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Faculty of Law

Post-Graduate Diploma in Law (PGD Legislatve Drafting)


The Faculty is charged with the responsibility of providing qualitative and quantitative education at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. This is done through the use of quality course materials in print, CD-ROM, DVD, online facilitation, video conferencing, internet, radio and television broadcast, audio and videos tapes and interactive face- to-face contacts for our teeming number of students and facilitation at the various study centres by experienced and seasoned professionals; thereby ensuring effective delivery in our university.

The Faculty of Law equips students with the theory and practice of law, the principles of judicial process, legal development and legislative drafting.

Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

To be admitted for the PGD Legislative Drafting programme, a candidate is expected to possess the following qualifications:

(i) Possess WASC/SSC/GCE Ordinary Level with a minimum of 5 Credits including English Language, Literature in English or English Literature with  a minimum of a Pass in Mathematics at not more than two sittings.

(ii) A first degree in Law with not less than Second Class (Lower) from a recognised University.

(iii) Must have been called to the Nigeria Bar.

Candidates for PGD  shall, upon being granted provisional admission online, must be cleared by the Faculty before they can proceed with registration for the programme

All candidates are required to contact their alma mater to make arrangements for their academic transcript to be forwarded to:

The Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, Plot 91, Nnamdi Azikiwe Expressway, Jabi Cadastral Zone, Abuja.


The application fee for PGD  is N7,500.00 (seven thousand, five hundred Naira only.

To apply, visit our website at:  https://www.nouonline.net .


Graduation Requirements

The PGD Legislative Drafting programme is a one (1) year programme, structured into a minimum of two (2) semesters and a maximum of four (4) semesters of coursework and research project.


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