The MSc Political Science will allow you to apply theories, methods, techniques and concepts to a range of substantive problems, as well as developing analytical skills in key areas of political science research. You will also have the opportunity to focus your studies on either political analytics or media and democracy. Focusing on data analytics will allow you to expand your analytical abilities through game theory and will give you the opportunity to work with different types of data relevant for quantitative political research and use different types of statistical research methods to answer research questions and test theoretical hypotheses.

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BSC Petroleum Engineering- The aim of the course is to provide students with a broad overview of introduction to petroleum engineering in order that advanced courses in subsequent years can be understood within a broader petroleum engineering context. This course covers introductions to petroleum drilling, completions and production, reservoir mechanics, fundamentals of rock and fluid properties, composition and PVT properties of petroleum fluids; basic physical and chemical properties of petroleum reservoir fluids related to reservoir processes and production. It also provides an introduction to decision-making and the petroleum business environment.


  • 1 Explain the basic procedures and role of all fundamental systems used in petroleum drilling.
    2 Develop awareness of the multiple aspects of drilling operations and the challenge of analysing and synthesizing the numerous technical issues encountered during drilling.
    3 Explain basic concepts of reservoir engineering, methods of oil production and technologies for oil recovery.
    4 Define basic properties of reservoir rocks and fluids and methods for their calculation and measurement.
    5 Analyse the key issues in the design and optimisation of petroleum production systems.
    6 Demonstrate an understanding of the difference between risk and uncertainty by explaining the conceptual difference between them, describing their impact on decisions in the oil & gas industry and illustrating by examples.
    7 Describe the main elements of any decision problem, identify the factors that make decisions “hard” and explain each of the 8-steps for evaluating “hard” decisions.
    8 Apply a critical-thinking and problem-solving approach towards the principles of petroleum engineering.
    9 Apply theoretical and practice skills in data analysis used for real petroleum engineering problems through case studies.

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100 level  Fee Structure

180,000 Naira tuition fee

10,000 Naira application fee

20,000 Naira acceptance fee

20,000 Naira Examination Fee

30,000 Naira study kit (t-shirt, course guide, workbook, pen, digital material)

Total 260,000 Naira


200 level Transfer Fee structure

180,000 Naira tuition fee

10,000 Naira application fee

20,000 Naira acceptance fee

20,000 Naira Examination Fee

30,000 Naira transfer fee

30,000 Naira study kit (t-shirt, course guide, workbook, pen, digital material)

Total 290,000 Naira


Transfer final year Fee structure

180,000 Naira tuition fee

10,000 Naira application fee

20,000 Naira acceptance fee

20,000 Naira Examination Fee

30,000 Naira transfer fee

20,000 Naira Project supervision fee

60,000 Naira Certificate fee

20,000 Naira convocation fee

30,000 Naira study kit (t-shirt, course guide, workbook, pen, digital material)

Total 390,000 Naira



Vectors and Scalars

scalar is a single number value, such as 3, 5, or 10. A vector is an ordered set of

scalars.A vector is typically described as a matrix with a row or column size of 1. A vector with a column size of 1 is a row vector, and a vector with a row size of 1 is a column vector.

Linear Transformations

A linear transformation is a matrix M that operates on a vector in space V, and results in a vector in a different space W. We can define a transformation as such:
In the above equation, we say that V is the domain space of the transformation, and W is the range space of the transformation. Also, we can use a “function notation” for the
transformation, and write it as: M(x) = Mx = y
Where x is a vector in V, and y is a vector in W. To be a linear transformation, the
principle of superposition must hold for the transformation:
M(av1 + bv2) = aM(v1) + bM(v2) Where a and b are arbitary scalars…


Consider the following set of linear equations:
a = bx1 + cx2
d = ex1 + fx2
We can define the matrix A to represent the coefficients, the vector B as the results, and
the vector x as the variables:



Engineers study the mechanics of materials mainly in order to have a means of analyzing and designing various machines and load bearing structures.
I should emphasize that the engineer’s role is not limited to analysing existing structures and machines subjected to given loading conditions; it is of even greater importance to design new structures and machines, that is, to select the appropriate structural components to perform a given task. Some model examples will
help the reader to gain a deeper understanding of the problems explained here

Tension and compression

Straight elements the longitudinal dimension of which is much greater than the other two dimensions are known as rods (or booms and bars, respectively). They have many practical applications. Rods (booms and bars) can have either constant or variable cross-sections. The line connecting the crosssectional centroids along a rod is its longitudinal axis, and if the forces coincide with it there can be only uniaxial loading and zze_beudiug in the element

Statically indeterminate uniaxial problems

Definition of statically indeterminate structures In the problems considered in the preceding chapter, we could always use equilibrium equations and the method of sections to determine the internal forces produced in the various portions of a member under given loading conditions. Such problems are denoted as statically determinate.


Frequency Domain and Time Domain Response of the Horizontal Grounding”]Analysis of grounding systems is rather important issue in the design of lightning protection systems (LPS).Particularly important application is related to LPS for environmentally attractive wind turbines. In general, analysis of grounding systems can be carried out by using the transmission line (TL) model [1, 5, 6] or the full
wave model, also referred to as the antenna theory (AT) model (AM) [3, 4, 11]. The latter is considered to be the rigorous one, while the principal advantage of TL approach is simplicity [14]. Both TL and AT models can be formulated in either frequency domain (FD) or time domain (TD)

On the Use of Analytical Methods in Electromagnetic Compatibility and Magnetohydro dynamics

The paper deals with the use of analytical methods for solving various integro-differential equations in
electromagnetic compatibility, with the emphasis on the frequency and time domain solutions of the thin wire
configurations buried in a lossy ground. Solutions in the frequency domain are carried out via certain mathematical
manipulations with the current function appearing in corresponding integral equations. On the other hand, analytical solutions in the time domain are undertaken using the Laplace transform and Cauchy residue theorem. Obtained analytical results are compared to those calculated using the numerical solution of the frequency domain
Pocklington equation, where applicable. Also, an overview of analytical solutions to the Grad–Shafranov equation for tokamak plasma is given.

Analysis of Horizontal Thin-Wire Conductor Buried in Lossy Ground New Model for Sommerfeld Type Integral

A new simple approximation that can be used for modeling of one type of Sommerfeld integrals typically
occurring in the expressions that describe sources buried in the lossy ground, is proposed in the paper. The ground
is treated as a linear, isotropic and homogenous medium of known electrical parameters. Proposed approximation has a form of a weighted exponential function with an additional complex constant term. The derivation procedure of this approximation is explained in detail, and the validation is done applying it in the analysis of a bare conductor fed in the center and immersed in the lossy ground at arbitrary depth. Wide range of ground and geometry parameters of interest has been taken into consideration.



Naturally occurring hydrocarbon systems found in petroleum
reservoirs are mixtures of organic compounds that exhibit multiphase
behavior over wide ranges of pressures and temperatures. These
hydrocarbon accumulations may occur in the gaseous state, the liquid
state, the solid state, or in various combinations of gas, liquid, and solid.


To understand and predict the volumetric behavior of oil and gas
reservoirs as a function of pressure, knowledge of the physical
properties of reservoir fluids must be gained. These fluid properties are
usually determined by laboratory experiments performed on samples of
actual reservoir fluids.




Accurate laboratory studies of PVT and phase-equilibria behavior of
reservoir fluids are necessary for characterizing these fluids and
evaluating their volumetric performance at various pressure levels.
There are many laboratory analyses that can be made on a reservoir
fluid sample.