Capital City University, Kano school fees for fresh students 2021/2022 academic session has been released by the management of the institution.
This information is for fresh students who have chosen Capital City University, Akwa Ibom state as their preferred choice of Institution during the UTME registration or just want to inquire about Capital City University school fees and returning students (200 level and above).
The table below is a detailed schedule of Capital City University school fees for all courses offered at Capital City University, and please note that this fee is strictly undergraduate (Degree and Direct Entry) students.
The fees payable at Capital City University as seen in the table below includes FUO acceptance fee, school fee for new and returning students, and other fees payable by new students as mandated by the management of the university.
All newly admitted students are to take note:
Capital City University acceptance fee is to be paid first upon admission into the University, this is a process applicable in all universities in Nigeria, be it private universities, Federal or state universities. It serves as a proof of acceptance of the provisional admission from JAMB.
Late payment of Capital City University school fees or acceptance fee by both fresh and returning students would attract extra charges and failure to pay the fees on time could lead to the student’s inability to seat for their semester examination or forfeiture of admission as approved by the management of the institution.
Capital City University like some private universities in Nigeria, do not offer the option of paying school fees in installments, fees are to be paid in one lump-sum except as directed by the management and this is usually based on special occasions.
The school fees breakdown for CAPITAL CITY UNIVERSITY new and returning students 2021/2022 academic session is well outlined below.
Upon digesting the contents of this post, readers ought to be clear about the following;
- Capital City University school fees for new students 2021/2022 academic session.
- Capital City University acceptance fees for fresh students (all freshers pay equal amount irrespective of the course).
- Capital City University hostel accommodation fee for new students.
- other fees and charges payable at every new and returning students of Capital City University as seen in the table below.
CAPITAL CITY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FEES SCHEDULE FOR NEW STUDENTS 2021/2022 ACADEMIC SESSION
All newly admitted students of Capital City University are advised to pay their tuition fees for 2021/2022 academic session early to the designated banks as approved by the school management.
Medical laboratory Science
Fresh Student: N500, 000
200 – 400 level: N550, 000
Final Year: N600, 000
Natural & Applied Sciences
100 Level: 450,000
200 Level: 450,000
300 Level: 500,000
400 Level: 500,000
Social & Management Sciences
100 Level 400,000
200 Level 400,000
300 Level 500,000
400 Level 500,000
Other fees they pay include;
Registration Fee per Session – N10,000
Development Levy per session – N20,000
Acceptance Fees for Fresh Students – N20,000
Vocational Training Fee per Session (100L & 200L only) – N20,000
Field Trip/Practical Word for Geology, Medical Laboratory Science and Nursing Students Per Session
Accommodation per Bed Space at Permanent Site at
4 Man Room – N80,000
8 Man Room – N45,000
Accommodation per Bed space at Mini Campus
2 Man Room – N70,000
3 Man Room – N60,000
4 Man Room – N50,000
Fees for Returning Students (200 level – 400 level) Tuition 273,100
All payments should be made to CAPITAL CITY UNIVERSITY account. Capital City University is not liable for payment not made into the University account.
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