Have you chosen Ebonyi State University (EBSU) as your preferred choice of Institution during the UTME registration or you just want to inquire about EBSU school fees for indigenes and non-indigenes 2021/2022 academic session for new students?
Ebonyi State University popularly known as EBSU has released its school fees schedule for new students 2021/2022 academic session. Students are advised on early payments to avoid extra charges on late payments.
EBSU School Fees Schedule For Fresh Students 2021/2022 Academic Session
All fresh students are advised to pay their tuition fees for 2021/20222 academic session early to the designated banks as approved by the school management.
So to all it may concern, see below, EBSU school fees for both indigenes and non-indigenes 2021/2022 academic session school fees for fresh students only.
Just like many other state universities, EBSU school fees is structured in such a way that it favors the indigenes of the state, that its, candidates who are indigenes of Ebonyi pay almost half of what candidates of what non-indigenes pay. This system applies only in state universities, their federal counterparts require equal payments for all students irrespective of the state the university is sited.
At the end of this post, you stand to gain the following;
A) EBSU School Fees for fresh students indigenes – 2021/2022 academic session
B) EBSU School Fees for freshers non-indigenes – 2021/2022 academic session
C) Ebonyi State University tuition fee for all courses offered in the institution for 2021/2022 admission year.
D) List of Faculties and departments in Ebonyi State University
Important Information For Fresh Students
Kindly be informed that upon gaining admission into Ebonyi state university, acceptance fee is to be paid first. This is a proof of acceptance of the provisional admission from JAMB, failure to pay this fee would amount to forfeiture of admission.
Upon payment of this fee, candidates are rest assured of their admission being secure.
We advice candidates to get this amount ready because there are situations where the notice given to pay up acceptance fee is so short that some students with financial challenges fail to meet up the deadline and thereby, miss out on the admission for that session.
Kindly note that EBSU Acceptance fee for 2021/2022 session is 25,050 for all fresh students, should the management conduct an upward review, we shall update our information immediately.
Also, the acceptance fee is totally different from the school fees. In our comment section many are used to asking if the acceptance fee is included to the school fees? The answer to the question is NO.
Acceptance fee is to be paid differently from school fees. In most cases acceptance fees are paid into a different account from the school fees but what is most important is to pay up your school fees and acceptance fee as and when due to avoid the penalties for defaulters.
See below EBSU school fees for all fresh students (Indigenes and non-indigenes) for 2021/2022 academic session.
EBSU School Fees For Fresh Indigenes And Non-Indigenes 2021/2022 Academic Session
SCHOOL FEES PER SESSION
|EBSU SCHOOL FEES FOR New Students (INDIGENES)||EBSU SCHOOL FEES FOR New Stuents (NON-INDIGENES)|
|Registration||NGN 12,000 (Twelve Thousand Naira Only)||22,000 (Twenty Two Thousand Naira|
|School Fees||NGN88,000 (Eighty Eight thousand naira only)||NGN128,000 (One hundred and twenty eight thousand naira only)|
|TOTAL FEE||N100,000 (One hundred Thousand Naira Only)||N150,000 (One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira Only)|
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