Igbinedion University School Fees in 2018

Igbinedion University School Fees: One of the most popular private universities in Nigeria, Igbinedion University has released their fees schedule for 2018. These fees vary according to levels of study and course of study; of course, entry-level students fees will vary greatly from that of continuing students. For those eager to know Igbinedion University School fees in 2018, check out the detailed information below.Igbinedion University School Fees

Igbinedion University School Fees by Courses and Levels of Study

  • Medical Department

Tuition costs:

100 level – N610,000

200 Level and above – N2,450,000

Accommodation Fees:

100 Level – N175,000

200 Level and above – N250,000

Other costs:

100 Level – N110,000

200 Level and above – N300,000

In total, a 100 Level student will pay N895,000. While those in 200 Level and above will pay N3,000,000.

 

  • Law or Engineering Departments

Tuition Costs:

100 Level – N610,000

200 Level and above – N610,000

Accommodation Costs:

100 Level – N175,000

200 Level and above – N100,000

Other costs:

100 Level – N110,000

200 Level and above – N110,000

In total, a 100 Level student will pay N895,000. While those in 200 Level and above will pay N820,000

 

  • Accounting Department

Tuition costs:

100 Level – N550,000

200 Level and above – N550,000

Accommodation costs:

100 Level – N175,000

200 Level and above – N100,000

Other costs:

100 Level – N110,000

200 Level and above – N110,000

In total, a 100 Level student will pay N835,000. If you are a 200 or higher Level student, you will pay N760,000.

 

  • Computer Science and Nursing Departments

Tuition costs:

100 Level – N550,000

200 Level and above – N550,000

Accommodation costs:

100 Level – N175,000

200 Level and above – N100,000

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Other costs:

100 Level – N110,000

200 Level and above – N300,000

In total, a 100 Level student will pay N835,000 and if you are a 200 or higher Level student, you will pay N760,000.

 

  • Other Departments (Chemistry, Biochemistry, Anatomy, Microbiology, Laboratory Science, Psychology, International Relations, Politics, Sociology, Mass Communication, Economics, Banking and Finance, Business Administration, Regional Planning, English, Theatre Arts)

Tuition costs:

100 Level – N430,000

200 Level and above – N430,000

Accommodation costs:

100 Level – N175,000

200 Level and above – N100,000

Other costs:

100 Level – N110,000

200 Level and above – N110,000

In total, a 100 Level student will pay N715,000. If you are in 200 Level or higher, the cost will be N640,000

Additional Fees

Apart from the fees outlined above, there are additional fees applicable to every student except those in Medicine 200 Level and above. These fees are as follows:

  • Registration fee – N10,000 (demanded from all students)
  • Science Bench Fee – N15,000 (demanded from all students who study sciences – both natural and applied).
  • Clinical fee – N100,000 (demanded from 400+ Level of medical students only)
  • PCF fee (PCF is a shortening for the Parents Consultative Forum) which is N20,000 – demanded from all students
  • Development fee – N10,000 (demanded from all students)
  • Municipal fee which is N30,000 to N40,000 – demanded from 100 and 200+ Level students respectively
  • Alumni fee which is N10,000 – demanded from the students who are close to graduation
  • Convocation fee which is N10,00 – demanded from the students who are close to graduation
  • Matriculation fee which is N10,000 – demanded from the students who are matriculating
  • Verification of WAEC and NECO which is N5,000 – demanded from all freshers
  • Verification of JAMB which is N10,000 – demanded as applicable
  • Late registration fee which is N50,000 – demanded from all those students who were not in time to get registered within a certain determined time lapse
  • Book deposit fee which is N15,000 – demanded from all students
  • Pharmacological lab support which is N10,000 – demanded from 200+ Level students in pharmacological department
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If you have questions regarding the Igbinedion school fees structure 2018/2019 or the way they should be paid, you need to consult the official representatives of the university, either a Registrar or Bursary.

How To Pay Igbinedion School Fees

There are two possible ways to make the payments as suggested by the Igbinedion University itself.

  • You can pay through the bank with the help of the unique number which you possess

This way of payment is very simple. You need to go to a bank and give the unique number to the local bank teller. If you are a fresher, the unique number for you means the Admission Number. You can find it in the official Admission Letter received from the University. If you are a returning student, the unique number is the one that you received at matriculation.

  • You can pay through the bank account with the help of online payment options

You can do this from the comfort of your home and it will be very simple. Again, if you are a fresher, the unique number is your admission number, and if you are a returning student, the unique number is your matriculation number. You can make payments at the official website by signing in and following the website’s further instructions. Also, you are allowed to pay in installments.