In this article, we bring you the List of the federal universities with the most expensive school fees in Nigeria, and how much students pay per course.
The most expensive federal universities in Nigeria and how much students pay per course/session. Federal universities used to be the cheapest institution to study in Nigeria but since the last tussle between the Federal Government led by Buhari in 2022 everything changed.
Federal universities are no longer cheap institutions to study in here in Nigeria and that’s due to the fact the federal government insists it can no longer fund the universities, universities will now have to find means to fund their selves.
Since then most federal government universities have reviewed their school fees to make sure students pay higher as a means to fund itself
Without further ado below is the list of most expensive federal universities. Kindly note that more universities are reviewing their school fees; we will keep working on updating this content.
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Most expensive Federal universities in Nigeria
Federal University of health science Azare (Fuhsa)
About Federal University of health science Azare
The Federal University of Health Sciences, Azare (FUHS, Azare) is a federal university in Azare, Bauchi State, Nigeria. The university was established in February 2021 by the Federal Government of Nigeria to offer academic programs in health sciences, with a focus on providing skilled human resources for the health sector in Nigeria and beyond.
The university currently offers undergraduate degree programs in five faculties, including Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing Sciences, Allied Health Sciences, and Basic Medical Sciences. It also offers postgraduate programs in various fields of health sciences.
The university is the Most expensive run university in Nigeria at the time of writing this post.
Courses offered by FUHSA
Courses offered by the federal university of health science Azare include:
- MBBS Medicine and Surgery
- Human Nutrition & Dietetics
- BDS Dentistry
- Nursing Science
Federal University of Health Science Azare school fees
- MBBS MEDICINE & SURGERY/BDS DENTISTRY
First Semester 60% as 1st Instalment – N216,000
Second Semester 40% as 2nd Instalment – N140,400
Total School Fees Per Session – N351,000
- B.SC.NURSING/RADIOGRAPHY/NUTRITlON & DIETETICS:
First Semester 60% as 1st Instalment – N198,600
Second Semester 40% as 2nd Instalment – N132,400
Total School Fees Per Session – N331,000
NOTE: Any student who wishes to pay all the fees at once can do so.
University of Maiduguri(UNIMAID)
The University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) is a Federal higher institution located in Maiduguri, the capital city of Borno State in Northeast Nigeria. The university was created by the federal government of Nigeria in 1975, with the intention of its becoming one of the country’s principal higher-education institutions. It enrolls about 25,000 students in its combined programs, which include a college of medicine and faculties of agriculture, arts, environmental science, Allied health science, Basic medical science, dentistry, education, engineering, law, management science, pharmacy, science, social science, and veterinary medicine.
With the encouragement of the federal government, the university has recently been increasing its research efforts, particularly in the fields of agriculture, medicine, and conflict resolution, and expanding the university press. The university is the major higher institution of learning in the north-eastern part of the country
This university is one of the institutions that has reviewed its school fees,
The school fees range between 100 thousand naira to 200 thousand naira, the school fees vary by course with those in the medical courses eg MBBS paying as much as 250k.
Federal University Dutse (FUD)
The Federal University Dutse (FUD), is one of the nine universities created by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2011.
FUD offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programs (Pgde. Msc. and as well as Ph.D.)
The Federal University, Dutse (FUD) held its first convocation ceremony on January 16, 2016.
The university’s campus is located in the ancient town of Dutse, the capital of Jigawa State. FUD seeks to attract a diverse cast of lecturers and students, support research and teaching on local, national, and global issues and create academic relationships with many universities and higher education institutions in Nigeria and across the world
The university is one of the institutions that have reviewed its school fee after the ASUU/FG tussle in 2022
Federal University Dutse FUD School fees
Federal university Dutse school fee can be found HERE
|1.||Tuition Fee (Payable by Foreign Students)||100,000.00|
|2.||Certificate Verification Fee (Fresh Student Only)||3,000.00|
|5.||General Studies (GST) Fee||3,000.00|
|7.||Sessional Statement of Result Fee Payable to Department||2,000.00|
|8.||Sports and Games||2,000.00|
|9.||I.D Card Fees (Fresh Students Only)||2,500.00|
|11.||Student Union Benevolent Fund||500.00|
|12.||Field Work, SIWES & Teaching Practice Fees (Agric, Science and Medical Students Only)||4,000.00|
|13.||Laboratory Bench Fees (Science Students Only)||8,000.00|
|14.||Laboratory Bench Fees (College of Medicine Only)||13,000.00|
|15.||Students Information’s Booklet (Fresh Students Only)||2,000.00|
|16.||Medical & Insurance Fee||2,000.00|
|17.||Students Union Government (SUG) Dues||1,000.00|
|19.||Caution Deposit Fee (Fresh Students Only)||5,000.00|
|20.||Environmental Management Fee||1,000.00|
University of Abuja (Uniabuja)
The University of Abuja is a tertiary institution in the Nigerian capital, Abuja. It was established in January 1988 as a dual-mode university with the mandate to run conventional and distance learning programs. Academic work began at the university in 1990 with the matriculation of its pioneer student
The University of Abuja has shared the post below indicating the newly reviewed school fee.
Dear friends have a glimpse of what some of our new students will be paying for the 2022/ 2023 Academic Session
The University of Abuja TUITION fees
1. Arts (English/Linguistics) N96,500
2. Arts (Theatre Arts) N101,500
3. Other Arts N96,500
4. Agriculture N137,500
5. Health Sciences – 122,500
6. Education related course ( between N100,000 and N123,500
7. Engineering N116,000
8. Law 104,000
9. Management (99,000)
10. Science ( N108,500 – N118,000).
The Modibbo Adama Federal University of Technology Yola
Modibbo Adama Federal University of Technology, Yola is a public research university in Girei, a town in Adamawa State, Northeastern Nigeria. It is one of the four federal technology universities established with the sole purpose of advancing science-based research.
The university has been accredited by the National Universities Commission. The university offers associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD degrees.
The Vice-Chancellor is Abdullahi Liman Tukur.In 1984, the University was merged with the University of Maiduguri, and it became the Modibbo Adama Campus (MACUM).
Federal University of Technology, Yola. Once again, the university was demerged and given complete autonomy in 1988. The university’s name was changed to the Modibbo Adama University of Technology, (MAUTECH) Yola in 2011 with the approval of the then-current President and Commander in Chief, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR, and it became effective on October 1st of that year
Mautech School fees
This is one of the institutions that have reviewed its school Fees
The school fees cost between 70k to 200k with Medical courses eg MBBS paying 200k
See the Complete school fee for all Courses in Mautech below.
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More and more universities are reviewing their school fees and expect more hikes in school fees unless the president-elect (Bola Tinubu) decides to review the policy that led to the hike in school fees.
This is the list of the most expensive federal universities in Nigeria, not all parents can afford the fee, it’s good to know your university of Choice fee before applying. What are your thoughts?