Through a partnership with international universities and institutions, our Postgraduate School offers postgraduate diploma (PGD), Master's Degree, and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in the different fields of study. Students entering for PGD must have a first degree in related areas. Master and Ph.D. programs are normally by research and are the highest qualifications one can obtain from our institution. Usually, a bachelor's degree is required to be admitted to any of our master's degree programs. However, a student who has already done some extra studies after high school and obtained a diploma may have direct entry to some of our master programs. In this case, the student will do an integrated master’s program for a period of five (5) years.
Courses for Postgraduate Diploma (PGD)
Masters in Environmental Studies
Masters in Educational Studies
Masters in Agriculture
Masters in Public Health
Masters in Business & Development
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
You must have completed at least a two years master's degree (or equivalent) of tertiary education studies in a relevant discipline at a high level of achievement and must have been approved for the award of the degree(s) for which you studied. The study must have included a significant amount of research, preferably research done in at least one year.
Ph.D. candidates are required to make a significant and original contribution to a discipline or profession by submitting one of the following, equivalent to 75,000 – 100,000 words:
A Ph.D. candidate must:
Our Partnered Ph.D. programs allow you to complete your research degree jointly at CEPRES and at one of our international partner universities.
The candidate can choose any of our program areas or a combination of two of the program for the study.
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