You recently applied to study for the CIAPS Postgraduate Professional Programme using the CIAPS Commonwealth Scholarship to pay for tuition fees.
We have evaluated your application and I am glad to inform you that you have been deemed qualified to proceed to the next level of your application.
You were considered qualified based on your academic qualification, age and profession.
This is to invite you to come for an induction and final assessment event at CIAPS. Where we shall determine your course and final registration.
Details of Event
Date: Wednesday, 26th June, 2019
Venue: CIAPS – 21 Adekunle Fajuyi Crescent, off Adeniyi Jones Avenue (Come via Olutoye Crescent), Ikeja, Lagos.
You are to bring the following items:
- Proof of your academic qualification.
- Proof of age
- Passport Photography
- Blood Test Result
- Electronic writing item (e.g. laptop, tablet etc)
Dress Code: Formal Business Dress
Dress Tips for Men
A suit in shades of black, grey or dark blue, in either a solid colour or with pinstripes is acceptable for formal business-wear. The shirt should be a light colour or a crisp white when the suit is dark. The sleeves of the shirt and blazer should reach the wrist. Do not roll up shirtsleeves as it can be viewed as informal. Ties should be made of silk or a similar material and can include a colour and print, which provide an attractive contrast when viewed against the shirt and blazer. Stay away from loud patterns, cartoon characters and novelty prints. Choose socks to match the colour of the pants or shoes. They should reach around the height of the calf. Socks made from natural materials will aid in wicking away excess moisture. Shoes should be somewhat formal and always cleaned with a good shoe polish. When unsure, choose black leather shoes with laces since they can easily go with most styles. The style of the belt should complement the material and style of the shoes.
Dress Tips for Women
A suit with a skirt or pants, or a business dress is acceptable for women’s business wear. Skirts should normally fall to the knees but can also be just a little bit above or below. Make sure that the skirt is not too tight or that it does not feature a high slit. When wearing a skirt or pants, the top layer should be a well-tailored buttoned shirt or sweater. Do not choose a top that is too tight, low-cut or see-through. The colour and pattern of the top should be subtle and complimentary. Avoid garish colours. Choose a light perfume in small amounts or a fresh body spray. Avoid heavy, floral perfumes. Makeup should be a light and neutral daytime look. Keep nails well-trimmed and glossed with a clear or light polish. Keep the jewellery simple and reasonable. A single modest stud or small hoop on each ear is normally acceptable for women. A classic necklace or a simple ring and watch can complete the look. Take care not to wear too much jewellery.
Please note that CIAPS is an eco-friendly environment and we do not allow smoking in our centre; we are the first paperless institution in Africa. We recommend you come in with your laptop, tablets etc. as most handouts and other reading materials will be distributed electronically
For any questions or suggestion feel free to call or send Whatsapp message to 09022442197.
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