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NOUN Vice-Chancellor ODL Essay Competition 2023/2024

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NOUN Vice-Chancellor ODL Essay Competition 2023/2024. Final year NOUN students, showcase your experiences with Study Centre staff! Enter the 2023 Vice-Chancellor’s ODL Essay Competition on student-staff interaction. Attractive prizes await!

National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) announces its annual essay competition for final-year students. Write about your experience with staff interaction and cordiality at NOUN study centres and win up to N50,000! Submissions are due January 31st, 2024.

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EXTENSION OF SUBMISSION DATE
This is to inform all undergraduate and postgraduate final year students that the date of submission of the above Vice Chancellor’s ODL Essay Competition has been extended till the 12:00 AM 29th February, 2024. Interested persons can still meet up the dead line and win a fantastic prize. Good luck!

Introduction: NOUN Vice-Chancellor ODL Essay Competition.

Are you a final-year undergraduate or postgraduate student at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN)? Do you have strong opinions about your experiences interacting with staff at your study centre? Then listen up! The Vice-Chancellor’s ODL Essay Competition is back, and this year, it’s all about “Students’ Interaction and Cordiality with Staff at NOUN’s Study Centres: My Experience.”

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This exciting competition provides a platform for you to share your unique perspective on the vital role NOUN study centre staff play in your academic journey. Have you encountered exceptional support and guidance? Witnessed a genuine commitment to student success? Or perhaps you have suggestions for enhancing interaction and cordiality at your centre? Whatever your story, NOUN wants to hear it!

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The Topic:

The competition theme for 2023 is: “Students’ Interaction and Cordiality with Staff at the National Open University of Nigeria’s Study Centres: My Experience.”

This topic encourages you to reflect on your encounters with Study Centre staff, exploring aspects like:

  • Communication: How effectively do Study Centre staff communicate with students?
  • Support: How well do staff address student concerns and provide academic guidance?
  • Accessibility: Are Study Centres readily accessible and conducive to learning?
  • Overall impression: How has your interaction with Study Centre staff contributed to your overall NOUN experience?

Why Participate in the NOUN Vice-Chancellor ODL Essay Competition?

NOUN Vice-Chancellor ODL Essay Competition 2023/2024
NOUN Vice-Chancellor ODL Essay Competition 2023/2024

This competition is a fantastic opportunity to:

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  • Gain recognition: Showcase your writing skills and win valuable prizes.
  • Contribute to NOUN’s development: Your feedback can help improve the study centre experience for future students.
  • Connect with your peers: Share your experiences and learn from others.
  • Share your valuable experiences: Your insights can help improve student-staff interaction at NOUN study centres.
  • Boost your CV: Include your participation and achievements in your future applications.
  • Win exciting prizes: Earn recognition and financial rewards for your efforts.

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Eligibility Criteria:

  • Open to final-year undergraduate and postgraduate students of all faculties at NOUN.
  • Maximum word count: 2,000 words.
  • Language: British English.
  • Formatting: Times New Roman font, size 12, spacing 1.5.
  • Submission format: Word document (no PDFs).

How to Apply for NOUN Vice-Chancellor ODL Essay Competition.

  1. Participation is limited to only final year students of Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes in the National Open University of Nigeria.
  2. The language style must be British English and a maximum of 2,000 words.
  3. Participants must indicate their names, matriculation number, faculty, level and sex in their submissions.
  4. Times New Roman font, size 12 and spacing of 1.5 must be adopted.
  5. The essay should be uploaded in Word format and not PDF. There should be no duplicate entry.
  6. Entries must be submitted via e-mail to: vcessays@noun.edu.ng with the subject, “student’s first and last name, year, Vice-Chancellor’s Essay Competition,” for instance, “Oluwatope Ojo 2023 Vice-Chancellor’s Essay Competition” for this edition.

Application Submission Deadline: All Essays must be submitted on or before midnight on 31st January 2024.

Winners Announcement: Winning entries shall be notified of their success by 28th February 2024.

Also Read: NOUN Admission Form 2024/2025: Registration Guide & Requirements.

Prizes for the NOUN Vice-Chancellor ODL Essay Competition:

Winning entries will be awarded attractive cash prizes and certificates in various categories:

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S/NPRIZESAWARDS
1Overall Best EssayA certificate and cash prize of N20,000.00
22nd Place PositionA certificate and cash prize of N50,000.00
33rd Place PositionA certificate and cash prize of N20,000.00
4Best Essay in the FacultyA certificate and cash prize of N20,000.00

NOTE: Winners will be announced at the convocation ceremony.

All Study’ Centre Directors are hereby enjoined to give this advertisement wide publicity in their respective Study Centres to ensure that no eligible student is left out.

Don’t miss this chance to share your NOUN story and win big! Submit your essay today!

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Conclusion: NOUN Vice-Chancellor ODL Essay Competition.

The NOUN Vice-Chancellor’s ODL Essay Competition is an exciting platform for final year students to share their experiences, contribute to NOUN’s growth, and win exciting prizes. So, grab your pen (or keyboard!), reflect on your study centre journey, and craft a compelling essay. We look forward to hearing your stories!

Sharing is caring! Spread the word about this competition and encourage your fellow final year students to participate. Let’s make this essay competition a resounding success!

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