Nigeria Flag This page is designed to provide you with relevant information as a student coming from Nigeria. You should also look at the general information for international students and information from the main web pages about the University College. 

Partnership with Nigeria
Training courses in Educational Leadership for Headteachers and school Administrators were provided in UCP Marjon: 1998-1999

Undergraduate (Bachelor’s Degree)
The University of St Mark & St John offers Bachelor’s degree programmes. Further details of the Bachelor’s degree programmes available can be found in the Courses section of the website.

  • Academic requirements
    Students who are taking the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE) or the West African Senior School Certificate (WASSC) will be expected to complete a recognised foundation programme to be eligible for admission onto an Undergraduate degree programme.
  • Students who are taking A-levels are eligible for direct entry onto Undergraduate programmes dependent on meeting the point requirement specified for each course. Details of these points can be found on the Courses section of our website.
  • Students who are taking the International Baccalaureate (IB) programme at Diploma level will be eligible for direct entry if they have achieved 24 points.

Final Year Top-up (BA degree)
We offer the option of doing a Final Year Top-Up degree for some of our BA (Hons) Programmes. Top-up programmes allow entry to the final year of a BA degree programme.

  • Academic requirements
    To be eligible for this top up programme a student will need to have completed a Higher diploma in Nigeria with G.P.A. of minimum 2.0.  Please contact the International Office to check your eligibility for this programme.

Postgraduate (Master’s Degree)
The University of St Mark & St John offers Master’s degree programmes. Further details of the Master’s degree programmes available can be found in the Courses section of the website.

  • Academic requirements
    Students with a 4 year Bachelor’s Degree from a recognised university with a good overall percentage will be considered for entry onto a Masters degree.
  • For certain courses work experience will also be required. Please see the Courses section for specific course entry details.

English language requirements

Tuition Fees for International Students 

Contact details for the University’s Nigeria Representative Offices are as follows:

British Canadian International Education (BCIE)

Lagos - Victoria Island Branch
Olalade Lawal
146 Imam Abibu Adetoro Street
(By Sinari Daranijo)
Victoria Island Annexe,
Tel: 01-4624088

Lagos - Ikeja Branch
Modupe Owoeye
Valley View Plaza
99,Opebi Road,
Ikeja, Lagos
Tel: 01-8966508

Kano Branch:
Mr Abubakar Iliyasu
2nd FloorChalet 'E' Tahir Guest Palace (Annex) Lamido Road, Off Suleiman Crescent,(Behind Niima Hotel) Nasarawa G.R.A, Kano
Tel: 08-135403294

Abuja Office:
24B Djibouti Crescent
off Freetown Street
behind Rockview Hotel
the 5th House after Zartech
Wuse 2
Tel:  09-872 5983

Port Harcourt Branch:
Mr Chris Ughulu
Jumbo House, 2nd Floor
80 Aba Road, Opposite Government Crafts Development Centre Port Harcourt, Rivers State
Tel: 084-812727