University of Ibadan, 2018/2019 Admission into Postgraduate Programmes
Posted: 06/Jul/2018

INTRODUCTION The Centre for Petroleum Energy Economics and Law is a John D and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. It is a regional centre of excellence with the main goal of training highly skilled personnel and conducting research in energy. The Centre is multidisciplinary in concept and practice and it brings together economists. engineers, lawyers, finance experts, scientists and other relevant professionals in order to address energy issues in a holistic manner.
The Centre is uniquely positioned, with research and teaching collaborations with globally acclaimed institutions in the United Kingdom, United States of America and Ghana. The Centre also emphasizes strong linkage with the energy industry and policy world

OBJECTIVES: The Centre’s core objective is to meet the energy personnel requirements of Nigeria and the sub-Saharan Africa Graduates of the Centre would gain the sound training necessary to bridge the knowledge and skills gap in the sector.

The following Degree Programmes are available for the 2018/2019 Session:

1. LL.M & Ph.D(Energy Law)

Programme Duration & Admission Requirements

The duration for the M.Sc Energy Studies programme is a minimum of 3 Semesters of full time studies. Applicants are required to have a minimum of Second Class Lower Division from the Social Sciences. Science. Engineering, Agriculture and Forestry. They should also possess 5 credits in one sitting or 6 credits in two sitting including English Language and Mathematics. The duration for the Ph.D. Energy Studies is a minimum of 6 Semesters of full time studies, Candidates with relevant and applicable M.Sc degrees can proceed to M.Phil or PhD.
Applicants with a minimum average of 60% in any of the relevant and applicable Master’s programme, including M.Sc. (Energy Studies) from the University of lbadan can apply directly for PhD, while those from other universities will be admitted into M.Phil/Ph.D.

The duration for the LLM Energy Law programme is a minimum of 3 Semesters of full time studies. Applicants are required to have a minimum of Second Class Lower Division in Law. They should also possess 5 credits in one sitting or 6 credits in two sitting including English Language and Literature in English.

The duration for the Ph.D Energy Law is a minimum of 6 Semesters of full time studies. Candidates with relevant and applicable LL.M degree can proceed to M.Phil or PhD. Applicants with a minimum average of 60% in any of the relevant and applicable Master’s programmes, including LL.M (Energy Law) from the University of Ibadan can apply directly for PhD, while those from other universities will be admitted into MPhil/PhD.

FOREIGNERS WITHIN AND OUTSIDE NIGERIA
Non-Nigerian applicants within and outside Nigeria should obtain an invoice from the Postgraduate School Website and pay into the bank using bank drafi/bank cheque of the value generated on the invoice, payable to the Postgraduate School, University of lbadan. For the purpose of this transfer you may use any of the account details below:
DOMICILIARY ACCOUNT CUSTOMERS
Dollars (USD) “sections
CORRESPONDENT BANK NAME: STANDARD CHARTERED BANK.

NEWYORK
SWIFT CODE: SCBLUSB 3
ABA NO: 026002561
BENEFICIARY INSTITUTION: FBN BANK(UK) LIMITED
ACCOUNT 3582-059969-001

FURTHER CREDIT To: FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC, LAGOS SOM NON-EXPORT / USD
ACCOUNT NO. 100396-USD-CLBANK-02

FINAL BENEFICIARY:
CUSTOMER NAME: 
U1. POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL USD ACCOUNT
(FIELD 59) BANK: FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA PLC
BRANCH SORTCODE: UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN/011191238
ACCOUNT No: 2022039037
SWIFT CODE: FBNINGLA

Interested candidates are hereby advised to visit the University of Ibadan. Postgraduate School website http://pgschool.ui.edu.ng
For further details, contact 08103279807

OLUBUNMI O. FALUYI, MCIPM, MAUA.
Registrar