How To Check If Your Institutions And Course Is Accredited For NYSC

It is very important to check if your Institution and Course is accredited for NYSC. That, in fact, should be the first thing every Prospective Corps Members should do before thinking of going for National Service.

Checking the accredited status of your Institution and course can be the easiest of all things to do as regards to going for service.

However, the NYSC management has made it possible for Prospective Corps members to easily check the accredited list online by following a simple steps which we are about to show you.

But just before we show you the step by step process to check if your Institution and Course is accredited for NYSC, let first take you through these important frequently asked questions about the accreditation of Institutions and programme.

Why is it necessary for me to check if my Institution and Course is accredited?

It is necessary to know and be sure whether your Institution is accredited or not because there is a lot of Institutions out there that are not accredited or that have lost their accreditation.

If your Institution is not accredited or if it has lost its accreditation that means graduates from such Institution are not going to be allowed to participate in the National Youth Service exercise.

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What if my Institution is accredited but the course I studied is not accredited, will I still go for NYSC?

No! There are so many accredited Universities and Polytechnic out there but some of the Courses they offer have no accreditation or their accreditation might have been withdrawn from the regulatory bodies.

Sometimes, accreditation will be withdrawn from Institutions that fail to meet the regulatory standard for a particular period of time, but in most cases those Institution would defiantly offer admissions to freshers.

In the year 2011, UNIZIK accreditation to study Medicine & Surgery was withdrawn, that year the Institution did not offer admission to new students into the Medicine department; that same year, UNN accreditation to offer admission into Medicine & Surgery department was limited to only 50 students.

If for instance, UNIZIK had offered admission in 2011 into medicine deployment, those set would not be eligible to serve since the University had no accreditation to offer new admission into Medicine department that year.

How would I check if my Institution and Course  is accredited?

Actually, that is our main topic and purpose for creating this post, to show you how you can easily check if your Institution and Course is accredited for NYSC. This is because, NYSC will not recognize any Institution or Course that are not accredited.

SEE: How to Check Name on JAMB Matriculation List

Now, we shall quickly show you how to check whether your Institution and Course is accredited or not.

How To Check If Your Institutions And Course Is Accredited For NYSC

Follow the following steps:

(1 . Go to the NYSC portal at https://portal.nysc.org.ng

(2. Scroll down, you will see “Accredited Institution/Programme”

How To Check If Your Institutions And Course Is Accredited For NYSC

(3. Click on “Accredited Institutions/Programmes” link. A form will pop-up

(4. In the first box, Click “Select” to select your Programme i.e, monotechnic, HND, Ist Degree.

How To Check If Your Institutions And Course Is Accredited For NYSC

(5. In the second box, select your Institution

(6. Click “Extract Course”.

The list of accredited courses in the chosen Institution will be displayed.

Keep scrolling down until you get your Course of study.

SEE ALSO: How To Check NYSC Senate List For All Institutions

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Updated: April 17, 2019 — 8:40 pm

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