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Federal Polytechnic, Ugep Academic Calendar 2023 Announced

Federal Polytechnic, Ugep Academic Calendar For the 2023/2024 Academic Session is Out.

The Federal Polytechnic, Ugep, located in the serene Cross River State, has released its comprehensive academic calendar for the 2023/2024 session. The schedule, meticulously curated by the Office of the Ag. Director of Academic Planning, outlines a well-structured timeline for both semesters, ensuring that students and staff are well-informed of the upcoming academic milestones.

Federal Polytechnic, Ugep Academic Calendar

1ST Semester

  • 5th December, 2023: Departmental Board Meeting
  • 6th December, 2023: School Board Meeting
  • 13th December, 2023: Academic Board Meeting
  • 15th December, 2023: Solemn Assembly and Thanksgiving
  • 18th December, 2023 – 9th January 2024: Christmas Break
  • 10th January, 2024: Commencement of Academic activities
  • 11th -12th January, 2024: Registration
  • 15th -17th January 2024: Orientation
  • 18th January, 2024: Commencement of Lectures
  • 24th January, 2024: Departmental Board Meeting
  • 25th January, 2024: School Board Meeting
  • 31st January, 2024: Academic Board Meeting
  • 15th February, 2024: Matriculation
  • 28th February – 1st March 2024: Mid Term Break
  • 4th March, 2024: Lecture Continues
  • 6th March, 2024: Departmental Board Meeting
  • 7th March, 2024: School Board Meeting
  • 13th March, 2024: Academic Board Meeting
  • 25th -29th March, 2024: Revision week
  • 1st-12th April, 2024: Examination
  • 22nd April, 2024: Submission of examination Scores
  • 25th April, 2024: Academic Board meeting (consideration and approval of results)
  • 26th April, 2024: End of 1st Semester and commencement of Semester break

2nd Semester

  • 6th May – 8th August, 2024: Return of Students
  • 7th – 8th May, 2024: Registration
  • 8th May, 2024: Departmental Board Meeting
  • 9th May, 2024: School Board Meeting
  • 9th May, 2024: Resumption of Lecturers
  • 15th May, 2024: Academic Board Meeting
  • 24th – 28th June, 2024: Students’ Week
  • 1st July, 2024: Lecture Continues
  • 3rd July, 2024: Departmental Board Meeting
  • 4th July, 2024: School Board Meeting
  • 10th July, 2024: Academic Board Meeting
  • 15th – 17th July 2024: Revision
  • 18th – 26th July, 2024: Examination
  • 2nd August, 2024: Submission of Examinations Scores
  • 7th August, 2024: Academic Board Meeting (consideration and approval of results)
  • 8th August: End of Second Semester

The Federal Polytechnic, Ugep’s academic calendar is a testament to the institution’s commitment to delivering a structured and effective educational experience. Students are encouraged to reference this calendar regularly to stay abreast of their academic responsibilities. Faculty members are also advised to align their schedules with this calendar to provide the most supportive educational environment for their students.

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By adhering to the dates and activities outlined, the Federal Polytechnic, Ugep community can look forward to a productive and successful academic year. Whether you are embarking on a new educational journey or progressing through your academic career, this calendar serves as your roadmap to achieving excellence at Federal Polytechnic, Ugep.

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