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Noun School Fees For Next Semester For Undergraduate & Post-gradute

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Nurudeen Dauda
, Nigeria.

Undergraduate Payment Schedule

New Students
S/No Purpose Amount (N)
1. Registration Fees. - 6,000.00
2. Caution Deposit - 3,500.00
3. Orientation Fees. - 1,500.00
4. Matriculation Fees. - 1,500.00
5. I.D. Card. - 500.00
6. Library Fees - 3,000.00
7. ICT Administrative Charges. - 5,000.00
8. E-Facilitation. - 4,000.00
9. Jamb Regularization. - 6,000/00
10. Result/ Verification. - 5,000.00
Total compulsory Fees - ₦36,000.00

Course and examination registration fees for all categories of students remain unchanged for now. Find at the bottom.

Returning Students
S/No Purpose Amount (N)
1. Registration Fees - 6,000.00
2. Caution Deposit

3. Orientation Fees
4. Matriculation Fees
5. I.D. Card
6. Library Fees - 3,000.00
7. ICT Administrative Charges. - 5,000.00
8. E-Facilitation - 4,000.00
9. Jamb Regularization
10. Result Verification
Total compulsory Fees - ₦18,000.00


Read more @ https://www.nouninfo.com/2019/01/school-fees-for-next-semester-for.html

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