List Of Universities That Increased Tuition Fee & The Amounts

Nigeria is currently in the midst of biting economic recession. This recession has had enormous impacts on the Nigerian citizens. It is no longer news that the cost of virtually every product in the market has skyrocketed. In the midst of this economic anguish, about 38 Nigerian universities have increased their tuition fees. We bring you the List Of Universities That Increased Tuition fee & The Amounts.

It is believed that one of the major reasons for this increase is the lack of or reduced funding of these universities by the state and or Federal government. As means to meet up, the schools hiked their fees. Hope students and their parents cope remains to be seen. So, before you apply for admission, Here is the List Of Universities That Increased Tuition fee & The Amounts.

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List Of Universities That Increased Tuition Fee & The Amounts.

The schools listed in here have increased their tuition fees. They include:

SchoolsTuition Fees BeforeTuition Fees Now
UNILAG N14,500N63,500
ABU N27,000N41,000
UNN N60,450N66,950
OAU N19,700N57,700
UNIZIK N20,100N65,920
BUK N26,000N40,000
UNIABUJA N39,300N42,300
UDU N32,000N43,000
NOUN N36,000N41,000
UNIBEN N12,000N49,500
UNILORIN N16,000N75,500
FUTA N13,560N83,940
FUTMINNA N20,000N37,000
FUNAAB N18,250N33,000
UNICAL N30,500N42,750
UNIUYO N71,000N84,250
FCET AKOKA N16,000N40,000
OSUN VARSITY N95,000N135,500
ANSU N76,000N139,000
LASU N96,750N158,250
IBBU N25000N52,000
IMSU N120,000N150,000
PLASU N50,000N100,000
MAPOLY N57,000N75,000
IBADAN POLY N30,000N50,000
ABIA POLY N56,550N61,000
AUCHI POLY N14,800N28,000
OSUSTECH N70,000N80,000
ESUT N104,900N124,900
KWARAPOLY N28,000N44,000
LAUTECH N65,000N72,500
TASUED N66,500N76,500
AFE BABALOLA N675,000N1,075,000
IGBINEDION N540,000N820,000
CRAWFORD N400,000N600,000
REDEEMERS N545,000N605,000
COVENANT N814,500N774,500
BENSON IDAHOSA N284,300N1,150,000.00

This report was obtained from the Vanguard Newspaper and the Daily Post.

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