Choosing Green Institute
Located in the heart of the tropical rainforest in Ondo Kingdom Nigeria, the Green Institute provides an ideal environment where environmental sustainability can be essentially explicated. The Institute is close to different ancient landmarks such as Idanre hills, Ikogosi warm water springs, Osun River and Erin Ijesha Waterfalls. These and other historic sites in Nigeria such as the city of Ile-Ife are desired tourist sites that will facilitate understanding of concepts, as well as help drive home the social, ecological, and economic importance of environmental management.
Each applicant to the Green Institute is carefully considered as a whole person. We put enormous attention into the assessment of every application. Our admission process is simple, and we hope the information here will be helpful to you.
When to Apply
Applications are received all year round for online studentship. For the on-site programme, two cycles of applications are received. The 1st cycle applicants are to submit their application by February 28 for April resumption while the 2nd cycle applicants are to submit their application by June 30 for August resumption.
What We Look For
The Green Institute desires to have promising students who will contribute to the community during their period of studentship, and to society throughout their lives. The admissions committee considers various factors such as impressive personal attributes, special talents, the ability to influence change, and ability to take advantage of resources and opportunities.
- Interest in environmental sustainability and sustainable practices
- Proven record of leadership and commitment to purpose
- High interest in personal development
Our programs are very affordable. Our current undergraduate tuition is $15 per subject under each course.
There are a number of financial aid options available once you are admitted to the program. For applicants that cannot afford the tuition, they can trade in their valuable trash in exchange for credits which can be substituted for tuition. For more information, please check out our “Trash for Education” Scheme.