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State Universities In Nigeria And Their School Fees

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State Universities in Nigeria And Their School Fees; If you’re looking to study in any State Universities in Nigeria, below is a comprehensive list of the accredited State Universities in Nigeria and their School fees you should consider.

State Universities In Nigeria And Their School Fees
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List of State Universities In Nigeria And Their School Fees

Rivers State University Of Science And Technology

Fresh indigenes:  ₦90, 000/₦80, 000/₦70, 000

Non-indigenes: ₦120, 000/₦130, 000/₦150, 000

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture

Fresh students: ₦111, 000 including acceptance fee

University Of Ado Ekiti

Fresh students: highest fees ₦375, 000/ ₦90, 500

Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki

Fresh indigenes: ₦88, 000

Non-indigenes: ₦128, 000

Yobe State University

School fees: ₦38, 000

Kwara State University, Malete

Fresh Indigenes: ₦99, 500

Non indigene: ₦200, 000

Lagos State University

Fresh students: ₦25, 000

Special programme (Stream 2) students: ₦150, 000

Nasarawa State University, Keffi

Fresh indigenes: ₦58, 000

Non indigenes: ₦95, 000

Tai Solarin University Of Education

Fresh students: ₦76, 000

Delta State University, Abraka

Fresh students: ₦63, 600

Taraba State University

Fresh indigenes: ₦25, 000

Non indigenes: ₦35, 000

Osun State University

Fresh students: ₦155, 000/ ₦195, 000

Anambra State University

Fresh students: highest fees ₦402, 300/ lowest fees ₦127, 950

Bauchi State University

Fresh indigenous students: ₦20, 000/ ₦26, 000(Arts/Science)

Non indigenous students: ₦40, 000/ ₦52, 0000 (Arts/Science)

Kaduna State University  School fee

Fresh indigenes: ₦27, 000

Non indigenes: ₦46, 000

Adamawa State University, Mubi

Fresh indigenous students: ₦69, 000 (all charges/dues inclusive)

Non indigenous students: ₦89, 000 (all charges/dues inclusive)

Ondo State University of Science and Technology

Fresh indigenous students: ₦200, 000 (all charges/dues inclusive)

Non indigenous students: ₦250, 000 (all charges/dues inclusive)

Ambrose Alli University

Fresh students: ₦130, 000

Imo State University

Fresh Non indigenous students: ₦194, 000 (highest fees) – ₦155, 000 (lowest fees depending on course)

Kogi State University

Fresh indigenous students: ₦58, 000

Non indigenous students: ₦100. 500

Kano State University Of Technology

Fresh indigenous students: ₦25, 000

Non indigenous students: ₦55. 500

Benue State University, Makurdi

Fresh indigenous students: ₦68, 800/₦75, 500/₦71, 400 (Arts/Law/Science)

Non indigenous students: ₦95, 600/₦109, 700/₦109, 700 (Arts/Law/Science)

Kebbi State University Of Science And Technology

Fresh indigenous students: ₦35, 000 (highest)- ₦27, 000 (lowest)

Non indigenous: ₦85, 000 (highest)- ₦62, 000 (lowest)

Sokoto/Zamfara students: ₦59, 000 (highest)- ₦36, 000 (lowest)

Sokoto State University

Fresh indigenous students: ₦40, 000

Non indigenous students: ₦60, 000

Sule Lamido University

Fresh indigenous students: ₦ 8, 750/₦7, 500 (Arts/Science)

Non indigenous students: ₦70, 000/₦60, 000 (Arts/Science)

Ladoke Akintola University of Technology

Fresh indigenous students: ₦170, 000

Non indigenous students: ₦140, 000

Ignatus Ajuru University Of Education

Fresh students: ₦69, 000 (for Science and Technology)/ ₦64, 000 (for non-Science)

Niger Delta University, Yenagoa

Fresh indigenes: ₦150, 000/₦130, 000/₦120, 000/₦110, 000

Non-indigenes: ₦200, 000/₦180, 000/₦170, 000/₦160, 0000

Abia state university, abia

Fresh students: ₦56, 000 (excluding all extra charges)

Akwa Ibom State University , Uyo

Fresh indigenes: ₦57, 000

Non-indigenes: ₦77, 000

Cross River University of Technology

Fresh indigenes: ₦105, 000

Non-indigenes: ₦128, 000

Olabisi Onabanjo University

Freshers: ₦74, 728, ₦77,000, ₦79, 828-₦117,000,

₦176, 396/₦200, 000 (these variations depend on courses)

Yusuf Maitama Sule University, Kano

Fresh indigenous students (Science): ₦35, 000

Fresh indigenous students (non-Science): ₦31, 000

Non-indigenous students (Science): ₦120, 000

Non-indigenous students (non-Science): ₦116, 000

IBB University , Lapai

Fresh indigenous students: ₦52, 000

Non-indigenous students: ₦93, 000

Technical University Ibadan

Fresh students: ₦998, 500 (inclusive of all other charges)

Adekunle Ajasin University

Fresh students: ₦161, 500 (Medicine)

Sciences: ₦124, 000/₦113, 500

Social Sciences & Arts: ₦111, 500/₦97, 750

Plateau State University

Fresh indigenes: ₦36, 000

Non-indigenes: ₦40, 000

Umaru Musa Yar’adua University

Fresh students: ₦64, 500

Non indigenes: ₦74, 500

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