ATBU School Fees 2023: The tuition fees for Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) vary depending on the faculty of study.
According to the updated school fees schedule for the 2023/2024 academic session, fresh students will pay N50,000, while returning students will pay N33,000.
However, fresh medical students will pay a sum of N40,000 as their acceptance fee, which is non-refundable and mandatory for every newly admitted 100-level student.
The tuition fees for other faculties and departments of the university will range from N69,700 for returning students to N230,000 for fresh foreign students.
These fees cover the cost of tuition, course materials, and other academic expenses.
In addition to tuition fees, ATBU also charges other fees that are necessary for the smooth running of the university.
These fees include a registration fee of N2,250 for both fresh and returning students, an examination fee of N2,500 for all students, and a student ID card fee of N3,000 for fresh students.
There are also fees for sports and information technology, which are N2,250 and N6,500, respectively, for fresh students. These fees are usually paid at the beginning of each academic session and are mandatory for all students.
ATBU offers various payment methods for school fees, including online payment through the Remita platform. Students can also pay their fees at designated banks or through the school’s finance office.
It is important to note that payment deadlines are strictly enforced, and failure to pay fees on time may result in penalties, including the inability to register for courses or sit for examinations.
Therefore, it is essential for students to plan and budget for their school fees accordingly to avoid any inconvenience or financial difficulties.
In conclusion, understanding the breakdown of ATBU school fees is crucial for both fresh and returning students.
By knowing the tuition fees for different faculties, other fees charged by the university, and the payment schedule and methods, students can plan and budget for their academic expenses effectively.