IAUE School Fees Schedule for 2023/2024 Session

 




IAUE School Fees Schedule for 2023/2024 Session


Seeking clarity on the 2023/2024 fee schedule of Ignatius Ajuru University? Unsure about the policy on instalments or keen on understanding the distinction between indigene and non-indigene fees? Dive in, and let's explore these queries together.



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In a recent communication, the Registrar of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rumuolumeni, conveyed some key points regarding the tuition and other related fees for the academic year 2023/2024. This guide elucidates these points to help students understand the fee structure and any policy changes that have been introduced.
πŸ“… Fee Year 2023/2024
πŸ’‘ Policy Update No fee increase from 2022/2023
πŸ’΅ Payment Options 50% in 1st semester, 50% in 2nd
πŸŽ‰ Fresh Students Full fees before matriculation
πŸ“š Indigene Fees B.A/B.ED/B.SC – Varied per year
🌍 Non-Indigene Fees B.A/B.ED/B.SC – Varied per year
πŸ§ͺ Science & Tech Additional charges apply
🎈 Extras Acceptance fee, Medical, etc.

Key Announcements

The Registrar has informed all returning students from Years 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 that there is no fee increment for the 2023/2024 academic year when compared to the 2022/2023 session.
There is a part-payment policy endorsed by the Vice-Chancellor which remains unchanged. Under this, students have the flexibility to split their payment: they can opt to cover 50% of the total fee in the first semester, and the remaining 50% in the second semester. This facilitates an easier fee payment process, especially for those who might find a one-time payment challenging.
However, it’s vital to note that all new admissions, or the fresh students, are required to settle their tuition fees in full before matriculation.
Detailed Fee Breakdown for 2023/2024
Undergraduate Programme Fees: Indigenous vs. Non-indigenous

Ignatius Ajuru University has a transparent fee structure, with clear distinctions between fees for indigenous and non-indigenous students. Here’s a comprehensive breakdown:Development Levy: Indigenous students across all years are charged a flat rate of ₦5,000, while non-indigenous students have varying rates, with Year 1 students paying ₦20,000, and those in subsequent years paying between ₦10,000 to ₦15,000.
Registration: Indigenous students pay a consistent amount of ₦2,000 throughout their course, while non-indigenous students pay ₦15,000 in their first year, with this amount tapering down to ₦10,000 from Year 2 onwards.
Several other fees such as Library, Health Services, Examination, and Certificate Verification have been outlined, with both indigenous and non-indigenous students having their specific charges.
Notably, there is a Total Excluding Sci & Tech fee and an additional Lab A and Lab B – Sci & Tech fee. This is especially crucial for science and technology students to note as they have specific lab fees to cater to.
Additional Charges and Clarity for Fresh Students

Fresh students have a unique set of fees to consider. These include:Acceptance Fee: ₦20,000
Medical Exam: ₦7,500
Chest X-Ray: ₦5,000
Creativity: ₦7,000
And several others, leading to a total of ₦65,500 for these additional charges.

Note: Registration for all students should ideally be completed within 4 weeks post resumption. However, late registration does carry a 50% penalty on the total fees.

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