The much awaited University of Lagos postgraduate application forms for the 2014/15 academic session is finally on sale. The postgraduate forms went on sale today 9th August 2014. Prospective postgraduate applicants can begin the application process by visiting at www.spgs.unilag.edu.ng.
The School of postgraduate studies, University of Lagos, hereby invites suitably qualified candidates from recognized institutions for admission into postgraduate programmes of the UNILAG in the 2014/15 academic session, namely
– Postgraduate diploma programmes (PGD)
– Masters Degree Programmes (MSc, MEd, MA, LLM e.t.c).
– Professional Masters Degree Programme
-Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of philosophy (PhD).
Take Note of the Following

  1. These programmes are offered in full-time, part-time, executive and sand-wish study options. 
  2. Applicants are advised to check the available programmes online and confirm your eligibility before applying.
  3. The postgraduate form closes on Tuesday, 30th September, 2014, and completed forms must be submitted online latest 3rd October, 2014.
  4. Application form fee is N22,500, and should be available from any bank on the e-transact platform. (GTB, Access, First Bank e.t.c)
  5. Print application and photo card after completing the online form. Laminate the photo card.

 Drop your questions in the comments box about postgraduate study af UNILAG.

67 thoughts on “2014/15 UNILAG POSTGRADUATE FORM IS OUT

  1. Don't expect lectures to start this year, those that applied last year are just settling down because of ASUU strike. If its fast, probably Feb 2015.
    @Cynthia, holders of degree from outreach/satellite campus would not be admitted, but I don't know if NOUN is part of such

    1. can someone with B.A History and International studies(LASU) and Master of International Relations and Strategic Studies(LASU) apply for MSC-Mass Communication?

  2. thanks for your information.i have finished filling your form but there is no photocard.so,what will i do?

  3. Pls can a third class grad of maths,apply for msc in information tech directly without pgd.and pls which oda courses can d person do msc directly without pgd

  4. hi, which of these options I should print? print application or print pdf format. urgent please. thanks in anticipation.

  5. Good day Ayodele,
    I made payment today 29/09/14 and tried logging on with the reference number + surname but error "Your reference number or password is not valid", Pls what could be the issue and what do i do? Thanks….

  6. the postgraduate page is not avaliable,i have been trying it since yesterday and am soo afraid because it is closing today

  7. Noel usip, that's true, all their website are down, I would try sending an email to officials there, I guess they would already know about this. You application should not be cancel, cos its UNILAG's fault. I hope I would be extended cos many people want to register also

  8. Pls is there a customer service no or email of unilag postgraduate School to report the site not going tru and also to confirm the postponed. Date

  9. hello i want to find out for the 2015 Master in Information Technology…can i apply directly with HHD upper credit in Elect elect?

  10. Please can anyone provide useful information about the cost for post graduate studies in unilag, the amount paid for the form as my brother collected 55,000 naira for the form and he said the program fee is going to cost 225,000 in the first semester and 75,000 in the second semester. In short he needs 300,000 to pay the post graduate school fees for a computer science related course. Thanks.

  11. Hi Ayo. Pls I want to know the difference between the tuition fee for full time and part of Msc in human relations and personnel management. It will determine a decision that I need to make.Its urgent Pls. Thank you.

  12. Good morning Ayo please if i have a PGD certificate from NOUN can i be admitted into UNILAG for my masters program

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