ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Entry requirements for degree programmes are five GCE ‘O’ Levels/WASSCE credits including English Language & Mathematics, obtained in not more than two sittings. However, there are also school and departmental requirements for admission into the various schools and departments.

The following are recognized as credit passes:- WAEC GCE ‘O’ (Grade 1 to 6); WASSCE (Grade A1 to C6); AEB and University of London Examinations taken in or after 1973 (Grade A to C). Admission into Masters programme - A good first degree as determined by the Board of Postgraduate Studies.

NON-DISCRIMINATION

Njala University does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, sex, age, religion, ethnic or physical handicap in the admission of students.

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Njala University College (now Njala University) was established in 1964. Since then, it has served as a major centre for training middle level agricultural extension workers and teachers at secondary school level.

With the promulgation of the University Act 2005, the college, together with the Bo Teachers College, the School of Hygiene and the Paramedical School in Bo, constituted Njala University as an autonomous body, with Bonthe Technical Training College (BONTECH) as an affiliate tertiary institution. Currently, Njala University is comprised of two campuses, the Bo Campus and Njala Campus.

Njala University was mandated to:

  • Encourage the advancement of learning and development of educational, economic, social and ethical standards among the people of Sierra Leone;
  • Endeavour to improve the health and general welfare of the population;
    Provide instruction for research and dissemination of research result;
  • Grant degrees, diplomas and certificates and such other awards as the University may determine.

In addition to the two main University campuses, Njala University is host to other institutions; there is a National Agricultural Training Centre (NATC) (formally known as the Certificate Training Centre), jointly founded by the Government of Sierra Leone and the British Government; and the Njala Agricultural Research Centre (formally Institute of Agricultural Research, IAR), a wing of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security (MAFFS), founded to carryout research on root and tuber crops and maize. NATC was setup to train agricultural middle-level manpower.

You can visit the main university website at www.njala.edu.sl to learn more