worth it?
No. 8
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 15:44:52 GMT by Eric

the federal government must stop this insult. we dont need their degrees. Our goovernment can change HND to degree if thats what we need. White people cannot come and fool us the 2nd time. enough is enough. what the hell of 4.2 million? they are theives. with that money one can set up a good business and live big in Nigeria. Are they not going to use the same teachers of the poly to teach? what kind of day light robbery is this?
No. 9
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 17:33:56 GMT by jimi

scammer..........beware!!!

No. 10
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 20:27:47 GMT by kola

what a "decorated" rubbish is this?
No. 11
Posted on Tue 26th Feb, 2013 21:58:16 GMT by Rasaq saheed

In fact nigeria students should wise up. How can i use #4.3m to obtain useless Bsc with 100% assurance of job. Even if had Hnd, i wil prefer to do DE & i wil not spend #1.5m b4 i graduate. Pls my follow citizen ignore this 419 ideal. Wise up.
No. 12
Posted on Wed 27th Feb, 2013 05:15:18 GMT by Chigozie Egbukole

Dis is not a welcome idea at all, i suggest d govt should do something about dis discrepancy dat is bedeviling our educational system
No. 13
Posted on Wed 27th Feb, 2013 06:17:07 GMT by shola

If we had supported Obasanjo for his 3 term quest all these rubbish wouldn't have happened. He wanted to change HND to Btec
No. 14
Posted on Wed 27th Feb, 2013 07:05:38 GMT by Paul

Omg!
No. 15
Posted on Wed 27th Feb, 2013 09:05:43 GMT by emmanuel

I think it high time we set our priority right in this nation.Is it a positive and objective result we need irrespective of the alphabetic difference on the certificate or the alphabetic difference on the certificate?Because, that is all that is to this inconsiderable and irresponsible act by this non strategic Nation.Unfortunately,NBTE is another passive and dormant institution that lacks the will power to carryout it assigned duties(toothless bulldog).If it had been alive to it responsiblities Ibadan poly wouldn't have published these nonsense."4.3m for HND to BSC cnversion" rubbish!
No. 16
Posted on Wed 27th Feb, 2013 15:32:57 GMT by AJAYI TOKUNBOH

IT WILL BE BETTER FOR THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIATO SCRAP BOTH NBTE AND ALL THE POLYTECHNICS IN THE COUNTRY.
No. 17
Posted on Thu 28th Feb, 2013 13:57:39 GMT by Danio

Sigh... Our policy makers are confusionist, that is why this mess is in the air.
No. 18
Posted on Thu 28th Feb, 2013 13:59:08 GMT by Danio

Sigh... Our policy makers are confusionists, that is why this mess is in the air.
No. 19
Posted on Sat 02nd Mar, 2013 10:30:49 GMT by Ola

The Ibadan Poly management must have lost focus,missed direction and grossly visionless.These are the same selfish lecturers who agitate for equality with their university counterpart.Their acceptance of this conversion programme is self-defeating,self-destroying,self-downgrading,totallack of self esteem and second fiddle playing.It is stupid and quite unfortunate for you to claim to be equal to your university counterpart while at the same time profess that your product is inferior and need $28,000 and two years to balance up.All those marketing this conversion programme are visionless and purposeless and self-contradictory.Henceforth,no lecturer of Ibadan poly must go on strike on the basis of equal pay with their university counterpart.
STOP THIS USELESS CONVERSION OR TELL US THE DIFFERENCE IN THE SYLLABUS BETWEEN B.Eng Electrical and HND Electrical.THE DISCRIMINATION IS BASELESS.
No. 20
Posted on Thu 09th May, 2013 14:12:00 GMT by bayo kolawole

This is nothing short of commercializing technical education. Polytechnic graduates are known to be technically sound most times better than their university counterparts. This claim was put to test during my NYSC days several years back when a graduate from a south west polytechnic fixed an electrical fault that occured in one of the rooms in a hall on orientation camp grounds which a so called graduate from a south east university found neck breaking and energy sapping. Plesse stop the dichotomy and dont let the nigerian employers think the two cerificats HND/Bsc are not equivalent. The Federal govt have told us they are indeed the same. This advert is certainly not necessarily, definitely not now that our technical education needs serious attention if we aspire to catch up with the rest of the world. Most developed economies places little emphasis on paper qualifications but more on the skills you possess
No. 21
Posted on Thu 16th May, 2013 13:36:21 GMT by ogungbenle segun

what is ibadan poly cut off mark this year?

No. 22
Posted on Sat 25th May, 2013 22:37:45 GMT by julius micheal

Life is all about opportunity and time.what kind of country are we where a university graduates were posted on d polytechnics graduate.federal government shld rise to d aides of d polytechnics graduates enough is enough.we are d champions
No. 23
Posted on Fri 01st Nov, 2013 12:53:11 GMT by Akin Akinbode

I am a polytechnic graduate with a distinction. From my service year and of course in work and in life generally I have related with numerous university graduates some of which are 1st class. The truth in black and white is that I am yet to meet one that really fascinates me intellectually or brilliantly. The truth about this HND/Bsc dichotomy is that it is all a lie in the Nigerian environment context. No university in here makes the world's first 2000 and not even first 30 in Africa. so what is their brag about? In life and work it is about what you can do and what you learn and not about the silly certificate we celebrate like life itself. And as it is the case for us in Nigeria; perhaps it is one of the major reasons, to say the least, that we are, and may forever be mediocre at about everything. $28,000 for HND?Bsc conversion program! Imagine what you can do which such money in business when you are well read and trained not CERTIFICATED. FOLKS, LET'S THINK!!
No. 24
Posted on Mon 03rd Feb, 2014 17:25:55 GMT by De Genius

what if someone has lower credit from a school, say Yabatech
No. 25
Posted on Tue 11th Mar, 2014 17:18:37 GMT by Chinedu

If u check out some polytechnic in nigeria learn practicalise things than university ,the federal government should come to our aid to stop this stupid discrimination between hnd and bsc .
No. 26
Posted on Wed 09th Jul, 2014 12:32:10 GMT by elisbabs

is dis nt madness? $28,000 for 2 yrs conversion programme. Will i b offered job worth $50,000 per month? mtchew
No. 27
Posted on Sat 10th Oct, 2015 16:27:52 GMT by Bioye AKANBI

I studied geology from the polytechnic Ibadan, HND and my course is not included, does it mean I can't benefit and where will studying be taking place. Online, USA or Nigeria. Lastly, is $28,000 for the entire programme duration and can the payment be spread. Please respond ASAP
No. 28
Posted on Thu 28th Apr, 2016 09:21:53 GMT by Donald adeniji

i studied surveying and geo-informatics. and my discipline is not included means i can benefit




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