Campus based programs
Study options on campus are currently available at bachelor, master and doctoral levels in a range of subject fields including business, management, accounting and information technology. Options range from full-time, residential programmes to those conducted via short residency and workplace learning.
In its relations with campuses, the Western Orthodox University functions as a federal body co-ordinated from its offices in various locations and contracting with independent colleges as its affiliated campuses, most of which are owned and operated autonomously. This federal model of the university was pioneered by the University of London, UK, in the nineteenth-century and has since been adopted by other institutions. Affiliated teaching colleges whose awards are validated by the University are designated International Partners.
To establish which programmes are currently available at each campus, you should contact that campus directly. The campus will also provide you with details of the current tuition/fee costs, which are different from those that apply to the University’s distance learning programme.
Campus programmes are recruited for by the partner institutions that run them, not centrally by the University. Accordingly, application for admission should be made direct to the institution concerned.
The University’s diversification makes possible an unusual degree of individual customization in the way our programs are offered. We work closely with our partner campuses to ensure that what is offered is academically rigorous but also meets the needs of professionals and employers within that geographical area. Partners themselves have input into the kind of programme they want to deliver, subject to University approval, without having a standardized curriculum imposed upon them. In this way, for example, the balance between thesis, project work, taught course assessment and formal examination is established so as best to benefit the students concerned and to enable them to demonstrate their abilities to best advantage. Wherever possible, these balances are capable of variation and individual student choice at the discretion of the partner institution. The curriculums and standards of partner institutions are subject to inspection by University officers.
Campus-based institutions that affiliate with the Western Orthodox University for the purposes of educational delivery are known as Western Orthodox University International Partners. In most cases, the programmes offered by International Partners lead to a dual award, consisting of a non-degree certificate or diploma awarded by the Partner and an academically equivalent reciprocal degree for that programme awarded by the University.
All International Partners are themselves accredited or approved by governmental authority to deliver their educational programmes under the laws of the countries where they operate. It is a condition of retaining International Partner status that compliance with all laws and regulations regarding the delivery of educational programmes in their respective jurisdictions is maintained to the fullest extent.
International Partners will normally accept the full transfer of credits earned in the course of study towards Western Orthodox University degrees at other International Partners. This allows students to transfer between institutions, and potentially even between different countries, thus creating an internationally-based programme.
The University seeks actively to expand its network of International Partners. If you represent an organization that would be interested to discuss partnership possibilities for University-validated programs, please contact the University with your proposals.
List of currently authorized Partners
Currently authorized Partners are listed below. In addition, the University maintains contact with a number of additional campus centers that may run programs when there is sufficient demand. To check if any Partner that is not listed below is affiliated to the University, please contact the University.
Kay-Joo Computer and Tutors Educational Center, Nigeria
Campus in Lagos
Kay-Joo Computer and Tutors Educational Center came into existence in 1999 and is established principally to offer services in teaching and research in professional areas including information technology, marketing, public relations and accounting. Recently it became established as a limited liability organization for international university programmes. Since 2016 it has been the headquarters for the University’s all-Africa co-ordination under Professor Joseph Kunle.
Accord Schools, Nigeria
Campus in Edo/Delta States
Best Comprehensive College, Ltd., Lagos, Nigeria
College of Vocational Science and Technology of Nigeria
Campus in Kano State
Community Bible College and Seminary, Ghana
Campus in Kaneshie, Accra
Emergency Crisis Management Centre, Nigeria
Campus in Surulere, Lagos
Fountain Professional Education Tutors, Ogun State, Nigeria
Campus in Ita-Oshin, Abeokuta
Institute of Data Processing Management of Nigeria
Campuses in multiple states
The Institute of Data Processing Management of Nigeria was established under the Federal Government Decree No. 1 of 1990, and functions as a professional and examining body in the area of Data Processing Management. It is under the patronage of H.M. the Ooni of Ife.
Institute of Petroleum and Energy Marketers, Nigeria
Head Office in Lagos
The Institute of Petroleum and Energy Marketers (IPEM) was established under the Federal Government Decree No. 1 of 1990, as a Professional and Examining body to regulate the training and practice of Petroleum and Energy Marketing in Nigeria.
International Christian University, Lagos, Nigeria
Campuses in Lagos, Imo State, Onitsha, Ore, Kaduna, Calabar and North Carolina, USA
The University is registered with the Federal Government of Nigeria and is an Evangelical and Pentecostal interdenominational institution of education. Degree programmes are offered to the doctoral level in religious areas and the University has collaborated with the ICU in introducing programmes in management. Full reciprocal recognition is extended between degrees issued by ICU and the University.
The New Life Education Center, Ghana
Campus in Kasoa Central Region
Off-Shore Educators and Management Consultants, Nigeria
Campus in Oyo State
Restcan Consult Nigeria
Campus in Abuja
Spanish Nigeria for Commercial and Industrial Development Association, Nigeria
Campus in Port Harcourt
The Strategic Business School
Campuses in Lagos, Kano, Abuja, Asaba and Port Harcourt
The vision of the Strategic Business School is to be Africa’s most innovative authority and best reference in Strategic Management and a world class distinctive business school, with strong global reputation and respect. Its primary mission is to innovate, deliver and implant the theory and practice of strategic management across Africa, build and reposition organizations and executives in Africa for global competitiveness and championship, using an integrated spectrum of innovative researches, learning, consulting, publishing and synergic networking.
West-Hill College (Bedopps International Service), Nigeria
Campus in Lagos State
Global Leadership Training & Development Centre
IT & B Educational Campus, Indonesia
Campus in Medan
Information Technology & Business Campus (IT&B) in Medan, Indonesia, is a major centre for internationally-based business-focussed professional education in Indonesia. With a modern, fully-equipped campus, IT&B is one of the five biggest international institutions in Northern Sumatra, serving over 1,000 enrolled students. It is accredited by the National Accreditation Board in Indonesia. A formal agreement of partnership was signed between the Foundation under the leadership of European-American University graduate Professor Agus Susanto Tan (Founder/Managing Director) and the University, in London, England, on 23 April 2011.
The Mara Educational Foundation, Malaysia
The Mara Educational Foundation (Yayasan Pelajaran Mara) is a humanitarian educational initiative. Originally established under government sponsorship, it co-operates with government agencies in Malaysia to provide scholarships and assist economically disadvantaged populations to pursue professional education goals. MARA manages its own network of colleges. A formal agreement of partnership was signed between the Foundation under the leadership of European-American University graduate Dato’ Haji Dr Rosli Mat Hassan PJN (Chairman) and the University, in London, England, on 19 April 2011.