University of Uyo (UNIUYO) Pre-Degree and Basic Studies School Fees for 2023/2024 Academic Session, The University of Uyo (UNIUYO) has released the official school fees schedule for newly admitted candidates into the pre-degree and Basic Studies programs for the 2023/2024 academic session. This information is specifically for fresh students who are seeking admission into the UNIUYO pre-degree and basics programs.
It is crucial for prospective candidates to carefully review this article to ascertain the school fees payment requirements for fresh part-time students, as well as any additional compulsory levies. The following is a detailed breakdown of the University of Uyo school fees for pre-degree and basics students in all courses offered at UNIUYO’s pre-degree program.
The table below illustrates the fees to be paid at the University of Uyo (UNIUYO), which includes tuition fees, examination fees, utility fees, and other school fees that are mandatory for new students as stipulated by the university’s management.
It is important to note that newly admitted pre-degree and basics students are expected to pay their fees in full before lectures commence. Failure to do so may result in the forfeiture of admission. Additionally, the University of Uyo does not accept installment payments; the fees are to be paid in a lump sum. Please find a breakdown of the UNIUYO pre-degree and basic studies school fees for fresh students in the 2023/2024 academic session below:
UNIUYO Pre-Degree and Basics Studies School Fees Schedule For Fresh Students For the 2023/2024 Academic Session
Attention Newly Admitted Pre-Degree and Basics Students of UNIUYO for the 2023/2024 Academic Session, We would like to inform all newly admitted pre-degree and BASIC students of the University of Uyo (UNIUYO) that the payment of tuition fees for the upcoming 2023/2024 academic session is now open. It is crucial to make the necessary fee payments early to the designated banks as approved by the school management.
Paying your tuition fees on time is essential to secure your place in the pre-degree and basics programs at UNIUYO. By fulfilling this financial obligation promptly, you ensure a smooth registration process and the commencement of your academic journey without any complications.
UNIUYO Pre-Degree and Basics Studies School Fees Schedule For All Courses (Fresh Students only) 2023/2024 Session
|6||Facility Management Fees||6,000|
|8||Biometric Identity card||1,500|
Departmental Dues – N500/semester
UNIUYO Basic Studies School Fees Schedule 2023/2024 Academic Session
|S/no.||Fees||First Semester||Second Semester||Total|
|2||Examination Fees (JUPEB)||35,000||35,000|
|3||Mock JUPEB Fees||5,000||5,000|
|5||Lab/Practical/Field trip Fees (For Science and Geography
|8||Facility Management Fees||3,000||3,000||6,000|
|10||Biometric Identity Card||1,500||1,500|
|Total for all students of Agric. Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Geography||154,000||49,000||203,000|
|Total for all other students||149,000||44,000||193,000|
Please take note of the following important information regarding departmental dues and fees for certain courses at our institution:
1. Departmental Dues: All students are required to pay departmental dues of N500 per semester. This fee is applicable to all departments and should be paid within the stipulated period.
2. Clinical Sciences and Pharmacy Students: Students studying Clinical Sciences and Pharmacy are required to pay an additional fee of N5,000 for each of the five (5) GST (General Studies) courses in their first year. These courses are divided into two (2) courses in the 1st semester and three (3) courses in the 2nd semester.
Please ensure that you adhere to the payment deadlines and fulfill the financial obligations associated with these fees. Failure to pay these dues and fees on time may result in complications with your registration or academic progress.
If you have any further questions or require clarification regarding the departmental dues or fees for specific courses, kindly reach out to the appropriate administrative office or department for guidance.
We appreciate your cooperation in fulfilling these financial obligations and wish you success in your academic pursuits at our institution.
Prospective students should ensure they fulfill the financial obligations by paying the stipulated fees on time to avoid any complications. It is advisable to contact the university’s official channels or visit the institution’s website for further information and clarification regarding the payment process.
We wish all the newly admitted students success as they embark on their academic journey at the University of Uyo (UNIUYO) in the pre-degree and basics programs for the 2023/2024 academic session.
In conclusion, it is essential for all students to take note of the departmental dues and fees associated with their academic programs. The payment of departmental dues, amounting to N500 per semester, is mandatory for all students and should be paid within the specified period.
Furthermore, students in the Clinical Sciences and Pharmacy programs should be aware of an additional fee of N5,000 for each of the five GST courses in their first year. These courses are spread across the 1st and 2nd semesters, with two courses in the 1st semester and three courses in the 2nd semester.
Adhering to the payment deadlines and fulfilling these financial obligations is crucial to ensure a smooth registration process and uninterrupted academic progress. Failure to pay the dues and fees on time may result in complications with your registration or academic activities.
If you have any questions or require clarification regarding the departmental dues or fees for specific courses, it is advisable to contact the appropriate administrative office or department for further guidance.
We appreciate your cooperation in meeting these financial obligations and wish you every success in your academic journey at our institution. By promptly fulfilling these requirements, you are contributing to the smooth functioning of the institution and maximizing your educational experience.