Abia State University School Fees For Indigene And Non-Indegene (2024)

Abia State University School Fees For Indigene And Non-Indegene (2024)

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ABSU, like many Nigerian universities, operates a dual fee structure: one for indigenes of Abia State and another for non-indigenes.

This often sparks questions about fairness and affordability. Let’s break it down:

Indigene Fees: As an Abia indigene, you benefit from preferential rates, reflecting the state government’s support for its citizens’ educational pursuits. Expect fees ranging from N65,000 to N150,000 per semester, depending on your chosen course.

Non-Indigene Fees: Being a non-indigene doesn’t mean financial exile. While slightly higher, non-indigene fees typically fall within the N80,000 to N200,000 per semester range, still offering access to quality education.


Course-Specific Costs:

Fees naturally vary across different faculties and programs. Here’s a sneak peek:

Medicine and related fields:  Prepare for fees soaring high, reaching up to N300,000 per semester for non-indigenes, reflecting the intensive nature of these programs. Indigenes can expect some relief, with fees capped around N200,000.

Arts and Social Sciences: Breathe a sigh of relief, budget warriors! These programs tend to be the most pocket-friendly, with fees for both indigenes and non-indigenes hovering around N65,000 to N80,000 per semester.

Science and Technology:  Somewhere in the middle lies the realm of science and technology programs. Expect fees to dance between N80,000 and N150,000 per semester for non-indigenes and N70,000 to N120,000 for indigenes.

FAQs: Your Burning Questions Answered:


Do fees change throughout the program?

Fees can remain consistent throughout your program, though some courses may have minor annual adjustments. Always check the official ABSU website for the latest updates.

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Are there payment deadlines?

Yes, late payments attract penalties. Stick to the official deadlines to avoid unnecessary charges.

Can I pay fees in installments?

ABSU offers installment payment plans in some cases. Contact the university’s bursary department for inquiries.

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