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Maritime Academy of Nigeria, MAN admission application form for the 2015/2016 academic session is now on sale.

The Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), Oron is inviting qualified and interested members of the public to her National Diploma (ND), Higher National Diploma (HND) and Post-Graduate Diploma (PGD) programmes and specialised seamen training courses for the 2015/2016 academic session.

Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN) Admission

Check: Maritime Academy School Fees Schedule

1.0 Programmes:
The following programmes are tenable during the 2015/2016 Session:

[A] National Diploma in:
a) Nautical Science (2 Years)
b) Marine Engineering (2 Years)
c) Boat/Ship Building Technology (2 Years)
d) Electrical/Electronics Engineering (2 Years)
e) Hydrography (2 Years)
f) Marine Meteorology and Oceanography (2 Years)
g) Hydrology and Coastal Resources Management (2 Years)

These are two-year (4 Semesters) courses of study leading to the award of the National Diploma in Nautical Science, Marine Engineering, Boat/Ship Building Technology, Electrical/Electronics Engineering Hydrography or Meteorology and Oceanography as applicable.
Holders of the National Diploma in NaUtical Science and Marine Engineering can take up a career ashore or as sea-going merchant navy officers on the deck or in the engine room department of a ship as applicable. Holders of the National Diploma in Boat/Ship Building Technology can work in ship/boat building and repair yards, dry-docking yards, Marine Engineering workshops and other relevant establishments. Holders of the National Diploma in Electrical/Electronics Engineering can work in any organisation requiring the services of Electrical/Electronics Technicians or Engineers. Holders of National Diploma in Hydrography can work as a marine surveyors or where hydrographic maps are produced. Holders of National Diploma in Marine Meteorology and Oceanography can work in Port Meteorology offices or in oil companies. Holders of National Diploma in Hydrology and Coastal Resources Management can work in Coastal and recreational facilities, in environmental protection agency or in oil companies:

h) Maritime Transport and Business Studies (2 Years).
Holders of the National Diploma in Maritime Transport and Business Studies can take up a career as Supervisors in the operations administrative, commercial or finance departments of maritime establishments, shipping companies, shipping agencies, ports, oil companies, shore oil support companies, manufacturing companies, and organizations dealing with import and export of goods and marine insurance. They can also work in establishments dealing with maritime laW and marine environment protection.

[B] HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA in:

    Nautical Science (2 Years)
    Marine Engineering (2 Years)
    Maritime Transport & Business Management (2 Years)
    Naval Architecture (2 Years)

[C] POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA in

    Shipping and Transport Management (1 Year)
    Maritime Transport Technology (1 Year)
    Maritime Engineering (2 years)

[E] SPECIALISED SEAMEN TRAINING COURSES

2.0 Admission Requirements
A] National Diploma [ND] in nautical science/marine engineering/ Boat & Ship Building Technology/Electrical Electronics Engineering/Hydrography/Marine Meteorology and Oceanography/Hydrologyand Coastal Resources Management.
Applicants must posses the Senior School Certificate [SSC] or its equivalent with at least FIVE CREDIt pa**** in subjects which must include Mathematics, English Language, Physics, and any two of Geography, Technical Drawing, General Science, and Chemistry, obtained at NOT MORETHAN TWO SITTINGS.

B] National Diploma [ND] In Maritime Transport & Business Studies
Applicants must possess at least FIVE CREDIT pa**** at NOT MORE THAN TWO SITTINGS of the Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) or its equivalent. The subjects must inIudeEnglish Language, Mathematics, Economics/Commerce and any two of the following: Geography, Government and Book-Keeping.

Other Requirements for admission into all National Diploma programmes include:

    Success in the competitive Entrance Examination which comes up on Saturday, January 25, 2014 at 0900 hours at the centres indicated below (See Section 4.1).
    Success in the Oral/Written Interview following the Entrance Examination.
    Passing the medical and physical fitness examinations and eye-sight test to be conducted by the Academy’s Medical Doctor.
    Applicants must be single and remain single throughout the duration of the programme at the Academy arid be between the ages of 16 and 21 years for 1A (a-b) and between 16 and 25 years for 1 (A) (c), (ci), (e), (f) (g) and (h) by the date of commencement of the session for which they are applying for admission.
    Applicants awaiting result of the SSCE or its equivalent need not apply.

Note: Candidates are not required to bring recommendation letters from referees.
Admission will be based strictly on:

    Conformity with the prescribed age limit;
    Possession of the requisite credit pa**** in the relevant subjects at Senior School Certificate level;
    Medical and physical fitness; and
    Performance in the competitive Entrance Examination and subsequent written/oral interview.

[B] HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND) PROGRAMMES
a) NAUTICALSCIENCE(2Years)
b) MARINE ENGINEERING (2 Years)
c) NAVALARCHITECTURE (2 Years)

Candidates must:

    Satisfy all the requirements for admission into the National Diploma Programme in Nautical Science, Marine Engineering, or Naval
    Architecture as applicable;
    possess a National Diploma in Nautical Science, Marine Engineering or Boat & Ship Building Technology from the Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron or from a recognised institution, with a C**ulative Grade Point Average of not less than 2.50 (Lower Credit); and
    have undergone a minimum of one year Post-ND Apprenticeship Training or acquired Cognate Work Experience in a relevant establishment or organization.

D] HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND) IN MARITIME TRANSPORT & BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Candidates must:

    satisfy all the requirements for admission into the National Diploma in Maritime Transport and Business Studies Programme;
    possess the National Diploma in Maritime Transport and Business Studies from the Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron or from a recognized institution, with a C**ulative Grade Point Average of not less than 2.50 (Lower Credit); and
    have undergone a minimum of 12 months [One year] Post-ND industrial attachment for cognate work experience in a relevant establishment or company. Copied from:

[C] POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES
Admission Requirement
1. PGD Shipping and Transport Management (one year)

    Applicants must possess a good Honours Degree (B.Sc.) or a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business or Social Science from a recognised University or Polytechnic.
    Membership of relevant Professional body will be an added advantage.
    Candidates with qualifications equivalent to (a) above may be considered for admission based on maturity and length of service in the maritime industry.

2. PGD Maritime Transport Technology (one year)

    Applicants must possess a good Honours Degree or a Higher National Diploma (HND) in the Physical Sciences or Engineering from a recognised University or Polytechnic.
    Membership of relevant Professional body will be an added advantage.
    Candidates with qualifications equivalent to (a) above may be considered for admission based on maturity and length of service in the maritime industry.

3. PGD Maritime Engineering (Two Years)

    Applicants must possess a good Honours Degree or a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Engineering from a recognised University or Polytechnic.
    It Class Marine Engineering Certificate (Foreign going).
    Candidates with qualifications equivalent to (a) above may be considered for admission based on maturity and length of service in the Maritime industry.
    Membership of relevant professional body will be an added advantage.

Important Note:
All candidates for the HND and PGD programmes must request the schools they attended to send the Transcripts of their Academic Records to the Academy under confidential cover.
Maritime Academy of Nigeria Admission Processing.

All prospective  candidates seeking admission into the Academy should proceed to the unlisted Banks and obtained their forms for just Ten thousand Naira Only (N10,000).

o Access Bank Nigeria Plc
o Diamond Bank Plc
o Ecobank Nigeria
o Entreprise Bank Plc
o Fidelity Bank Plc
o First Bank of Nigeria Plc
o First City Monument Bank
o Guaranty Trust Bank Plc
o Jaiz Bank Plc
o Keystone Bank
o Mainstreet Bank Plc
o Skye Bank Plc
o Stanbic IBTC Bank
o Sterling Bank Plc
o Union Bank Nigeria Plc
o United Bank for Africa
o Unity Bank Plc
o WEMA Bank Plc
o Zenith Bank International
Upon successful payment, a receipt will be issued to you by the teller.

Follow the “Registration Procedure” below to continue.

• Registration

o There are four parts of the form that need to be filled duly, namely:

§ Passport
§ Personal Data
§ Referee/Sponsor
§ History

o Visit the Academy’s website: macademyoron.org and click on the Application Form link OR use the direct link: macademyoron.org

o Log in with Payment Pin on your receipt (This is a 16 Character Alphanumeric pin i.e. 123456789012ABCD). The default password is “man2015” which can be changed after login.

o After successful login, upload your passport; fill in the form correctly and save the form.
NB: Do not click on the submit checkbox until you are ready to submit the form.

o After filling the form successfully, you can submit the form by scrolling to the bottom of the page, check the submit checkbox and then click save.
o Print out your receipt by clicking on “Print Receipt” under the Payments Menu

• Screening
o You will receive an invitation for screening via Email and SMS.
o The Screening date will also be made available on the website, so we recommend that you check our website: macademyoron.org frequently for updates.

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