Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the following Post-Graduate Diploma Programmes of the Centre for Children with Developmental and Communication Disorder (CCDCD):
Post-graduate Diploma in Disability Studies
Post-graduate Diploma in Communication Therapy
The programme is aimed at availing graduates the opportunities to develop a strong interdisciplinary foundation in social, legal and political concept of disability and communication disorders. It is also a vital tool in providing services in learning opportunities for agencies, service providers, Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations. The programme is aimed at maximizing the potential abilities in special education and to build up the manpower capacity in training personnel with basic academic requirements in Education in Nigeria and beyond.
Admission into the programme is open to first degree holders in any discipline. No Aptitude Test or Interview is required.
MODE OF STUDY AND PROGRAMME DURATION
The Programme is Full Time and for a duration of 12 calendar months. During the period, the students shall be exposed to practical Case History on children with disabilities and communication disorder as field work.
AWARD OF DEGREE
Successful students at the end of the programme shall be awarded a Post-Graduate Diploma in their respective area of specialization.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Application Forms can be DOWNLOADED HERE or obtained from the Centre’s Office (International Students’ Building, University Park, University of Port Harcourt) on presentation of a non-refundable application fee of N20,000 (twenty thousand naira) only, in certified bank draft payable to the Centre for Children with Developmental and Communication Disorder (CCDCD). Payment can also be made directly into the Centre’s Account Number (5210031375), Fidelity Bank Nigeria Plc, UniPort Branch or U&C Microfinance Bank, UniPort Branch with Account Number (0152831058), University of Port Harcourt, Choba, Rivers State. Completed Application Form must be returned to the Director, Centre for Children with Developmental and Communication Disorder (CCDCD) on or before Friday, 9TH DCEMBER, 2016.