The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has launched its e-ticketing platform as prepares for its 20th anniversary beginning March 25, 2023.

The NOUN e-ticketing platform will allow students to alert the institution of their various challenges and enable it to resolve such challenges in real-time, said Vice-Chancellor of NOUN, Prof. Olufemi Peters in Abuja.

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His words: “This helps us track the students’ challenges.”

The platform will further allow NOUN to leverage technology to deepen its services to students across the country irrespective of locations, said Peters adding that 28,740 students are to be part of the graduating ceremony marking the institution’s anniversary.


According to him, “we have 21,339 undergraduates and 7,101 postgraduate students graduating. Among this number are 58 inmates out of which seven are postgraduate graduands.  We have 14 centres in our prisons and we have been mandated to expand it. In all, we have 28,740 students graduating during our 12th convocation.”

Adding: “We have 141,000 active students and about 250,000, when you combine active and inactive students with 118 study centres nationwide.”

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