UNIBEN Academic Calendar for 2020/2021 Approved. The University of Benin has approved and scheduled the calendar of academic activities for 2020/2021 academic session. All students of UNIben are by this notice informed that the school calendar has been made available by the management of the institution and that students should use the opportunity to get acquainted with the series of activities as approved by the school for the school year. Interested students should see a detailed breakdown of the school academic calendar below.
This is to inform students of the University of Benin (UNIBENN) and the entire University community that the Senate at its meeting held on Monday 2nd August, 2021 approved the 2020/2021 Session Academic Calendar as follows: UNIBEN Academic Calendar
2020/2021 SESSION ACADEMIC CALENDAR
FIRST SEMESTER 2020/2021 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
02/08/2021 – 04/08/2021 – Virtual Orientation for fresh Students
06/08/2021 – Virtual Matriculation Exercise for fresh Students
08/08/2021 – Fresh Students come into Halls of Residence
09/08/2021 – Online clearance/registration for fresh students
15/08/2021 – Old Students come into halls of residence
16/08/2021 – 03/09/2021 – Registration of Courses and payment of School Charges begins and closes on Friday 3rd September, 2021 (Three weeks)
23/08/2021 – First Semester Lectures begin for all Students Waec registration
29/10/2021 – First Semester Lectures end for all Students
01/11/2021 – 05/11/2021 – Revision (5 days)
08/11/2021 – Examinations begin in Faculties of Education, Pharmacy, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences and Engineering
13/11/2021 – CED Examinations
15/11/2021 – 27/11/2021 – Other Faculty Examinations (two weeks)
29/11/2021 – 03/12/2021 – General Studies Examinations
04/12/2021 – Students go on First Semester/Christmas Break
13/12/2021 – 17/12/2021 – School/Faculties/Institute/Departments/Boards of Studies meet to consider 2020/2021 First Semester Results
SECOND SEMESTER 2020/2021 ACADEMIC CALENDAR
02/01/2022 – Students return to Halls of Residence
03/01/2022 – Second Semester Lectures begin Jamb result
04/03/2022 – Second Semester Ends
07/03/2022 – 11/03/2022 – Revision (5 days)
12/03/2022 – CED Examinations
14/03/2022 – Examinations begin in Faculties of Education, Pharmacy, Physical Sciences, Life Sciences and Engineering
21/03/2022 – 02/04/2022 – Other Faculty Examinations
04/04/2022 – 08/04/2022 – General Studies Examinations
09/04/2022 – Students go on, end of 2020/2021 Academic Session
25/04/2022 – 29/05/2022 – Schools/Faculties/Institutes/Departments/Board of Studies meet to consider 2020/2021 Sessional Results
09/05/2022 – 13/05/2022 – Business Committee of Senate meet to consider Results of Lower
- Level and Penultimate year for 2020/2021 Academic Session
16/05/2022 – 20/05/2022 – Senate meet to consider Sessional Results for final year for 2020/2021 Academic session.
Deadline on Registration and Payment of School Charges for 2020/2021 Session
06/09/2021 – 10/09/2021 – Late Registration and payment of School Charges with penalty fee of
13/09/2021 – 17/09/2021 – Final registration with penalty fee of
18/09/2021 – Registration Portal close for 2020/2021 Session
NOTE: Any student who fails to register at the close of the registration deadline will be deemed to have voluntarily withdrawn from the University.
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