• THE NIPR MANDATE
    THE NIPR MANDATE
    NIPR has the responsibility to register members, set parameters of knowledge to acquire to qualify to practise, regulate the practice and development of the PR Profession as well monitor professional conducts through an established Code of EthicsRead more
  • IT IS THE LAW
    IT IS THE LAW
    The Law mandates the NIPR to regulate the practice and direct the development of Public Relations as a profession in Nigeria. The law also makes it illegal to practice Public Relations, under any title, in Nigeria without the NIPR certification. Read more
  • WHAT WE STAND FOR
    WHAT WE STAND FOR
    We promote professional excellence through members upholding the Code of Ethics and a system of life-long learning as well as gaining stakeholders' commitment to professional standards working with appropriate associations to generate sustained focus on the contributions of stakeholders in different sectors
  • NIPR STUDENTS
    NIPR STUDENTS
    Students who have satisfactorily completed the NIPR professional examinations or other recognised qualifications or currently undergoing a course of study in relevant fields in a recognised/accredited tertiary institution should apply.

Established in 1963, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) the professional body of qualified Public Relations Practitioners, attained charter status in 1990 with Decree 16 (now Act of the Federal Republic of Nigeria). The Law mandates NIPR to regulate the practice and direct the development of Public Relations as a profession in Nigeria. The law also makes it illegal to practice Public Relations, under any title, in Nigeria without NIPR certification.