Current school fees of all state universities in Nigeria | 2021/2022

Planning to attend any of the state universities in Nigeria? I’m sure finance might be one of your considerations.

Going to a university in Nigeria is a great way to increase your earning potential these days.

And just as each of the 36 states of Nigeria have a university, so are their regulations different.

There are basically three category of universities in Nigeria. Federal universities, state universities, and private universities.

This post contains the current school fees of all state universities in Nigeria.

By the way, I recently wrote a blog showing you the school fees of all federal universities in Nigeria. You should check it out if you intend studying at a federal university.

And if studying at a private university is an option for you, then check out the school fees of all private universities in Nigeria.

Are you still on this page? It means you need information on the school fees of state universities.

One thing is certain. You’ll be informed, and walk away with full knowledge of the school fees of your first choice university.

Moreover, knowledge of the school fees of other state universities will also come as a bonus to you.

Current school fees of all state universities in Nigeria

Find the current school fees of all state universities in Nigeria below.

Bear in mind that these school fees apply to the 2020//2021 academic session, and are accurate at the time of this post.

1. Bayelsa Medical University, Yenagoa (BMU)

  • Indigene (Bayelsans) > ₦367,000.
  • Non-indigene (non-Bayelsans) > ₦487,000.

BMU school fees can be paid in three instalments.

2. Cross River University of Technology, Calabar (CRUTECH)

How much is CRUTECH school fees?

  • Indigene (Cross-riverians) > ₦74,690.
  • Non-indigene (non-Cross Riverians) > ₦84,690.

3. Rivers State University, Portharcourt (RSU)

How much is RSU school fees?

A. New students (indigene):

  • All medical courses > ₦90,000.
  • Engineering courses > ₦80,000.
  • Law > ₦80,000.
  • All other courses > ₦70,000.

B. New students (non-indigene):

  • All medical courses > ₦150,000.
  • Engineering courses > ₦130,000.
  • Law > ₦130,000.
  • All other courses > ₦120,000.

C. Returning students (indigene):

  • All medical courses > ₦80,000.
  • Engineering courses > ₦60,000.
  • Law > ₦60,000.
  • All other courses > ₦55,000.

D. Returning students (non-indigene):

  • All medical courses > ₦130,000.
  • Engineering courses > ₦110,000.
  • Law > ₦110,000.
  • All other courses > ₦90,000.

4. Niger Delta University (NDU), Amassoma

How much is NDU school fees?

Bear in mind that NDU school fees for new students include levies (₦30,000) which is compulsory. The levy has been automatically added which make up the fees below.

A. New students (indigene):

  • All medical courses > ₦150,000.
  • Engineering courses > ₦120,000.
  • Law > ₦130,000.
  • All other courses > ₦110,000.

B. New students (non-indigene):

  • All medical courses > ₦200,000.
  • Engineering courses > ₦170,000.
  • Law > ₦180,000.
  • All other courses > ₦160,000.

C. Returning students (non-indigene):

Pay the same school fees they paid before, without the levies of ₦30,000. Simply put, returning students are not required to pay bench levies.

5. Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma (AAU)

How much is AAU school fees?

A. New students:

  • ₦97,750 – ₦161,500 (depending on course).

B. Returning students:

  • ₦34,500 – ₦47,000 (depending on course).

6. University of Medical Sciences, Ondo (UNIMED)

How much is UNIMED school fees?

A. New students (indigene):

  • UTME students > ₦250,000.
  • Direct Entry > ₦310,000.

B. Returning students (indigene):

  • 200 level > ₦285,000.
  • 300 level > ₦305,000.
  • 400 level > ₦350,000.
  • 500 level > ₦360,000.
  • 600 level > ₦380,000.

C. New students (non-indigene):

  • UTME students > ₦300,000.
  • Direct Entry > ₦360,000.

D. Returning students (non-indigene):

  • 200 level > ₦335,000.
  • 300 level > ₦355,000.
  • 400 level > ₦400,000.
  • 500 level > ₦410,000.
  • 600 level > ₦430,000.

7. Chukwuemeka Odumegu University, Uli-Anambra State (COOU)

How much is COOU school fees?

A. New students:

  • Medicine> ₦401,800.
  • Pharmacy > ₦201,800.
  • Law > ₦187,500.
  • Science courses > ₦137,500.
  • Other courses > ₦127,500.

B. Returning students:

  • 200 level; same school fees.
  • 300 level and above; school fees is lower.

8. Sule Lamido University, Kafin-Hausa (SLU), Jigawa State

How much is Sule Lamido University school fees?

A. New students (indigene):

  • Science courses:
    • Male > ₦8,750.
    • Female > Free.
    • Physically challenged > Free.
  • Art courses:
    • Male > ₦7,500.
    • Female > Free.
    • Physically challenged > Free.
  • Direct Entry > ₦310,000.

Please note that 75% of the fees for indigene is paid by the Jigawa State scholarship board.

Therefore, it is the responsibility of the student to apply for the scholarship. Failure to do so will mean paying the full school fees of ₦70,000.

B. New students (non-indigene):

  • Science courses:
    • ₦70,000.
  • Art courses:
    • ₦60,000.

C. Returning students:

Same fees you paid before.

9. Sokoto State University, Birnin Kebbi Road

How much is Sokoto State University school fees?

New students (indigene):

  • School fees > Free.
  • Other registration fees > ₦45,200.
  • Service fee > ₦5,800.

Returning students (indigene):

  • School fees > Free.
  • Other registration fees > ₦41,200.
  • Service fee > ₦2,800.

New students (non-indigene):

  • School fees > ₦60,000.
  • Other registration fees > ₦45,200.
  • Service fee > ₦5,800.

Returning students (non-indigene):

  • ₦60,000.
  • Other registration fees > ₦41,200..
  • Service fee > ₦2,800.

10. Admiralty University of Nigeria, Ibusa, Delta State (ADUN)

How much is Admiralty University of Nigeria school fees?

  • School fees > ₦660,000.
  • Accommodation > ₦180,000 or ₦100,000 (depending on the accommodation you choose).
  • Meals per day > ₦540,000 or ₦440,000 (depending on how many times a day you choose).
  • Total > ₦1,380,000 or ₦1,200,000.

11. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA)

How much is AAUA school fees?

  • Law > ₦150,000.
  • Science, Management, and Social Science courses >₦120,000.
  • Agriculture, and Education courses > ₦100,000.
  • Art courses > ₦80,000.

12. Osun State University, Osogbo (UNIOSUN)

How much is Osun State University school fees?

New students (plus acceptance fee and registration):

Osun State university require new students to pay the fees together.

  • Science, Physiology, Anatomy > ₦287,000.
  • Law, Nursing, Public Health > ₦327,000.
  • Engineering courses > ₦292,000.
  • Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Industrial Relations, Political Science > ₦277,000.
  • Other courses > ₦252,000.

Returning students:

  • Science, Physiology, Anatomy > ₦197,500.
  • Law, Nursing, Public Health > ₦237,500.
  • Engineering courses > ₦197,500.
  • Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Industrial Relations, Political Science > ₦197,500.
  • Other courses > ₦162,500.

13. Lagos State University, Ojo (LASU)

₦58,000 (you won’t be given entrepreneurship certificate at the end of degree)

₦150,000 (plus entrepreneurship certificate at end of your degree)

14. Delta State University of Science and Technology Ozoro

How much is Ozoro school fees?

Indigene > ₦55,600

Non-indigene > ₦65,600

15. Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU), Ikot-Akpaden

Indigene > ₦53,000

Non-indigene > ₦73,000

This post is regularly updated. As I make effort to get the current school fees of other state universities in Nigeria.

As you would observe, the school fees of most state universities in Nigeria is on a high side. I hope this post helped you make informed decisions on your choice of school.

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