In this article we shall be listing the Nigeria Federal Universities that has a lower price of school fee that is affordable for everyone.
List Of Cheapest Federal Universities In Nigeria and Schools Fee
Federal University of Agriculture, AbeokutaKnown for its very fast academic calendar, Federal University of Agriculture is widely regarded as one of the best Universities in Nigeria. Apart from the fact that this institution boasts of top-notch infrastructure, its tuition fees per department is amazingly cheap. FUNAB is one the three Universities of Agriculture in the nation, standing tall as one of the best and most sort after. Some faculties in the department pay as low as N18,250 will some pay up to N33,000.
Ahmadu Bello University, ZariaThis University will not stop advancing. Its standard learning culture and excellent calibre of lectures is enough to attract anyone to the university. Having the regarded as the best University in Northern Nigeria by many, ABU has maintained her excellent status and undoubtedly remains one of the best universities in the nation. You might be surprised that the school fees of the prestigious institution also very cheap; ranging from N20,000 to N33,000, depending on the department.
University of Ibadan, IbadanWhat baffles people the most about this university is the way at which they have maintained steady excellent academic record since its establishment in 1948. It has maintained its status as the first and arguably one of the best universities in Nigeria till date. The university boasts of the institution with one of the highest numbers of professors in West Africa and remains one of the most sorts after schools according to UTME. The tuition fees ranges from N20,000 to N35,000.
University of Lagos, Akoka, LagosYou would expect a university situated at the heart of the most popular city in West Africa to be relatively expensive. Interestingly, it isn’t. In fact, UNILAG is one of the cheapest tertiary institutions in Nigeria. The University, which also maintains a top educational standard, remains among the three most sort after institution in Nigeria. Some departments pay tuition as low as N14,500 while some others pay as high as N65,000.
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-IfeThe school that combines charisma with swagger while maintaining an outstandingly amazing academic standard. The school’s pride is consistently boosted by the crop of successful alumni the institution keeps producing to add to the already plenty well-known names already in their archive. It is no cheat that the school is among the most rated in the nation. The school offers one of the cheapest tuition fees in the country. While most faculties pay between N19,500 and N30,000, some few other faculties pay as high as N65,000.
University of Benin, Benin CityThe University of Benin is one of the first generation universities in Nigeria. Since its establishment in 1970, this reputable institution has maintained a learning culture that is enviable and appreciable. They are among the few institutions that proudly boast of a great number of professors in their radar. The school’s social life is wonderful, with only University of Lagos and a few other universities boasting of a similar social-academic chemistry. The University is also one of the most affordable when it comes to school fees. Tuition ranges between N13,000 and N49,000 depending on the course.
Bayero University, KanoProbably the least popular university on this list, that doesn’t stop the fact that this Northern university remains among the best universities in Nigeria. The university is strategically located at the heart of the most populous state in the nation. The school fees ranges from N26,000 to N40,000, depending on the faculty.
University of Calabar, CalabarThis university might not be among the top 5 best universities in Nigeria, but it surely is good enough to be one of the most sort after in the region. Their educational standard is appreciable and the learning environment is serene. The school’s tuition fee ranges between N30,000 to N42,000 Is This Article Helpful?
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