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Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) School Fees For New Students (Indigenes/Non-Indigenes)

Concerning Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) school fees for indigenes and non-indigenes for 2017/2018 academic session, it has become a norm for the school fees of indigenes to be lower than that of the non-indigenes.

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This is not just applicable in AKSU but practically to all state schools.

Compared to other state universities in Nigeria, Akwa Ibom State University school fees ranks among the cheapest, therefore students that put AKSU as their first choice of university should be rest assured of a reasonable school fees payment.

See below for Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) school fees for both indigenes and non-indigenes for 2017/18 academic session and payment procedures for fresh students.

Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) School Fees For Freshers 2017/18 (Indigenes & Non-Indigenes)

Indigenes N53,000.00 per session
Non-indigenes N73,000.00 per session

Note:

  1. All first year students are expected to take the compulsory 5 (five) GSS (General Studies Courses). Therefore, they are to pay an extra N2, 500.00 (two thousand five hundred Naira) only, for the 5 (five) GSS courses @ N500.00 per GSS course.
  2. Other returning students who have GSS course(s) to register would pay according to the number of the GSS courses registered at (N500.00) only per GSS course.
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Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) School Fees Payment Procedure for Fresh Students

(a) PAY@BANK OPTION
(1) Visit http://www.aksu.edu.ng from any internet access point (E.g. Cybercafés).
(2) Click on Student menu and select MAKE PAYMENT option. You will be redirected to http://portals.aksu.edu.ng

(3) Click on the link “REGISTER NOW” and select ADMISSION
(4) Enter your Jamb registration number and click the VERIFY button.
(5) Select the SCHOOL FEE button and click CONTINUE button.
(6) Select FULL PAYMENT
(7) Click on print button to print the Pre-Payment Analysis Slip.
(8) Click on MAKE PAYMENT button to make payment using the eTransact online payment platform.

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(Note that the amount to be paid includes School fee, Course Registration fee for General Studies – GSS, as well as Bank Transaction charge)
(9) Select Pay AT BANK mode from the payment mode option menu.
(10) The list of banks supported on the platform appears, click the CONTINUE button to proceed.
11) An ACKNOWLEDGMENT SLIP containing your transactions details appears.
12) Click on PRINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SLIP button to print the slip.
13) With the Acknowledgment slip visit any branch of the banks listed on the platform.
14) At the bank, the bank teller uses the Acknowledgment slip to accept the payment in Cash and provides the student with an eTransact e-payment receipt.
15) Visit the Bursary Department to change your e-receipt to the University official receipt.

Below are the various banks that accepts payments for Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) School Fees.
1. Union Bank
2. Sterling Bank
3. United Bank for Africa (UBA)
4. First City Monument Bank (FCMB)
5. Diamond Bank
6. Unity Bank
7. Enterprise Bank
8. GTB Bank
9. Access Bank
10. EcoBank, etc

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Hope this piece of information was helpful, do you have any question as regards AKSU School fees? scroll down to the comment section and get instant feedback, you could also share this information via Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms available to you.

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  1. Please what are the entry qualifications for international students?

    1. Entry qualification in what aspect? as JAMB? or Subject combination? kindly explain what you mean?

  2. wat is the normal school fee 4 aksu

    1. What do you mean by normal school fees

  3. Ifegwu-mbonu Delight

    What is the faith of candidates who choose aksu as 2nd choice for 2017/2018

    1. AKSU admits candidates who chose them as 2nd choice

  4. When will supplementory form be out and the amount?

  5. Has aksu started paying their school fees and when is there deadline for 2017/2018 school fees payment

  6. When is aksu deadline for school fees payment

    1. Deadline is yet to be fixed

  7. Is there any scholarship for fresh student 2017/18

  8. Please how much is aksu school fees 2017/2018 session for fresh students

    1. AkSU school fees has been clearly stated in the information provided. Go through it

  9. Pls is acceptance fees ongoing and when is the deadline?

    1. Yes. 2 weeks after seeing your name on the admission list

  10. Hw much is it for everything both the school fee, gss fee and course registration fee payment?

  11. when will the start admitting second choice candidate

  12. when will registration of course open for new students online

  13. I want to choose Aksu as my first choice in next year DIRECT ENTRY ADMISSION, so what is my fate of being admitted ?

    1. You have a good chance of gaining admission into AKSU

  14. Do Aksu accepts Diploma in Theology for Religious and Cultural Studies For Direct Entry ?

  15. pls after payin as a fresher hw much is de next semester fee.
    Pls do de accept gce and neco combination

    1. Yes both combinations are accepted

  16. can a fresh student come for direct entry

    1. How do you mean?

  17. Pls i only had d7 in my olevel on maths, and i want to study mass communication, am i enttiltled to admission

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