Over the years we’ve discovered that there are some things every student wants to know. If you can’t find the answer you need here or elsewhere on our website, just contact us and we’ll be happy to help. Your questions will help us to improve the information we provide on your website to help potential students like you.
- What is the meaning of ESAE UNIVERSITY
ESAE means Ecole Supérieure D’Administration, D’Economie, De Journalisme
University of Administration, Economics and Journalism
- IS ESAE ACCREDITED ? and What the Courses
ESAE University is accredited by the government of Benin and recognized by Nigerian Ministry of Education and National Youth Service Corps of Nigeria NYSC and Ghana Ministry of Education. ESAE also has International Recognition as the Certificate is honoured all over the world either to work or for your masters programs In Europe ASIA, American or Africa.
ESAE is currently affiliated to EDEN COLLEGE UK, Development and Productivity Institute for Africa Swaziland (DPIA).
- What Language are we getting lectures from?
ESAE has two language sessions ENGLISH AND FRENCH, English Students will have French has one of their course of study.
- How many years is for the BSC
Our BSC program is for 3 years with no Strike, no delay and smooth learning while Masters is for 18 months
- Does ESAE offer free courses
Yes. We offer some free courses strictly for our registered students’ either for online program or on-campus.
- Can I Study ONLINE ?
ESAE has just lunched the new ONLINE SESSION. You can have all your learning activities online while you come to the school for the exams. Both for BSC and Masters
- What courses do you offer
Please click the following link http://www.esaeuniversity.com/admissions/courses/
- HOW much is the School FEES?
Our schools fees depends on the course you are intending to run with us. 555,000CFA per year excluding students studying LAW, you can also pay per semester. ONLINE STUDENT IS 655,000/YEAR
- How can I register ?
You can register online by visiting www.esaeuniversity.com .
You can make your payment for your registration form online by visiting www.esaeuniversity.com or through a bank transfer FROM ANY ECO BANK IN WEST AFRICA into
Account Name : ECOLE SUPERIOR D’ADMINISTRATION ET D’ECONOMIE
Bank Name : ECO BANK BENIN
BRANCH: 03 BP 2581 JERICHO
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 3 2 1 1 1 9 9 1 3 2 0 1
SORT CODE: 01006
IBAN CODE – BJ0620100632111991320178
SWIFT CODE – ECOCBJBJ
You can also use the details above to make your payment for the school fees. Please ensure you do not make any payment to anyone as the school is not liable to any issues that arises from such act.
- What about accommodation ?
Hostel is available to all our students at N50,000 per student. While staying outside the hostel depends on your taste and location.
- Can I do NYSC after graduation
YES. The school will make every arrangement onbehallf of every student to make your NYSC program fast.
- I want a TRANSFER from my current School to ESAE
This is possible, you need to call our Hotline on +22961238335 for further clarifications.
From talking to online students, graduates and our online tutors, here’s what we think you need to succeed as an online student:
- Self discipline and motivation
- Good organisational skills so you can plan study timetables and get into a routine
- A place where you can concentrate and focus on your studies is essential, whether it’s a spare room at home, your office at work, a coffee shop or the train
- Confidence in using a computer and the internet
- Experience of online forums and chat rooms is also beneficial
As soon as you have enrolled and paid for your course, we will send you a username and password to access your online learning resources.
You will need to have a PC or Mac with an internet connection. At the very least you will need recent versions of one of the following browsers:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
Other software required:
- PDF reader files (eg Adobe Acrobat Reader)
- Microsoft Word (at least Word 2003)
- Microsoft Excel (at least Excel 2003)
- Microsoft PowerPoint (at least PowerPoint 2003)
Some courses require additional software which you can download from the internet. And some of our management courses requires a specialist statistical package (SPSS for Windows) which you can buy from the University when you enrol on the statistics modules.
All courses have a structured timetable, based on trimesters, with assessment deadlines at the end of each trimester. These typically run as follows:
Trimester 1: September – December
Trimester 2: February – March
Trimester 3: May – July
You will need to submit your course work (or sit exams where relevant) at the end of each trimester. You will be given details about your assignment and deadlines by your online tutor.
You’ll find detailed information on individual course pages but, as a guide, you will need to allocate approximately 200 hours per standard module (20 credits) for learning, which equates to around 17-20 hours per week. This will be a combination of tutor discussions, reading, research, online activities and critical thinking and reflection.
Depending on which course you are studying, you can start at any of our three intakes in September, February and May. So you’ll have more options than traditional ‘on-campus’ courses, but you can’t start your course at any other times. Our trimester based learning ensures that tutors are available throughout your course and that there will be other students on your modules at the same time to share and enhance your student experience.
In some respects, it can be more difficult: you will need to be self-motivated, organised and dedicated to completing your studies. However, you will have the flexibility to study at times which suit you and you won’t need to travel to campus or attend lectures at fixed times which might make it easier to fit studying for a degree with your busy work and family life.
No. Like any other certificate issued by Esae University, your award certificate will simply state the name of the course that you studied – e.g. B.Sc. (Hons) Business Administration.There is no reference to the mode of study on your certificate, it is only referred to on the transcript.
Yes, our online courses are of the same rigorous quality as our on-campus courses. Many of our courses are also accredited by professional bodies.