The Nigerian Institute of Journalism Admission Application for 2018/2019 Session has commenced for the under listed programmes.
Nigerian Institute of Journalism is a Nigerian government monotechnic institute located at Ijaye road, Ogba in Ikeja, the capital of Lagos State, southwestern Nigeria.
Nigerian Institute of Journalism National Diploma
- The programme is of four semesters (Two Academic Sessions) duration for Full-Time students and Six Semester (Three Academic Sessions) for Part Time students.
- Five Credit passes in the WAEC or NECO Senior Secondary Certificate Examination or its equivalent in five subjects including English Language and Mathematics.
- Students enrolment and admission is through (JAMB) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). At the end of the course, successful candidates are awarded National Diploma.
Nigerian Institute of Journalism Higher National Diploma
The programme is Four-Semester (Two Academic Sessions) for Full-Time students and Six Semesters (Three Academic Sessions) for Part Time students.
- Five Credit pass as it is for admission into National Diploma
- National Diploma in Mass Communication with a minimum of Lower Credit from a recognised and NBTE-accredited institution.
- (c) Evidence/Proof of a one-year mandatory Industrial Attachment. Admission is done directly by the Institution. At the end of the course, successful candidates are awarded Higher National Diploma in Mass Communication.
Nigerian Institute of Journalism Post-Graduate Diploma
The programme is separated into four specialised areas of Mass Communication:
- Print Journalism
- Broadcast Journalism
- Public Relations and
The programme is of Two semester (One Academic Session) duration for Full Time and Three semester for Part-Time students. The programme is designed to expose and equip the students with the fundamental principles and theoretical framework of Mass Communication practice.
Every student in all sequences apart from their professional courses, take these core courses:
- Foundation of Mass Communication
- Theory of Mass Communication
- Mass Media Law and Ethics
- Mass Communication Research Methods
- Communication for Development
- Media Management and
- Topical Issues in Mass Communication
Nigerian Institute of Journalism Admission Requirements
- First Degree or Higher National Diploma from a recognized institution
The School runs specialised short-term courses for professional practitioners and intending practitioners in specialised areas of Mass Communication, Journalism and allied areas. There are such programmes as Photojournalism, News Writing and Reporting, Editing, Radio and Television Production amongst others.
Method Of Application
Interested candidates are to visit Nigerian Institute of Journalism Online Portal to complete their application.
This year application for admission will close on Friday, May 25, 2018